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Heavy Ion Laboratory Warsaw University Eryk Piasecki
Cyclotron K=160 (up to 400 MeV of 40 Ar) Ion source: ECR, 10 GHz Extraction: stripping
Delivered beams Ion Ion Energy [MeV] Extracted current [pnA] 10 B B C N O F Ne Ne ~10 32 S Ar (with new ECR source other beams will be avail- able soon)
Experimental facilities in HIL ICARE Janosik OsirisIICudac Wigisol Syrena Charged particles multidetector system ICARE Irradiation chamber with water cooling Low background lead shielded HPGe counters GDR multidetector system JANOSIK γ-ray multidetector system OSIRIS II Scandinavian type on-line mass separ- ator WIGISOL General purpose scattering chambers CUDAC and SYRENA
ICARE in WARSAW Identificateur de Charges A Rendement Eleve Reaction chamber (Φ1.0x0.7m) 48 telescopes for charged particles detection & identification: 8 tel.: ΔE(gas) + 500μ E(Si) 24 tel.: 40μ ΔE(Si) + 2.5cm E(CsI) 16 tel.: 40μ ΔE(Si) + 300μ ΔE(Si) + 2.5cm E(CsI) Electronics Data Acquisition System The gas system with remote control The vaccuum system ToF possibilities – very soon
Osiris II Up to 12HP Ge spectro- meters with anticompton shields BGO gamma ray multipli- city filter Si –Ball for light charged particle detection Internal conversion β spectrometer 4 sector HPGe polarime- ter CUP – veto detector for light charged particles PiN-diode chamber for scattered heavy ion dete- ction
GDR multidetector system JANOSIK Movable high energy gamma ray detector: high volume NaI(Tl) crystal surrounded by an active plastic shield, passive LiH and thick lead shields Multiplicity filter: 32 small scintillator dete- ctors (12 BaF 2 and 20 Na(Tl)) 16 silicon telescopes for light charged partic- les.
WIGISOL (Warsaw Ion Guide Separator On-Line) Mass separation: - acceleration voltage 40KV - analyzing magnet 55 deg. - mass resolution Detection setup: - tape station - advanced time delay sys- tem ( β-γ-γ : Ge, Si(Li), BaF 2 detectors + digital electro- nics) - mini-orange spectrometer Si det. #1 Si det. #2 beam
Typical activities of the research groups at HIL GDR studies γ-γ in-beam spectroscopy Life time measurements (e.g. with DSA method) Multiple Coulomb excitation studies On-line β internal conversion spectroscopy Reactions with light ions Fusion barrier height distribution studies Biological interactions of high LET radiation studies Irradiations of solid state materials with heavy ions Semiconductor detectors development and tests
About hours of beam-on-target time in 2006 was used by internatio- nal users. All projects performed at HIL are evaluated by international Program Advisory Committee.
Other facilities Heavy Ion Laboratory supports experimental groups with: a mechanical workshop an electronic workshop a data acquisition service a laboratory for HPGe detector annealing process. In Heavy Ion Laboratory there are available: 10 guest rooms with a kitchen and a meeting room a conference room for 120 persons.
WARS (Warsaw Array for γ-Ray Spectroscopy) Up to 32 Ge detectors 60 BaF 2 Inner Ball Si – Ball for light charged particle detection HI detection system (PiN- diode chamber) Internal conversion electrons spectrometer CUP – veto detector for light charged particles Plunger More: