Instrumentation for Heavy Ion Nuclear Research

Instrumentation for Heavy Ion Nuclear Research

by Dan Shapira

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Reflecting the recent innovations in heavy ion detection systems, this volume presents the state of the art in these systems and discusses plans and techniques for new instrumentation to explore the newest frontier of heavy ion science - relativistic heavy ions. Topics covered include low mass detectors, the GSI magnetic spectrometer, the Berkeley high resolution ball and detectors for high energy heavy ion colliders.

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ISBN-13: 9781000674453
Publisher: CRC Press
Publication date: 03/09/2020
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 418
File size: 20 MB
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About the Author

Dan Shapira

Table of Contents

In Memoriam, Preface to the Series, Preface, The ORNL Supersonic Gas Jet Target, A New Focal Plane Detector System for the Broad Range Spectrometer, Gas Filled Ionization Chamber, A Bragg Curve Spectrometer for a Multi Detector Array, Low Mass Detectors, Plastic Scintillator Detectors for the Study of Transfer and Breakup Reactions at Intermediate Energies, Properties of Large BaF2 Crystals. Application as Fast and Efficient Gamma-Ray Detector in the Air - y Crystal Castle Array, The GSI Magnetic Spectrometer, The MSU Recoil Mass Spectrometer, Secondary Beams at GANIL, On Line Isotope Separators at Chalk River and Elsewhere, TESSA — Its Present Status and Future Development, The Berkeley High Resolution Ball, The GSI - LBL Plastic Ball/Wall Spectrometer, The Hiss Spectrometer, Report on the 1984 LBL Workshop on Detectors for Relativistic Nuclear Collision, Experiments and Detectors for High Energy Heavy Ion Colliders, Detection of Photons and Leptons in High Energy Nuclear Collisions, Conference Participants, Author Index

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