In the last 15 years the FRIBs@LNS facility has successfully produced Radioactive Ion Beams using the In-Flight technique. We report on the current status and future perspectives opened by FRAISE, a new fragment separator that will be build in connection with the upgrade of Superconducting Cyclotron of the INFN-LNS laboratories.

Status and Perspectives of the INFN-LNS In-Flight Fragment Separator

Russotto, P.;Calabretta, L.;Cosentino, G.;Gnoffo, B.;La Cognata, M.;Martorana, N. S.;Pagano, E. V.;Pizzone, R. G.;Quattrocchi, L.;Romano, S.;Russo, A. D.;
2018-01-01

Abstract

In the last 15 years the FRIBs@LNS facility has successfully produced Radioactive Ion Beams using the In-Flight technique. We report on the current status and future perspectives opened by FRAISE, a new fragment separator that will be build in connection with the upgrade of Superconducting Cyclotron of the INFN-LNS laboratories.
2018
Physics and Astronomy (all)
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