The study of nuclei far from stability increasingly relies on measurements performed at exotic beam facilities. Direct reactions with exotic beams are a powerful tool to probe the single-particle degree of freedom of nuclear systems far from stability. However, the low intensity of exotic beams requires thick light targets to achieve the necessary luminosity. We present the project CTADIR, which aims at building a cryogenic 3,4He target to be employed at the SPES exotic beam facility at Laboratori Nazionali di Legnaro.

The Cryogenic TArgets for DIrect Reactions (CTADIR) project

Lombardo I.;
2022-01-01

Abstract

The study of nuclei far from stability increasingly relies on measurements performed at exotic beam facilities. Direct reactions with exotic beams are a powerful tool to probe the single-particle degree of freedom of nuclear systems far from stability. However, the low intensity of exotic beams requires thick light targets to achieve the necessary luminosity. We present the project CTADIR, which aims at building a cryogenic 3,4He target to be employed at the SPES exotic beam facility at Laboratori Nazionali di Legnaro.
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