Commissioning of the BRIKEN detector for the measurement of very exotic ß-delayed neutron emitters
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A new detection system has been installed at the RIKEN Nishina Center (Japan) to investigate decay properties of very neutron-richnuclei. The setup consists of three main parts: a moderated neutron counter, a detection system sensitive to the implantation anddecay of radioactive ions, and γ-ray detectors. We describe here the setup, the commissioning experiment and some selected resultsdemonstrating its performance for the measurement of half-lives andβ-delayed neutron emission probabilities. The methodologyfollowed in the analysis of the data is described in detail. Particular emphasis is placed on the correction of the accidental neutronbackground.
CitationTolosa-Delgado, A. [et al.]. Commissioning of the BRIKEN detector for the measurement of very exotic ß-delayed neutron emitters. "Nuclear instruments and methods in physics research. Section A, accelerators SP", 1 Maig 2019, vol. 925, núm. May, p. 133-147.
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