Determination of the angular distribution of evaporation residues following transmission through the superconducting solenoidal separator SOLITAIRE
Department of Nuclear Physics, RSPE, Australian National University, ACT 0200, Australia
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A highly efficient superconducting solenoidal fusion product separator has been developed at the Australian National University in order to enable separation and detection of evaporation residues following heavy-ion collisions. The determination of absolute fusion cross-sections requires an accurate knowledge of the transmission efficiency of evaporation residues through the superconducting solenoid, which in turn depends on the angular distribution of evaporation residues exiting the target. Two methods have been developed to extract the angular distributions using the radial distribution and the velocity distribution of the evaporation residues exiting the solenoid. The angular distributions are compared with existing direct measurements of evaporation residue angular distributions.
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