Publications in Scientific Journals:
F. Gunsing, E. Jericha, H. Leeb, C. Weiß, -. nTOF Collaboration et al.:
"The Neutron Time‐Of‐Flight Facility n_TOF At CERN: Phase II";
AIP Conference Proceedings,
Neutron‐induced reactions are studied at the neutron time‐of‐flight facility n_TOF at CERN. The facility uses 6 ns wide pulses of 20 GeV/c protons impinging on a lead spallation target. The large neutron energy range and the high instantaneous neutron flux combined with high resolution are among the key characteristics of the facility. After a first phase of data taking during the period 2001-2004, the facility has been refurbished with an upgraded spallation target and cooling system for a second phase of data taking which started in 2009. Since 2010, the experimental area at 185 m where the neutron beam arrives, has been modified into a worksector of type A, allowing the extension of the physics program to include neutron‐induced reactions on radioactive isotopes.
Protons and neutrons; Sources of radioactive nuclei; Ionization potentials, electron affinities, molecular core binding energy; Binding energies and masses; Calorimeters
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