- Conference date: 2-6 July 2001
- Location: Prague (Czech Republic)
The first experiment in Λ-hypernuclear spectroscopy using the high-precision electron beam at Jefferson laboratory (JLab) has been carried out. The hypernuclear spectrometer system (HNSS) was used to measure spectra from the reaction with sub-1-MeV resolution, the best energy resolution obtained thus far in hypernuclear spectroscopy with magnetic spectrometers. This paper describes the HNSS and the preliminary results for the system. The experimental spectrum is consistent with the expected strong spin-flip excitations of unnatural parity states. A program of hypernuclear physics experiments is planned for the future with much higher yield and even better energy resolution.
- Electron spectroscopy
- Laboratory procedures
- Electron beams
- Electroproduction reactions
- Excited state reaction dynamics
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