- Conference date: 25–29 August 2008
- Location: Cologne (Germany)
We report on an experiment using Coulomb excitation in inverse kinematics in combination with the plunger technique for measuring lifetimes of excited states of the projectiles. Aside from the investigation of E(5) features in the aim was to explore the special features of such experiments which are also suited to be used with radioactive beams. The measurement was performed at the JYFL with the Köln coincidence plunger device and the JUROGAM spectrometer using a beam impinging on a target at a beam energy of 525 MeV. Recoils were detected by means of 32 solar cells placed at extreme forward angles. Particle‐gated γ‐singles and ‐coincidences were measured at different target‐degrader distances. Details of the experiment and first results are presented.
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