- Conference date: 25–29 August 2008
- Location: Cologne (Germany)
Recently, an Orange spectrometer, a focusing iron‐free magnetic spectrometer, has been installed at a beam line of the 10 MV Tandem accelerator of the IKP of the University of Cologne. The high efficiency of 15% of 4π for the detection of conversion electrons and the energy resolution of 1% makes the Orange spectrometer a powerful instrument. From the conversion electron spectrum, transition multipolarities can be determined using the so called K to L ratio. In combination with an array of germanium and lanthanum bromide detectors, ‐coincidences can be performed to investigate the level scheme. Moreover, the very fast lanthanum bromide scintillator with an energy resolution of 3% allows lifetime measurements down to 0.3 ns. A second Orange spectrometer can be added to build the Double Orange Spectrometer for ‐coincidences. It is indispensable for lifetime measurements of low intensity or nearby lying transitions as often occur in odd‐A and odd‐odd nuclei. The capabilities are illustrated with several examples.
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