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17F + 208Pb, Elab=86 MeV
C. Signorini, D. Pierroutsakou, B. Martin, M. Mazzocco, T. Glodariu, R. Bonetti, A. Guglielmetti, M. La Commara, M. Romoli, M. Sandoli, E. Vardaci, H. Esbensen, F. Farinon, P. Molini, C. Parascandolo, F. Soramel, S. Sidortchuk, and L. Stroe, European Physical Journal, A44 (2010) 63-69
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Beam quality: The 17F secondary beam produced had an intensity of ~ 106 pps, an energy of 86 ± 1MeV and a purity > 99%. Target: A self-supporting 1.0 mg/cm2 thick 208Pb target, whose enrichment was larger than 95%. Data obtained: author graph (digitized with GSYS 2.4)The measurements were performed at the XTU Tandem Van de Graaf accelerator of the INFN-LNL using the EXOTIC facility for the in-flight production of radioactive nuclear beams. The 17F beam was produced via the inverse kinematics reaction 1H(17O,17F)n with 60 pnA 17O7+ primary beam of Elab = 104MeV impinging onto a gas target filled with pure 1H2 at a pressure of 800 mb and at room temperature, corresponding to a thickness of 0.323mg/cm2.