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1H + 18O, EE/A=43 MeV
E. Khan, Y. Blumenfeld, Nguyen Van Giai, T. Suomijarvi, N. Alamanos, F. Auger, G. Colo, N. Frascaria, A. Gillibert, T. Glasmacher, M. Godwin, K.W. Kemper, V. Lapoux, I. Lhenry, F. Marechal, D.J. Morrissey, A. Musumarra, N.A. Orr, S. Ottini-Hustache, P. Piattelli, E.C. Pollacco, P. Roussel-Chomaz, J.C. Roynette, D. Santonocito, J.E. Sauvestre, J.A. Scarpaci, C. Volpe, Physics Letters, B490 (2000) 45-52
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Beam quality: The final intensities on target of the 43 MeV/A 18O and 20O beams were 2.7*104 and 5*103 pps with purities of 98% and 95%, respectively. Target: A 2.3 mg/cm2 polypropylene (CH2)n target. Data obtained: author graph (digitized with GSYS 2.4)The secondary beams were produced by fragmentation of a 77 MeV/A 40Ar18+ primary beam delivered by the GANIL facility with an intensity of 2 eµA on a 362 mg/cm212C target.