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The first reorientation-effect Coulomb-excitation experiment has been performed at iThemba LABS by bombarding 40 Ar beams on a heavy 208 Pb target at a "safe" energy of E lab =143.2 MeV. The goal was to determine, the spectroscopic quadrupole moment, Q S , of the first excita-tion 2 + 1 at 1.461 MeV in 40 Ar at "safe" energies. The scattered particles were detected at backward angles using a double-sided CD-type S3 silicon detector, composed of 24 rings and 32 sectors for angular distributionfatcat:bh6nnczuvrezhnf2ny462egjay