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ENERGY DEGRADER TECHNIQUE FOR LIGHT-CHARGED PARTICLE SPECTROSCOPY AT LOHENGRIN
Seminar on Fission
The recoil mass-separator LOHENGRIN at Institute Laue-Langevin was originally designed for the spectrometry of binary fission fragments. Nevertheless, it was also used in the past for measuring light-charged particles from ternary fission. However, due to the electric field settings the energy distribution of the lightest particles was not completely accessible, which made the determination of mean kinetic energies, widths and, hence, emission yields difficult. In this paper we present andoi:10.1142/9789812791061_0009 fatcat:tneh22ddtven5mcbygm66v5rh4