Two-neutron interferometry measurements

Jan Pluta , G. Bizard , P Désesquelles , A. Długosz , O. Dorvaux , Przemysław Duda , D. Durand , B. Erazmus , F. Hanappe , B. Jakobsson , C. Lebrun , F.R. Lecolley , R. Lednicky , P. Leszczyński , K. Mikhailov , K. Miller , B. Noren , Tomasz Pawlak , M. Przewłocki , Ö. Skeppstedt , A. Stavinsky , L. Stuttgé , B. Tamain , Krystyna Wosińska

Abstract

The results of analysis of two-neutron correlations in the region of small relative velocities are presented. The influence of spurious correlations on the form of correlation function is considered in detail. Data analysis and computer simulations were performed for a specific detector configuration with close angular position and different distances between the target and detector modules. The features of different methods of cross-talk elimination are examined. The proposed method is verified and the first results of cross-talk free correlation functions are presented for the ArAu reaction at 60 MeVu measured with the DEMON detector at GANIL.
Author Jan Pluta ZFJ
Jan Pluta,,
- Nuclear Physics Division
, G. Bizard
G. Bizard,,
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, P Désesquelles
P Désesquelles,,
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, A. Długosz
A. Długosz,,
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, O. Dorvaux
O. Dorvaux,,
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, Przemysław Duda ZFJ
Przemysław Duda,,
- Nuclear Physics Division
, D. Durand
D. Durand,,
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, B. Erazmus
B. Erazmus,,
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, F. Hanappe
F. Hanappe,,
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, B. Jakobsson
B. Jakobsson,,
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Journal seriesNuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section A Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, ISSN 0168-9002
Issue year1998
Vol411
No2–3
Pages417-429
Keywords in EnglishCoincidence measurement, Correlation function, Cross-talk, heavy-ion collisions, Neutron detector, Nuclear interferometry
DOIDOI:10.1016/S0168-9002(98)00306-4
URL http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0168900298003064
Score (nominal)25
Publication indicators WoS Impact Factor [Impact Factor WoS]: 2006 = 1.185 (2) - 2007=1.189 (5)
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