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CALIFA, a Dedicated Calorimeter for the (RB)-B-3/FAIR

Cortina-Gil, D. ; Alvarez-Pol, H. ; Auman, T. ; Avdeichikov, V. ; Bendel, M. ; Benlliure, J. ; Bertini, D. ; Bezbakh, A. ; Bloch, T. and Boehmer, M. , et al. (2014) In Nuclear Data Sheets 120. p.99-101
Abstract
The (RB)-B-3 experiment (Reactions with Relativistic Radioactive Beams) at FAIR (Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research) is a versatile setup dedicated to the study of reactions induced by high-energy radioactive beams. It will provide kinematically complete measurements with high efficiency, acceptance and resolution, making possible a broad physics program with rare-isotopes. CALIFA (CALorimeter for In-Flight detection of gamma-rays and high energy charged pArticles), is a complex detector based on scintillation crystals, that will surround the target of the (RB)-B-3 experiment. CALIFA will act as a total absorption gamma-calorimeter and spectrometer, as well as identifier of charged particles from target residues. This versatility is... (More)
The (RB)-B-3 experiment (Reactions with Relativistic Radioactive Beams) at FAIR (Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research) is a versatile setup dedicated to the study of reactions induced by high-energy radioactive beams. It will provide kinematically complete measurements with high efficiency, acceptance and resolution, making possible a broad physics program with rare-isotopes. CALIFA (CALorimeter for In-Flight detection of gamma-rays and high energy charged pArticles), is a complex detector based on scintillation crystals, that will surround the target of the (RB)-B-3 experiment. CALIFA will act as a total absorption gamma-calorimeter and spectrometer, as well as identifier of charged particles from target residues. This versatility is its most challenging requirement, demanding a huge dynamic range, to cover from low energy gamma-rays up to 300 MeV protons. This fact, along with the high-energy of the beams determine the conceptual design of the detector, presented in this paper, together with the technical solutions proposed for its construction. (Less)
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  author       = {Cortina-Gil, D. and Alvarez-Pol, H. and Auman, T. and Avdeichikov, V. and Bendel, M. and Benlliure, J. and Bertini, D. and Bezbakh, A. and Bloch, T. and Boehmer, M. and Borge, M. J. G. and Briz, J. A. and Cabanelas, P. and Casarejos, E. and Gallardo, M. Carmona and Cederkäll, Joakim and Chulkov, L. and Dierigl, M. and Di Julio, D. and Duran, I. and Fiori, E. and Gonzalez, D. and Gorshkov, A. and Heinz, A. and Hei, M. and Henning, W. and Ickert, G. and Ignatov, A. and Jakobsson, B. and Johansson, H. T. and Kroell, Th and Kruecken, R. and Krupko, S. and Kurz, N. and Le Bleis, T. and Loeher, B. and Nacher, E. and Nilsson, T. and Parrilla, C. and Perea, A. and Pietralla, N. and Pietras, B. and Reifarth, R. and del Rio, J. Sanchez and Savran, D. and Sidorchuk, S. and Simon, H. and Schnorrenberger, L. and Tengblad, O. and Teubig, P. and Thies, R. and Vilan, J. A. and von Schmid, M. and Winkel, M. and Winkler, S. and Wamers, F. and Yanez, P.},
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  title        = {CALIFA, a Dedicated Calorimeter for the (RB)-B-3/FAIR},
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