Nuclear Studies with the Fast On-line Chemical Separation System SISAK
Journal article, 1986

A survey is given on the development of the Z-separator SISAK, which continuously isolates nuclides with half-life down to ~ 1 s according to their atomic number. The separation equipment is described, as well as the connection to gas jet recoil transportation systems and the data acquisition and evaluation systems used. The use of the SISAK technique is exemplified by results obtained for neutron-rich nuclei in the mass regions A ~ 150, A ~ 110 and A ~ 245. Other applications of the technique are also briefly discussed.


Gunnar Skarnemark

Department of Nuclear Chemistry

Phys. Scripta

34 597-

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