24Mg, 40Ca, 40Ar, 48Ca at 32A MeV + 112Sn and 124Sn and 40Ca, 40Ar, 48Ca at 45A MeV + 112Sn and 124Sn

Performed by A. Keksis, As of this writing systematic measurements with stable beams of 40Ca, 40Ar and 48Ca at 32 and 45 MeV/u are underway. Then using the Superconducting Solenoid Rare Isotope Beam Line [8] rare ion beams such as 40Sc, 40Cl and possibly 40S will be produced and identified with TOF techniques. Rare ion beams allow for greater isospin asymmetric nuclei to be studied, which is one area that is of great interest since a plethora of beams will be available when RIA, the Rare Isotope Accelerator, comes online early next decade.


Isospin Dependence of Quasiprojectile Fragmentation using Mass 40 Isobars on 112, 124Sn Using FAUST

Multifragmentation and Isospin Dependence of Reaction Mechanism at Intermediate Energy

Isospin Non-equilibration.

Isospin Asymmetry of Reaction Products Originating from Projectile-target Systems with Different N/Z

Study of Isospin Effects in Multifragmentation of Hot Nuclei at Forward Angles Using Inverse Kinematics

Projectile Fragmentation of Mass 40 Isobars Using FAUST

Neutron-Rich Rare Isotope Production Around the Fermi Energy.

Study of IMF Sources in Reaction 114Sn + 28Si at Projectile Energy 28 MeV/u