70Zn, 64Zn and 64Ni at 35MeV/nucleon; 70Zn, 64Zn and 64Ni

The experiment by L. May consisted of two main parts. The first campaign occurred in July 2009 for the doctoral thesis of Z. Kohley and involved the reaction of 70Zn, 64Zn and 64Ni at 35 MeV/nucleon on stationary targets of 70Zn, 64Zn and 64Ni, respectively. The second campaign was conducted in April-November of 2010 and consisted of 35 MeV/u beams on stationary targets for the four following reactions: 70Zn on 64Zn, 64Zn on 70Zn, 64Zn on 64Ni, and 64Ni on 64Zn. The NIMROD-ISiS (Neutron-Ion Multidetector for Reaction Oriented Dynamics with Indiana Silicon Sphere) 4π charged particle detector array coupled with the TAMU Neutron Ball at the Texas A&M University Cyclotron Institute was used during this experiment. Calibration beams were taken as a part of both campaigns and were selected to give a large variety of known energy points in the largest portion of detectors possible.