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The Brazilian Bragg curve detector built for AMS studies
A Bragg curve detector (BCD) has been designed and built to be used for AMS purposes. Its design is described and its performance, obtained in tests at the Australian National University (ANU), isExpand
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Excitation of giant resonances in 208Pb, 120Sn, 90Zr and 60Ni by 84 MeV/nucleon 17O ions
Abstract Elastic and inelastic scattering of 1435 MeV 17O ions on 208Pb, 120Sn, 90Zr and 60Ni have been measured. Hindrance in the excitation of the first 3− states is observed. Parameters of theExpand
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External PIGE-PIXE measurements at the São Paulo 8UD tandem accelerator
Abstract An external PIGE–PIXE setup was installed on a beam line of the 8 MV tandem Pelletron accelerator of the Open Nuclear Physics Laboratory (LAFN). Proton beam energy was chosen in the 8–12 MeVExpand
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Complete fusion of light radioactive nuclei is predicted to be hindered at near-barrier energies. This feature is investigated in the case of the least bound stable nuclei. Evaporation residuesExpand
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Current status of the Brazilian AMS program
The status and the near future plans for the Brazilian AMS program are described. The 8 MV Tandem accelerator at the University of Sao Paulo (USP) is ready to measure standard AMS samples. A recentlyExpand
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No evidence of break-up effects on the fusion of 9Be with medium-light nuclei
Abstract Fusion cross sections were measured for the 9 Be + 27 Al and 19 F + 9 Be , 12C systems, at energies above the Coulomb barrier, in order to investigate the possible effect of fusion hindranceExpand
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Projectile breakup dynamics for 6 Li + 59 Co: Kinematical analysis of α-d coincidences
A study of the kinematics of the α-d coincidences in the 6 Li + 59 Co system at a bombarding energy of Elab =2 9 .6 MeV is presented. With exclusive measurements performed over different angu- larExpand
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