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UNLABELLED Scintillation cameras with options for detecting positron annihilation quanta in the coincidence acquisition mode may be the most innovative diagnostic devices introduced in nuclear medicine during the last few years. Besides conventional low-energy imaging in the collimated single-photon mode, these options offer a relatively inexpensive… (More)
The caloric curve of the highly excited projectile spectators emerging from peripheral collisions of two Au-nuclei at 600 AMeV was determined by measuring fragments and neutrons of its decay. This analysis will be reviewed and preliminary results obtained from the decay also of the target spectator will be presented.
Multi-fragment decays of and U targets at energies between E/A = 400 MeV and 1000 MeV have been studied with the ALADIN forward-spectrometer at SIS. By adding an array of 84 Si-CsI(Tl) telescopes the solid-angle coverage of the setup was extended to θ lab = 16 •. This permitted the complete detection of fragments from the projectile-spectator source. The… (More)
Breakup temperatures in central collisions of 197 Au + 197 Au at bombarding energies E/A = 50 to 200 MeV were determined with two methods. Isotope temperatures, deduced from double ratios of hydrogen, helium, and lithium isotopic yields, increase monotonically with bombarding energy from 5 MeV to 12 MeV, in qualitative agreement with a scenario of chemical… (More)