The GRIFFIN facility for Decay-Spectroscopy studies at TRIUMF-ISAC

  title={The GRIFFIN facility for Decay-Spectroscopy studies at TRIUMF-ISAC},
  author={A. B. Garnsworthy and C. E. Svensson and Michael Bowry and Ryan Dunlop and A. D. MacLean and B. Olaizola and J. Smith and Fadhil A. Ali and C. Andreoiu and J. Ash and W. H. Ashfield and Gordon C. Ball and Tyler Ballast and Chad Bartlett and Zachary Beadle and P. C. Bender and Nikita Bernier and S. S. Bhattacharjee and H. Bidaman and Vinzenz Bildstein and Daryl Bishop and Paula Boubel and Ryan Braid and D. Brennan and Thomas Bruhn and C Burbadge and A. Cheeseman and Aaron Chester and R. M. Churchman and S. Ciccone and R. Caballero-Folch and David Spencer Cross and S. Cruz and B. Davids and Alejandra Diaz Varela and Iris Dillmann and Michelle Dunlop and Lee J. Evitts and F. H. Garcia and Paul Edward Garrett and S. Georges and S. A. Gillespie and Rajesh Gudapati and Greg Hackman and Baharak Hadinia and Sam Hallam and Jack Henderson and S. V. Ilyushkin and Badamsambuu Jigmeddorj and A. I. Kilic and Dylan Perry Kisliuk and R. Kokke and K. Kuhn and Reiner Kruecken and Masamichi Kuwabara and A.T. Laffoley and R. Lafleur and K. G. Leach and J. R. Leslie and Yair Linn and C. Lim and Elizabeth Laurel MacConnachie and A. R. Mathews and Erin McGee and J. Measures and D. Miller and William J. Mills and W. Moore and D. Morris and L. Morrison and Mohamad Moukaddam and C R Natzke and Kai Ortner and E. Padilla-Rodal and Owen Paetkau and J. Park and H. P. Patel and Christopher John Pearson and E. E. Peters and E. E. Peters and Jennifer L Pore and Allison Radich and Mustafa M. Rajabali and Evan T. Rand and K. Raymond and Usman Rizwan and Pekka Ruotsalainen and Y. Saito and F. Sarazin and B. Shaw and James W Smallcombe and D. Southall and Krzysztof Starosta and M. Ticu and Ekaterina Timakova and J. Turko and R. N. Umashankar and C. Unsworth and Z. M. Wang and K. A. Whitmore and S. Wong and Steven W. Yates and E. F. Zganjar and Tammy Zidar},
  journal={Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment},
  • A. GarnsworthyC. Svensson T. Zidar
  • Published 18 September 2018
  • Physics
  • Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment

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