Toward the drip lines and the superheavy island of stability with the Super Separator Spectrometer S3

@article{Dchery2015TowardTD,
  title={Toward the drip lines and the superheavy island of stability with the Super Separator Spectrometer S3},
  author={F. D{\'e}chery and A. Drouart and Herv{\'e} Savajols and J. Nolen and M. Authier and A. M. Amthor and D. Boutin and O. Delferri{\'e}re and B. Gall and A. Hue and B. Laune and F. Le Blanc and S. Manikonda and Jacques Payet and M. -H. Stodel and E. Traykov and Didier Uriot},
  journal={The European Physical Journal A},
  year={2015},
  volume={51},
  pages={1-16}
}
The Super Separator Spectrometer S3 is a major experimental system developed for SPIRAL2. It has been designed for physics experiments with very low cross sections by taking full advantage of the very high intensity stable beams to be produced by LINAG, the superconducting linear accelerator at GANIL. These intensities will open new opportunities in several physics domains using fusion evaporation reactions, principally: super-heavy and very heavy element properties, spectroscopy at and beyond… CONTINUE READING

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