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Using Gamma-Ray Imaging to Measure Nuclear Lifetimes in the GRETINA Detector

@inproceedings{Crabbs2021UsingGI,
  title={Using Gamma-Ray Imaging to Measure Nuclear Lifetimes in the GRETINA Detector},
  author={Robert F. Crabbs and I.-Y. Lee and Kai Vetter},
  year={2021}
}
GRETA, the Gamma-Ray Energy Tracking Array, is an array of highly-segmented HPGe detectors designed to track γ-rays emitted in beam-physics experiments. Its high detection efficiency and state-ofthe-art position resolution make it well-suited for imaging applications. In this paper, we use simulated imaging data to illustrate how imaging can be applied to nuclear lifetime measurments. This approach can offer multiple benefits over traditional lifetime techniques such as RDM. 

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