Precision Penning trap mass measurements of rare isotopes produced by projectile fragmentation Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • The low-energy beam and ion trap facility LEBIT at NSCL/MSU is at present the only facility where precision experiments are performed with stopped rare isotope beams produced by fast-beam fragmentation. LEBIT combines high-pressure-gas stopping with advanced ion manipulation techniques to provide brilliant low-energy beams. So far these beams have mainly been used for mass measurements on short-lived rare isotopes with a 9. 4T Penning trap mass spectrometer. Recent examples include 70mBr, located at the proton dripline, 32Si and the iron isotopes 63-65Fe. While the measurement of 32Si helps to solve a long-standing dispute over the validity of the isobaric multiplet mass equation (IMME) for the A = 32, T = 2 multiplet, the mass measurements of 65m,gFe marked the first time a nuclear isomeric state has been discovered by Penning trap mass spectrometry. Societ Italiana di Fisica / Springer-Verlag 2009.

published proceedings

  • EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL A

author list (cited authors)

  • Schwarz, S., Block, M., Bollen, G., Campbell, C. M., Facina, M., Ferrer, R., ... Schury, P. H.

citation count

  • 2

complete list of authors

  • Schwarz, S||Block, M||Bollen, G||Campbell, CM||Facina, M||Ferrer, R||Folden, CMIII||Kwiatkowski, AA||Morrissey, DJ||Pang, GK||Prinke, AM||Ringle, RJ||Savory, J||Schury, PH

publication date

  • May 2009