Romoli, M. and Vardaci, E. and Anastasio, A. and Boiano, C. and Bonetti, R. and Cassese, F. and Corti, D. and D'Aquino, B. and DeRosa, A. and Di Meo, P. and Energico, S. and Farinon, F. and Glodariu, T. and Guglielmetti, A. and Inglima, G. and La Commara, M. and Manea, C. and Martin, B. and Masone, V. and Mazzocchi, C. and Mazzocco, M. and Mizoi, Y. and Nicoletto, M. and Parascandolo, L. and Parascandolo, P. and Pierroutsakou, D. and Pontoriere, G. and Randazzo, Nunzio and Roscilli, L. and Sandoli, M. and Signorini, C. and Sipala, Valeria and Soramel, F. and Stroe, L and Valentino, M and Watanabe, Y. (2008) EXPADES: a new detection system for charged particles in experiments with RIBs. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research. Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms, Vol. 266 (19–20), p. 4637-4642. ISSN 0168-583X. eISSN 1872-9584. Article.
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A new detection apparatus, named EXPADES (EXotic PArticle DEtection System), has been expressly designed to be used in nuclear physics experiments involving exotic beams and devoted to the study of nuclear reactions (scattering, direct reactions, breakup ...) at energies around the Coulomb barrier. It consists of double-side segmented silicon detectors arranged in a compact configuration around the target. A very large solid angle, a wide angular range, high granularity and a highly miniaturized readout electronics, based on a new production commercial ASIC chipset, are the main features of the system.
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