The SAMURAI Facility at RIBF
- Takashi Nakamura, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Thursday, March 21, 11:00 AM - Research Discussion
NSCL Lecture Hall
The SAMURAI facility, which is equipped with the 3T superconducting magnet with the 80 cm gap, charged particle detectors, and the large-acceptance neutron detector array (NEBULA), offers rich opportunities for exploring the exotic structures of unstable nuclei. For instance, the invariant spectroscopy of nuclei near or beyond the neutron dripline is one of the main subjects. Some of the technical details of the facility, and commissioning experiments using the proton and some neutron rich nuclei from 18O are shown and discussed.