The 88" Cyclotron in Berkeley was closed as user facility by DOE at the end of 2003.
The nuclear physics community at large lost an unique opportunity for experiments with high energy heavy ion beams.
The first 2+ states in Nd isotopes were measured earlier at the Yale tandem.
At the 88" Cyclotron in Berkeley at energies of about 600 MeV the first 2+ and 4+ states were measured.
Jul. 1998 runs 57 to 77
Feb. 1999 runs 84 to 130
Physics Letters B, Volume 493, Issues 1-2, 9 November 2000, Pages7-11
- Aug. 1999 runs 1 to 59
Phys.Rev. C 64,024314 (2001)
- In Aug. 2003 the radioactive Krypton isotope 76 was produced at the 88" cyclotron using the reaction 74Se(alpha,2n)76Kr, extracted, and in a procedure called re-cyclotron method accelerated to 230 MeV.
Results were reported at the DNP meeting in Oct. 2003 in Tucson, Arizona.
BAPSA6 Series II, Vol. 48,No.8 (BF 10, CF 3, 8P 28).
Physics Letters B, Volume 591, Issues 3-4, 8 July 2004, Pages 213-219
- Feb. 2000 runs 1 to 50
- Phys.Rev. C 65,024316 (2002)
- In Aug. 2003 the g-factor of the rare 46Ca isotope was measured.
- Physics Letters B, Volume 605, Issues3-4, 13 January 2005, Pages 265-272
The 42,44Ca isotopes were measured earlier at Yale.
Titanium - 46
- In Dec. 2003 the known g-factor of the 46Ti isotope was remeasured with the target used for 46Ca to calibrate the field.
Argon - 40
- In Dec. 2003 the g-factor of the 40Ar was measured with the target used for 46Ca.
Phys. Rev. C 72, 014309 (2005)
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