21-25 March 2022
Salon de actos del IATA
Europe/Madrid timezone

Collinear Laser Spectroscopy and Fluorescence Detection

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Salon de actos del IATA

Salon de actos del IATA

Carrer del Catedràtic Agustín Escardino Benlloch, 7, 46980 Paterna, Valencia


Laura Renth (Institut für Kernphysik TU Darmstadt)


Collinear laser spectroscopy provides access to many nuclear properties such as isotopic shifts of the nuclear mean square charge radii, spins, nuclear magnetic moments and electric quadrupole moments. As measurements are carried out on a small time scale, this method is well suited for the investigation of isotopes far from stability.
The development of many different techniques used in collinear laser spectroscopy has led to very small line widths of measured resonances (several 10MHz [1]). As these developments are always on going, additionally to the basic method new ideas for the fluorescence detection region of collinear laser spectroscopy apparatuses are presented and discussed.

[1] R Neugart et al 2017 J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 44 064002

Primary authors

Laura Renth (Institut für Kernphysik TU Darmstadt) Dr. Bernhard Maaß (Argonne National Laboratory, Chicago, USA) Prof. Wilfried Nörtershäuser (Institut für Kernphysik TU Darmstadt)

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