Physics with Active-Target Detectors

Published: September 2020 Ahn

Lead Author(s): D. Bazin

The use of active-target detectors has enlarged the scope of radioactive and stable beam experiments through their unique properties. This review explores the broad range of low-energy nuclear physics opportunities with active-target detectors that range from studies of shell structure, clustering, pairing, exotic decays, and astrophysics with an outlook into the near future. Learn more

Publication: Low energy nuclear physics with active targets and time projection chambers