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Emulsion scanning systems for double-strangeness nuclei
(Elsevier, Physics Procedia 80,62-64. 26th International Conference on Nuclear Tracks in Solids, 26ICNTS, 2015)
Nuclear emulsion is so far the best detector to investigate double-strangeness nucleus including double Lambda hypernucleus, which is a nucleus made up of two lambda hyperons in addition to nucleons. Two types of scanning ...
Event Analysis in Nuclear Emulsion for the E07 Experiment at J-PARC
(JPS Conference Proceedings, Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Science at J-PARC — Unlocking the Mysteries of Life, Matter and the Universe, 2015)
Hammer track events in nuclear emulsion were analyzed to measure the excitation energy of 8Be* (2+) nucleus. The kinetic energies of two alpha particles of hammer track events were obtained from their ranges with use of ...