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Study of double-strangeness nuclear systems with nuclear emulsion
(ELSEVIER, Physics Procedia 80, 26th International Conference on Nuclear Tracks in Solids, 26ICNTS, 2015)
Double strangeness nuclei such as double-Λ and Ξ hypernuclei have been studied with nuclear emulsion due to its fine position resolution. Recently, we have started an experiment to study Λ-Λ interaction more accurately ...
Scanning systems for searching double strangeness nuclei in nuclear emulsion
(Japanese Physical Society Conference Proceeding, Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Hypernuclear and Strange Particle Physics, 2017)
Scanning systems for detecting double Lambda hypernucler events in nuclear emulsion plates with high statistics are presented. The systems are complexes of optical microscopes and computers to provide fast emulsion scanning ...
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 ...
A new scanning system for alpha decay events as calibration sources for range-energy relation in nuclear emulsion
(Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, 2017)
A new scanning system named “Vertex picker” has been developed to rapid collect alpha decay events, which are calibration sources for the range-energy relation in nuclear emulsion. A computer-controlled optical microscope ...