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Re: None Re: Detecting too short lived isotopes (Michael H. Kelsey)
Date: 06 Jun, 2011
From: <HadronTherapy_Aachen>

No, they are produced in the target volume and than hit one of the plastic scintillators. As we are interested in nuclear reactions, we search for "heavy" target fragments and save data if a hit on the plastics occur. There we have these short-lived isotopes.

Jan

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