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Heavy Ion Laboratory. Warsaw University Jarosław Choiński. Cyclotron. K=160 (up to 400 MeV of 40 Ar) Ion source: ECR, 10 GHz a new source is going to be instaled soon Extraction: stripping.

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Heavy Ion Laboratory

Warsaw University

Jarosław Choiński


  • K=160 (up to 400 MeV of 40Ar)

  • Ion source: ECR, 10 GHza new source is going to be instaled soon

  • Extraction: stripping

  • Total beam-on-target time: 2434 hours in 2006(about 2 600 hours/year – mean value in last 5 years)

  • About 1 200 hours of beam-on-target time in 2006 was used by international users.

  • All projects performed at HIL are evaluated by international Program Advisory Committee.

Experimental Hall @ HIL


  • ICARE Identificateur de Charges A Rendement Eleve

  • Big reaction chamber (F1.0x0.7m)

  • 48 telescopes for charge particles detection & identification

ICARE in WARSAWproposed subjects of studies

  • Light particle emission in Deep Inelastic Collisions (Strasbourg, Messina, Warsaw)

  • Nuclei deformation effects in light particle emission (Strasbourg, Cracow, Warsaw)

  • Coulomb barrier distributions(Warsaw, Białystok, Strasbourg, Jyvaskyla, Sendai)

  • Structure and interactions of light nuclei(Kiev, Cracow, Warsaw)

    More: http://www.slcj.uw.edu.pl/en/55.html

A new faze (face) of OSIRIS-II

  • Up to 32 Regular Ge detectors

  • 60 BaF2 Inner Ball

  • Si –Ball for light charged particle detection

  • HI detection system (PiN-diode chamber)

  • Internal conversion electrons spectrometer

  • CUP – veto detector for light charged particles

  • Plunger (in future)

Proposed subjects of studies

  • General purpose gamma spectroscopy

  • Coulomb Excitation

  • Life time measurements with DSA method

  • (plunger in planned in near future)

  • Internal conversion electrons spectroscopy

    More: http://www.slcj.uw.edu.pl/en/102.html

Presently availableexperimental facilities

Gamma ray multidetector system OSIRIS II consists of up to 12HP germaniumspectrometers with anticomptonshields. BGO gamma ray multiplicity filter,

  • Si –Ball for light charged particle detection,

  • internal conversion electrons spectrometer

  • 4 sector HPGe polarimeter,

  • CUP – veto detector for light charged particles

  • PiN-diode chamber for scattered heavy ion detection

    GDR multidetector system JANOSIK:

  • movable in range of 40-140 deg high energy gamma ray detector: high volume NaI(Tl) crystal surrounded by an active plastic shield and passive LiH and thick lead shields,

  • multiplicity filter consists of 32 small scintillator detectors (12BaF2 and 20 Na(Tl)),

  • set of 16 silicon telescopes for light charged particles.

    Scandinavian type on-line mass separator IGISOL

  • mass separation: acceleration voltage 40KV, analyzing magnet 55 deg., mass resolution power 260-700,

  • Ion source: Ion Guide type,

  • Detection setup: tape station, dvanced time delayed system (beta gamma- gamma, Ge, Si(Li), BaF2 detectors), miniorange spectrometer.

    Irradiation chamber with water cooling

    Low background lead shielded HPGe counters

  • high efficiency (66%) low background coaxial HPGe detector,

  • 2 HPGe gamma-X coaxial detectors,

  • 2 low energy gamma ray detectors (coaxial and planar).

    General purpose scattering chambers CUDAC and SYRENA.

Typical activities of the research groups at HIL

  • GDR studies,

  • Gamma-gamma in-beam spetrosopy,

  • Life time measurments (e.g. with DSA method),

  • Multiple Coulomb excitation studies,

  • Internal conversion electrons spectroscopy on-line,

  • Reactions with light ions studies,

  • Fusion barriers height distributions studies,

  • Biological interactions of high LET radiation studies,

  • Irradiations of solid state materials with heavy ions,

  • Semiconductor detectors development and tests.

Other facilities

Heavy Ion Laboratory supports experimental groups with:

  • a mechanical workshop,

  • an electronic workshop,

  • a data acquisition service,

  • a laboratory for HPGe detector annealing process.

    In Heavy Ion Laboratory there are available:

  • 10 guest rooms (9 single and 1 double) with a kitchen and a meeting room,

  • a conference room for 120 persons .

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