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Technology for Spiral 2. World leading ISOL facility SPIRAL2 will use a superconducting heavy ion linac together with coupled cyclotrons to produce intense beams of rare isotopes. The beams of exotic nuclei produced and reaccelerated to energies near the Coulomb

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Technology for Spiral 2

World leading ISOL facility

SPIRAL2 will use a superconducting heavy

ion linac together with coupled cyclotrons to

produce intense beams of rare isotopes.

The beams of exotic nuclei produced and

reaccelerated to energies near the Coulomb

will provide an excellent complement to the

much higher energy beams of other isotopes

to be produced by the FAIR facility at GSI.

The accelerated nuclei will be extremely

neutron rich, often produced as fission

fragments, and will be used to study how

nuclear shells and nuclear structure evolves

to be different for very exotic nuclei.

Advanced detector systems such as

EXOGAM, TIARA, VAMOS & CHARISSA

have been developed by collaborations

including major UK effort. Surrey leads the

TIARA collaboration and has major roles in

the others. The Surrey experimental nuclear

physics group is constantly developing new

techniques to exploit exotic nuclear beams.

Spiral2 is being constructed at GANIL in Caen, France.

This will be the world’s largest ISOL facility for the production and acceleration of beams of rare isotopes. www.ganil.fr/spiral2