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Highlights of the day-one experimental program at the gamma-beam system of ELI-NP

Number 1_Vol.3

AUTHORS: D.L. Balabanski

DOI: 10.29317/ejpfm.2019030102

PAGES: 18 - 23

DATE: 2019-03-20


ABSTRACT

The emerging experimental program with brilliant gamma beams at the Extreme Light Infrastructure – Nuclear Physics facility (ELI-NP) is presented with emphasis on the prepared day-one experiments. Experiments at ELI-NP will cover nuclear resonance fluorescence measurements, studies of large-amplitude motions in nuclei, photo-fission and photonuclear reactions of astrophysics interest, and measurements of photonuclear reaction cross sections. The physics cases of the flagship experiments at ELI-NP and the performance of the related instruments, which are under construction for their realization, are discussed.


KEYWORDS

photonuclear reactions, photo-activation, photo-fission, nuclear resonance fluorescence, giant and pigmy dipole resonances, nuclear spectroscopy.


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