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from left to right: Wilfried Nörtershäuser, Bernhard Maaß, Felix Sommer, Aineah Barasa, Rodolfo Sanchez, Jan Krause, Johannes Viering, Jörg Krämer, Konstantin Mohr, Kristian König, Simon Kaufmann, Kei Minamisono (Guest Scientist), Phillip Imgram, Tim Ratajczyk

Laser spectroscopic nuclear chart

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An up-to-date nuclear chart with all isotopes that have been investigated by on-line laser spectroscopy, tables and references is provided here …>

Current News

  • 2018/06/21

    First fluorescence signal from collinear beamline at Argonne

    Almost exactly one year after the collinear beamline from the TRIGA-reactor in Mainz arrived at Argonne National Laboratory in Chicago, the first fluorescence signal was observed. For these measurements, a calcium ion beam was produced and overlapped collinearly with a laser.

  • 2018/05/15

    Poster Award for Konstantin Mohr

    On 24. of April the Young Scientists' GSI-FAIR Poster Colloquium took place. Various activities in association with FAIR and GSI were presented. As one of five posters, the poster by Konstantin Mohr presenting the status of laser spectroscopy at CRYRING was awarded a poster prize. Congratulations!

  • 2018/05/07

    “Schnelle Ionen im Laserlicht” appeared in “Physik Journal”

    The May issue of the “Physik Journal” contains an article about recent progress in collinear laser spectroscopy on short-lived isotopes. Our optical detection region that has been designed for the boron-8 project and the high-voltage measurements made it on the cover page.

  • 2018/04/16

    CRYRING News

    Time-resolved Fourier spectrum of the revolution frequencies

    During the last beam time at CRYRING from 12.03.-23.03 the ring was operated with 24Mg+ lowly charged ions.. The ions were injected into the ring and subsequently accelerated for the first time. The acceleration is seen by the time structure of the higher harmonics of 24Mg+ in the Schottky diagram (Figure).