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ATOMKI Laboratory for Nuclear Physics and Nuclear Astrophysics (MAGAL)
Identification
Location
Bem tér 18/c, Institute for Nuclear Research, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Debrecen, PO: 4026 (Hungary)
Structure
Type Of RI
Single-sited
Coordinating Country
Hungary
Status
Status
Current Status:
Operational since 1991
Scientific Description
Laboratory consists of the following spectrometers, which are mostly used at the Debrecen accelerators, but occasionally they are used in different accelerator labs abroad. 1.) Split-pole magnetic spectrometer measuring protons an heavy ions. It is equipped with position sensitive Si focal plane detector with the length of 72 cm. 2.) Large scattering chamber with Si detector telescopes. 3.) DIAMANT light charged particle detector system. 4.) OBELISK TOF spectrometer for fission products. 5.) CLOVER-type gamma-spectrometer with BGO anti-Compton shield. 6.) High efficiency (100 %) and smaller HPGe detectors. 7.) High energy (5-20 MeV) electron-positron pair spectometer. 8.) Superconducting magnetic electronspectrometer. 9.) LENA neutron TOF spectrometer. 10.) CAMAC, VME and VXI type data acquisition systems for the spectrometers. 11.) Leybold UNIVEX 350 vacuum avaporator.

RI Keywords
Split-pole magnetic spectrometer, Atomki
Classifications
RI Category
Nuclear Research Facilities
Scientific Domain
Physics, Astronomy, Astrophysics and Mathematics
Services
Measurement, data reduction, access to te research equipments, using testing facilities, planning the experiments, education
Date of last update: 04/05/2017