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For fission in inverse kinematics the fissile nuclides are projected at high (relativistic) energies on a still-standing target of varying composition. A transfer of excitation energy occurs to the fissile ions when they pass through the target and they subsequently undergo fission — in flight. g. 100 GeV). In consequence, the kinetic energy of the fission fragments is much higher and the fission fragments form a beam of a small divergence and therefore may be analysed in a fragment separator and by time of flight instrumentation quite effectively.

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45]. 48]. 50] and by subtracting it from the initial kinetic energy as determined by the mass separator Lohengrin. These arrangements have the disadvantage of using only a small part (a few mm) of the total length of the exit slit of Lohengrin (of 70 cm). 51] allows the use of up to 40 cm of the exit slit and, this way, offers a considerable increase in sensitivity allowing measurements in regions of low yield as will be discussed. The big ionization chamber has a split anode that allows a simultaneous measurement of the energy loss DE in a first part of the chamber and the remaining energy ER in the second part of the chamber.

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