Radioactive Beam Experiments at TRIUMF
C. Andreoiu 1*
1 Department of Chemistry, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, Canada
In this talk I will present several facilities used in the low energy nuclear physics program at TRIUMF, Canada’s Laboratory for Nuclear and Particle Physics, located in Vancouver, Canada. In particular, I will focus on the TRIUMF Isotope Separator and Accelerator (ISAC) which delivers radioactive beams that are used in high resolution gamma-ray spectroscopy, mass measurements, nuclear astrophysics, etc. I will also present few of the most recent experiments performed with the 8π spectrometer and its associated auxiliary detectors in β-decay studies, the TIGRESS array utilized for studies with accelerated beams, and the TITAN facility dedicated to high precision mass measurements. The research presented in this talk is performed as a collaborative effort of the 8π, TIGRESS and TITAN-EC collaborations.