Particle identification plays a crucial role in the study of isospin dynamics, and several identification techniques have been developed in the last decades. Amongst them, the pulse shape analysis methods allow to identify those fragments that are fully stopped in a single detector layer by studying the shape of the signal induced by the impinging fragment. The correlation of the maximum of the induced current signal with the energy of the fragment is known to give a good isotopic identification, but requires to acquire the current signal. However, when the current signal isn't available, it can be reconstructed from the digitized charge signal. The algorithms used for the reconstruction are presented briefly along with the first results obtained during the DIGIGARF experiment at LNL.

Particle identification using current maximum obtained from charge First results of the DIGIGARF experiment / Ottanelli P.; Pasquali G.; Bini M.; Barlini S.; Bruno M.; Buccola A.; Camaiani A.; Casini G.; Ciampi C.; Cicerchia M.; Cinausero M.; Dell'Aquila D.; Fabris D.; Francalanza L.; Frosin C.; Gramegna F.; Lombardo I.; Mantovani G.; Marchi T.; Meneghini S.; Morelli L.; Olmi A.; Pastore G.; Poggi G.; Stefanini A.A.; Valdre S.; Verde G.; Vigilante M.. - In: IL NUOVO CIMENTO C. - ISSN 2037-4909. - ELETTRONICO. - 42:(2019), pp. 0-0. [10.1393/ncc/i2019-19065-2]

Particle identification using current maximum obtained from charge First results of the DIGIGARF experiment

Ottanelli P.;Pasquali G.;Bini M.;Barlini S.;Buccola A.;Camaiani A.;Casini G.;Ciampi C.;GAETANI DELL'AQUILA D'ARAGONA, COSTANZA;Frosin C.;Lombardo I.;Morelli L.;Olmi A.;Pastore G.;Poggi G.;Stefanini A. A.;Valdre S.;Verde G.;
2019

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Particle identification plays a crucial role in the study of isospin dynamics, and several identification techniques have been developed in the last decades. Amongst them, the pulse shape analysis methods allow to identify those fragments that are fully stopped in a single detector layer by studying the shape of the signal induced by the impinging fragment. The correlation of the maximum of the induced current signal with the energy of the fragment is known to give a good isotopic identification, but requires to acquire the current signal. However, when the current signal isn't available, it can be reconstructed from the digitized charge signal. The algorithms used for the reconstruction are presented briefly along with the first results obtained during the DIGIGARF experiment at LNL.
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Ottanelli P.; Pasquali G.; Bini M.; Barlini S.; Bruno M.; Buccola A.; Camaiani A.; Casini G.; Ciampi C.; Cicerchia M.; Cinausero M.; Dell'Aquila D.; Fabris D.; Francalanza L.; Frosin C.; Gramegna F.; Lombardo I.; Mantovani G.; Marchi T.; Meneghini S.; Morelli L.; Olmi A.; Pastore G.; Poggi G.; Stefanini A.A.; Valdre S.; Verde G.; Vigilante M.
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