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Author Winfield, J. S. ♦ Ackermann, D. ♦ Boutin, D. ♦ Geissel, H. ♦ Gerl, J. ♦ Górska, M. ♦ Nociforo, C. ♦ Sarén, J. ♦ Weick, H. ♦ Winkler, M. ♦ Yavor, M.
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Abstract It is proposed to use a magnetic spectrometer [1,2], located behind the Super-FRS [3] in the LEB cave, for experiments with exotic beams at low and intermediate energies (5 to 200 MeV/A) and stopped beams. For the HISPEC/DESPEC [4] experiments where exotic ions are measured in coincidence with gamma spectroscopy at the secondary target MF10, a good mass identification is necessary. This requires a spectrometer with high momentum-acceptance for particle identification via magnetic rigidity analysis and tracking. A first-order ion-optic design for the spectrometer was presented in Ref. [2]. Higher-order optic calculations have suggested the need for large-aperture hexapole magnets to correct 2 nd-order aberrations. With no hexapole correcting magnet, the focal plane of the spectrometer is extremely
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