SOFIA (Studies On Fission with Aladin) is a new experimental set-up dedicated to accurate measurement of fission-fragments isotopic yields. It is located at GSI, the only place to use inverse kinematics at relativistic energies in order to study the (γ,f) electromagnetic-induced fission. The SOFIA set-up is a large-acceptance magnetic spectrometer, which allows to fully identify both fission fragments in coincidence on the whole fission-fragment range. This paper will report on fission yields obtained in 234,235,236,238U(γ,f) reactions.
Chatillon, A., Taïeb, J., Martin, J. F., Pellereau, E., Boutoux, G., Gorbinet, T., … Yan, Y. (2016). Accurate measurements of fission-fragment yields in 234,235,236,238U(γ,f) with the SOFIA set-up. In EPJ Web of Conferences (Vol. 111). EDP Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1051/epjconf/201611108001