Weak Interaction Physics at SARAF
by Ben Ohayon (Racah Institute of Physics, Jerusalem)
at GSI ( SB3 2.283 )
In this talk I will review the current status of the radioisotopes trapping program at the Soreq Applied Research Accelerator Facility (SARAF), and prospects for measurements at the upgraded accelerator: SARAF-II.
With such copious amounts of these isotopes, the possibility arises to search for beyond standard model physics by measuring kinematics of many (>10^7) beta-decay events and combing the spectrum for the distinct signatures of new exotic interactions.Lastly, I will briefly explain how the use of traps (both atomic and electrostatic) and in-vacuum detectors for decay-products, provide an ideal scheme for inferring decay kinematics . A method which is similar to the proposed decay-spectroscopy setup at MATS .