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Title: Study of the unbound nucleus N-11 by elastic resonance scattering
Authors: Axelsson, L., García Borge, María José, Fayans, S., Goldberg, V. Z., Grévy, S., Guillemaud-Mueller, D., Jonson, B., Kälman, K. M., Lönnroth, T., Lewitowicz, M., Manngård, P., Markenroth, K., Martel, Ismael, Mueller, A. C., Mukha, I., Mukha, I., Nilsson, T., Nyman, G., Orr, N. A., Riisager, K., Rogatchev, G. V., Saint-Laurent, M. G., Serikov, I. N., Sorlin, O., Tengblad, Olof, Wenander, F., Winfield, J. S., Wolski, R.
Keywords: [PACS] Single-particle levels and strength functions
[PACS] Resonance reactions
[PACS] Properties of specific nuclei listed by mass ranges: 6 ≤ A ≤ 19
Issue Date: Oct-1996
Publisher: American Physical Society
Series/Report no.: Physical Review C 54(4): R1511-R1514 (1996)
Abstract: Resonances in the unbound nucleus N-11 have been studied, using the resonance scattering reaction C-10+p. The data give evidence for three states above the C-10+p threshold with energies 1.30, 2.04, and 3.72 MeV. These states can be interpreted, in a potential-model analysis, as the ground state and the first two excited states with spin-parity 1/2(+), 1/2(-), and 5/2(+) arising from the shell-model orbitals 1s(1/2), Op(1/2), and Od(5/2). A narrow state superposed on a broad structure found at higher energy could be interpreted as the mirror state of the 3/2(-) in Be-11 shifted down in energy. This shift would suggest a large radius of the potential.
Description: 4 pages, 4 figures, 2 tables.-- PACS nrs.: 21.10.Pc, 25.40.Ny, 27.20.+n.
Publisher version (URL): http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.54.R1511
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/11214
ISSN: 0556-2813
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