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Closed Access item Nuclear structure of light exotic nuclei from break-up reactions

Authors:Cortina, D.
Fernández-Vázquez, J.
Aumann, T.
Baumann, T.
Benlliure, J.
García Borge, María José
Chulkov, L. V.
Pramanik, U. Datta
Forssén, C.
Fraile, Luis M.
Geissel, H.
Gerl, J.
Hammache, F.
Itahashi, K.
Janik, R.
Jonson, B.
Mandal, S.
Markenroth, K.
Meister, M.
Mocko, M.
Münzenberg, G.
Ohtsubo, T.
Ozawa, A.
Prezado, Yolanda
Pribora, V.
Riisager, K.
Scheit, H.
Schneider, R.
Schrieder, G.
Simon, H.
Sitar, B.
Stolz, A.
Strmen, P.
Sümmerer, K.
Szarka, I.
Weick, H.
Issue Date:19-Nov-2004
Publisher:Elsevier
Citation:Nuclear Physics A 746: 479-482 (2004)
Abstract:One-nucleon removal reactions at relativistic energies have been used as a spectroscopic tool to characterise the ground state properties of several neutron-rich isotopes in the sd-shell. Using the FRS at GSI, the longitudinal momentum distributions of the emerging fragments after one-nucleon removal were measured. The relative contributions of the remaining fragments in their ground and excited states have been determined from measurements of γ rays in coincidence with the longitudinal momentum distributions. In particular the breakup of O-23 has been investigated. The interpretation of our measurements, in the framework of a simple theoretical model, favours a spin and parity assignment of 1/2+ for the O-23 ground state in agreement with shell model predictions.
Description:4 pages, 4 figures.-- Printed version published Dec 27, 2004.-- Issue title: "Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Radioactive Nuclear Beams (RNB6)" (Argonne, Illinois, US, Sep 22-26, 2003).
Publisher version (URL):http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2004.09.153
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10261/16075
ISSN:0375-9474
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