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Title: Dissociation of 8He into 6He + n + X at 240 MeV/u
Authors: Nilsson, T., Humbert, F., Schwab, W., Zinser, M., Blaich, Th., García Borge, María José, Chulkov, L. V., Eickhoff, H., Elze, Th. W., Emling, H., Franzke, B., Freiesleben, H., Geissel, H., Grimm, K., Guillemaud-Mueller, D., Hansen, P. G., Holzmann, R., Irnich, H., Johannsen, L., Jonson, B., Keller, J. G., Klepper, O., Klingler, H., Kratz, J. V., Kulessa, R., Lambrecht, D., Leifels, Y., Magel, A., Mohar, M., Moore, E. F., Mueller, A. C., Münzenberg, G., M¢ller, P., Nickel, F., Nyman, G., Richter, Achim W., Riisager, K., Scheidenberger, C., Schrieder, G., Sherrill, B. M., Simon, H., Stelzer, K., Stroth, J., Tengblad, Olof, Trautmann, W., Wajda, E., Zude, E., S034-Collaboration
Issue Date: 6-Feb-1995
Publisher: Elsevier
Abstract: Extremely neutron-rich nuclei exhibit a number of interesting features of which the most well-known is the neutron halo phenomenon found in 11Li. See e.g. ref. [1] for a recent review. A much less investigated nucleus is 8He, although it is the nucleus with the highest A/Z-ratio that is still stable against particle emission. In the first experiment where evidence for an anomalously large matter radius in 11Li was seen [2], similar effects were also found in 6He and 8He. The extended neutron distribution has previously mainly been probed in dissociation experiments [3] at 800 MeV/u. We present here further information on reactions involving 8He.
Description: 4 pages, 3 figures, 2 tables.
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ISSN: 0375-9474
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Citation: Nuclear Physics A 583: 795-798 (1995)
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