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Título : Three-body correlations in Borromean halo nuclei
Autor : Marqués, F. M., Labiche, M., Orr, N. A., Angélique, J. C., Axelsson, L., Benoit, B., Bergmann, U. C., García Borge, María José, Catford, W. N., Chappell, S. P. G., Clarke, N. M., Costa, G., Curtis, N., D’Arrigo, A., Brennand, E. D., Oliveira Santos, F. D., Dorvaux, O., Fazio, G., Freer, M., Fulton, B. R., Giardina, G., Grévy, S., Guillemaud-Mueller, D., Hanappe, F., Heusch, B., Jonson, B., Le Brun, C., Leenhardt, S., Lewitowicz, M., López, M. J., Markenroth, K., Mueller, A. C., Nilsson, T., Ninane, A., Nyman, G., Piqueras, Inmaculada, Riisager, K., Saint-Laurent, M. G., Sarazin, F., Singer, S. M., Sorlin, O., Stuttge, L., Góes Brennand, E. D.
Palabras clave : [PACS]Nuclear reactions involving few-nucleon systems
[PACS]Nucleon distributions and halo features
[PACS]Few-body systems
[PACS]Properties of specific nuclei listed by mass ranges: 6 ≤ A ≤ 19
Fecha de publicación : 5-Nov-2001
Editor: American Physical Society
Resumen: Three-body correlations in the dissociation of two-neutron halo nuclei are explored using a technique based on intensity interferometry and Dalitz plots. This approach provides for the combined treatment of both the n-n and core-n interactions in the exit channel. As an example, the breakup of Be-14 into Be-12 + n + n by Pb and C targets has been analyzed and the halo n-n separation extracted. Evidence for a finite delay between the emission of the neutrons in the reaction on the C target was observed and is attributed to Be-13 resonances populated in sequential breakup.
Descripción : 5 pages, 4 figures.--PACS nrs.: 25.10.+s; 21.10.Gv; 21.45.+v; 27.20.+n.--ArXiv pre-print available at:
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ISSN: 0556-2813
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.64.061301
Citación : Physical Review C 64(6): 061301 (2001)
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