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Título : Large spin alignment of the unbound He-5 fragment after fragmentation of 240 MeV/nucleon He-6
Autor : Chulkov, L. V., Aumann, T., Aleksandrov, D., Axelsson, L., Baumann, T., García Borge, María José, Collatz, R., Cub, J., Dostal, W., Eberlein, B., Elze, Th. W., Emling, H., Geissel, H., Goldberg, V. Z., Golovkov, M., Grünschloss, A., Hellström, M., Holeczek, J., Holzmann, R., Jonson, B., Korsheninnikov, A. A., Kratz, J. V., Kraus, G., Kulessa, R., Leifels, Y., Leistenschneider, A., Leth, T., Mukha, I., Münzenberg, G., Nickel, F., Nilsson, T., Nyman, G., Petersen, B., Pfützner, M., Richter, Achim W., Riisager, K., Scheidenberger, C., Schrieder, G., Schwab, W., Simon, H., Smedberg, M. H., Steiner, M., Stroth, J., Surowiec, A., Suzuki, T., Tengblad, Olof
Palabras clave : [PACS] Breakup and momentum distributions
[PACS] Polarization phenomena in reactions
[PACS] Properties of specific nuclei listed by mass ranges: A ≤ 5
Fecha de publicación : 14-Jul-1997
Editor: American Physical Society
Resumen: Peripheral fragmentation of a 240 MeV/nucleon beam of the halo nucleus He-6 incident on carbon target has been studied in a kinematically complete experiment. It is found that one-neutron stripping to the unbound nucleus He-5 is the dominant fragmentation mechanism and that it leads to a spin alignment of He-5 in a plane perpendicular to the He-5 momentum vector. This is expected to be a common feature for all neutron halo nuclei.
Descripción : 4 pages, 2 figures.-- PACS nrs.: 25.60.Gc, 24.70.+s, 27.10.+h.
Versión del editor: http://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevLett.79.201
URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10261/9844
ISSN: 0031-9007
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.79.201
Citación : Physical Review Letters 79(2): 201-204 (1997)
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