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Study of the neutron rich sulfure isotope S through intermediate energy Coulomb excitation

Calinescu, S, Stanoiu, M, Negoita, F, Borcea, C, Borcea, R, Petrone, C, Rotaru, F, Cáceres, L, Thomas, JC, Lepailleur, A , Roger, T, Sorlin, O, Grévy, S, Sohler, D, Dombradi, Z, Kuti, I, Vajta, Z, Bowry, M, Catford, W, Podolyak, Z, Wilson, E, Franchoo, S, Niikura, M, Stefan, I, Lukyanov, S, Penionzhkevich, Y, Mrazek, J and Gillibert, R (2013) Study of the neutron rich sulfure isotope S through intermediate energy Coulomb excitation Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 413 (1).

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The reduced transition probability B(E2: 3/2→7/2 ) has been measured in S using Coulomb excitation at intermediate energy. The nucleus of interest was produced by fragmentation of a Ca beam at GANIL. The reaction products were separated in the LISE spectrometer. After Coulomb-excitation of S in a Pb target, the γ rays emitted inflight were detected by 64 BaF detectors of the Chteau de Cristal array. The preliminary value deduced for the reduced transition probability B(E2: 3/2 →7/2 ) is in agreement with the predictions of the shell model calculations and supports a prolate-spherical shape coexistence in the S nucleus.

Item Type: Article
Authors :
Calinescu, S
Stanoiu, M
Negoita, F
Borcea, C
Borcea, R
Petrone, C
Rotaru, F
Cáceres, L
Thomas, JC
Lepailleur, A
Roger, T
Sorlin, O
Grévy, S
Sohler, D
Dombradi, Z
Kuti, I
Vajta, Z
Bowry, M
Catford, W
Podolyak, Z
Wilson, E
Franchoo, S
Niikura, M
Stefan, I
Lukyanov, S
Penionzhkevich, Y
Mrazek, J
Gillibert, R
Date : 2013
DOI : 10.1088/1742-6596/413/1/012030
Depositing User : Symplectic Elements
Date Deposited : 28 Mar 2017 13:48
Last Modified : 28 Mar 2017 13:48

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