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In-beam γ spectroscopy using DIC with a radioactive Ne beam

Benzoni, G, Azaiez, F, Leoni, S, Battacharyya, S, Borcea, R, Bracco, A, Corradi, L, Curien, D, De France, G, Dombradi, Z , Fioretto, E, Franchoo, S, Grevy, S, Ibrahim, F, Iulian, S, Mukherjee, G, Navin, A, Pollarolo, G, Redon, N, Regan, PH, Rejmund, M, Schmitt, C, Sletten, G, Sohler, D, Stanoiu, M, Szilner, S and Verney, D (2006) In-beam γ spectroscopy using DIC with a radioactive Ne beam AIP Conference Proceedings, 853. pp. 49-54.

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The preferred production mechanisms used to investigate the region of light nuclei, such as O, Ne and F, have been transfer reactions and, more recently, two-step fragmentation. Multi-nucleon transfer reactions can be an important complementary tool to populate this mass region. Deep-inelastic and multi-nucleon transfer reactions have been largely used to study heavier systems, however no information is yet available regarding the effectiveness of these reaction mechanisms going towards lighter nuclei. In this proceeding we present promising preliminary results from an experiment performed with a radioactive 24Ne beam from SPIRAL facility at GANIL using the VAMOS spectrometer in conjunction with the EXOGAM array. © 2006 American Institute of Physics.

Item Type: Article
Divisions : Surrey research (other units)
Authors :
Benzoni, G
Azaiez, F
Leoni, S
Battacharyya, S
Borcea, R
Bracco, A
Corradi, L
Curien, D
De France, G
Dombradi, Z
Fioretto, E
Franchoo, S
Grevy, S
Ibrahim, F
Iulian, S
Mukherjee, G
Navin, A
Pollarolo, G
Redon, N
Rejmund, M
Schmitt, C
Sletten, G
Sohler, D
Stanoiu, M
Szilner, S
Verney, D
Date : 1 December 2006
DOI : 10.1063/1.2338354
Depositing User : Symplectic Elements
Date Deposited : 17 May 2017 11:16
Last Modified : 24 Jan 2020 20:35

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