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Shell Closure N=16 in O-24

C. Nociforo ; R. Kanungo ; A. Prochazka ; T. Aumann ; D. Boutin ; D. Cortina-Gil ; B. Davids ; M. Diakaki ; F. Farinon ; H. Geissel ; R. Gernhauser ; J. Gerl ; R. Janik ; Björn Jonson (Institutionen för fundamental fysik, Subatomär fysik) ; B. Kindler ; R. Knobel ; R. Krucken ; Mattias Lantz (Institutionen för fundamental fysik, Subatomär fysik) ; H. Lenske ; Y. A. Litvinov ; B. Lommel ; K. Mahata ; P. Maierbeck ; A. Musumarra ; Thomas Nilsson (Institutionen för fundamental fysik, Subatomär fysik) ; T. Otsuka ; C. Perro ; C. Scheidenberger ; B. Sitar ; P. Strmen ; B. Sun ; I. Szarka ; I. Tanihata ; Y. Utsuno ; H. Weick ; M. Winkler
Nuclear Structure and Dynamics '09 (0094-243X). Vol. 1165 (2009), p. 90-93 461.
[Konferensbidrag, refereegranskat]

Advanced nuclear structure models predict the presence of the shell closures N=14, 16 in neutron-rich O isotopes rather than N=20. Spectroscopic investigations performed at the neutron drip line have recently confirmed such predictions showing that the O-24 is a doubly magic nucleus (Z=8, N=16). Predictions within the shell model calculation for the O-23,O-24 ground state have been confirmed measuring their spectroscopic factors. Results obtained in one-neutron removal reactions performed by using in-flight radioactive ion beams produced at the Fragment Separator FRS of GSI are reported.

Nyckelord: nuclear structure, radioactive ion beams, nuclei

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