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Investigation of the Dipole Response in Exotic Nuclei-Experiments at the LAND-(RB)-B-3 Setup

D. M. Rossi ; P. Adrich ; F. Aksouh ; H. Alvarez-Pol ; T. Aumann ; J. Benlliure ; M. Bohmer ; K. Boretzky ; E. Casarejos ; M. Chartier ; A. Chatillon ; D. Cortina-Gil ; U. D. Pramanik ; H. Emling ; O. Ershova ; B. Fernando-Dominguez ; H. Geissel ; M. Gorska ; M. Heil ; Håkan T. Johansson (Institutionen för fundamental fysik, Subatomär fysik) ; A. R. Junghans ; O. Kiselev ; A. Klimkiewicz ; J. V. Kratz ; N. Kurz ; M. Labiche ; T. Le Bleis ; R. Lemmon ; Y. A. Litvinov ; K. Mahata ; P. Maierbeck ; A. Movsesyan ; Thomas Nilsson (Institutionen för fundamental fysik, Subatomär fysik) ; C. Nociforo ; R. Palit ; S. Paschalis ; R. Plag ; R. Reifarth ; H. Simon ; K. Summerer ; A. Wagner ; W. Walus ; H. Weick ; M. Winkler
Progress of Theoretical Physics Supplement (0375-9687). 196, p. 465-470. (2012)
[Artikel, refereegranskad vetenskaplig]

We present experimental results on the electromagnetic excitation of neutron-rich nickel isotopes, making use of the (RB)-B-3-LAND setup at GSI. Exotic beams were produced at approximately 500 MeV/u and their reactions were studied in inverse kinematics. Integral cross sections for Ni-58 are discussed and compared to previous data, providing a validation of our experimental method. The El excitation-energy distribution of the unstable Ni-68 is presented as well, showing an excess in cross section in the 1n decay channel when compared only with a typical Giant Dipole Resonance.

Nyckelord: photoneutron cross-sections, relativistic heavy-ions, neutron radii, detector, issel h, 1992, nuclear instruments & methods in physics research section b-beam

Denna post skapades 2012-12-14. Senast ändrad 2015-07-02.
CPL Pubid: 167817


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