Structure of light neutron-rich nuclei through Coulomb dissociation

U. Datta Pramanik, T. Aumann, D. Cortina, H. Emling, H. Geissel, M. Hellström, R. Holzmann, N. Iwasa, Y. Leifels, G. Münzenberg, M. Rejmund, C. Scheidenberger, K. Sümmerer, A. Leistenschneider, Th W. Elze, A. Grünschloss, S. Ilievski, K. Boretzky, J. V. Kratz, R. KulessaE. Lubkiewicz, E. Wajda, W. Walus, P. Reiter, H. Simon

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Abstract

Coulomb breakup of neutron-rich nuclei around mass A ∼ 20 has been studied experimentally using secondary beams (∼500-600 MeV/u) of unstable nuclei produced at GSI. The spectroscopic factor deduced for the neutron occupying s1/2 level in 15C ground state is consistent with the earlier reported value. The data analysis for Coulomb breakup of 17C shows that most of the cross section yields the 16C core in its excited state. For 17-22O, the low-lying E1 strength amounts up to about 12% of the energy weighted dipole sum rule strength depending on neutron excess. The cluster sum rule limit with 16O as a core is almost exhausted for 17,18O, while for more neutron rich isotopes the strength with respect to that limit decreases.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)535-544
Number of pages10
JournalPramana - Journal of Physics
Volume57
Issue number2-3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2001
Externally publishedYes
EventInternational Symposium on Nuclear Physics - Mumbai, India
Duration: 2000 Dec 182000 Dec 22

Keywords

  • Coulomb breakup
  • Exotic nuclei

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

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