Differential cross sections for the 31P(d, n)32S reaction have been measured at Ed = 25 MeV using the time-of-flight technique. Levels more than thirty-five up to an excitation energy 13.4 MeV were observed. The experimental angular distributions for bound states were analysed with the distorted wave Born approximation theory. Those for the proton unbound states were analysed by the method of Vincent and Fortune. Spectroscopic factors obtained are compared with the results of the other experiments, the shell model calculations and sum rule limit. Especially, spectroscopic factors for unbound states are successfully compared with the results obtained from the other one-proton stripping reaction and those from the proton resonance scattering on 31P.
- Nuclear Reactions
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Nuclear and High Energy Physics