Spectroscopy around 36Ca

A. Bürger, F. Azaiez, M. Stanoiu, Zs Dombrádi, A. Algora, A. Al-Khatib, B. Bastin, G. Benzoni, R. Borcea, Ch Bourgeois, P. Bringel, E. Clément, J. C. Dalouzy, Z. Dlouhý, A. Drouart, C. Engelhardt, S. Franchoo, Zs Fülöp, A. Görgen, S. GrévyH. Hübel, F. Ibrahim, W. Korten, J. Mrázek, A. Navin, F. Rotaru, P. Roussel-Chomaz, M. G. Saint-Laurent, G. Sletten, D. Sohler, O. Sorlin, Ch Theisen, C. Timis, D. Verney, S. Williams

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Abstract

An experiment was performed to study excited states in neutron-deficient nuclei around Ca. After a first fragmentation of the primary beam, the one-neutron knockout reaction was used to produce 36Ca ions from the 37Ca secondary beam and in-beam γ rays were measured. The energy of the first excited 2+ state in 36Ca and the cross section for the 1-neutron knock-out reaction from 37Ca at ≈ 45 A MeV were obtained. The 2+ energy in 36Ca is compared to the mirror nucleus 36S to deduce information on the isospin dependence of the nuclear force near the proton drip line. Furthermore, for two other Tz = -2 nuclei, 28S and 32Ar, the deexcitation of the first 2+ states has been observed.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1353-1357
Number of pages5
JournalActa Physica Polonica B
Volume38
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2007
Event41st Zakopane Conference on Nuclear Physics - Trends in Nuclear Physics - Zakopane, Poland
Duration: Sep 4 2006Sep 10 2006

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    Bürger, A., Azaiez, F., Stanoiu, M., Dombrádi, Z., Algora, A., Al-Khatib, A., Bastin, B., Benzoni, G., Borcea, R., Bourgeois, C., Bringel, P., Clément, E., Dalouzy, J. C., Dlouhý, Z., Drouart, A., Engelhardt, C., Franchoo, S., Fülöp, Z., Görgen, A., ... Williams, S. (2007). Spectroscopy around 36Ca. Acta Physica Polonica B, 38(4), 1353-1357.