The Ar44(d,p)Ar45 neutron transfer reaction was performed at 10A MeV. Measured excitation energies, deduced angular momenta, and spectroscopic factors of the states populated in Ar45 are reported. A satisfactory description of these properties is achieved in the shell model framework using a new sdpf interaction. The model analysis is extended to more exotic even-Z nuclei down to 1441Si27 to study how collectivity impacts the low-lying structure of N=27 neutron-rich nuclei.
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- Nuclear and High Energy Physics