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Title: Structure of 10Be and 16C nuclei via break-up reactions studied with the 4π Chimera array
Authors: Dell'Aquila, D.
Acosta, L.
Amorini, F.
Andolina, R.
Auditore, L.
Berceanu, I.
Cardella, G.
Chatterjee, M. B.
De Filippo, E.
Francalanza, L.
Gnoffo, B.
Grzeszczuk, Andrzej
Lanzalone, G.
Lombardo, I.
Martorana, N.
Minniti, T.
Pagano, A.
Pagano, E.V.
Papa, M.
Pirrone, S.
Politi, G.
Pop, A.
Porto, F.
Quattrocchi, L.
Rizzo, F.
Rosato, E.
Russotto, P.
Trifiro, A.
Trimarchi, M.
Verde, G.
Vigilante, M.
Keywords: break-up reactions; Isotopes
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Journal of Physics : Conference Series, Vol. 940, iss. 1 (2018), art. no. 012037, s. 1-3
Abstract: The study of cluster states in neutron-rich Be and C isotopes is a subject of interest in Nuclear Physics. These states should be characterized by high deformation where α-clusters are bounded by valence neutrons. We performed a spectroscopic study of 10Be and 16C isotopes via projectile break-up reactions, by using radioactive beams produced at the INFN-LNS FRIBs facility and the Chimera 4π array. The possible evidence of a new 10Be state at 13.5 MeV excitation energy was found in the 6He+4He disintegration channel. The spectroscopy of 16C was studied via the 6He+10Be break-up channel; in this case we found the indication of a possible new state at about 20.6 MeV.
DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/940/1/012037
ISSN: 1742-6588
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