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Author Sohler, D. ♦ Gibelin, J. ♦ Kawada, Y. ♦ Zheng, T. ♦ Tanaka, K.n. ♦ Shimoura, S. ♦ Takeuchi, S. ♦ Nakayama, Y. ♦ Marqués, F.m. ♦ Satou, Y. ♦ Otsu, H. ♦ Aoi, N. ♦ Bhang, H. ♦ Ishihara, M. ♦ Togano, Y. ♦ Matsushita, M. ♦ Kobayashi, T. ♦ Li, Z.h. ♦ Motobayashi, T. ♦ Yoshinaga, K. ♦ Kobayashi, N. ♦ Deguchi, S. ♦ Tanaka, N. ♦ Sumikama, T. ♦ Delaunay, F. ♦ Honda, T. ♦ Kondo, Y. ♦ Miyashita, Y. ♦ Choi, S. ♦ Orr, N.a. ♦ Sakurai, H. ♦ Yoneda, K. ♦ Nakamura, T. ♦ Tshoo, K. ♦ Cao, Z.x.
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Content type Text
Publisher EDP Sciences
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Date Created 2014-03-21
Copyright Year ©2014
Language English
Subject Domain (in LCC) QC1-999
Subject Keyword Science ♦ Physics
Abstract The partial one-neutron removal cross section of 24O leading to the first excited state in 23O has been measured to be 65.7 ± 5.3 mb with a proton target in inverse kinematics at the beam energy of 62 MeV/nucleon. The decay energy spectrum of the neutron unbound state of 23O was reconstructed from the measured four momenta of 22O and the emitted neutron. A sharp peak was observed at Edecay = 48 ± 3 keV, confirming the previous measurements. The measured partial longitudinal momentum distribution of 23O* showed the d-wave knockout character, providing a support for the Jπ assignment of 5/2+ for this state. The spectroscopic factor for the neutrons in 0d5/2 orbital was deduced, for the first time, to be C2S(0d5/2) = 3.7 ± 0.3 (preliminary) by comparing with the result of Glauber model. The relatively large spectroscopic factor supports the N = 16 shell closure in the neutron drip-line nucleus 24O.
ISSN 2100014X
Age Range 18 to 22 years ♦ above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
Learning Resource Type Article
Publisher Date 2014-03-01
e-ISSN 2100014X
Journal EPJ Web of Conferences
Volume Number 66
Starting Page 02103


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