Title: Sub-barrier Coulomb excitation of 106,108,110Sn
Authors: Ekstrom, A. ×
Cederakll, Joakim
Fahlander, C.
Hjirth-Jensen, M.
Ames, F.
Butler, Peter A.
Davinson, T.
Eberth, K.
Georgiev, G.
Gorgen, A.
Gorska, M.
Habs, D,
Huyse, Marc
Ivanov, Oleg
Iwanicki, J.
Kester, O.
Koster, U.
Marsh, Bruce A.
Reiter, P
Scheit, H.
Schwalm, D.
Siem, S.
Stefanescu, Irina
Tveten, G.M.
Van de Walle, Jarno
Van Duppen, Piet
Voulot, Didier
Warr, N,
Weisshaar, D.
Wenander, Frederik
Zielinska, M. #
Issue Date: 12-May-2008
Publisher: Springer New York LLC
Series Title: AIP Conference Proceedings vol:1012 issue:1 pages:296-299
Conference: Frontiers in NUclear STructure, Astrophysics, and Reactions: FINUSTAR edition:2 location:Kos, Greece date:10-14 September 2007
Abstract: The reduced transition probabilities between the first excited 2+ state and the 0+ ground state, B(E2;0+->2+), have been measured in 106,108,110Sn using sub-barrier Coulomb excitation in inverse kinematics at REX-ISOLDE. The results are, B(E2;0+->2+) = 0.220(22), 0.226(17), and 0.228(32) e2b2, for 110Sn, 108Sn, and 106Sn, respectively. The results for 106,108Sn are preliminary. De-excitation gamma-rays were detected by the MINIBALL Ge-array. The B(E2) reveals detailed information about the nuclear wave function. A shell model prediction based on an effective CD-Bonn interaction in the neutron(0g7/2,2s,1d,0h11/2) model space using e_(neutron,eff)=1.0 e follows the experimental values for the neutron rich Sn isotopes, but fails to reproduce the results presented here.
ISSN: 0094-243X
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IC
Appears in Collections:Nuclear and Radiation Physics Section
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