Title: Transfer reactions on neutron-rich nuclei at REX-ISOLDE
Authors: Kroll, Th
Bildstein, V
Wimmer, K
Krucken, R
Gernhauser, R
Lutter, R
Schwerdtfeger, W
Thirolf, P
Bastin, Beyhan
Bree, Nick
Diriken, Jan
Huyse, Marc
Patronis, Nikolaos
Raabe, Riccardo
Van Duppen, Piet
Vermaelen, Peter; S0158230;
Cederkall, J
Clement, E
Van de Walle, Jarno
Voulot, D
Wenander, F
Blazhev, A
Kalkuhler, M
Reiter, P
Seiditz, M
Warr, N
Deacon, A
Fitzpatrick, C
Freeman, S
Das Gupta, S
Lo Bianco, G
Nardelli, S
Fiori, E
Georgiev, G
Scheck, M
Fraile, L M
Balabanski, D
Nilsson, T
Tengborn, E
Butterworth, J
Nara Singh, B S
Angus, L
Chapman, R
Hadinia, B
Orlandi, R
Smith, J F
\Wady, P
Schrieder, G
Labiche, M
Johansen, J
Riisager, K
Jeppesen, H B
Macchiavelli, A O
Davinson, T #
Issue Date: 26-Aug-2009
Publisher: Springer New York LLC
Host Document: AIP Conference Proceedings vol:1165 issue:1 pages:363-368
Conference: Nuclear structure and dynamics \09 location:Dubrovnik, Croatia date:4-9 May 2009
Abstract: We report on one- and two-neutron transfer reactions to study the single-particle properties of nuclei at the border of the "island of inversion". The (d,p)- and (t,p)-reactions in inverse kinematics on the neutron-rich isotope 30Mg, delivered as radioactive beam by the REX-ISOLDE facility, have been investigated. The outgoing protons have been detected and identified by a newly built array of Si detectors. The gamma-decay of excited states has been detected in coincidence by the MINIBALL array. First results for 31Mg and from the search for the second, spherical, 0+ state in 32Mg are presented.
ISSN: 0094-243X
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IC
Appears in Collections:Nuclear and Radiation Physics Section
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