Studies of nuclei close to132 Sn using single-neutron transfer reactions

K. J. Jones, S. D. Pain, R. L. Kozub, A. S. Adekola, D. W. Bardayan, J. C. Blackmon, W. N. Catford, K. Y. Chae, K. Chipps, J. A. Cizewskit, L. Erikson, A. L. Gaddis, U. Greife, R. Grzywacz, C. Harlin, R. Hatarik, J. A. Howard, J. James, R. Kapler, WKrólasJ. F. Liang, Z. Ma, C. Matei, B. H. Moazen, C. D. Nesaraja, P. D. O'Malley, N. P. Patterson, S. V. Paulauskas, D. Shapira, J. F. Shriner, M. Sikora, D. J. Sissom, M. S. Smith, T. P. Swan, J. S. Thomas, G. L. Wilson

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Neutron transfer reactions were performed in inverse kinematics using radioactive ion beams of mSn, 130Sn, and 134Te and deuterated polyethylene targets. Preliminary results are presented. The Q-value spectra for 133Sn,131 Sn and 135Te reveal a number of previously unobserved peaks. The angular distributions are compatible with the expected lf7/2 nature of the ground state of 133Sn, and 2p3/2 for the 3.4 MeV state in m131 Sn.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)153-160
Number of pages8
StatePublished - 5 May 2009
Externally publishedYes
EventInternational Conference on New Aspects of Heavy Ion Collisions near the Coulomb Barrier, FUSION08 - Chicago, IL, United States
Duration: 22 Sep 200826 Sep 2008


  • And other explosive environments
  • Nuclear physics aspects of novae
  • Single-particle levels and strength functions
  • Supernovae
  • Transfer reactions

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  • Physics and Astronomy (all)


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