Intruder configurations in neutron-rich P and S isotopes

J. Ollier, A. Hodsdon, R. Chapman, X. Liang, M. Burns, K. Keyes, M. Labiche, A. Papenberg, K.-M. Spohr, M. Davison, G. de Angelis, M. Axiotis, B. Behera, L. Corradi, A. Gadea, A. Latina, T. Kröll, N. Marginean, T. Martinez, D.R. NapoliA. Stefanini, M. Trotta, S. Beghini, D. Bazzacco, E. Farnea, S. Lunardi, G. Montagnoli, F. Scarlassara, A. Deacon, A.G. Smith, J.F. Smith, D. Curien, F. Haas, D. Verney, A. Jungclaus, F. Azaiez, F. Ibrahim, M. Stanoiu, Zs. Dombradi

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Neutron-rich sdf-shell nuclei have attracted a great deal of international interest, both theoretically and experimentally. There is an increasing interest in using deep-inelastic reactions to obtain spectroscopic information about these exotic nuclei. New results obtained from two such experiments are presented here. The highly sensitive GASP array was used to measure the γ decays of previously unobserved yrast and near yrast states of 34P which were populated when 230 MeV 36S ions were incident on a thick target of 176Yb. In addition, a recent investigation of the spectroscopy of neutron-rich P and S isotopes has been undertaken with 215 MeV 36S ions incident on a thin target of 208Pb using the CLARA Ge detector array in conjunction with the PRISMA magnetic spectrometer. Preliminary results from this experiment are presented here.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)S1935-S1938
Number of pages4
JournalJournal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics
Issue number10
Publication statusPublished - 12 Sept 2005


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