The 11Be(p, d)10Be reaction has been performed in inverse kinematics with a radioactive 11Be beam of E/A=35.3 MeV. Angular distributions for the 0+ ground state, the 2+, 3.37 MeV state and the multiplet of states around 6 MeV in 10Be were measured at angles up to 16°cm by detecting the 10Be in a dispersion-matched spectrometer and the coincident deuterons in a silicon array. Distorted wave and coupled-channels calculations have been performed to investigate the amount of 2+ core excitation in 11Begs. The use of “realistic” 11Be wave functions is emphasised and bound-state form factors have been obtained by solving the particle-vibration coupling equations. This calculation gives a dominant 2s component in the 11Begs wave function with a 16% [2+⊗1d] core excitation admixture. Cross sections calculated with these form factors are in good agreement with the present data. The Separation Energy prescription for the bound-state wave function also gives satisfactory fits to the data, but leads to a significantly larger [2+⊗1d] component in 11Begs.
- Nuclear reactions
- 1H(11Be, 10Be), E/A = 35.3 MeV, 1H(15N, 14N) E/A = 38.9 MeV
- Measured σ(θ)
- Deduced spectroscopic factors
- Vibrational coupling model
- Radioactive beam