Study of the neutron-rich nucleus 36Si

X. Liang, F. Azaiez, R. Chapman, F. Haas, D. Bazzacco, S. Beghini, B.R. Behera, L. Berti, M. Burns, E. Caurier, L. Corradi, D. Curien, A. Deacon, G. de Angelis, Zs. Dombradi, E. Farnea, E. Fioretto, A. Hodsdon, A. Gadea, F. IbrahimA. Jungclaus, K. Keyes, A. Latina, S. Lunardi, N. Marginean, R. Menegazzo, G. Montagnoli, D.R. Napoli, F. Nowacki, J. Ollier, A. Papenberg, G. Pollarolo, V.F.E. Pucknell, M.-D. Salsac, F. Scarlassara, J.F. Smith, K. Spohr, M. Stanoiu, A.M. Stefanini, S. Szilner, N. Toniolo, M. Trotta, D. Verney, Z. Wang, J. Wrzesinski

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Excited states of N=22 36Si, populated in deep-inelastic processes produced by the interaction of a 215 MeV beam of 36S ions with a
208Pb target, were studied in the present work. γ rays from the binary fragments detected using CLARA, an array of 25 Ge Clover detectors, were measured in coincidence with projectile-like fragments detected by PRISMA, a large solid angle magnetic spectrometer. Two new γ-ray photopeaks at energies of 1442 and 842 keV were observed and tentatively assigned to the 4+→2+ and 6+→4+transitions, respectively. The systematics of the level structures of N=22isotones are presented, and a comparison is made of the behavior of Si, Mg, and S isotopes. The level structure of 36Si is also compared with the results of sdpf shell model calculations.
Original languageEnglish
Article number014311
JournalPhysical Review C
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 17 Jul 2006


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