Intermediate structures in [Formula Presented] studied with the γ-ray recoil method

H. Fujita, M. Hijiya, Y. Inotani, T. Mukae, K. Koga, M. Koga, F. Nakamura, S. Koto, T. Sugimitsu, N. Ikeda, S. Morinobu, Y. Sugiyama, Y. Tomita, H. Ikezoe, Y. Yamanouti, K. Ideno, S. Hamada, T. Ikuta

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The intermediate structures in [Formula Presented] inelastic scattering were investigated at energies around [Formula Presented] in the [Formula Presented] single excitation and the [Formula Presented] mutual excitation channels and at [Formula Presented] in the [Formula Presented] single excitation channel. The angular distributions of the magnetic substate cross sections for the [Formula Presented] (4.439 MeV) state of [Formula Presented] were measured by using the γ-ray recoil method in the center-of-mass ejectile-axis frame. It is shown that the structures at [Formula Presented] and 31.8 MeV in the [Formula Presented] channel are interpreted as resonances of [Formula Presented] or [Formula Presented] which decay dominantly through the aligned configurations with [Formula Presented] On the other hand, the structure at [Formula Presented] is accounted for by assuming the overlap of two resonances having spins and parities of [Formula Presented] and [Formula Presented] In the [Formula Presented] channel, little oscillatory structures are observed in the m-substate angular distributions so that the resonance spins cannot be extracted.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)14
Number of pages1
JournalPhysical Review C - Nuclear Physics
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2002

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics


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