@article{ae8b3d3b02dd4a67a148a9cc9ee78fd7,

title = "Study of isoscalar spin strength via the 12C(d→, d′→) reaction",

abstract = "The spin-flip probability S1 and the double-spin-flip probability S2 for the 12C(d→, d′→) reaction at Εd=270 MeV have been measured at θlab between 2.5° and 7.5° and for excitation energies up to 25 MeV by using a vector-and-tensor Deuteron POLarimeter DPOL. Large S1 values are observed for the transitions to the isoscalar spin-flip states, such as the 12.71 MeV 1+ state. S2 has values close to zero for all the measured excitation energy region.",

author = "Y. Satou and S. Ishida and H. Sakai and H. Okamura and H. Otsu and N. Sakamoto and T. Uesaka and T. Wakasa and T. Ohnishi and T. Nonaka and G. Yokoyama and T. Ichihara and T. Niizeki and N. Nishimori",

note = "Funding Information: Inelastic scattering of polarized deuterons should be one of the most efficient probes of the isoscalar spin excitations as it excites exclusively the isoscalar states \[1-4\]. For the scattering of spin-1 deuteron, we can define two kinds of spin-flip probability (SFP), S1 (spin-flip) and $2 (double-spin-flip). They are the probabilities for the projectile deuteron to change its spin projection along an axis perpendicular to the reaction plane (y-axis in the Madison convention) by one or two units. Since SFP's are sensitive to the spin-transfer (AS) to the target, they are expected to provide good signatures to identify spin (AS = 1) and even double-spin (AS = 2) strengths in the nuclear excitation spectrum. However, because of the complication arising from the spin-1 nature of the deuteron, there are very few intermediate energy data for the deuteron SFP's. So far S1 probability has *This work is supported financially in part by the Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research No.04402004 of Ministry of Education, Science and Culture of Japan.",

year = "1999",

month = mar,

day = "29",

doi = "10.1016/s0375-9474(99)00072-x",

language = "English",

volume = "649",

pages = "275--278",

journal = "Nuclear Physics A",

issn = "0375-9474",

publisher = "Elsevier",

number = "1-4",

}