High-spin stretched states excited in (n,p) reactions at 300 MeV

R. Pourang*, J. W. Watson, R. Abegg, M. Ahmad, W. P. Alford, B. D. Anderson, A. R. Baldwin, A. Celler, D. Frekers, O. Häusser, R. Helmer, R. Henderson, K. Hicks, R. Jeppesen, K. P. Jackson, N. S.P. King, R. Madey, C. A. Miller, M. Moinester, M. C. VetterliS. Yen

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Differential cross sections were measured and compared to distorted-wave impulse-approximation calculations for the Jπ=4-(νd5/2,πp3/2-1) state excited in the C12(n,p)12B (4.52 MeV) reaction, the Jπ=6-(ν,f7/2πd5/2-1) state excited in the Si28(n,p)28Al (5.175 MeV) reaction, and the Jπ=10-(νh11/2,πg9/2-1) state excited in the Sn120(n,p)120In (0.0 MeV) reaction at 300 MeV. We obtained a normalization factor of 0.68 for the Jπ=10-(νh11/2,πg9/2-1) state excited in Sn120(n,p)120In (0.0 MeV) reaction; this is the first "1Latin small letter h with strokeω" stretched state known in this mass region.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)2751-2758
Number of pages8
JournalPhysical Review C - Nuclear Physics
Issue number6
StatePublished - 1993


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