T=2 states in C12 and B12

D. Ashery, M. S. Zisman, G. W. Goth, G. J. Wozniak, R. B. Weisenmiller, Joseph Cerny

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Abstract

The C14(p, t)C12 and C14(p, He3)B12 reactions have been investigated at Ep=54 MeV. The lowest 0+, T=2 state in C12 was identified at 27.570.03 MeV and a higher T=2 state was found at 29.630.05 MeV. Their analogs in B12 were found at 12.720.07 and 14.820.10 MeV, respectively. In a separate coincidence experiment, the proton and decay modes of the T=2 states in C12 were studied. The 27.57 MeV state decays (3010)% by proton emission and less than 10% by emission. The 29.63 MeV state decays by about 80% proton emission and 20% emission. NUCLEAR REACTIONS C14(p, t), (p, He3), E=54 MeV; measured (); C12, B12 levels, deduced J, IAS. C14(p, tp), (p,t), E=54 MeV measured pt coin, p coin.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1345-1351
Number of pages7
JournalPhysical Review C - Nuclear Physics
Volume13
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - 1976

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