Cluster model with core excitations. The Be-11 example
Journal article, 2014

Bound states and low-lying resonances of the Be-11 one-neutron halo nucleus have been calculated within a two-body cluster model with core excitation. The lowest Be-10 core excited 2(+) state was considered as a quadrupole vibration. Shallow potentials were applied for neutron-core interaction, preventing motion in Pauli forbidden orbits. A good description of available experimental data including dipole excitations of Be-11 was obtained. For the bound 1/2(-) excited state the wave-function component gives the dominant contribution to the structure, which differs from results obtained in cluster models with deep potentials.


S. N. Ershov

Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR)

J. S. Vaagen

University of Bergen

Mikhail Zhukov

Chalmers, Fundamental Physics

Physics of Atomic Nuclei

1063-7788 (ISSN) 1562-692X (eISSN)

Vol. 77 8 989-998

Subject Categories

Subatomic Physics



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