Target dependence in the study of collective modes in stable and exotic Ni nuclei
Paper i proceeding, 2010

The appearance of the pygmy-dipole-resonance is a recently observed phenomenon that can be related to neutron-matter properties. Its study can be a tool to determine the nuclear symmetry-energy parameters and thus can contribute constraining neutron star models. We present the ( γ,n ) cross sections for different Ni isotopes obtained from a measurement in inverse kinematics at about 500 MeV/u in the LAND reaction setup at GSI. The question of the disentanglement of the Coulomb and nuclear contributions is addressed.

Författare

T. Le Bleis

D Rossi

A Klimkiewicz

P Adrich

K Boretzky

F Aksouh

H Alvarez-Pol

T Aumann

J Benlliure

M Boehmer

E Casarejos

M Chartier

A Chatillon

D Cortina-Gil

U Datta Pramanik

H Emling

O Ershova

B Fernandez-Dominguez

H Geissel

M Gorska

M Heil

Håkan T Johansson

Chalmers, Teknisk fysik, Subatomär fysik

A R Junghans

O Kiselev

J V Kratz

N Kurz

M Labiche

R Lemmon

Y Litvinov

K Mahata

P Maierbeck

Thomas Nilsson

Chalmers, Teknisk fysik, Subatomär fysik

C Nociforo

R Palit

S Paschalis

R Plag

R Reifarth

H Simon

K. Sümmerer

A Wagner

W Walus

H Weick

M Winkler

Journal of Physics: Conference Series

Vol. 202 012035-

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