First results on in-beam γ spectroscopy of neutron-rich Na and Mg isotopes at REX-ISOLDE

H. Scheit, O. Niedermaier, M. Pantea, F. Aksouh, C. Alvarez, F. Ames, T. Behrens, V. Bildstein, H. Boie, P. Butler, J. Cederkäll, T. Davinson, P. Delahaye, P. Van Duppen, J. Eberth, S. Emhofer, J. Fitting, S. Franchoo, R. Gernhäuser, G. GerschD. Habs, R.V. Hahn, H. Hess, A. Hurst, M. Huyse, O. Ivanov, J. Iwanicki, O. Kester, F. Köck, T. Kröll, R. Krücken, M. Lauer, R. Lutter, P. Mayet, M. Münch, U.K. Pal, M. Pasini, P. Reiter, A. Richter, A. Scherillo, G. Schrieder, D. Schwalm, T. Sieber, H. Simon, O. Thelen, P. Thirolf, J. van de Walle, N. Warr, D. Weißhaar

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Abstract

After the successful commissioning of the radioactive beam experiment at ISOLDE (REX-ISOLDE) - An accelerator for exotic nuclei produced by ISOLDE - First physics experiments using these beams were performed. Initial experiments focused on the region of deformation in the vicinity of the neutron-rich Na and Mg isotopes. Preliminary results show the high potential and physics opportunities offered by the exotic isotope accelerator REX in conjunction with the modern Germanium γ spectrometer MINIBALL.
Original languageEnglish
JournalNuclear Physics A
Volume746
Issue number1-4 SPEC.ISS.
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 27 Dec 2004

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