The neutron-rich Mg isotopes: First results from MINIBALL at REX-ISOLDE

O. Niedermaier, H. Scheit, V. Bildstein, H. Boie, J. Fitting, R. von Hahn, F. Köck, M. Lauer, U.K. Pal, H. Podlech, R. Repnow, D. Schwalm, C. Alvarez, F. Ames, G. Bollen, S. Emhofer, D. Habs, O. Kester, R. Lutter, K. RudolphM. Pasini, P.G. Thirolf, B.H. Wolf, J. Eberth, G. Gersch, H. Hess, P. Reiter, O. Thelen, N. Warr, D. Weisshaar, F. Aksouh, P. Van den Bergh, P. Van Duppen, M. Huyse, O. Ivanov, P. Mayet, J. Van de Walle, J. Äystö, P.A. Butler, J. Cederkäll, P. Delahaye, H.O.U. Fynbo, L.M. Fraile, O. Forstner, S. Franchoo, U. Köster, T. Nilsson, M. Oinonen, T. Sieber, F. Wenander, M. Pantea, A. Richter, G. Schrieder, H. Simon, T. Behrens, R. Gernhäuser, T. Kröll, R. Krücken, M. Münch, T. Davinson, J. Gerl, G. Huber, A. Hurst, J. Iwanicki, B. Jonson, P. Lieb, L. Liljeby, A. Schempp, A. Scherillo, P. Schmidt, G. Walter

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Abstract

After the successful commissioning of the Radioactive beam EXperiment (REX) at ISOLDE (CERN) in 2002, first physics experiments were performed in 2003 which focussed on the neutron-rich Mg isotopes in the vicinity of the "island of inversion". After introducing the REX facility and the modern γ spectrometer MINIBALL first preliminary results will be presented showing the high potential and physics opportunities offered by this new radioactive beam facility.
Original languageEnglish
JournalNuclear Physics A
Volume752
Issue number1-4 SPEC. ISS.
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 18 Apr 2005

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