Transfer Reactions on Neutron-rich Nuclei at REX-ISOLDE

Th. Kroell, V. Bildstein, K. Wimmer, R. Kruecken, R. Gernhaeuser, R. Lutter, W. Schwerdtfeger, P. Thirolf, B. Bastin, N. Bree, J. Diriken, M. Huyse, N. Patronis, R. Raabe, P. Van Duppen, P. Vermaelen, J. Cederkaell, E. Clement, J. Van de Walle, D. VoulotF. Wenander, A. Blazhev, M. Kalkuehler, P. Reiter, M. Seidlitz, N. Warr, A. Deacon, C. Fitzpatrick, S. Freeman, S. Das Gupta, G. Lo Bianco, S. Nardelli, E. Fiori, G. Georgiev, A. Scheck, L. M. Fraile, D. Balabanski, T. Nilsson, E. Tengborn, J. Butterworth, B. S. Nara Singh, L. Angus, R. Chapman, B. Hadinia, R. Orlandi, J. F. Smith, P. Wady, G. Schrieder, M. Labiche, J. Johansen, K. Riisager, H. B. Jeppesen, A. O. Macchiavelli, T. Davinson, REX-ISOLDE Collaboration, MINIBALL Collaboration

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We report on one- and two-neutron transfer reactions to study the single-particle properties of nuclei at the border of the ``island of inversion''. The (d,p)- and (t,p)-reactions in inverse kinematics on the neutron-rich isotope (30)Mg, delivered as radioactive beam by the REX-ISOLDE facility, have been investigated. The outgoing protons have been detected and identified by a newly built array of Si detectors. The gamma-decay of excited states has been detected in coincidence by the MINIBALL array. First results for (31)Mg and from the search for the second, spherical, 0(+) state in (32)Mg are presented.
Original languageUndefined/Unknown
Title of host publicationNUCLEAR STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS `09
EditorsM Milin, T Niksic, D Vretenar, S Szilner
Pages363-368
Number of pages6
Volume1165
Publication statusPublished - 2009

Publication series

NameAIP Conference Proceedings

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