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.
|Title of host publication||NUCLEAR STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS `09|
|Editors||M Milin, T Niksic, D Vretenar, S Szilner|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|
|Name||AIP Conference Proceedings|