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Neutron-hole states in $$^{131}$$Sn and spin-orbit splitting in neutron-rich nuclei

Orlandi, R.; Pain, S. D.*; Ahn, S.*; Jungclaus, A.*; Schmitt, K. T.*; Bardayan, D. W.*; Catford, W. N.*; Chapman, R.*; Chipps, K. A.*; Cizewski, J. A.*; et al.

Physics Letters B, 785, p.615 - 620, 2018/10

 被引用回数:1 パーセンタイル:49.68(Astronomy & Astrophysics)

Low-lying neutron-hole states in $$^{131}$$Sn were populated via the $$^{132}$$Sn(d,t) reaction at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The triton angular distributions were compared to DWBA calculations and revealed spectroscopic factors compatible with a single-hole nature of the states populated. The data permit to determine the spin-orbit splitting of the strongly bound $$d_{3/2}$$ and $$d_{5/2}$$ neutron orbits below the shell gap, which was compared to the splitting of the weakly bound 3$$p$$ and 2$$f$$ orbits above the gap. The comparison revealed a smaller energy splitting of the 3$$p$$ orbits. All splittings were reproduced using Woods-Saxon calculations, and the lower splitting of the 3$$p$$ orbits was explained to arise from the large radial extent of the wavefunction and small value of the amplitude at the surface. This result is important to understand at a fundamental level the spin-orbit interaction, and its effects on neutron-rich nuclei.

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Excitation energy dependence of fragment-mass distributions from fission of $$^{180,190}$$Hg formed in fusion reactions of $$^{36}$$Ar + $$^{144,154}$$Sm

西尾 勝久; Andreyev, A. N.*; Chapman, R.*; Derkx, X.*; D$"u$llmann, C. E.*; Ghys, L.*; He${ss}$berger, F. P.*; 廣瀬 健太郎; 池添 博*; Khuyagbaatar, J.*; et al.

Physics Letters B, 748, p.89 - 94, 2015/09

 被引用回数:9 パーセンタイル:26.51(Astronomy & Astrophysics)

Mass distributions of fission fragments from the compound nuclei $$^{180}$$Hg and $$^{190}$$Hg formed in fusion reactions $$^{36}$$Ar+$$^{144}$$Sm and $$^{36}$$Ar+$$^{154}$$Sm, respectively, were measured at initial excitation energies of $$E^*$$($$^{180}$$Hg)=,33$$-$$66 MeV and $$E^*$$($$^{190}$$Hg)=,48$$-$$71 MeV. In the fission of $$^{180}$$Hg, the mass spectra were well reproduced by assuming only an asymmetric-mass division, with most probable light and heavy fragment masses $$bar{A}_{rm L}$$/$$bar{A}_{rm H}=$$79$$/$$101. The mass asymmetry for $$^{180}$$Hg agrees well with that obtained in the low-energy $$beta^textrm{+}$$/EC-delayed fission of $$^{180}$$Tl, from our earlier ISOLDE(CERN) experiment. Fission of $$^{190}$$Hg is found to proceed in a similar way, delivering the mass asymmetry of $$bar{A}_{rm L}$$/$$bar{A}_{rm H}=$$83$$/$$107, throughout the measured excitation energy range. The persistence as a function of excitation energy of the mass-asymmetric fission for both proton-rich Hg isotopes gives strong evidence for the survival of microscopic effects up to effective excitation energies of compound nuclei as high as 40,MeV. This behavior is different from fission of actinide nuclei and heavier mercury isotope $$^{198}$$Hg.

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Single-neutron orbits near $$^{78}$$Ni; Spectroscopy of the N=49 isotope $$^{79}$$Zn

Orlandi, R.; M$"u$cher, D.*; Raabe, R.*; Jungclaus, A.*; Pain, S. D.*; Bildstein, V.*; Chapman, R.*; de Angelis, G.*; Johansen, J. G.*; Van Duppen, P.*; et al.

Physics Letters B, 740, p.298 - 302, 2015/01

 被引用回数:15 パーセンタイル:13.65(Astronomy & Astrophysics)

Single-neutron states in $$^{79}$$Zn have been populated using the reaction $$^{78}$$Zn(d,p) at REX-Isolde, CERN. The analysis reveals that the lowest excited states in $$^{79}$$Zn lie at approximately 1 MeV, and involve neutron orbits above the N=50 shell gap. A 5/2$$^{+}$$ configuration was assigned to the 983-keV state. Comparison with large-scale shell model calculations supports a robust neutron N=50 shell closure for $$^{78}$$Ni. These data constitute an important step towards the understanding the magicity of $$^{78}$$Ni and the structure of nuclei in the region.

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Low-energy states in $$^{79}$$Zn and the structure of $$^{78}$$Ni

Orlandi, R.; M$"u$cher, D.*; Raabe, R.*; Jungclaus, A.*; Pain, S. D.*; Bildstein, V.*; Chapman, R.*; de Angelis, G.*; Johansen, J. G.*; Van Duppen, P.*; et al.

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Single-neutron states in the $$N$$ = 49 isotope $$^{79}$$Zn were populated in the $$^{78}$$Zn(d,p)$$^{79}$$Zn transfer reaction at REX-ISOLDE, CERN. The combined detection of protons ejected in the reaction and of $$gamma$$ rays emitted by $$^{79}$$Zn permitted the identification of the lowest-lying 5/2$$^+$$ and 1/2$$^+$$ excited states. The analysis of proton angular distributions links these states to a significant amount of single-particle strength around 1 MeV, and specifically to the $$nu$$d$$_{5/2}$$ and $$nu$$s$$_{1/2}$$ neutron orbits, which lie above the $$N$$ = 50 neutron shell gap. Comparison with large-scale-shell-model calculations supports a robust $$N$$ = 50 shell-closure for $$^{78}$$Ni. These data constitute a considerable step towards the understanding of the magicity of $$^{78}$$Ni and of the structure of isotopes in the region.

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Neutron hole states in $$^{131}$$Sn studied via the $$^{132}$$Sn(d,t)$$^{131}$$Sn reaction

Orlandi, R.; Pain, S. D.*; Bardayan, D. W.*; Gross, C. J.*; Smith, M. S.*; Jungclaus, A.*; Ahn, S.*; Jones, K. L.*; Pittman, S. T.*; Schmitt, K. T.*; et al.

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Knowledge of single-particle energies in the vicinity of exotic doubly-magic nuclei is of critical importance to understand evolution of nuclear structure. In the present work, the $$^{132}$$Sn(d,t)$$^{131}$$Sn reaction (Q=-1.055 MeV) was studied in inverse kinematics at HRIBF of Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The $$^{132}$$Sn ISOL beam was post-accelerated to an energy of 4.39 MeV/u using the ORNL HRIBF accelerator. The beam (average intensity of $$sim$$1.2e4 pps) impinged on a $$sim$$250 $$mu$$g/cm$$^{2}$$ deuterated polyethylene target, for approximately 4 days. Ejected tritons were detected using the Super ORRUBA array of segmented Si telescopes. Low-lying states in $$^{131}$$Sn were populated in the experiment. Preliminary results will be shown.

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