Experimental study of the 19O(d,p)20O reaction in inverse kinematics
The neutron-adding (d,p) reaction was carried out in inverse kinematics to investigate the single-neutron overlap with the 19O ground state. Eight states in 20O were populated with measurable strength and a Q-value resolution of approximately 175 keV FWHM was achieved. Cross sections, angular distributions, spectroscopic factors, and T=1 diagonal two-body matrix elements were deduced. Results are discussed in terms of shell-model calculations confined to the 0d5/2, 1s1/2, and 0d3/2 orbitals. © 2012 American Physical Society.
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Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics
Hoffman, C., Back, B., Kay, B., Schiffer, J., Alcorta, M., Baker, S., Bedoor, S., Bertone, P., Clark, J., Deibel, C., Digiovine, B., Freeman, S., Greene, J., Lighthall, J., Marley, S., Pardo, R., Rehm, K., Rojas, A., Santiago-Gonzalez, D., Sharp, D., Shetty, D., Thomas, J., Wiedenhöver, I., & Wuosmaa, A. (2012). Experimental study of the 19O(d,p)20O reaction in inverse kinematics. Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics, 85 (5) https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.85.054318