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2023HE06      Phys.Lett. B 841, 137933 (2023)

S.Hellgartner, D.Mucher, K.Wimmer, V.Bildstein, J.L.Egido, R.Gernhauser, R.Krucken, A.K.Nowak, M.Zielinska, C.Bauer, M.L.L.Benito, S.Bottoni, H.DeWitte, J.Elseviers, D.Fedorov, F.Flavigny, A.Illana, M.Klintefjord, T.Kroll, R.Lutter, B.Marsh, R.Orlandi, J.Pakarinen, R.Raabe, E.Rapisarda, S.Reichert, P.Reiter, M.Scheck, M.Seidlitz, B.Siebeck, E.Siesling, T.Steinbach, T.Stora, M.Vermeulen, D.Voulot, N.Warr, F.J.C.Wenander

Axial and triaxial degrees of freedom in 72Zn

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 109Ag(72Zn, 72Zn'), E=2.85 MeV/nucleon, [secondary 72Zn beam from U(p, F), E=1.4 GeV primary beam using UCx target, resonant ionization laser ion Source, and High Resolution mass Separator at the REX-ISOLDE-CERN facility]; measured particle spectra using C-REX array of two annular double-sided silicon strip detectors (DSSSD), Doppler-corrected Eγ, Iγ, (particle)γ-coin, σ(θ, E(level)) using Miniball array of eight six-fold segmented HPGe triple cluster detectors for γ radiation. 72Zn; deduced levels, Jπ, E2 matrix elements, B(E2), spectroscopic quadrupole moments for the first two 2+ states, first excited 0+ and first 4+ states using GOSIA-GOSIA2 analysis in multiple safe Coulomb excitation; calculated potential energy surface (PES) in (β, γ) planes for the g.s., first excited 0+ and 2+ states, and the 2+ state of the γ band in the PNAMP approach. Comparison to shell-model calculations using jj44c and JUN45 effective interactions, and to mean-field generator coordinate method (GCM) calculations. Systematics and theoretical predictions of B(E2) values for 62,64,66,68,70,72,74,76,78,80Zn for the first 2+ and 4+ states.

doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2023.137933
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2021SI18      Phys.Rev. C 103, 064606 (2021)

V.Singh, J.Vadas, T.K.Steinbach, B.B.Wiggins, S.Hudan, R.T.deSouza

Assessing the impact of valence sd neutrons and protons on fusion

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(16O, X), E(cm)=16.0, 14.3, 13.1, 12.0, 11.0, 10.1, 8.9, 8.3 MeV; 12C(17F, X), E(cm)=18.82, 17.03, 15.71, 14.53, 13.53, 12.55, 11.26, 10.65 MeV, [17F beam from 2H(16O, n), E≈4.5 MeV/nucleon from John D. Fox accelerator laboratory of Florida State University, followed by separation of fragments using RESOLUT magnetic spectrometer]; measured reaction products, identification and ΔE-TOF spectra of evaporation residues using two microchannel plate detectors together with compact ionization chamber (CID), fusion σ(E). 12C(16O, X), (18O, X), E(cm)=8-27 MeV; 12C(17F, X), (19F, X), (20Ne, X), E(cm)=10-30 MeV; 12C(19F, X), E(cm)=11-22 MeV; 12C(17O, X), E(cm)-VB=0-15.5 MeV; analyzed fusion σ(E) data from present and previous experiments, and compared with predictions of analytic fusion model, one-dimensional barrier-penetration model, time-dependent Hartree Fock (TDHF) model and Coupled-channels calculations using CCFULL code. Relevance to future high-quality measurements of fusion for neutron-rich light nuclei with new generation of radioactive ion-beam facilities.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.103.064606
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2019RO10      Eur.Phys.J. A 55, 48 (2019)

D.Rosiak, M.Seidlitz, P.Reiter, J.Eberth, H.Hess, R.Hirsch, T.Steinbach, N.Warr, C.Le Galliard, I.Matea, T.Nguyen Trung, A.Gottardo

Escape-suppression shield detector for the MINIBALL γ-ray spectrometer

doi: 10.1140/epja/i2019-12702-x
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2018KA27      Phys.Rev. C 98, 014309 (2018)

L.Kaya, A.Vogt, P.Reiter, M.Siciliano, B.Birkenbach, A.Blazhev, L.Coraggio, E.Teruya, N.Yoshinaga, K.Higashiyama, K.Arnswald, D.Bazzacco, A.Bracco, B.Bruyneel, L.Corradi, F.C.L.Crespi, G.de Angelis, J.Eberth, E.Farnea, E.Fioretto, C.Fransen, B.Fu, A.Gadea, A.Gargano, A.Giaz, A.Gorgen, A.Gottardo, K.Hadynska-Klek, H.Hess, R.Hetzenegger, R.Hirsch, N.Itaco, P.R.John, J.Jolie, A.Jungclaus, W.Korten, S.Leoni, L.Lewandowski, S.Lunardi, R.Menegazzo, D.Mengoni, C.Michelagnoli, T.Mijatovic, G.Montagnoli, D.Montanari, C.Muller-Gatermann, D.Napoli, Zs.Podolyak, G.Pollarolo, A.Pullia, M.Queiser, F.Recchia, D.Rosiak, N.Saed-Samii, E.Sahin, F.Scarlassara, D.Schneiders, M.Seidlitz, B.Siebeck, J.F.Smith, P.-A.Soderstrom, A.M.Stefanini, T.Steinbach, O.Stezowski, S.Szilner, B.Szpak, C.Ur, J.J.Valiente-Dobon, K.Wolf, K.O.Zell

High-spin structure in the transitional nucleus 131Xe: Competitive neutron and proton alignment in the vicinity of the N=82 shell closure

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 208Pb(136Xe, X), E=6.84 MeV/nucleon; 238U(136Xe, X), E=7.35 MeV/nucleon; measured projectile-like reaction fragments using PRISMA magnetic spectrometer, Eγ, Iγ, γγ- and (131Xe)γ-coin using AGATA demonstrator array for γ detection at LNL-Legnaro. 124Sn(11B, 3np), E=54 MeV; measured Eγ, Iγ, γγ and pγ-coin, γγ(θ) using HORUS array at Cologne for γ detection and annular double-sided silicon strip detector (DSSSD) for particles. 131Xe; deduced levels, J, π, high-spin states. Comparison with shell-model calculations using several different interactions; discussed systematics of high-spin states in Z=54 nuclei of 123,125,127,129,131Xe, and N=77 nuclei of 127Sn, 129Te131Xe, 133Ba, 135Ce, 137Nd, 139Sm, 141Gd; compiled experimental total aligned angular momentum versus rotational frequency plots for yrast bands in A=117-132 Xe isotopes.

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 131Xe; calculated levels, J, π, contribution of proton and neutron configurations for selected states, proton and neutron occupation numbers in h11/2 orbital, total aligned angular momenta as function of rotational frequency, and B(E2) using shell-model calculations with PQM130, SN100PN, GCN50:82, realistic SM, and SN100-KTH interactions. 129Xe; calculated proton and neutron occupation numbers in h11/2 orbital, total aligned angular momenta as function rotational frequency using shell model. Comparison with experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.98.014309
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2017AR09      Phys.Lett. B 772, 599 (2017)

K.Arnswald, T.Braunroth, M.Seidlitz, L.Coraggio, P.Reiter, B.Birkenbach, A.Blazhev, A.Dewald, C.Fransen, B.Fu, A.Gargano, H.Hess, R.Hirsch, N.Itaco, S.M.Lenzi, L.Lewandowski, J.Litzinger, C.Muller-Gatermann, M.Queiser, D.Rosiak, D.Schneiders, B.Siebeck, T.Steinbach, A.Vogt, K.Wolf, K.O.Zell

Enhanced collectivity along the N = Z line: Lifetime measurements in 44Ti, 48Cr, and 52Fe

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Mg(23Na, xnp)44Ti, 40Ca(10B, np)48Cr, 27Al(28Si, 2np)52Fe, E=62, 26, 86 MeV; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ. 44Ti, 48,50Cr, 52Fe; deduced γ-ray energies, level T1/2, B(E2). Recoil distance Doppler-shift method, comparison with available data.

doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2017.07.032
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2017QU05      Phys.Rev. C 96, 044313 (2017)

M.Queiser, A.Vogt, M.Seidlitz, P.Reiter, T.Togashi, N.Shimizu, Y.Utsuno, T.Otsuka, M.Honma, P.Petkov, K.Arnswald, R.Altenkirch, B.Birkenbach, A.Blazhev, T.Braunroth, A.Dewald, J.Eberth, C.Fransen, B.Fu, H.Hess, R.Hetzenegger, R.Hirsch, J.Jolie, V.Karayonchev, L.Kaya, L.Lewandowski, C.Muller-Gatermann, J.-M.Regis, D.Rosiak, D.Schneiders, B.Siebeck, T.Steinbach, K.Wolf, K.-O.Zell

Cross-shell excitations from the fp shell: Lifetime measurements in 61Zn

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 40Ca(24Mg, n2p), E=77 MeV; 58Ni(α, n), E=19 MeV; measured Eγ, Iγ, γγ-coin, γγ(θ), level half-lives by recoil-distance Doppler-shift (RDDS) method using Cologne plunger device and an array of 12 HPGe detectors, and by γγ(t) electronic fast timing technique using eight HPGe detectors and eight LaBr3:Ce detectors at the Tandem accelerator facility of the University of Cologne. 61Zn; deduced high-spin levels, nano-second isomers, J, π, multipolarities, mixing ratios, B(E2), B(E1), B(M1), B(M2), configurations, deformation. Comparison with shell-model calculations using jj44b, GXPF1, GXPF1A, and GXPF1Br+VMU interactions.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.96.044313
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2017SI03      Phys.Lett. B 765, 99 (2017)

V.Singh, J.Vadas, T.K.Steinbach, B.B.Wiggins, S.Hudan, R.T.deSouza, Z.Lin, C.J.Horowitz, L.T.Baby, S.A.Kuvin, V.Tripathi, I.Wiedenhover, A.S.Umar

Fusion enhancement at near and sub-barrier energies in 19O + 12C

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(18O, X), (19O, X), E(cm)<20 MeV; measured reaction products; deduced σ. comparison with a state-of-the-art microscopic model.

doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2016.12.017
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2017ST05      Eur.Phys.J. A 53, 23 (2017)

T.Steinbach, R.Hirsch, P.Reiter, B.Birkenbach, B.Bruyneel, J.Eberth, R.Gernhauser, H.Hess, L.Lewandowski, L.Maier, M.Schlarb, B.Weiler, M.Winkel

Compton imaging with a highly-segmented, position-sensitive HPGe detector

doi: 10.1140/epja/i2017-12214-9
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2017VO01      Phys.Rev. C 95, 024316 (2017)

A.Vogt, B.Birkenbach, P.Reiter, A.Blazhev, M.Siciliano, K.Hadynska-Klek, J.J.Valiente-Dobon, C.Wheldon, E.Teruya, N.Yoshinaga, K.Arnswald, D.Bazzacco, M.Bowry, A.Bracco, B.Bruyneel, R.S.Chakrawarthy, R.Chapman, D.Cline, L.Corradi, F.C.L.Crespi, M.Cromaz, G.de Angelis, J.Eberth, P.Fallon, E.Farnea, E.Fioretto, S.J.Freeman, B.Fu, A.Gadea, K.Geibel, W.Gelletly, A.Gengelbach, A.Giaz, A.Gorgen, A.Gottardo, A.B.Hayes, H.Hess, R.Hirsch, H.Hua, P.R.John, J.Jolie, A.Jungclaus, L.Kaya, W.Korten, I.Y.Lee, S.Leoni, L.Lewandowski, X.Liang, S.Lunardi, A.O.Macchiavelli, R.Menegazzo, D.Mengoni, C.Michelagnoli, T.Mijatovic, G.Montagnoli, D.Montanari, C.Muller-Gatermann, D.Napoli, C.J.Pearson, L.Pellegri, Zs.Podolyak, G.Pollarolo, A.Pullia, M.Queiser, F.Radeck, F.Recchia, P.H.Regan, D.Rosiak, N.Saed-Samii, E.Sahin, F.Scarlassara, D.Schneiders, M.Seidlitz, B.Siebeck, G.Sletten, J.F.Smith, P.-A.Soderstrom, A.M.Stefanini, T.Steinbach, O.Stezowski, S.Szilner, B.Szpak, R.Teng, C.Ur, V.Vandone, D.D.Warner, A.Wiens, C.Y.Wu, K.O.Zell

Isomers and high-spin structures in the N=81 isotones 135Xe and 137Ba

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 238U(136Xe, X), E=1 GeV; 208Pb(136Xe, X), E=930 MeV; 198Pt(136Xe, X), E=850 MeV; 130Te(11B, 3np)137Ba, E=54 MeV; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ, (particle)γ-coin, γγ-coin, (TKEL)γ-coin, half-lives of isomers by γγ(t). Four experiments carried out using 136Xe beam with 208Pb and 238U targets using PRISMA magnetic mass spectrometer and AGATA demonstrator array at Legnaro PIAVE+ALPI accelerator, 136Xe beam with 198Pt target using GAMMASPHERE and CHICO particle detector arrays at LBNL-cyclotron facility, and 11B beam with 130Te target using HORUS array at Cologne FN Tandem accelerator. 135Xe, 137Ba; deduced levels, J, π, isomers, configurations, B(E2). Comparison with shell-model calculations. Systematics of levels and isomers in N=81 nuclides 131Sn, 133Te, 135Xe, 137Ba, 139Ce, 141Nd, 143Sm and 145Gd.

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 135Xe, 137Ba; calculated levels, J, π, B(E2) using large-scale shell-model with PQM130 and SN100PN interactions, average proton occupation numbers in each single particle orbit of the gdsh model space. Comparison with experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.95.024316
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2016FU09      Phys.Rev. C 94, 034318 (2016)

B.Fu, M.Seidlitz, A.Blazhev, M.Bouhelal, F.Haas, P.Reiter, K.Arnswald, B.Birkenbach, C.Fransen, G.Friessner, A.Hennig, H.Hess, R.Hirsch, L.Lewandowski, D.Schneiders, B.Siebeck, T.Steinbach, T.Thomas, A.Vogt, A.Wendt, K.Wolf, K.O.Zell

γ-ray spectroscopy of 33P and 33S after fusion-evaporation reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 26Mg(13C, npα), (13C, 2nα), E=46 MeV; measured Eγ, Iγ, γγ-coin, γγ(θ) level half-lives by DSAM using HORUS array at Cologne tandem accelerator facility. 33P, 33S; deduced levels, J, π, γ-ray branching ratios, multipolarity and mixing ratios for selected γ rays in 33P. Comparison with truncated p-sd-pf shell model calculations using the PSDPF interaction.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.94.034318
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2016GR17      Eur.Phys.J. A 52, 340 (2016)

T.Grahn, J.Pakarinen, L.Jokiniemi, M.Albers, K.Auranen, C.Bauer, C.Bernards, A.Blazhev, P.A.Butler, S.Bonig, A.Damyanova, T.De Coster, H.De Witte, J.Elseviers, L.P.Gaffney, M.Huyse, A.Herzan, U.Jakobsson, R.Julin, N.Kesteloot, J.Konki, Th.Kroll, L.Lewandowski, K.Moschner, P.Peura, M.Pfeiffer, D.Radeck, P.Rahkila, E.Rapisarda, P.Reiter, K.Reynders, M.Rudiger, M.-D.Salsac, S.Sambi, M.Scheck, M.Seidlitz, B.Siebeck, T.Steinbach, S.Stolze, J.Suhonen, P.Thoele, M.Thurauf, N.Warr, P.Van Duppen, M.Venhart, M.J.Vermeulen, V.Werner, M.Veselsky, A.Vogt, K.Wrzosek-Lipska, M.Zielinska

Collective 2+1 excitations in 206Po and 208, 210Rn

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 104Pd, 114Cd(206Po, x), E=2.85 MeV/nucleon;104Pd, 114Cd(208Rn, x), (210Rn, x), E=2.82 MeV/nucleon; measured Coulomb excitation Eγ, Iγ, γγ-coin using MINIBALL γ spectrometer, scattered projectiles and target recoils using annular double-sided Si strip detectors (CD), time difference between MINIBALL γ's and CD data; deduced γ ray energy spectra, diagonal vs transitional matrix element, B(E2); calculated B(E2) using QRPA.

doi: 10.1140/epja/i2016-16340-6
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2016VO04      Phys.Rev. C 93, 054325 (2016)

A.Vogt, B.Birkenbach, P.Reiter, A.Blazhev, M.Siciliano, J.J.Valiente-Dobon, C.Wheldon, D.Bazzacco, M.Bowry, A.Bracco, B.Bruyneel, R.S.Chakrawarthy, R.Chapman, D.Cline, L.Corradi, F.C.L.Crespi, M.Cromaz, G.de Angelis, J.Eberth, P.Fallon, E.Farnea, E.Fioretto, S.J.Freeman, A.Gadea, K.Geibel, W.Gelletly, A.Gengelbach, A.Giaz, A.Gorgen, A.Gottardo, A.B.Hayes, H.Hess, H.Hua, P.R.John, J.Jolie, A.Jungclaus, W.Korten, I.Y.Lee, S.Leoni, X.Liang, S.Lunardi, A.O.Macchiavelli, R.Menegazzo, D.Mengoni, C.Michelagnoli, T.Mijatovic, G.Montagnoli, D.Montanari, D.Napoli, C.J.Pearson, L.Pellegri, Zs.Podolyak, G.Pollarolo, A.Pullia, F.Radeck, F.Recchia, P.H.Regan, E.Sahin, F.Scarlassara, G.Sletten, J.F.Smith, P.-A.Soderstrom, A.M.Stefanini, T.Steinbach, O.Stezowski, S.Szilner, B.Szpak, R.Teng, C.Ur, V.Vandone, D.Ward, D.D.Warner, A.Wiens, C.Y.Wu

High-spin structure of 134Xe

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 198Pt(136Xe, 134Xe), E=850 MeV; 208Pb(136Xe, 134Xe), E=930 MeV; 238U(136Xe, 134Xe), E=1 GeV; measured Eγ, Iγ, γγ-coin, γ(θ), time-of-flight total kinetic energy loss (TKEL) using Gammasphere and Chico arrays at LBNL cyclotron facility for the 198Pt+136Xe reaction, and PRISMA spectrometer, Dante and AGATA arrays at PIAVE+ALPI accelerator complex for the 208Pb+136Xe and 238U+136Xe reactions. 134Xe; deduced high-spin levels, J, π, multipolarity, configurations. Comparison with shell-model calculations using the jj55 effective interaction.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.93.054325
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2015BI08      Phys.Rev. C 92, 044319 (2015)

B.Birkenbach, A.Vogt, K.Geibel, F.Recchia, P.Reiter, J.J.Valiente-Dobon, D.Bazzacco, M.Bowry, A.Bracco, B.Bruyneel, L.Corradi, F.C.L.Crespi, G.de Angelis, P.Desesquelles, J.Eberth, E.Farnea, E.Fioretto, A.Gadea, A.Gengelbach, A.Giaz, A.Gorgen, A.Gottardo, J.Grebosz, H.Hess, P.R.John, J.Jolie, D.S.Judson, A.Jungclaus, W.Korten, S.Lenzi, S.Leoni, S.Lunardi, R.Menegazzo, D.Mengoni, C.Michelagnoli, T.Mijatovic, G.Montagnoli, D.Montanari, D.Napoli, L.Pellegri, G.Pollarolo, A.Pullia, B.Quintana, F.Radeck, D.Rosso, E.Sahin, M.D.Salsac, F.Scarlassara, P.-A.Soderstrom, A.M.Stefanini, T.Steinbach, O.Stezowski, S.Szilner, B.Szpak, Ch.Theisen, C.Ur, V.Vandone, A.Wiens

Spectroscopy of the neutron-rich actinide nucleus 240U following multinucleon-transfer reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 238U(70Zn, X), E=460 MeV; 238U(136Xe, X), E=1 GeV; measured Eγ, Iγ, (reaction products)γ-, γγ-coin, TKEL spectrum using PRISMA magnetic spectrometer, DANTE particle-detector array, and CLARA, AGATA γ arrays at INFN-LNL Legnaro facility. 240U; deduced levels, J, π, bands, kinetic moment of inertia, staggering in bands for 236,238,240U. Comparison of level structure with predictions of cluster model, macroscopic-microscopic approach, and dynamical coupling model. Comparison of moment of inertia with theoretical predictions using CRHB+LN(NL1) and CRHB+LN(NL3*) calculations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.92.044319
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2015VA21      Phys.Rev. C 92, 064610 (2015)

J.Vadas, T.K.Steinbach, J.Schmidt, V.Singh, C.Haycraft, S.Hudan, R.T.deSouza, L.T.Baby, S.A.Kuvin, I.Wiedenhover

Evidence for survival of the α cluster structure in light nuclei through the fusion process

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(18O, X), E=16.25, 17.5, 18.8, 20, 22.5, 25, 27.5, 32, 36 MeV; measured energy versus time-of-flight spectrum of evaporation residues (ER), σ(θ, E) and yields of ERs, Eα, Iα, α(θ), average energy of α particles at Florida State Tandem accelerator facility. Comparison with statistical model calculations using EVPAOR and PACE4 codes, and with experimental data for 12,13C(16O, X), E(cm)=6-15 MeV.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.92.064610
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2015VO11      Phys.Rev. C 92, 024619 (2015)

A.Vogt, B.Birkenbach, P.Reiter, L.Corradi, T.Mijatovic, D.Montanari, S.Szilner, D.Bazzacco, M.Bowry, A.Bracco, B.Bruyneel, F.C.L.Crespi, G.de Angelis, P.Desesquelles, J.Eberth, E.Farnea, E.Fioretto, A.Gadea, K.Geibel, A.Gengelbach, A.Giaz, A.Gorgen, A.Gottardo, J.Grebosz, H.Hess, P.R.John, J.Jolie, D.S.Judson, A.Jungclaus, W.Korten, S.Leoni, S.Lunardi, R.Menegazzo, D.Mengoni, C.Michelagnoli, G.Montagnoli, D.Napoli, L.Pellegri, G.Pollarolo, A.Pullia, B.Quintana, F.Radeck, F.Recchia, D.Rosso, E.Sahin, M.D.Salsac, F.Scarlassara, P.-A.Soderstrom, A.M.Stefanini, T.Steinbach, O.Stezowski, B.Szpak, Ch.Theisen, C.Ur, J.J.Valiente-Dobon, V.Vandone, A.Wiens

Light and heavy transfer products in 136Xe + 238U multinucleon transfer reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 238U(136Xe, F)130Ba/131Ba/132Ba/133Ba/134Ba/135Ba/136Ba/137Ba/138Ba/139Ba/140Ba/141Ba/142Ba/143Ba/144Ba, 123Cs/124Cs/125Cs/126Cs/127Cs/128Cs/129Cs/130Cs/131Cs/132Cs/133Cs/134Cs/135Cs/136Cs/137Cs/138Cs/139Cs/140Cs/141Cs/142Cs/143Cs/126Xe/127Xe/128Xe/129Xe/130Xe/131Xe/132Xe/133Xe/134Xe/135Xe/136Xe/137Xe/138Xe/139Xe/140Xe/141Xe/142Xe/122I/123I/124I/125I/126I/127I/128I/129I/130I/131I/132I/133I/134I/135I/136I/137I/138I/139I/140I/141I/121Te/122Te/123Te/124Te/125Te/126Te/127Te/128Te/129Te/130Te/131Te/132Te/133Te/134Te/135Te/136Te/236U/237U/238U/239U/240U/Th/Ac/Np/Pu, E=1 GeV; measured projectile-like reaction products, Doppler-corrected Eγ, Iγ, (particle)γ-coin, E(x ray), I(x ray) for Z=89-94 products, yield distribution of Z=31-57 products, mass spectra for Te to Ba region, σ, time-of-flight difference spectrum using PRISMA magnetic spectrometer, multichannel-plate detector DANTE, and Advanced Gamma Tracking Array (AGATA) at PIAVE-ALPI accelerator complex of INFN-LNL-Lenargo; deduced Matrix of time difference between PRISMA and DANTE as function of the total kinetic energy loss (TKEL) for particle transfer, fission, and elastically scattered 136Xe events, mass-integrated yields of actinide nuclei. 74Ge(n, n'γ), E=transfer neutrons; measured Iγ of neutron-induced background radiation with gates on the transfer- and fission-like Δ(TOF) peak. 236,238U; deduced levels J, π, rotational bands. 239U; observed γ-rays. Comparison with coupled-channel semiclassical calculations using GRAZING code.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.92.024619
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2014KR05      Phys.Scr. 89, 054016 (2014)

M.Krzysiek, M.Kmiecik, A.Maj, P.Bednarczyk, M.Ciemala, B.Fornal, J.Grebosz, K.Mazurek, W.Meczynski, M.Zieblinski, F.C.L.Crespi, A.Bracco, G.Benzoni, N.Blasi, C.Boiano, S.Bottoni, S.Brambilla, F.Camera, A.Giaz, S.Leoni, B.Million, A.I.Morales, R.Nicolini, L.Pellegri, S.Riboldi, V.Vandone, O.Wieland, G.De Angelis, D.R.Napoli, J.J.Valiente-Dobon, D.Bazzacco, E.Farnea, A.Gottardo, S.Lenzi, S.Lunardi, D.Mengoni, C.Michelagnoli, F.Recchia, C.Ur, A.Gadea, T.Huyuk, D.Barrientos, B.Birkenbach, K.Geibel, H.Hess, P.Reiter, T.Steinbach, A.Wiens, A.Burger, A.Gorgen, M.Guttormsen, A.C.Larsen, S.Siem

Study of the soft dipole modes in 140Ce via inelastic scattering of 17O

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 140Ce(17O, 17O), E=20 MeV/nucleon; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ; deduced angular distributions of emitted γ-rays and spectra.

doi: 10.1088/0031-8949/89/5/054016
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2014SE02      Phys.Rev. C 89, 024309 (2014)

M.Seidlitz, P.Reiter, R.Altenkirch, B.Bastin, C.Bauer, A.Blazhev, N.Bree, B.Bruyneel, P.A.Butler, J.Cederkall, T.Davinson, H.De Witte, D.D.DiJulio, J.Diriken, L.P.Gaffney, K.Geibel, G.Georgiev, R.Gernhauser, M.Huyse, N.Kesteloot, T.Kroll, R.Krucken, R.Lutter, J.Pakarinen, F.Radeck, M.Scheck, D.Schneiders, B.Siebeck, C.Sotty, T.Steinbach, J.Taprogge, P.Van Duppen, J.Van de Walle, D.Voulot, N.Warr, F.Wenander, K.Wimmer, P.J.Woods, K.Wrzosek-Lipska

Coulomb excitation of 29, 30Na: Mapping the borders of the island of inversion

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 104Pd(29Na, 29Na'), (30Na, 30Na'), E=2.85 MeV/nucleon; 120Sn(30Na, 30Na'), E=2.85 MeV/nucleon, [secondary 29,30Na beams from U(p, X), E=1.4 GeV primary reaction]; measured Eγ, Iγ, scattered particle spectra, γγ-, (particle)γγ-coin using MINIBALL array, REXEBIS and Penning trap system at REX-ISOLDE-CERN facility. Coulomb excitation, GOSIA analysis. 29,30Na; deduced levels, J, π, B(E2), B(M1), intruder admixtures, island of inversion. 104Pd; deduced level, excitation yield; used for normalizing data for 29Na. Comparison with previous experimental results, and with Monte Carlo shell model calculations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.89.024309
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2014ST06      Nucl.Instrum.Methods Phys.Res. A743, 5 (2014)

T.K.Steinbach, M.J.Rudolph, Z.Q.Gosser, K.Brown, B.Floyd, S.Hudan, R.T.deSouza, J.F.Liang, D.Shapira, M.Famiano

Measuring the fusion cross-section of light nuclei with low-intensity beams

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(20O, X)32Si, E(cm)=7.05-11.96 MeV; measured reaction products; deduced fusion σ. Comparison with available data.

doi: 10.1016/j.nima.2013.12.045
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2014ST22      Phys.Rev. C 90, 041603 (2014)

T.K.Steinbach, J.Vadas, J.Schmidt, C.Haycraft, S.Hudan, R.T.deSouza, L.T.Baby, S.A.Kuvin, I.Wiedenhover, A.S.Umar, V.E.Oberacker

Sub-barrier enhancement of fusion as compared to a microscopic method in 18O + 12C

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(18O, X), E=16.25, 36 MeV; measured fragment spectra, fusion σ(E) in sub-barrier domain, time-of-flight (TOF) technique at FSU tandem accelerator facility. Pulsed beam. Comparison with previous experimental results, and with density-constrained time-dependent Hartree-Fock (DC-TDHF) and coupled channel calculations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.90.041603
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