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The 17 O ( n th , α ) 14 C reaction cross section was determined at the high flux reactor of the ILL in Grenoble relative to the known 14 N ( n th , p ) 14 C cross section. For the flux calibration measurements, 14 N 2 from the air was used. The 17 O ( n , α ) measurements were performed with...
High-spin states in 108 Sb were populated using the 54 Fe ( 58 Ni , 3 p n ) reaction at a beam energy of 243 MeV and the subsequent γ decay was studied using the Gammasphere array. A new sequence of magnetic dipole transitions has been observed in addition to a previously known M 1 band in 108...
We show results from an analysis performed to test the resolving power of a two-dimensional χ 2 method proposed previously when applied to the case of kaon interferometry, where no significant contribution from long-lived resonances is expected. For that purpose, use is made of the preliminary...
Neutron deficient collision products with Z = 30 to 40 at high excitations are investigated. The proton drip line is significantly altered due to temperature and rotation. The effects of thermal and rotational excitations on proton separation energy are investigated. The level density parameter...
In this paper we reconcile two contradictory statements about deep inelastic scattering in manifestly covariant theories: (i) the scattering must be gauge invariant, even in the deep inelastic limit, and (ii) the pole term (which is not gauge invariant in a covariant theory) dominates the...
We use the three-body model and the sudden approximation to compute angular correlations in high-energy fragmentation reactions of two-neutron halos on light targets. The contribution from one-neutron absorption by far dominates over that of neutron scattering. We use 6 He ( n + n + α ) and 11...
The differential cross section of Delbrück scattering is measured on a bismuth germanate ( Bi 4 Ge 3 O 12 ) target at photon energies 140–450 MeV and scattering angles 2.6–16.6 mrad. A good agreement with the theoretical results, obtained exactly in a Coulomb field, is found.
The isothermal and isentropic incompressibility of asymmetrical nuclear matter are investigated in the framework of the lowest order constrained variational method. Various phenomenological nucleon-nucleon interactions, namely, the Reid, the Δ -Reid, and the new Argonne potentials are used. It...
A recently constructed strangeness-including statistical bootstrap model (SSBM), which defines the limits of the hadronic phase and provides for a phase beyond, is further extended so as to include a factor γ s that describes strangeness suppression. The model is then used to analyze the...
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