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Comparison of electromagnetic and nuclear dissociation of ¹⁷Ne

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Fraile Prieto, Luis Mario and otros, ... (2018) Comparison of electromagnetic and nuclear dissociation of ¹⁷Ne. Physical review C, 97 (3). ISSN 2469-9985

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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.97.034612


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The Borromean drip-line nucleus ¹⁷Ne has been suggested to possess a two-proton halo structure in its ground state. In the astrophysical rp-process, where the two-proton capture reaction ¹⁵O(2p,γ) ¹⁷Ne plays an important role, the calculated reaction rate differs by several orders of magnitude between different theoretical approaches. To add to the understanding of the ¹⁷Ne structure we have studied nuclear and electromagnetic dissociation. A 500 MeV/u¹⁷Ne beam was directed toward lead, carbon, and polyethylene targets. Oxygen isotopes in the final state were measured in coincidence with one or two protons. Different reaction branches in the dissociation of ¹⁷Ne were disentangled. The relative populations of s and d states in ¹⁶F were determined for light and heavy targets. The differential cross section for electromagnetic dissociation (EMD) shows a continuous internal energy spectrum in the three-body system ¹⁵O + 2p. The ¹⁷Ne EMD data were compared to current theoretical models. None of them, however, yields satisfactory agreement with the experimental data presented here. These new data may facilitate future development of adequate models for description of the fragmentation process.


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©2018 American Physical Society.
The authors are thankful to N. Shulgina, T. Oishi, and Y. Tian for making available numerical data of the E1 strength for 17Ne and to M. Zhukov and G. Nyman for discussions. This project is supported by NAVI, GSI-TU Darmstadt cooperation, HIC for FAIR, EMMI, and BMBF and from DFG through Grant No. SFB1245 and from BMBF via Project No. 05P15RDFN1, and from the Spanish Ministry by research grant FPA2015-64969-P. C.A.B. acknowledges support by the US DOE Grant No. DE-FG02-08ER41533 and the US NSF Grant No. 1415656.
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Uncontrolled Keywords:Collisions; Capture; State; Decay
Subjects:Sciences > Physics > Nuclear physics
ID Code:47832
Deposited On:11 Jul 2018 11:06
Last Modified:10 Dec 2018 14:57

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