The study of cluster states in neutron-rich Be and C isotopes is a subject of interest in Nuclear Physics. These states should be characterized by high deformation where α-clusters are bounded by valence neutrons. We performed a spectroscopic study of 10Be and 16C isotopes via projectile break-up reactions, by using radioactive beams produced at the INFN-LNS FRIBs facility and the Chimera 4π array. The possible evidence of a new 10Be state at 13.5 MeV excitation energy was found in the 6He+4He disintegration channel. The spectroscopy of 16C was studied via the 6He+10Be break-up channel; in this case we found the indication of a possible new state at about 20.6 MeV.

Structure of 10Be and 16C nuclei via break-up reactions studied with the 4π Chimera array

Dell'Aquila, D.;Acosta, L.;Amorini, F.;Auditore, L.;Cardella, G.;De Filippo, E.;Francalanza, L.;Gnoffo, B.;Lanzalone, G.;Martorana, N.;Minniti, T.;Pagano, A.;Pagano, E. V.;Papa, M.;Pirrone, S.;Politi, G.;Porto, F.;Quattrocchi, L.;Rizzo, F.;Rosato, E.;Russotto, P.;Trimarchi, M.;Verde, G.;
2018-01-01

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The study of cluster states in neutron-rich Be and C isotopes is a subject of interest in Nuclear Physics. These states should be characterized by high deformation where α-clusters are bounded by valence neutrons. We performed a spectroscopic study of 10Be and 16C isotopes via projectile break-up reactions, by using radioactive beams produced at the INFN-LNS FRIBs facility and the Chimera 4π array. The possible evidence of a new 10Be state at 13.5 MeV excitation energy was found in the 6He+4He disintegration channel. The spectroscopy of 16C was studied via the 6He+10Be break-up channel; in this case we found the indication of a possible new state at about 20.6 MeV.
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