The 13C(18O,16O)15C and 12C(18O,16O)14C reactions at 84 MeV incident energy were explored up to high excitation energy of the residual nucleus thanks to the use of the MAGNEX spectrometer to detect the ejectiles. In the region above the two-neutron separation energy, a resonance has been observed in both nuclei, attributed to the Giant Pairing Vibration (GPV). The neutron decay of the 15C resonances, including the GPV, populated via the twoneutron transfer reaction has been studied using an innovative technique, which couples MAGNEX with the EDEN neutron detector array. The data show that the 15C GPV mainly decays via two-neutron emission.
|Titolo:||The Giant Pairing Vibration in Carbon isotopes|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|