The Li-9 + H-2 -> Li-10 + H-1 one-neutron transfer reaction has been performed at 100 MeV incident energy at TRIUMF using a Li-9 beam delivered by the ISAC-II facility. A setup based on double-sided silicon strip detectors has been used in order to detect and identify the outgoing Li-9 produced by the Li-10 breakup at forward angles and the recoil protons emitted at backward angles. The Li-10 low-lying resonances, whose energies, widths and configurations are still unclear, have been populated with significant statistics.

10Li low-lying resonances populated by one-neutron transfer

CAPPUZZELLO, FRANCESCO;FOTI, Antonino;
2015-01-01

Abstract

The Li-9 + H-2 -> Li-10 + H-1 one-neutron transfer reaction has been performed at 100 MeV incident energy at TRIUMF using a Li-9 beam delivered by the ISAC-II facility. A setup based on double-sided silicon strip detectors has been used in order to detect and identify the outgoing Li-9 produced by the Li-10 breakup at forward angles and the recoil protons emitted at backward angles. The Li-10 low-lying resonances, whose energies, widths and configurations are still unclear, have been populated with significant statistics.
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