- Conference date: 22-25 May 2002
- Location: Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming (USA)
Radioactive Nuclear Beams (RNBs) are opening new regions of the nuclear landscape to nuclear structure studies. Early experiments with RNBs rely on reactions with large cross sections, inverse kinematics, and very efficient detector geometries in order to measure observables that are very sensitive to structural features. A Coulomb excitation experiment extracted the B(E2; ) values of the neutron rich RNBs 132,134Te at the HRIBF with the GRAFIK through‐well NaI(Tl) detector. In addition, other experiments with RNBs, such as Coulomb excitation of octupole states and reorientation experiments, inelastic scattering, and single‐particle transfer, will be discussed.
- Coulomb excitation
- Nuclear structure
- Radioactive beams
- Chemical reaction cross sections
- Excited state reaction dynamics
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