- Conference date: 13-19 July 2003
- Location: Crete (Greece)
The Coupled Cyclotron Facility at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory at Michigan State University provides a large variety of new isotopes previously inaccessible and others at rates sufficienct for in‐beam spectroscopy. This talk presents some of our recent results elucidating the structure of exotic nuclei.
After a general overview of scientific highlights from the first two years of operation particular results from several in‐beam gamma‐ray spectroscopy experiments in the vicinities of neutron numbers N=16, N=20, N=28 in the π(sd) shell around 56 Ni will be discussed. Inelastic scattering experiments with gamma‐ray detection on light and heavy targets have determined specific transition matrix elements and excited state energies. One‐ and two‐particle nucleon knockout reactions were used to investigate the wave functions of specific states and to deduce corresponding spectroscopic factors.
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