- Conference date: 12-17 September 2005
- Location: Isle of Kos (Greece)
Deep‐inelastic and multi‐nucleon transfer reactions can be used to populate nuclei with relatively large neutron excess. Recently, at the Laboratori Nazionali di Legnaro, a setup consisting on an efficient γ‐ray detection system CLARA coupled to the large acceptance magnetic spectrometer PRISMA, capable of tracking the trajectories of the reaction products, has been assembled. During the first year of activity, the experiments performed with the CLARA‐PRISMA setup, have been focused mainly on the nuclear structure of neutron‐rich nuclei. In particular, nuclei around N=20, N=50 and lying in the A∼60 transitional region with N<40, have been investigated. In this contribution, results of these experiments will be reported.
- Neutron spectroscopy
- Nuclear reactions
- Nuclear structure
- Transfer reactions
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