- Conference date: 23-27 Jun 1998
- Location: Bellaire, Michigan (USA)
We have produced a secondary radioactive beam of and Coulomb re-excited it. The beam was produced in the reaction at a beam energy of 260 MeV, using the ANL ATLAS accelerator. The residues of interest were separated from other reaction products and non-interacting beam using the Fragment Mass Analyzer (FMA). The beam leaving the FMA was and which was refocused onto a secondary target. We have extracted a spectrum of γ-rays associated with re-excitation of isobars. The re-excitation of stable was observed, which serves as a reference. γ-rays associated with excitation of were also seen. The measured yields indicate that all the states are highly deformed.
- Radioactive beams
- Coulomb excitation
- Excited state reaction dynamics
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