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Multineutron clusters Perspectives to create nuclei 100% neutron-rich

Abstract : A new approach to the production and detection of multineutrons, based on breakup reactions of beams of very neutron-rich nuclei, is presented. The first application of this technique to the breakup of $^{14}$Be into $^{10}$Be and 4n revealed 6 events consistent with the formation of a bound tetraneutron. The description of these data by means of an unbound-tetraneutron resonance is also discussed. The experiments that have been undertaken at GANIL in order to confirm this observation with $^{12, 14}$Be and $^{8}$He beams are presented. Details and illustrations related to this contribution can be found in the conference page at https://www.phy.ornl.gov/enam04/WebTalks/Mo-1.html.
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F.M. Marqués. Multineutron clusters Perspectives to create nuclei 100% neutron-rich. ENAM2004, Sep 2004, Pine Mountain, United States. pp.311-313, ⟨10.1140/epjad/i2005-06-208-8⟩. ⟨in2p3-00025021⟩

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