Structure of the brunnian nucleus $^{10}$C

Abstract : The 2 ALPHA+ 2p breakup and structure of the only known Brunnian nucleus, 10C, has been studied at 33.3 MeV/nucleon. Detection of the 2ALPHA + 2p breakup fragments using a highly segmented Si-Si-Si-CsI detector array has allowed the 10C -> 9B -> p, 9B -> 8Be + p, 8Be -> ALPHA + ALPHA and 10C -> 6Be + ALPHA, 6Be -> 5Li + p, 5Li -> ALPHA + p decay channels to be reconstructed. Proton emission was seen to be favoured. Resonant breakup was observed from excited states at Ex = 4.20, 5.31 and 6.74 MeV. The previously unobserved state at 4.20 MeV may correspond to a 0+ ALPHA + 2p + ALPHA cluster structure.
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N. Curtis, N.L. Achouri, N. Ashwood, H. Bohlen, W. Catford, et al.. Structure of the brunnian nucleus $^{10}$C. 9th International Conference on Clustering Aspects of Nuclear Structure and Dynamics, 2007, Stratford upon Avon, United Kingdom. pp.012022, ⟨10.1088/1742-6596/111/1/012022⟩. ⟨in2p3-00338056⟩

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