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Light Nuclei in the Continuum

Abstract : The development of light, neutron-rich beams has opened in the last decade new perspectives for the study of many-neutron systems. Breakup experiments at GANIL are described, using beams of 6,8He, 11Li, 14Be and 15B at several tens of MeV/N. Our approach is based on the detection in coincidence of the breakup fragment and the neutrons in order to investigate the different correlations in the final state of these very neutron-rich systems. Several particular cases are discussed: fragment-n correlations in unbound 7He, 10Li and 9He; 2n correlations in 6He, 11Li and 14Be; and three-body and 4n correlations in 8He and 14Be.
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F.M. Marqués. Light Nuclei in the Continuum. Workshop on the Critical Stability of Few-Body Quantum Systems, 2008, Sicile, Italy. pp.137-139, ⟨10.1007/s00601-009-0027-6⟩. ⟨in2p3-00429904⟩



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