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Shell evolution in light nuclei inferred from transfer reactions

Abstract : Recent results on shell evolution in light exotic nuclei obtained through experiments performed at GANIL using the MUST2 particle array are reported. The one-nucleon transfer reactions 20O(d,t) was investigated using a setup combining the MUST2 and TIARA particle arrays, together with EXOGAM germanium detectors. Preliminary results on the populated states as well as comparison with calculated spectroscopic factors are presented. In a second study, the Z=8 shell closure was investigated by means of the two-neutron transfer reaction 14O(p,t) using a set of MUST2 telescopes. A newly observed state at low excitation energy in the unbound 12O points to the Z=8 shell quenching, analogously to the established case at N=8 in the neutron-rich mirror nucleus 12Be
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D. Beaumel. Shell evolution in light nuclei inferred from transfer reactions. Nuclear Physics A, Elsevier, 2010, 834, pp.446C-449C. ⟨10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2010.01.060⟩. ⟨in2p3-00472994⟩



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