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The Search for Neutral Nuclei

Abstract : The long debate on the possible existence of neutral nuclei has been recently revived by the application of a new experimental approach, which lead to the observation of few events consistent with the formation of a bound 4n in the breakup of 14Be. The description of these events by a resonant (low‐energy) 4n state is discussed. Finally, the preliminary results of an experiment measuring the breakup reaction (12Be, 2α4n) are presented.
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F.M. Marqués. The Search for Neutral Nuclei. Tours Symposium on Nuclear Physics V, 2003, Tours, France. pp.26-29, ⟨10.1063/1.1737108⟩. ⟨in2p3-00671404⟩



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