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International Symposium on Exotic Nuclear Structures ENS 2000, Debrecen : Hungary
Study of the neutron-rich Ar, Cl, S and P nuclei near the N=28 closed shell
D. Sohler, J. Timar, Z. Dombradi, B.M. Nyako, F. Azaiez1, O. Sorlin1, F. Amorini1, M. Belleguic1, C. Bourgeois1, C. Donzaud1, J. Duprat, D. Guillemaud-Mueller1, F. Ibrahim1, L. Petizon1, J.A. Scarpaci1, C. Stodel, M. Stanoiu, M.J. Lopez, F. Sarazin, M.G. Saint-Laurent, G. Voltolini, D. Baiborodin, S.M. Lukyanov, V. Maslov, Y.E. Penionzhkevich, A. Bauchet, F. Becker, C. Theisen, C. Borcea, Z. Dlouhy, J. Mrazek, R. Lucas, C. Moore, M. Taylor, G. Sletten, F. Nowacki

Excited states of neutron-rich Ar, Cl, S and P isotopes have been produced via fragmentation of a Ca-48 beam at the GANIL, and studied by using segmented clover Ge and BaF2 gamma -ray detectors in addition to the SPEG. In the present contribution the in-beam gamma -spectroscopic results obtained on S-40,S-42,S-44 and Ar-46 are discussed and compared with the results of a recent large-scale shell model calculation. Evidence has been deduced on coexistence of spherical and deformed shapes in the S-44 nucleus
1 :  IPNO - Institut de Physique Nucléaire d'Orsay
Physique/Physique Nucléaire Expérimentale