# Studies of the Single Particle Structure of Exotic Nuclei using Transfer Reactions

Abstract : The TIARA+VAMOS+EXOGAM set-up has recently been installed at GANIL to study the single-particle structure of exotic nuclei. The unique characteristics of the TIARA array, combined with the large acceptance spectrometer VAMOS and the high efficiency Germanium detector array EXOGAM, has allowed high-resolution measurements of transfer reactions in inverse kinematics using low intensity exotic beams. We will describe the experimental set-up, data analysis and preliminary results of the first experiments using a $^{24}$Ne beam from SPIRAL, concentrating in particular on the performance of VAMOS that has been used to detect the heavy fragments after the (d,p), (d,d) and (d,t) reactions.
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B. Fernández-Domínguez, R. C. Lemmon, C. Timis, M. Labiche, W. N. Catford, et al.. Studies of the Single Particle Structure of Exotic Nuclei using Transfer Reactions. Frontiers in Nuclear Structure, Astrophysics, and Reactions - FINUSTAR, Sep 2005, Isle of Kos, Greece. pp.347-351, ⟨10.1063/1.2200951⟩. ⟨in2p3-00087220⟩

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