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Study of $^{19}$C by One-Neutron Knockout

Jongwon Hwang
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Sunji Kim
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Yoshiteru Satou
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N.A. Orr
Takashi Nakamura
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Yosuke Kondo
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J. Gibelin
N.L. Achouri
Thomas Aumann
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Hidetada Baba
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Pieter Doornenbal
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Naoki Fukuda
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Naohito Inabe
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Tadaaki Isobe
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Daisuke Kameda
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Daiki Kanno
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Nobuyuki Kobayashi
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Toshio Kobayashi
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Toshiyuki Kubo
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Jenny Lee
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Ryogo Minakata
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Tohru Motobayashi
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Daichi Murai
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Tetsuya Murakami
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Kotomi Muto
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Tomohiro Nakashima
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Noritsugu Nakatsuka
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Seijiro Nishi
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Shun Ogoshi
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Hideaki Otsu
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Hiromi Sato
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Yohei Shimizu
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Hiroshi Suzuki
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Kento Takahashi
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Hiroyuki Takeda
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Satoshi Takeuchi
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Ryuki Tanaka
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Yasuhiro Togano
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Adam G. Tuff
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Ken-Ichiro Yoneda
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Abstract

The spectroscopic structure of 19C, a prominent one-neutron halo nucleus, has been studied with a 20C secondary beam at 290 MeV/nucleon and a carbon target. Neutron-unbound states populated by the one-neutron knockout reaction were investigated by means of the invariant mass method. The preliminary relative energy spectrum and parallel momentum distribution of the knockout residue, 19C*, were reconstructed from the measured four momenta of the 18C fragment, neutron, and beam. Three resonances were observed in the spectrum, which correspond to the states at Ex = 0.62(9), 1.42(10), and 2.89(10) MeV. The parallel momentum distributions for the 0.62-MeV and 2.89-MeV states suggest spin-parity assignments of 5/2+ and 1/2−, respectively. The 1.42-MeV state is in line with the reported 5/22+ state.
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in2p3-01297888 , version 1 (04-10-2019)

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Jongwon Hwang, Sunji Kim, Yoshiteru Satou, N.A. Orr, Takashi Nakamura, et al.. Study of $^{19}$C by One-Neutron Knockout. Few-Body 21 (FB21), the Twenty-first International Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics, May 2015, Chicago, United States. pp.06014, ⟨10.1051/epjconf/201611306014⟩. ⟨in2p3-01297888⟩
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