Spectroscopy of exotic states of 13C
Demyanova, A., Danilov, A., Dmitriev, S., Ogloblin, A., Belyaeva, T., Burtebaev, N., Drobyshev, P., Goncharov, S., Gurov, Y. B., Heikkinen, P., Julin, R., Khlebnikov, S., Maslov, V., Nassurlla, N., Penionzhkevich, Y., Sobolev, Y., Trzaska, W., Tyurin, G., & Zherebchevskii, V. (2014). Spectroscopy of exotic states of 13C. In S. Lunardi, P. Bizzeti, S. Kabana, C. Bucci, M. Chiari, A. Dainese, P. D. Nezza, R. Menegazzo, A. Nannini, & C. S. A. J. Valiente-Dobon (Eds.), INPC 2013 – International Nuclear Physics Conference Firenze, Italy, June 2-7, 2013 (Article 02027). EDP Sciences. EPJ Web of Conferences, 66. https://doi.org/10.1051/epjconf/20146602027
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The differential cross-sections of the elastic and inelastic 13C + α scattering were measured at E (α) = 65 MeV. The radii of the states: 8.86 (1/2¯), 3.09 (1/2+ ) and 9.90 (3/2¯) MeV were determined by the Modified diffraction model (MDM). The radii of the first two levels are enhanced relatively that of the ground state of 13C, confirming the suggestion that the 8.86 MeV state could be an analogue of the Hoyle state in 12C and the 3.09 MeV state has a neutron halo. No enhancement of the radius of the 9.90 MeV state was observed.
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