Cluster states in 11B
Danilov, A., Demyanova, A., Ogloblin, A., Dmitriev, S., Belyaeva, T., Goncharov, S., Gurov, Y., Maslov, V., Sobolev, Y., Trzaska, W., Khlebnikov, S., Burtebaev, N., Zholdybayev, T., Saduyev, N., Heikkinen, P., Julin, R., & Tyurin, G. (2014). Cluster states in 11B. 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 03007). EDP Sciences. EPJ Web of Conferences, 66. https://doi.org/10.1051/epjconf/20146603007
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The differential cross-sections of the elastic and inelastic 11B + α scattering was measured at E(α) = 65 MeV. The analysis of the data by Modified diffraction model (MDM) showed that the RMS radii of the 11B state 3/2-, E* = 8.56 MeV is ~ 0.6 fm larger than that of the ground state. The 12.56 MeV state was not observed contrary to the predictions of the α-condensate model. The 13.1 MeV state was excited with the angular momentum transfer L = 4 confirming its belonging to the rotational band with the 8.56 MeV state as a head.
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