2 edition of Alpha particle scattering from 24 Mg. nuclei. found in the catalog.
Alpha particle scattering from 24 Mg. nuclei.
Anne Gerben Drentje
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Drentje, Anne Gerben. Alpha particle scattering from 24 Mg. nuclei. Groningen, Veenstra, (OCoLC) A large enhancement is observed in the scattering cross section near a center-of-mass energy of MeV, with dominant angular momenta near L=14–16 h ̵, which could be associated with highly-deformed alpha-particle cluster configurations in 24 by: 3.
The same experiment also reveals fission into 16 O+ 12 C from states in 28 Si populated by alpha-particle pickup onto the 24 Mg projectile.
The correlation of the states in 24 Mg observed in this experiment with those previously observed in 12 C+ 12 C scattering is by: target nuclei. In the first part is describing of the general theory of particle scattering on collective states of nuclei SCMC by using the collective excitations as a state of interacting bosons.
The theory is applied to the study of the scattering of the 4GH on the ground states of light nuclei 22Ne, when the incident energy E = MeV and.
(72) The isoscalar strength distribution in 24, 26 Mg, 28 Si and 40 Ca obtained from inelastic alpha scattering at Mev - Van Der Borg, K.
et al. A () (54) Giant multipole resonances — perspectives after ten years - Bertrand, Fred E. A () (15) Proton excitation of Mg, Mg, and gamma bands - De Leo, R. et al. C23 ( Multifragmentation of 24 Mg + 24 Mg heavy - ion reactions leading to alpha – particles; New emprical formulas for the in-medium nucleon-nucleon cross-section; Nuclear description and binding energies of light nuclei as a three - body problem; Nucleus-nucleus elastic scattering with Pauli correlation effect.
The similarity of the experimental angular dependences of the components of tensor polarizations in inelastic deuteron and 3 He scattering on 12 C nuclei, as well as in inelastic alpha-particle scattering on 24 Mg and 28 Si nuclei, was by: 3. The role of spin-orbit and tensor d 24 Mg interactions is discussed along with the influence of the reorientation effect.
The correlation features of the 2 + state of the 24 Mg nucleus at MeV that were determined in inelastic deuteron and alpha-particle scattering on 24 Mg Cited by: 3.
The multiparticle densities of these nuclei and single-particle nucleon-distribution densities as obtained from the dispersive α-cluster model were used in the calculations. The differential cross sections and polarizations for elastic and inelastic p 20 Ne and p 24 Mg scattering at the energy of MeV are in better agreement with experimental data than the analogous calculations at the energy of MeV.
The correlation features of the 2+ state of the 24Mg nucleus at MeV that were determined in inelastic deuteron and alpha-particle scattering on 24Mg are compared. Measured and calculated angular dependences of components of the polarization tensor of a 12 C nucleus in the 2 + state at MeV formed in various reactions involving light particles, as well as 24 Mg(2 +, MeV) and 28 Si(2 +, MeV) nuclei formed in inelastic alpha-particle scattering, are experimental tensor polarization in question was reconstructed on the basis of Cited by: 3.
Alpha-gamma angular correlations have been measured at 73 scattering angles in the reaction plane for the reaction C 12 (α, α'γ ) and at 40 scattering angles for the reaction Mg 24 (α, α'γ ).Cited by: Electron Scattering from Nuclei. The scattering of electrons from nuclei has given us the most precise information about nuclear size and charge distribution.
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