High-resolution study of the C-12(gamma,p gamma')B-11 reaction using a HpGe detector to resolve excited states of B-11 through the observation of their gamma-ray decays
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Relative populations of states in 11B following the 12C(,p)11B reaction have been measured with high resolution using a 70% HpGe detector to observe decay rays from the residual nucleus. The triplet of states near 7 MeV in 11B are resolved and the measured populations compared to previous data. The analysis includes a consideration of -proton angular correlations, which was not made in the previous measurement. The new and previous results corrected for angular correlation effects agree reasonably well with calculations that include one- and two-body nuclear currents, pion exchange, and currents, under the assumption that the photons are mainly absorbed on exchanged pions.
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Subject classification (UKÄ) – MANDATORY
|Journal||Physical Review C: covering nuclear physics|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|