We have studied the structure of light neutron-rich nuclei around N = 16 by employing the in-beam \(\gamma\)-ray spectroscopy technique using the fragmentation of secondary beams of 25,26Ne, 27,28Na and 29,30Mg isotopes. This secondary-beam “cocktail” was obtained by the fragmentation of a 36S beam at 77.5 MeV\(\cdot A\) by the SISSI/GANIL facility. By a second-step fragmentation, we have measured \(\gamma\)-ray-residue coincidences in 17-20C and 23,24O and described the obtained levels in the framework of the shell model.
Spectroscopy Shell Model Spectroscopy Technique Drip Line Secondary Beam
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