Spins in exotic nuclei: RI beam experiments with polarized targets

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  1. Focus Point on Rewriting Nuclear Physics textbooks: 30 years with radioactive ion beam physics

Abstract.

Spin degrees of freedom play a significant role in exotic nuclei. Scattering with polarized protons has potential as a powerful tool to explore the spin effects in nuclei. This lecture note discusses the background, current status, and future prospects of experimental studies with spin polarized targets and radioactive ion beams.

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