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Recent Results of (n,p) Studies at Intermediate Energies

  • J. Rapaport

Abstract

In recent years charge-exchange reactions from nuclei at intermediate energies have been the subject of intensive studies. At these energies, isovector spin excitations are preferentially induced in nuclei making these reactions extremely sensitive to these aspects of nuclear structure. At the last Telluride conference, Jackson and Celler (1) reported on the (n,p) reaction as a probe of nuclear structure. New results will be presented here, mainly those obtained with the recently implemented white neutron source at LAMPF-WNR.

Keywords

Beta Decay Giant Dipole Resonance Shell Model Calculation Unit Cross Section Nuclear Sector 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. Rapaport
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  1. 1.Ohio UniversityUSA

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