Spin Modes in the Low-Energy (p,n) Reaction

  • Hikonojo Orihara


Spin-mode excitation in nuclei has been investigated_by observing the unnatural parity states with Jπ = 0-, 1+, 2-, ..... and T=l by means of (p,n) experiments at intermediate and low energies. Recent results for the stretched states of 1 tiw character observed in the low-energy (p,n) reactions are discussed as the typical examples of spin excitations in nuclei. In addition, an isovector 0+ → 0- transition studied in the 16 O(p,n)16 F reaction with high-resolution time-of-flight facilities is presented.


Angular Distribution Neutron Energy Tensor Interaction Spin Excitation Tensor Force 
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  • Hikonojo Orihara
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  1. 1.Cyclotron and Radioisotope CenterTohoku UniversitySendai 980Japan

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