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Nuclei of Light Elements with a Large Excess of Neutrons Obtained in Transfer Reactions with Heavy Ions

  • V. V. Volkov

Abstract

Methods of producing light nuclei with a large excess of neutrons are considered. Manynucleon transfer reactions involving heavy ions are the most efficient means of producing these nuclei at the present time. A new method of identifying the light products of transfer reactions is considered. The problem of the limit of nucleon stability for light nuclei with an excess of neutrons is discussed.

Keywords

Shell Model Differential Cross Section Light Element Light Nucleus Heavy Isotope 
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