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Single Nucleon Transfer in Deformed Nuclei

  • Bent Elbek
  • Per Olav Tjøm
Part of the Advances in Nuclear Physics book series (ANP)

Abstract

The description of the low-energy nuclear excitation spectrum in terms of the motion of a single nucleon or a single hole is especially successful in two types of nuclei : those having a single nucleon or a single hole outside a closed shell configuration and those possessing a large, permanent equilibrium deformation. The present review gives a survey of the single-particle excitations in the latter kind of nuclei as obtained from the study of nuclear reactions, in which a single nucleon is transferred between target and projectile. Typical examples of such reactions are the (d, p) stripping and (d, t) pick-up reactions. The stripping reaction transfers a single nucleon to one of the empty states in the target nucleus and is thus especially useful for the study of single particle excitations. The pick-up reaction removes a nucleon from one of the occupied states in the target nucleus and thus gives rise to the population of single hole states.

Keywords

Wave Function Angular Distribution Transfer Reaction Total Angular Momentum Rotational Band 
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  • Bent Elbek
  • Per Olav Tjøm

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