Gilles de FRANCE (GANIL)
6/27/11, 2:45 PM
The EXOGAM array is installed at GANIL since 2001. During these ten years, it has been extensively used in various experimental areas of the laboratory, under many different configurations and attacking several physics problem. On average, the EXOGAM detectors are present in the experimental setups in more than half of the beam time. The physics outcome of such an intense use is vast and...
68. Structure of the N=Z nucleus <sup>92</sup>Pd: Evidence for an isoscalar spin-aligned neutron-proton coupling scheme
Farnaz Ghazi Moradi (The Royal Institute of Technology-KTH)
6/27/11, 3:10 PM
In nuclei with equal neutron and proton numbers (N=Z), the unique nature of the atomic nucleus as an object composed of two distinct types of fermions can be expressed as enhanced correlations arising between neutrons and protons occupying orbitals with the same quantum numbers. Such correlations have since several decades been predicted to favour a new type of nuclear...
Aurore Dijon (GANIL)
6/27/11, 3:30 PM
Excited states in a wide range of neutron rich nuclei around 68Ni have been studied using the EXOGAM array in coincidence with the VAMOS large acceptance spectrometer. The nuclei of interest were produced via multi nucleon transfer reactions in inverse kinematics using a 238U beam at an energy around 16% above the Coulomb barrier. In nuclei located below 68Ni, a recent experimental work...