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Population of lead isotopes in binary reactions using a Rb 94 radioactive beam

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  • P. Čolović
  • S. Szilner
  • A. Illana
  • J. J. Valiente-Dobón
  • L. Corradi
  • G. Pollarolo
  • T. Mijatović
  • A. Goasduff
  • G. Benzoni
  • M. J.G. Borge
  • A. Boso
  • A. Boukhari
  • S. Ceruti
  • G. De Angelis
  • H. De Witte
  • E. Fioretto
  • Ch Fransen
  • F. Galtarossa
  • L. P. Gaffney
  • E. Giannopoulos
  • H. Hess
  • M. L. Jurado-Gomez
  • L. Kaya
  • Th Kröll
  • T. Marchi
  • R. Menegazzo
  • D. Mengoni
  • D. R. Napoli
  • J. Pakarinen
  • Zs Podolyák
  • F. Recchia
  • P. Reiter
  • D. Rosiak
  • J. Snall
  • P. Spagnoletti
  • D. Testov
  • S. Thiel
  • N. Warr
  • R. Zidarova

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JournalPhysical Review C
DateAccepted/In press - 28 Oct 2020
DatePublished (current) - 19 Nov 2020
Issue number5
Volume102
Number of pages8
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

We measured absolute cross sections for neutron transfer channels populated in the Rb94+Pb208 binary reaction. Cross sections have been extracted identifying directly the lead isotopes with the high efficiency MINIBALL γ-ray array coupled to a particle detector combined with a radioactive Rb94 beam delivered at Elab=6.2 MeV/nucleon by the HIE-ISOLDE facility. We observed sizable cross sections in the neutron-rich mass region, where the heavy partner acquires neutrons. A fair agreement between the measured cross sections with those from GRAZING calculations gives confidence in the cross-section predictions of more neutron-rich nuclei produced via a larger number of transferred nucleons.

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Funding Information:
We acknowledge the support of the ISOLDE Collaboration and technical teams. The authors are grateful to the HIE-ISOLDE staff for the effort made in the production and acceleration of radioactive beam. The authors are grateful to the INFN-LNL target laboratory for the excellent targets. This work was partly supported by the HORIZON 2020 ENSAR2 Grant Agreement no. 654002, and Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND (EU-CERN) grant agreement no. 665779, and by STFC (U.K.). This work has been supported in part by the Croatian Science Foundation under Project no. 7194 and in part under Project no. IP-2018-01-1257, and the German BMBF under contract 05P18PKCIA Verbundprojekt 05P2018.

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