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Structure of 26Na via a novel technique using (d; pγ) with a radioactive 25Na beam

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  • W. N. Catford
  • I. C. Celik
  • A. Matta
  • N. A. Orr
  • P. Adsley
  • H. Al-Falou
  • R. Ashley
  • R. A E Austin
  • G. C. Ball
  • J. C. Blackmon
  • A. J. Boston
  • H. C. Boston
  • D. S. Cross
  • M. Djongolov
  • T. E. Drake
  • U. Hager
  • S. P. Fox
  • N. Galinski
  • A. B. Garnsworthy
  • G. Hackman
  • D. Jamieson
  • R. Kanungo
  • K. Leach
  • J. P. Martin
  • J. N. Orce
  • C. J. Pearson
  • M. Porter-Peden
  • F. Sarazin
  • S. Sjue
  • C. Sumithrarachchi
  • C. E. Svensson
  • S. Triambak
  • C. Unsworth
  • S. J. Williams


Publication details

JournalActa Physica Polonica B
DatePublished - 1 Jan 2015
Issue number3
Number of pages10
Pages (from-to)527-536
Original languageEnglish


States in 26Na were populated in the (d, pγ) reaction, induced by bombarding deuterium target nuclei with an intense reaccelerated beam of 25Na ions from the ISAC2 accelerator at TRIUMF. Gamma-rays were recorded in coincidence with protons and used to extract differential cross sections for 21 states up to the neutron decay threshold of 5 MeV. Results for levels below 3 MeV are discussed in detail and compared with shell model calculations and with previous work. The angular distributions of decay gamma-rays were measured for individual states and are compared to theoretically calculated distributions, highlighting some issues for future work.

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