Nuclear clusters studied with alpha resonant scatterings using RI beams at CRIB

H. Yamaguchi, D. Kahl, T. Nakao, Y. Wakabayashi, T. Hashimoto, S. Hayakawa, T. Kawabata, T. Teranishi, Y. K. Kwon, D. N. Binh, L. H. Khiem, N. N. Duy, S. Kubono, T. Suhara, Y. Kanada-En'Yo, J. Y. Moon, A. Kim, N. Iwasa, P. S. Lee, K. Y. ChaeS. M. Cha, M. S. Gwak, D. H. Kim, E. Milman

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Alpha resonant scattering is a simple and promising method to study α-cluster structure in nuclei. It has several good features which enable us to perform measurements with short-lived and relatively low-intense RI beams. Several measurements on alpha resonant scattering have been carried out at CRIB (CNS Radioactive Ion Beam separator), which is a low-energy RI beam separator at Center for Nuclear Study (CNS) of the University of Tokyo. Recent α resonant scattering studies at CRIB, using 7Li, 7Be and 10Be beams with a helium gas target, are discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012019
JournalJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2014
Event3rd International Workshop on State of the Art in Nuclear Cluster Physics, SOTANCP 2014 - Yokohama, Japan
Duration: 2014 May 262014 May 30


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