Marieke F Jager

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Following neutron knockout from an 13O beam, 12O fragments were created and the three decay products following two-proton decay were detected. A new ground-state mass was determined by the invariant mass method implying a decay kinetic energy of 1.638(24) MeV, and the width was found to be less than 72 keV. The latter is inconsistent with previous(More)
Coulomb correlations can manifest in exotic properties in solids, but how these properties can be accessed and ultimately manipulated in real time is not well understood. The insulator-to-metal phase transition in vanadium dioxide (VO2) is a canonical example of such correlations. Here, few-femtosecond extreme UV transient absorption spectroscopy (FXTAS) at(More)
L. G. Sobotka,1 W. W. Buhro,1 R. J. Charity,1 J. M. Elson,1 M. F. Jager,1 J. Manfredi,1 M. H. Mahzoon,1 A. M. Mukhamedzhanov,2 V. Eremenko,2 M. McCleskey,2 R. G. Pizzone,2,* B. T. Roeder,2 A. Spiridon,2 E. Simmons,2 L. Trache,2,† M. Kurokawa,3 and P. Navrátil4 1Departments of Chemistry and Physics, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri 63130, USA(More)
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