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From experiments at low momentum transfer (E0<59 MeV, 104°<Θ< 153°) ground state radiation widths for levels at 9.85, 9.97, 10.72 MeV (1+), 1.37, 4.23, 7.36, 9.00, 9.30, 10.36, 10.94, 11.47 MeV (2+),… (More)
Abstract The isospin-forbidden electroexcitation of the 1 − , T = 0 state at 7.12 MeV in 16 O has been studied for momentum transfers q = 0.22 − 0.49 fm −1 . The form factor at these momentum… (More)
Abstract A broad structure at E X ≈ 9 MeV in 140 Ce which hitherto had been interpreted as the M1 giant resonance is shown to consist of an accumulation of J π = 2 − states with a total strength of… (More)
Abstract Inelastic electron scattering experiments show a splitting of the E1 giant resonance in 26 Mg. which is discussed in terms of isospin splitting.
Abstract The multichannel detector system of the energy-loss electron scattering facility at the Darmstadt linear accelerator is described. The system consists of 36 overlapping plastic scintillators… (More)
Abstract The nuclear contributions to α- 208 Pb and 16 O- 208 Pb elastic angular distributions at energies below the Coulomb barrier tend to cancel predicted effects due to the vacuum polarization… (More)
Abstract Inelastic electron scattering with high energy resolution (FWHM = 30 keV) has been used to study the states at 6.05(0 + ), 6.13(3 − )and 6.92(2 + ) MeV excitation energy in 16 O for momentum… (More)
Abstract Low momentum transfer, high-resolution inelastic electron scattering on 208 Pb has been used to study the distribution of E1 and E2 strength in the region of excitation energy E x = 8−12MeV.… (More)
Abstract In electron scattering experiments ( E e = 45–54 MeV, θ = 129°–153°) new resonances have been resolved in the giant resonance region of 24 Mg. Energies of 24 transitions are given.