N = 16 spherical shell closure in 24O.

@article{Tshoo2012N1,
  title={N = 16 spherical shell closure in 24O.},
  author={Kyoungho Tshoo and Yoshiteru Satou and Hyoung Chan Bhang and S. H. Choi and Tota Nakamura and Yosuke Kondo and S. Deguchi and Y. Kawada and Naoki Kobayashi and Yasuyuki Nakayama and K. N. Tanaka and N. Tanaka and Nori Aoi and Masamichi Ishihara and Tohru Motobayashi and H. Otsu and H. Sakurai and Satoshi Takeuchi and Yasuhiro Togano and Ken-ichiro Yoneda and Zongze Li and Franck Delaunay and Julien Gibelin and Francisco Miguel Marqu{\'e}s and N. A. Orr and Takuya Honda and Michio M. Matsushita and Takeshi Kobayashi and Y. Miyashita and T. Sumikama and Kentaro Yoshinaga and Susumu Shimoura and D. Sohler and Tao Zheng and Zhongxin Cao},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2012},
  volume={109 2},
  pages={
          022501
        }
}
  • K. Tshoo, Y. Satou, +32 authors Z. Cao
  • Published 25 May 2012
  • Physics, Materials Science, Medicine
  • Physical review letters
The unbound excited states of the neutron drip-line isotope 24O have been investigated via the 24O(p,p')23O + n reaction in inverse kinematics at a beam energy of 62  MeV/nucleon. The decay energy spectrum of 24O* was reconstructed from the momenta of 23O and the neutron. The spin parity of the first excited state, observed at E(x) = 4.65±0.14  MeV, was determined to be J(π) = 2+ from the angular distribution of the cross section. Higher-lying states were also observed. The quadrupole… Expand

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