The possible existence of cluster structures in C-16 has been investigated by inspecting their breakup (induced on CH2 targets) in Be-10+He-6 events. The excitation energy of the projectile nucleus prior to decay is obtained via an invariant mass analysis of identified fragments. The experiment has been carried out at the FRIBs facility of INFN-LNS, by using a fragmentation cocktail beam at intermediate energies (approximate to 55 MeV / nucleon) and the CHIMERA 4 pi multi-detector. A non-vanishing yield in the Be-10+(6) He correlations is reported at an excitation energy of about 20.5 MeV in C-16, in analogy with previous works. To improve these results, we recently performed a new experiment by coupling CHIMERA and FARCOS at forward angles. Preliminary details of the new experiment are reported in the text.

Experimental Studies of the Structure of $^16$C with Reactions at Intermediate Energy

Lanzalone, G.
Data Curation
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2017

Abstract

The possible existence of cluster structures in C-16 has been investigated by inspecting their breakup (induced on CH2 targets) in Be-10+He-6 events. The excitation energy of the projectile nucleus prior to decay is obtained via an invariant mass analysis of identified fragments. The experiment has been carried out at the FRIBs facility of INFN-LNS, by using a fragmentation cocktail beam at intermediate energies (approximate to 55 MeV / nucleon) and the CHIMERA 4 pi multi-detector. A non-vanishing yield in the Be-10+(6) He correlations is reported at an excitation energy of about 20.5 MeV in C-16, in analogy with previous works. To improve these results, we recently performed a new experiment by coupling CHIMERA and FARCOS at forward angles. Preliminary details of the new experiment are reported in the text.
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