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Electric dipole strength and dipole polarizability in 48Ca within a fully self-consistent second random–phase approximation

D. Gambacurta, M. Grasso, O. Vasseur

The second random–phase–approximation model corrected by a subtraction procedure designed to cure double counting, instabilities, and ultraviolet divergences, is employed for the first time to analyze the dipole strength and polarizability in 48Ca. All the terms of the residual interaction are included, leading to a fully self-consistent scheme. Results are illustrated with two Skyrme parametrizations, SGII and SLy4. Those obtained with the SGII interaction are particularly (...)

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Single-particle strength from nucleon transfer in oxygen > isotopes: Sensitivity to model parameters

F. Flavigny, N. Keeley, A. Gillibert, and A. Obertelli

In the analysis of transfer reaction data to extract nuclear structure information the choice of input parameters to the reaction model such as distorting potentials and overlap functions has a significant impact. In this paper we consider a set of data for the (d,t) and (d,3He) reactions on 14,16,18O as a well-delimited subject for a study of the sensitivity of such analyses to different choices of distorting potentials and overlap functions with particular reference to a previous (...)

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Violent fluctuations in fluids of neutrons and protons explain how atomic nuclei disintegrate

P. Napolitani and M. Colonna

Perturbing fluids of neutrons and protons (nuclear matter) may lead, as the most catastrophic effect, to the rearrangement of the fluid into clusters of nucleons. A similar process may occur in a single atomic nucleus undergoing a violent perturbation, like in heavy-ion collisions tracked in particle accelerators at around 30 to 50 MeV per nucleon : in this conditions, after the initial collision shock, the nucleus expands and then clusterizes into several smaller nuclear fragments. (...)

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Unexpected high-energy γ emission from decaying exotic nuclei

A. Gottardo, D. Verney, I. Deloncle, S. Péru, C. Delafosse, S. Roccia, I. Matea, C. Sotty, C. Andreoiu, C. Costache, M.-C. Delattre, A. Etilé, S. Franchoo, C. Gaulard, J. Guillot, F. Ibrahim, M. Lebois, M. MacCormick, N. Marginean, R. Marginean, M. Martini, C. Mihai, I. Mitu, L. Olivier, C. Portail, L. Qi, B. Roussière, L. Stan, D. Testov, J. Wilson, D.T. Yordanov

The N = 52 83Ga β decay was studied at ALTO. The radioactive 83Ga beam was produced through the ISOL photofission technique and collected on a movable tape for the measurement of γ -ray emission following β decay. While β-delayed neutron emission has been measured to be 56–85% of the decay path, in this experiment an unexpected high-energy 5–9 MeV γ -ray yield of 16(4)% was observed, coming from states several MeVs above the (...)

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Narrow exotic tetraquark mesons in large-N_c QCD

Hagop Sazdjian

Discussing four-point Green functions of bilinear quark currents in large-N_c QCD, we formulate rigorous criteria for selecting diagrams appropriate for the analysis of potential tetraquark poles. We find that both flavor-exotic and cryptoexotic (i.e., flavor-nonexotic) tetraquarks, if such poles exist, have a width of order O(1/N_c^2), so they are parametrically narrower compared to the ordinary mesons, which have a width of order O(1/N_c). Moreover, for flavor-exotic states, the (...)

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