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Recent experimental studies for unbound oxygen isotopes by Prof. Yosuke Kondo(Tokyo Institute of Technology)
201 (RIBF Hall)
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Apr.19th, Tues 13:30~ at RIBF hall
(Assistant Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Recent experimental studies for unbound oxygen isotopes
I will introduce recent studies for the unbound oxygen isotopes 25-28O. It is experimentally known that the neutron drip line suddenly changes from oxygen (24O, N=16) to fluorine (31F, N=22). The origin of the unexpected behavior has not been clarified yet. Motivated by this, two experimental studies were performed to investigate the unbound oxygen isotopes 25-28O by using SAMURAI combined with high intense RI beams provided by RIBF. I will present the recent results on 25O and 26O and introduce the second experiment for 27O and possible doubly magic nucleus 28O.