Spectroscopic Factors in the Islands of Inversion à la Nilsson *

5 Jun 2018, 09:00
Kunibiki Messe (Matsue)

Kunibiki Messe


Oral contribution Session 5


Augusto Macchiavelli (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)


Guided by the formalism developed for studies of single-nucleon transfer reactions in deformed nuclei [1], we have analyzed spectroscopic factors data in the Islands of Inversion at N=8 and 20, in the rotational strong-coupling limit.

Based on the fact that intruder deformed configurations dominate the low-lying structure of nuclei within the Islands of Inversion, the Nilsson formalism provides an intuitive and simple approach to obtain important structure information from direct reactions, and a complementary view to shell model calculations.

We will present results for 10,11,12Be and 32,33Mg [2,3], showing good agreement with the experimental data, and discuss some predictions for other regions.

  • This work is supported by the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Nuclear Physics, under contract no DE-AC02-05CH11231.

[1] B. Elbek and P. Tjom, Advances in Nucl. Phys. Vol 3, 259 (1969).
[2] A. O. Macchiavelli, et al. Phys. Rev. C97, 011302 (R) (2018).
[3] A. O. Macchiavelli, et al. Phys. Rev. C96, 054302 (2018).

Primary authors

Augusto Macchiavelli (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Heather Crawford (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Paul Fallon (Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory)


Andrea Richard (Ohio University) Chris Campbell (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) I-Yang Lee (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Marco Salathe (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Mario Cromaz (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Michael Jones (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Roderick Clark (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

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