RIBF Nuclear Physics Seminar

Nuclear Clustering probed by Nuclear Responses

201 (RIBF Hall)



=Date and Place=
Jun.13th(Tue.) 15:00~ at RIBF Hall(room201)

Prof.Masaaki Kimura
(Hokkaido University, Theoretical nuclear physics laboratory)

Nuclear Clustering probed by Nuclear Responses

In this contribution, I will discuss the relationship between the nuclear clustering and the Isoscalar monopole/dipole responses. In this decade, it was proved that the cluster states have strong isoscalar monopole/dipole transition strengths from the ground state. This finding enables us to explore various cluster states using the nuclear responses.

Using the analytic shell-model and cluster-model wave functions, analytic formula for the transition matrices are derived, that clearly show that the isoscalar monopole/dipole transitions are good probe for nuclear clustering. For more quantitative and detailed discussions, I will introduce the numerical calculations based on the antisymmetrized molecular dynamics. Various nuclear clustering in the excited states of 24Mg and 28S will be discussed.