4-5 February 2011
RIKEN
Asia/Tokyo timezone

Probing two-nucleon correlations using knockout reactions & possible use of the SHOGUN

5 Feb 2011, 17:10
25m
Nishina Hall (RIKEN)

Nishina Hall

RIKEN

Speaker

Dr Jenny Lee (RIKEN)

Summary

Reactions involving the direct and sudden removal of a pair of like or unlike nucleons from a fast projectile beam are suggested as sensitive probes for two-nucleon correlations. Coupled with reaction and structure theories, the measured two-nucleon removal cross sections and momentum distributions would give quantitative evaluations of the correlated many-body wave functions. The physics cases and the possible use of SHOGUN in accompany with other detection systems for such measurement will be discussed.

Primary author

Dr Jenny Lee (RIKEN)

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