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Nuclear Physics Seminar: Determination of radiative neutron capture cross sections for unstable nuclei by Coulomb dissociation
201 (RIBF Conference Hall)
RIBF Conference Hall
An indirect method alternative to the surrogate reaction technique has been devised to determine radiative neutron capture cross sections for unstable nuclei. This method called the γ-ray strength function (γSF) method when combined with Coulomb dissociation experiments at the RIKEN-RIBF offers versatile applications to s-process branching nuclei along the valley of β-stability. Further applications of the γSF method to neutron-rich and proton-rich nuclei far from stability are also foreseen.