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alpha-decaying states in Be<sup>10,12</sup> populated in the Be<sup>10</sup>(C<sup>14</sup>,Be<sup>10,12</sup>) reaction.

By N. Curtis, N. I. Ashwood, L. T. Baby, T. D. Baldwin, T. R. Bloxham, W. N. Catford, D. D. Caussyn, M. Freer, C. W. Harlin, P. McEwan, D. L. Price, D. Spingler and I. Wiedenhover

Abstract

<p>A search has been made for the <sup>6</sup>He+<sup>6</sup>He and alpha + <sup>8</sup>He decay of the molecular rotational band in <sup>12</sup>Be using the <sup>10</sup>Be(<sup>14</sup>C,<sup>12</sup>Be*)<sup>12</sup>C reaction at 88.5 MeV. Although the alpha + <sup>6</sup>He decay of <sup>10</sup>Be was observed in the data set there is no evidence for the breakup of <sup>12</sup>Be. The cross-section upper limits for the <sup>10</sup>Be(<sup>14</sup>C,<sup>6</sup>He <sup>6</sup>He)<sup>12</sup>C and <sup>10</sup>Be(<sup>14</sup>C,alpha <sup>8</sup>He)<sup>12</sup>C reactions are 50 and 300 nb respectively.</p

Year: 2006
DOI identifier: 10.1103/PhysRevC.73.057301
OAI identifier: oai:epubs.surrey.ac.uk:105

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