Reaction spectroscopy at fragmentation beam energies - recent advances in studies of two-nucleon removal
Final-state-exclusive two-nucleon removal reaction data from fast fragmentation beams can provide a demanding test of the microscopic two-nucleon transition densities calculated from large-basis shell model wave functions. The sensitivity of measured partial cross sections to pairing and other correlations is discussed. It is also suggested that the widths of the momentum distributions of these partial cross sections will exhibit a strong dependence on the final-state of the residue and the...[Show more]
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