One- and two-neutron removal from the neutron-rich carbon isotopes
Reactions that involve the fast removal (knockout) of one and two neutrons from the neutron-rich carbon isotopes, C15-19, by light nuclear targets are studied within an eikonal reaction model. Shell model calculations are used to describe the excitation energy spectra and the structures of the carbon isotopes. The calculated one-neutron knockout cross sections from the CA isotopes, to particle-bound configurations of the CA-1 residues, are in agreement with the available experimental data. The...[Show more]
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