EPJ Web of Conferences
Volume 2, 2010CNR*09 - Second International Workshop on Compound Nuclear Reactions and Related Topics
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Optical Model Calculations|
|Published online||09 March 2010|
Analysis of cross sections and Vector Analysing Powers of (d,p) reactions within the CDCC+DWBA approach.
CEA, DAM, DIF, F-91297
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Transfer reactions like AX(d,p)A+1 X are a powerful tool to investigate nuclear structure properties (see e.g. [1–3]) and the emergence of radioactive beams with high intensity will allow the use of this kind of reactions to study the properties of exotic nuclei. Nevertheless the analysis of reactions involving deuteron remains a difficult task because of its weakly bound and composite features. To overcome these issues, R.C. Johnson et al  and G.H. Ratwitcher  proposed in the seventies the Continuum Discretized Coupled Channels (CDCC) formalism which explicitly takes into account the composite property of the deuteron and includes the effects on cross sections of the coupling between the breakup and the deuteron ground state channels. Since then the CDCC approach has been widely studied [6–8] and it has been quite successfully applied to analyse elastic [7–9] , inelastic [8,10] and transfer cross sections [11–13]. In this contribution, I will propose to re-analyse transfer reactions by the means of CDCC+adiabatic approach for a set of targets with N = 20 or N ≈ 28. I will show that with this approach, using both the differential cross sections and the vector analysing powers one can determine the orbital angular momentum and the spin of the captured nucleon without any adjustment.
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