Observation of hypernuclear gamma-ray transitions in Li7 and Be9

M. May, S. Bart, S. Chen, R. E. Chrien, D. Maurizio, P. Pile, Y. Xu, R. Hackenburg, E. Hungerford, H. Piekarz, Y. Xue, M. Deutsch, J. Piekarz, P. D. Barnes, G. Franklin, R. Grace, C. Maher, R. Rieder, J. Szymanski, W. Wharton & 3 others R. L. Stearns, B. Bassalleck, B. Budick

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    -ray transitions of energy 2.034 0.023 MeV in the hypernucleus Li7 and 3.079 0.040 MeV in the hypernucleus Be9 are observed. In both cases, the energy of the ray in the hypernucleus ZA is very close to the energy of the first excited state of the nuclear core. The rays are interpreted as arising from core transitions in the presence of the particle. The size of the shift places limits on the strength of the N spin-dependent interaction.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Pages (from-to)2085-2088
    Number of pages4
    JournalPhysical Review Letters
    Volume51
    Issue number23
    DOIs
    StatePublished - 1983

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    May, M., Bart, S., Chen, S., Chrien, R. E., Maurizio, D., Pile, P., ... Budick, B. (1983). Observation of hypernuclear gamma-ray transitions in Li7 and Be9. Physical Review Letters, 51(23), 2085-2088. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.51.2085

    Observation of hypernuclear gamma-ray transitions in Li7 and Be9. / May, M.; Bart, S.; Chen, S.; Chrien, R. E.; Maurizio, D.; Pile, P.; Xu, Y.; Hackenburg, R.; Hungerford, E.; Piekarz, H.; Xue, Y.; Deutsch, M.; Piekarz, J.; Barnes, P. D.; Franklin, G.; Grace, R.; Maher, C.; Rieder, R.; Szymanski, J.; Wharton, W.; Stearns, R. L.; Bassalleck, B.; Budick, B.

    In: Physical Review Letters, Vol. 51, No. 23, 1983, p. 2085-2088.

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    May, M, Bart, S, Chen, S, Chrien, RE, Maurizio, D, Pile, P, Xu, Y, Hackenburg, R, Hungerford, E, Piekarz, H, Xue, Y, Deutsch, M, Piekarz, J, Barnes, PD, Franklin, G, Grace, R, Maher, C, Rieder, R, Szymanski, J, Wharton, W, Stearns, RL, Bassalleck, B & Budick, B 1983, 'Observation of hypernuclear gamma-ray transitions in Li7 and Be9', Physical Review Letters, vol. 51, no. 23, pp. 2085-2088. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.51.2085
    May M, Bart S, Chen S, Chrien RE, Maurizio D, Pile P et al. Observation of hypernuclear gamma-ray transitions in Li7 and Be9. Physical Review Letters. 1983;51(23):2085-2088. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.51.2085
    May, M. ; Bart, S. ; Chen, S. ; Chrien, R. E. ; Maurizio, D. ; Pile, P. ; Xu, Y. ; Hackenburg, R. ; Hungerford, E. ; Piekarz, H. ; Xue, Y. ; Deutsch, M. ; Piekarz, J. ; Barnes, P. D. ; Franklin, G. ; Grace, R. ; Maher, C. ; Rieder, R. ; Szymanski, J. ; Wharton, W. ; Stearns, R. L. ; Bassalleck, B. ; Budick, B. / Observation of hypernuclear gamma-ray transitions in Li7 and Be9. In: Physical Review Letters. 1983 ; Vol. 51, No. 23. pp. 2085-2088.
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