Physics & Astronomy
Following an experiment at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory at Michigan State University in October 2016, we study the excited states of the neutron-rich isotope 43P via inverse-kinematic proton scattering with the GRETINA y-ray tracking array. We will discuss preliminary analysis and results, including measured cross sections for populating excited states of 43P.
Skiles, Lisa M., "Inverse-Kinematics Proton Scattering on 43P" (2017). Physics and Astronomy Summer Fellows. 16.
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Presented during the 19th Annual Summer Fellows Symposium, July 21, 2017 at Ursinus College.
Supported by a National Science Foundation Research at Undergraduate Institutions (NSF RUI) grant (PHY-1617250).