Coupled reaction channels study of the ¹⁶O(d,⁶Li) reaction

Do Cong Cuong1, Nguyen Hoang Phuc1, Nguyen Tri Toan Phuc1
1 Center for Nuclear Physics, Institute for Nuclear Science and Technology. 179 Hoang Quoc Viet street, Cau Giay, Hanoi

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The transfer 16O(d,6Li)12C reaction has been studied within the coupled reaction channels (CRC) approach, inluding both the direct and indirect α transfer processes. The obtained results show an important contribution of the indirect α transfer via the 2+ and 4+ states of 12C. The  CRC results show that the best-fit α spectroscopic factors of 16O becomes smaller when the indirect transfer processes are taken into account. The α spectroscopic factors deduced from the present CRC analysis of the 16O(d,6Li)12C reaction data measured at Ed=54.25 and 80 MeV are quite close to each other.

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