Conference Proceedings (Physics)


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  • Spectroscopy of low lying states in 136Cs 

    Rebeiro, B.; Triambak, S.; Lindsay, R.; Adsley, P.; Burbadge, C.; Ball, G.; Bildstein, V.; Faestermann, T.; Garrett, P. E.; Hertenberger, R.; Radich, A.; Rand, E.; Varela, A.; Wirth, H.-F. (IOP Publishing, 2016)
    The low-lying excited states in 136Cs relevant to the double beta decay of 136Xe were studied via a 138Ba(d, α)136Cs transfer reaction with a high resolution magnetic spectrometer. Preliminary results from the experiment ...

  • Distorted-wave Born approximation study of the 11Li(p,t) 9Li reaction 

    Cowley, A. A. (IOP Publishing, 2016)
    The reaction 11Li(p,t) 9Li(gs) at an incident energy of 4 MeV is treated in terms of a simplistic distorted-wave Born approximation transfer. The halo neutrons involved in the reaction are treated as a di-neutron cluster ...

  • Alpha-cluster structure in the ground state of 40Ca displayed in a (p,pa) knockout reaction 

    Cowley, A. A. (IOP Publishing, 2013)
    The analyzing power is very sensitive to details of the reaction mechanism of (p, pα) knockout reactions in the incident energy range of approximately 100 MeV and higher. Whereas distorted wave impulse approximation ...

  • From chi^2 to Bayesian model comparison : the example of Levy-based fits to e+e- correlations 

    De Kock, Michiel B.; Eggers, Hans C.; Csorgo, Tamas (Proceedings of Science, 2012)
    The usual χ2 method of fit quality assessment is a special case of the more general method of Bayesian model comparison which involves integrals of the likelihood and prior over all possible values of all parameters. We ...

  • Efficiency of Tm3+ -doped silica triple clad fiber laser 

    Ndebeka, Wilfrid Innocent; Heidt, A.; Schwoerer, Heinrich; Rohwer, Erich G. (Optical Society of America, 2011)
    We present measurements of the slope efficiency and the pump power at threshold of a Tm3+ -doped silica triple clad fiber laser emitting at 2.02 μm using different cooling techniques. The slope efficiency of 53.6 % was ...