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Evidence for high excitation energy resonances in the 7 alpha disassembly of $^{28}$Si.

J. Meng, M. Barbui, E. J. Kim, H. Zheng, M. Huang, M. R. D. Rodriguez, A. Staszczak, S. Kowalski, G. Giuliani, J. Gauthier, R. Wada, X. G. Cao, K. Schmidt, K. Hagel, J. B. Natowitz, A. Bonasera, Y. K. Wang, C. Y. Wong, S. Q. Zhang, Z. X. Ren, G. Q. Zhang, S. Wuenschel

The excitation function for the 7 alpha de-excitation of $^{28}$Si nuclei excited to high excitation energies in the collisions of 35 MeV/nucleon $^{28}$Si with $^{12}$C reveals resonance structures that may indicate the population of high spin toroidal isomers such as those predicted by a number of recent theoretical calculations.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1801.07366

DOI: arXiv:1801.07366v1

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