In-beam Spectroscopy of Exotic Nuclei Using Intermediate Energy RI Beams
In-beam spectroscopy of exotic nuclei using direct reactions
is discussed from the aspects of the inverse kinematics by
measuring in-flight decay of the beam-like nucleus.
Selectivities of certain reactions and
kinematical conditions are presented followed by
recent results of several spectroscopic studies on
light neutron/proton-rich nuclei.
For the next phase of the gamma-ray spectroscopy,
a new array consisting of high-resolution segmented Ge detectors
is developed by CNS.
Specifications of the array and the first experimental result
will be presented.