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Probing two-nucleon correlations using reactions

March 18, 2011, GANIL, Caen, France
FUSTIPEN Topical Meeting

«Probing two-nucleon correlations using reactions»

March 18, 2011, GANIL, Caen, France

There have been numerous theoretical studies of the importance of, and manifestations of two-nucleon/pair correlations in nuclei, on different energy, momentum, and hence length scales. Quantifying the role of like and unlike two-nucleon/pair correlations by direct observations has been proposed using a variety of different reaction probes. These include (e,e'pN) electron-induced pair knockout, (p,3He) and (3He,p) two-nucleon (np) transfer, and also fast like- and unlike-two-nucleon removal reactions.

The topical one-day workshop will review the status of such studies, discuss modern structure model predictions, and consider available structure input, reactions and observables and the new opportunities offered by experiments using radioactive beams.


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Denis Lacroix (GANIL)
Marek Ploszajczak (GANIL)
Jeff Tostevin (Univ. of Surrey)
Piet Van Isacker (GANIL)