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Invlted Paper Presented at the Conf.
on Nuclear Structure with Heavy Ions,
May 27-31, 1985, Legnaro (Padua), Italy
FEW-NUCLEON TRANSFER REACTIONS ON DEFORMED NUCLEI*
A. M. van den Berg1" CONF-8505172__1
Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, H 60439, USA DE85 013869
In this paper I will discuss a few aspects of transfer reactions on
deformed nuclei and will focus on the following recent developments; first a-
transfer reactions on deformed nuclei, second quasi-elastic neutron transfer
reactions induced by 58^1 beams on spherical and deformed samarium nuclei, and
finally the population of low-lying states in neutron-rich nuclei using
(particle,y) or (particle,e) concidence methods. The main experimental
problem in the study of transfer reactions on deformed nuclei is the high
level denrity encountered already at low excitation energies. Therefore
transfer reactions that involve heavy Ions will In most cases give no detailed
information on the population of a particular state, but only on the yield for
the population of a group of states in a given excitation energy range. An
exception to this rule is the strong selective population of high-spin states
by heavy-ion induced reactions as those studied by Bond et al.1). In general
*This research was supported by the U. S. Department of Energy under
^Present address: Robert J. van de Graaff Laboratorium, Rijks Universiteit
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