Browsing Articles by Author "Tanaka, J."

Browsing Articles by Author "Tanaka, J."

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  • Kanungo, Rituparna; Sanetullaev, Alisher; Tanaka, J.; Ishimoto, S.; Hagen, G.; Myo, T.; Suzuki, T.; Andreoiu, C.; Bender, P.; Chen, A. A.; Fortin, J. P.; Purcell, Julia; Randhawa, Jaspreet (American Physical Society, 2015-05-12)

    The first conclusive evidence of a dipole resonance in 11Li having isoscalar character observed from inelastic scattering with a novel solid deuteron target is reported. The experiment was performed at the ...

  • Tanaka, J.; Kanungo, R.; Alcorta, M.; Aoi, N.; Bidaman, H.; Burbadge, C.; Christian, G.; Cruz, S.; Davids, B.; Diaz Varela, A.; Even, J.; Hackman, G.; Harakeh, M. N.; Henderson, J.; Ishimoto, S.; Kaur, S.; Keefe, M.; Krücken, R.; Leach, K. G.; Lighthall, J.; Padilla Rodal, E.; Randhawa, J. S.; Ruotsalainen, P.; Sanetullaev, A.; Smith, J. K.; Workman, O.; Tanihata, I. (Elsevier, 2017-11-10)
    Proton inelastic scattering off a neutron halo nucleus, 11Li, has been studied in inverse kinematics at the IRIS facility at TRIUMF. The aim was to establish a soft dipole resonance and to obtain its dipole ...

  • Sanetullaev, Alisher; Kanungo, Rituparna; Tanaka, J.; Alcorta, M.; Andreoiu, C.; Bender, P.; Chen, A. A.; Christian, G.; Davids, B.; Fallis, J.; Fortin, J. P.; Keefe, Matthew; Purcell, Julia; Randhawa, Jaspreet (Elsevier Science B.V., 2016-04-16)
    The first measurement of the one-neutron transfer reaction [superscript 11]Li(p,d)[superscript 10]Li performed using the IRIS facility at TRIUMF with a 5.7A MeV [superscript 11]Li beam interacting with a solid H[subscript ...

  • Kumar, A.; Kanungo, R.; Calci, A.; Navratil, P.; Sanetullaev, A.; Alcorta, M.; Bildstein, V.; Christian, G.; Davids, B.; Dohet-Eraly, J.; Fallis, J.; Gallant, A. T.; Hackman, G.; Hadinia, B.; Hupin, G.; Ishimoto, S.; Krucken, R.; Laffoley, A. T.; Lighthall, J.; Miller, D.; Quaglioni, S.; Randhawa, J. S.; Rand, E. T.; Rojas, A.; Roth, R.; Shotter, A.; Tanaka, J.; Tanihata, I.; Unsworth, C. (American Physical Society, 2017-06-28)
    How does nature hold together protons and neutrons to form the wide variety of complex nuclei in the Universe? Describing many-nucleon systems from the fundamental theory of quantum chromodynamics has been the greatest ...

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