Spin-flip transitions inO16andO18excited by inelastic proton scattering

C. Djalali, G. M. Crawley, B. A. Brown, V. Rotberg, G. Caskey, A. Galonsky, N. Marty, M. Morlet, A. Willis
1987 Physical Review C  
Inelastic proton scattering at forward angles has been carried out on ' 0 and "0 at a bombarding energy of 201 MeV. The (p, p') spin-flip transitions to I+ and 2 states are compared with (e, e'), (p, y), and charge exchange data, and with microscopic distorted-wave Born approximation calculations using shell model wave functions. The ratios of orbital to spin contributions are deduced for the known 1+ states in ' O. with entrance and exit windows made of thin Kapton (C22HtpN204)" foils. In
more » ... 04)" foils. In contrast to the case of solid targets which are, in general, 10 -20 pm thick, the relatively large length of the gas cell along the beam axis (of the or-35 1201
doi:10.1103/physrevc.35.1201 pmid:9953887 fatcat:trsifop6fvcmrnucjqblvj36zu