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Physics Letters B
Proton halo effects in the 8 B+ 64 Zn reaction at an energy around 1.5 times the Coulomb barrier have been studied at HIE-ISOLDE CERN using, for the first time, the only existing postaccelerated 8 B beam. This, together with the use of a high granularity and large solid angle detection system, allowed for a careful mapping of the elastic angular distribution, especially in the Coulomb-nuclear interference region. Contrary to what is observed for the one-neutron halo nucleus 11 Be on the samedoi:10.1016/j.physletb.2021.136477 fatcat:gh2hm7xhc5ei7e6jyhhnqk74ny