y-scaling analysis of quasielastic electron scattering and nucleon momentum distributions in few-body systems, complex nuclei, and nuclear matter
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German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
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Selective Excitation of One-, Two-, and Three-Nucleon Configurations in Transfer Reactions Induced by Heavy Ions
Scott, D. K.; Hudson, P. N.; Fisher, P. S.
Search for a 21.4-MeV state in C13 and (p,π+) production mechanisms
Brown, J. D.; Jacobsen, E. R.; Kemper, K. W.
Precise determination of triton D-state parameters using transfer reactions at sub-Coulomb energies
Das, R. K.; Clegg, T. B.; Karwowski, H. J.
O16 + Ca48 reaction at 56 MeV. I. Transitions to resolved levels
Kovar, D. G.; Henning, W.; Zeidman, B.
Nuclear Structure in Light Nuclei via Three-nucleon Transfer Reactions
Yamazaki, A.; Nakagawa, T.; Yamaya, T.
High spin levels populated in multinucleon-transfer reactions with 480 MeV C12
Kraus, L.; Boucenna, A.; Linck, I.
Energy Dependence of the Three-Nucleon Transfer Reactions on Light Nuclei
Guazzoni, P.; Iori, I.; Micheletti, S.
D-state amplitudes of three-nucleon systems using single-nucleon transfer reactions
Bhat, C. M.; Clegg, T. B.; Karwowski, H. J.
Comment on the Direct Nature of Li6-Induced Three-Nucleon-Transfer Reactions
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Cluster structures in Be10 from the Li7(α,p)10Be reaction
Hamada, S.; Yasue, M.; Kubono, S.
A finite-range cluster-model description of the three-nucleon transfer reaction (p, α)
G Ratel; H Jasicek; F Brunner
(p, Be7) Reaction in Al and Mg from 27 to 31.5 MeV
Lindsay, Richard H.; Neuzil, Edward F.
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