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Weakly bound Nuclei

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A. Pakou
A. Pakou


The development of radioactive beam facilities makes possible the study of weakly bound nuclei far from stability and close to the drip lines. A vast variety of nuclei is now available, therefore a new research ground is open for the discovery of phenomena previously unexpected. Complementary studies with stable weakly bound nuclei can assist such studies. Examples for $^6$He and $^6$Li are discussed.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12681/hnps.3340


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