
PHOTON SCATTERING MEASUREMENT ON 52Cr WITH LINEARLY POLARIZED PHOTON BEAM AT NEWSUBARUPHOTON SCATTERING MEASUREMENT ON 52Cr WITH LINEARLY POLARIZED PHOTON BEAM AT NEWSUBARU 
"/静間, 俊行/"静間, 俊行 ,
"/早川, 岳人/"早川, 岳人 ,
"/湊太志/"湊太志 ,
"/大東出/"大東出 ,
"/大垣英明/"大垣英明 ,
"/宮本修治/"宮本修治
内容記述
Lowlying electric dipole (E1) and magnetic dipole (M1) excitations are fundamental modes of atomic nuclei. The observation of the E1 and M1 transitions provides information on the collective and singleparticle modes of nuclear excitation such as pygmy E1 resonance (PDR) and spinflip M1 resonance. Nuclei in the vicinity of the closed N=Z=28 shells such as chromium, iron, and nickel exhibit one of the most favourable regions for observing both the E1 and M1 excitations. However, it is difficult to distinguish E1 and M1 transitions in photon scattering measurements with unpolarised gammaray beam such as bremsstrahlung radiation. On the other hand, by using a linearly polarized photon beam it is possible to determine whether the transition is E1 or M1 type. In order to measure the E1 and M1 strength distribution in 52Cr, we have carried out photon scattering measurements with a linearly polarized photon beam delivered at the NewSUBARU photon facility in University of Hyogo. More than 40 dipole transitions were observed and the parity quantum numbers were assigned for the states observed at the excitation energies between 7.5 and 12 MeV. While the summed magnetic dipole (M1) strength at this energy region was determined as B(M1)↑ = 6.2(3) μN2, the summed electric dipole (E1) strength was determined as B(E1)↑ =74(3) × 10−3 e2 fm2. The results of the measurement and comparison with predictions based on random phase approximation will be presented
International Nuclear Physics Conference 2016