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      I-mode studies at ASDEX Upgrade: L-I and I-H transitions, pedestal and confinement properties  [Article]

      Ryter, F.; Fischer, R.; Fuchs, C.; Happel, T.; McDermott, R. M.; Viezzer, Eleonora; Wolfrum, E.; Barrera Orte, L.; Bernert, M.; Burckhart, A.; Graça, S. da; Kurzan, B.; McCarthy, P.; Pütterich, T.; Suttrop, W.; Willensdorfer, M. (IOP Publishing, 2017)
      The I-mode is a plasma regime obtained when the usual L-H power threshold is high, e.g. with unfavourable ion B ∇ direction. It is characterised by the development of a temperature pedestal while the density remains ...
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      Identifying structures in the continuum: Application to 16 Be  [Article]

      Casal, Jesús; Gómez Camacho, Joaquín José (American Physical Society, 2019)
      Background: The population and decay of two-nucleon resonances offer exciting new opportunities to explore dripline phenomena. A proper understanding of these systems requires a solid description of the three-body (core+N ...
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      Image reconstruction techniques applied to nuclear mass models  [Article]

      Morales, Irving O.; Isacker, P. Van; Velázquez, V.; Barea, J.; Mendoza-Temis, J.; López Vieyra, J. C.; Hirsch, J. G.; Frank, A. (The American Physical Society, 2010)
      A new procedure is presented that combines well-known nuclear models with image reconstruction techniques. A color-coded image is built by taking the differences between measured masses and the predictions given by the ...
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      Importance of Giant-Resonance Excitation for the Surface Properties of the Heavy-Ion Optical Potential  [Article]

      Chomaz, Philippe; Blumenfeld, Y.; Andrés Martín, María Victoria; Catara, Francesco; Lanza, Edoardo G. (IOP Publishing Ltd., 1989-05-15)
      An imaginary potential associated with the inelastic excitation of the nuclei is computed in a multiphonon excitation model based on the random phase approximation. The surface properties of this potential are found to be ...
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      Importance of the single-particle continuum in BCS pairing with a pseudostate basis  [Article]

      Lay Valera, José Antonio; Alonso Alonso, Clara Eugenia; Fortunato, Lorenzo; Vitturi, Andrea (EDP Sciences, 2016)
      In a recent work [arXiv:1510.03185] the use of the Transformed Harmonic Oscillator (THO) basis for the discretization of the singleparticle continuum into a Generalized Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer (BCS) formalism was proposed ...
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      Improved deuteron elastic breakup energy dependence via the continuum-discretized coupled-channels method  [Article]

      Avrigeanu, M.; Moro Muñoz, Antonio Matías (The American Physical Society, 2010)
      Experimental elastic-scattering angular distributions for deuteron interaction with 63Cu and 93Nb targets are compared with calculations performed within the continuum-discretized coupled-channels (CDCC) method, in which ...
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      Improved di-neutron cluster model for 6 He scattering  [Article]

      Moro Muñoz, Antonio Matías; Rusek, K.; Arias Carrasco, José Miguel; Gómez Camacho, Joaquín José; Rodríguez Gallardo, Manuela (American Physical Society, 2007)
      The structure of the three-body Borromean nucleus He6 is approximated by a two-body di-neutron cluster model. The binding energy of the 2n-α system is determined to obtain a correct description of the 2n-α coordinate, as ...
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      In-beam γ-ray spectroscopy of 136Te at relativistic energies  [Article]

      Vaquero, V.; Jungclaus, A.; Doornenbal, P.; Wimmer, K.; Moro Muñoz, Antonio Matías; Ogata, K.; Furumoto, T.; Chen, S.; Nácher, E.; Yalcinkaya, M. (American Physical Society, 2019)
      The reduced transition probability B(E2; 0+ 1 →2+ 1 ) to the first excited 2+ state of the neutron-rich nucleus 136Te, with two protons and two neutrons outside the doubly magic 132Sn core, was measured via Coulomb excitation ...
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      Inclusive electron scattering within the SuSAv2 meson-exchange current approach  [Article]

      Megías Vázquez, Guillermo Daniel; Amaro Soriano, José Enrique; Barbaro, M. B.; Caballero Carretero, Juan Antonio; Donnelly, T. W. (American Physical Society, 2016-07-25)
      We present our recent progress on the relativistic modeling of electron-nucleus reactions and compare our predictions with inclusive 12C (e, e′) experimental data in a wide kinematical region. The model, originally based ...
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      Induced ferromagnetism in Mn3N2 phase embedded in Mn/Si3N4 multilayers  [Article]

      Céspedes, E.; Román, E.; Huttel, Yves; Chaboy Nalda, Jesús; García López, Francisco Javier; Andrés, A. de; Prieto, C. (AIP Publishing, 2009)
      Room temperature ferromagnetism has been obtained for different sets of Mn/Si3N4 multilayers prepared by sputtering. In order to find the most suitable conditions to stabilize the ferromagnetic ordering in this system, ...
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      Induced nucleon polarization and meson-exchange currents in (e,e'p) reactions  [Article]

      Kazemi Tabatabaei, F.; Amaro Soriano, José Enrique; Caballero Carretero, Juan Antonio (American Physical Society, 2004-06-01)
      Nucleon recoil polarization observables in (e,e'p) reactions are investigated using a semirelativistic distorted-wave model which includes one- and two-body currents with relativistic corrections. Results for ...
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      Inelastic electron-nucleus scattering and scaling at high inelasticity  [Article]

      Barbaro, M. B.; Caballero Carretero, Juan Antonio; Donnelly, T. W.; Maieron, C. (American Physical Society, 2004-03-01)
      Highly inelastic electron scattering is analyzed within the context of the unified relativistic approach previously considered in the case of quasielastic kinematics. Inelastic relativistic Fermi gas modeling that includes the ...
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      Influence of irrigation conditions in the germination of plasma treated Nasturtium seeds  [Article]

      Molina, Ricardo; López Santos, Carmen; Gómez Ramírez, Ana M.; Vilches, Alberto; Espinós Manzorro, Juan Pedro; Rodríguez González-Elipe, Agustín (Natural Research, 2018)
      Plasma treatments had emerged as a useful technique to improve seed germination. In this work we investigate the influence of different irrigation conditions and plasma treatments on the germination of nasturtium seeds. ...
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      Influence of plasma-generated negative oxygen ion impingement on magnetron sputtered amorphous SiO2 thin films during growth at low temperatures  [Article]

      Macías Montero, Manuel Jesús; García-García, Francisco J.; Álvarez Molina, Rafael; Gil Rostra, Jorge; Gonzalez Gonzalez, Juan Carlos; Cotrino Bautista, José; González Elipe, A. R.; Palmero Acebedo, Alberto (AIP Publishing, 2012)
      Growth of amorphous SiO2 thin films deposited by reactive magnetron sputtering at low temperatures has been studied under different oxygen partial pressure conditions. Film microstructures varied from coalescent vertical ...
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      Influence of the angular distribution function of incident particles on the microstructure and anomalous scaling behavior of thin films  [Article]

      Cotrino Bautista, José; Yanguas Gil, Alejandro; Barranco Quero, Ángel; Rodríguez González-Elipe, Agustín (American Physical Society, 2006-06-26)
      The microstructure and the scaling properties of films grown by plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition are reproduced with a discrete model that takes into account the angular distribution function of the particles and ...
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      Influence of Titanium Oxide Pillar Array Nanometric Structures and Ultraviolet Irradiation on the Properties of the Surface of Dental Implants: A Pilot Study  [Article]

      León Ramos, Juan Rey; Diosdado Cano, José María; López Santos, Carmen; Barranco Quero, Ángel; Torres-Lagares, Daniel; Serrera Figallo, María de los Ángeles (MDPI, 2019-10-14)
      Aim: Titanium implants are commonly used as replacement therapy for lost teeth and much current research is focusing on the improvement of the chemical and physical properties of their surfaces in order to improve the ...
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      Inhomogeneous cooling state of a strongly confined granular gas at low density  [Article]

      Brey Abalo, José Javier; García de Soria Lucena, María Isabel; Maynar Blanco, Pablo (American Physical Society, 2019)
      The inhomogeneous cooling state describing the hydrodynamic behavior of a freely evolving granular gas strongly confined between two parallel plates is studied, using a Boltzmann kinetic equation derived recently. By ...
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      Insights into low-energy elastic scattering of halo nuclei  [Article]

      Díaz Torres, Alexis; Moro Muñoz, Antonio Matías (Elsevier, 2014)
      Recent measurements of low-energy (quasi)elastic-scattering angular distribution of halo nuclei have shown a strong suppression of the Coulomb-nuclear interference peak. Examining the components of the elastic-scattering ...
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      Insights into the dynamics of breakup of the halo nucleus 11Be on a 64Zn target  [Article]

      Di Pietro, A.; Moro Muñoz, Antonio Matías; Lei, Jin; Diego Martínez, Raúl de (Elsevier: SCOAP3, 2019)
      We reexamine the elastic and breakup observables of the 11Be + 64Zn reaction at the near-barrier energy of 28.7 MeV. The measured quasi-elastic data are compared with CDCC and extended CDCC (XCDCC) calculations, the ...
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      Instantons and the ⟨A2⟩ condensate  [Article]

      Boucaud, Ph.; Leroy, J. P.; Le Yaouanc, A.; Micheli, A.; Pène, Olivier; de Soto, F.; Donini, A.; Moutarde, H.; Rodríguez Quintero, J. (American Physical Society, 2002-12-01)
      We argue that the ⟨A2OPE⟩ condensate found in the Landau gauge on lattices, when an operator product expansion of Green’s functions is performed, might be explained by instantons. We use cooling to estimate the instanton ...