Structure of<sup>11</sup>Be from the (p, d) reaction in inverse kinematics
Winfield JS., Fortier S., Catford WN., Pita S., Orr NA., Blumenfeld Y., Chapman R., Chappell SPG., Clarke NM., Curtis N., Freer M., Galès S., Jones KL., Langevin-Joliot H., Laurent H., Lhenry I., Maison JM., Roussel-Chomaz P., Shawcross M., Smith M., Spohr K., Suomijärvi T., De Vismes A.
We have performed the11Be(p, d)10Be reaction in inverse kinematics. The10Be were detected in the SPEG spectrometer and the deuterons detected in a silicon array in coincidence. The yield to the first excited state (2+) of10Be is greater than that to the 0+ground state, and increases with angle. Strong population of the two-alpha plus two-neutron states near 6 MeV (in the two-centre shell-model description) is observed. The ultimate goal is to study the microscopic structure of11Be from the extracted spectroscopic factors.