Publications by Year: 2012

Godelitsas A, Gamaletsos P, Mertzimekis TJ, Göttlicher J, Steininger R. The nature of thorium in Greek aluminium ores and their residues. ANKA Annual Report 2010 - Research Highlights. 2012:14.
Ashley SF, Axiotis M, Foteinou V, Harrisopulos S, Konstantinopoulos T, Lagoyannis A, Provatas G. Lifetime Measurements at NCSR ``Demokritos''. In: HNPS2012. Hellenic Nuclear Physics Society; 2012.
Konstantinopoulos T, Harissopulos S, Ashley SF, Axiotis M, Lagoyannis A, Mertzimekis TJ, Dewald A, Braunroth T, Fransen C, Hackstein M, et al. Measurement of Nuclear Lifetimes and B(E2) Values in $^{130}$Xe as a Test for E(5) Symmetry. In: HNPS2012. Hellenic Nuclear Physics Society; 2012.
Mertzimekis TJ, for the Collaboration GANILE535. The Application of the High-Velocity Transient Field for the g(2$_1^+$) Measurement in the Neutron-rich $^{72}$Zn. In: HNPS2012. Hellenic Nuclear Physics Society; 2012.
Ujić P, Oliveira DF, Lagoyannis A, Mertzimekis TJ, Harissopulos S, Demetriou P, Spyrou A, Stödel C, Saint-Laurent MG, Kamalou O, et al. Alpha‐particle capture reactions in inverse kinematics relevant to p‐process nucleosynthesis. In: J. Phys. Vol. 337. ; 2012. pp. 012015.
Stamou K, Psaltis A, Mertzimekis TJ. A Nuclear Electromagnetic Moments Database. [Internet]. 2012. Website
Panagiotopoulos F, Mertzimekis TJ, Stergiou C, Lagoyannis A, Axiotis M, Harissopulos S. 3D CAD modeling of the new microbeam setup at INP, NCSR ``Demokritos''. [Internet]. 2012. Website
Mougeot X, Lapoux V, Mittig W, Alamanos N, Auger F, Avez B, Beaumel D, Blumenfeld Y, Dayras R, Drouart A, et al. New excited states in the halo nucleus $^6$He. Phys. Lett. B. 2012;718:441 - 446.Abstract
The low-lying spectroscopy of 6He was investigated via the 2-neutron transfer reaction p ( He 8 , t ) with the 8He beam delivered by the \{SPIRAL\} facility at 15.4   A MeV . The light charged particles produced by the direct reactions were measured using the \{MUST2\} Si-strip telescope array. Above the known 2 + state, two new resonances were observed: at E ⁎ = 2.6 ± 0.3   MeV (width Γ = 1.6 ± 0.4   MeV ) and at 5.3 ± 0.3   MeV with Γ = 2 ± 1   MeV . Through the analysis of the angular distributions, they correspond to a 2 + state and to an L = 1 state, respectively. These new states, challenging the nuclear theories, could be used as benchmarks for checking the microscopic inputs of the newly improved structure models, and should trigger development of models including the treatments of both core excitation and continuum coupling effects.
Kanellakopoulos A, Lagaki V, Mertzimekis TJ, Paneta V. Characterization of Nuclear Targets and Thin Films Using Ion-Beam Techniques. In: Hellenic Nuclear Physics Society; 2012. Website
Fiori E, Georgiev G, Stuchbery AE, Jungclaus A, Balabanski DL, Blazhev A, Cabaret S, Clément E, Danchev M, Daugas JM, et al. First $g(2^+)$ measurement on neutron-rich $^{72}$Zn, and the high-velocity transient field technique for radioactive heavy-ion beams. Phys. Rev. C. 2012;85:034334.