The 51V(p, n)51Cr reaction has been studied at Ep = 160 MeV using the Indiana University beam-swinger facility. Data have been obtained at several angles up to θL = 20°. The 0° spectrum is used to obtain a ΔL = 0 response function from which Gamow-Teller strength is derived. A shell-model calculation of the GT strength distribution is presented and compared with the experimental results. The M1 strength is also calculated and compared with available results from (e, e') and (p, p') experiments. A comparison is made with other N = 28 nuclei. Effects of a truncated shell-model space are presented.
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- Nuclear and High Energy Physics