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Beam quality: The average intensity of the secondary beam 8Li at the scattering chamber was around 5 x 104 pps, which is calculated by assuming pure Rutherford scattering of the 8Li on the gold target. Target: The targets were mounted at the center of the scattering chamber. The secondary targets used were self-supporting, pure 9Be, 51V targets of thickness 1.4 mg/cm2 and 5 mg/cm2, respectively. A gold target of thickness 300 μg/cm2 was also used. Data obtained: exported from EXFORThe secondary radioactive ion beam 8Li was produced with the RIBRAS(Radioactive Ion Beams in Brazil) system. The 8Li radioactive ion beam was 9Be(7Li,8Li). The thickness of the primary target 9Be is of 12 mg/cm2, which is mounted in an ISO chamber just before the first solenoid. The primary beam 7Li was accelerated with a typical beam intensity of 200 nAe.