Isomeric decay studies in neutron-rich N ≈ 126 nuclei
Steer, SJ, PodolyÁk, ZS, Pietri, S, GÓrska, M, Farrelly, GF, Regan, PH, Rudolph, D, Garnsworthy, AB, Hoischen, R, Gerl, J, Wollersheim, HJ, Grawe, H, Maier, KH, Becker, F, Bednarczyk, P, CÁceres, L, Doornenbal, P, Geissel, H, Grbosz, J, Kelic, A, Kojouharov, I, Kurz, N, Montes, F, Prokopowicz, W, Saito, T, Schaffner, H, Tashenov, S, Heinz, A, Kurtukian-Nieto, T, Benzoni, G, PfÜtzner, M, Jungclaus, A, Balabanski, DL, Brandau, C, Brown, A, Bruce, AM, Catford, WN, Cullen, IJ, DombrÁdi, Z, Estevez, ME, Gelletly, W, Ilie, G, Jolie, J, Jones, GA, Kmiecik, M, Kondev, FG, KrÜcken, R, Lalkovski, S, Liu, Z, Maj, A, Myalski, S, Schwertel, S, Shizuma, T, Walker, PM, Werner-Malento, E and Wieland, O (2009) Isomeric decay studies in neutron-rich N ≈ 126 nuclei International Journal of Modern Physics E, 18 (4). 1002 - 1007. ISSN 0218-3013
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Heavy neutron-rich nuclei were populated via relativistic energy fragmentation of a E/A=1 GeV 208Pb beam. The nuclei of interest were selected and identified by a fragment separator and then implanted in a passive plastic stopper. Delayed rays following internal isomeric decays were detected by the RISING array. Experimental information was obtained on a number of nuclei with Z=73-80 (Ta-Hg), providing new information both on the prolate-oblate transitional region as well as on the N=126 closed shell nuclei.
|Additional Information:||Electronic version of an article published as International Journal of Modern Physics E, 18, 4, 2009, 1002-1007, DOI 10.1142/S0218301309013154 © [copyright World Scientific Publishing Company] Journal URL http://www.worldscinet.com/ijmpe/|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences > Physics|
|Depositing User:||Symplectic Elements|
|Date Deposited:||03 Feb 2012 08:43|
|Last Modified:||23 Sep 2013 18:49|
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