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ISOMERIC RATIOS IN Hg-206

Alexander, T, Podolyak, Z, Cortes, ML, Gerl, J, Rudolph, D, Sarmiento, LG, Ameil, F, Arici, T, Bazzacco, D, Bauer, C , Bentley, MA, Blazhev, A, Bowry, M, Boutachkov, P, Carroll, R, Fahlander, C, Gadea, A, Gellanki, J, Gelletly, W, Givechev, A, Goel, N, Golubev, P, Gorska, M, Gottardo, A, Gregor, E, Guastalla, G, Habermann, T, Hackstein, M, Jungclaus, A, Kojouharov, I, Korten, W, Kumar, S, Kurz, N, Lalovic, N, Lettmann, M, Lizarazo, C, Louchart, C, Mandal, S, Merchan, E, Michelagnoli, C, Moeller, T, Moschner, K, Patel, Z, Pietralla, N, Pietri, S, Ralet, D, Reese, M, Regan, PH, Reiter, P, Schaffner, H, Singh, P, Stahl, C, Stegmann, R, Stezowksi, O, Taprogge, J, Thoele, P, Walker, PM, Wieland, O, Wendt, A, Wilson, E, Wood, R and Wollersheim, H-J (2015) ISOMERIC RATIOS IN Hg-206 ACTA PHYSICA POLONICA B, 46 (3). pp. 601-605.

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Abstract

206Hg was populated in the fragmentation of an E∕A = 1 GeV 208Pb beam at GSI. It was part of a campaign to study nuclei around 208Pb via relativistic Coulomb excitation. The observation of the known isomeric states confirmed the identification of the fragmentation products. The isomeric decays were also used to prove that the correlations between beam identification detectors and the AGATA γ-ray tracking array worked properly and that the tracking efficiency was independent of the time relative to the prompt flash.

Item Type: Article
Divisions : Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences > Physics
Authors :
NameEmailORCID
Alexander, T
Podolyak, Z
Cortes, ML
Gerl, J
Rudolph, D
Sarmiento, LG
Ameil, F
Arici, T
Bazzacco, D
Bauer, C
Bentley, MA
Blazhev, A
Bowry, M
Boutachkov, P
Carroll, R
Fahlander, C
Gadea, A
Gellanki, J
Gelletly, W
Givechev, A
Goel, N
Golubev, P
Gorska, M
Gottardo, A
Gregor, E
Guastalla, G
Habermann, T
Hackstein, M
Jungclaus, A
Kojouharov, I
Korten, W
Kumar, S
Kurz, N
Lalovic, N
Lettmann, M
Lizarazo, C
Louchart, C
Mandal, S
Merchan, E
Michelagnoli, C
Moeller, T
Moschner, K
Patel, Z
Pietralla, N
Pietri, S
Ralet, D
Reese, M
Regan, PH
Reiter, P
Schaffner, H
Singh, P
Stahl, C
Stegmann, R
Stezowksi, O
Taprogge, J
Thoele, P
Walker, PM
Wieland, O
Wendt, A
Wilson, E
Wood, R
Wollersheim, H-J
Date : 1 March 2015
Identification Number : 10.5506/APhysPolB.46.601
Uncontrolled Keywords : Science & Technology, Physical Sciences, Physics, Multidisciplinary, Physics
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Additional Information : Paper posted under the conditions of Creative Commons License, CC-BY-NC 3.0
Depositing User : Symplectic Elements
Date Deposited : 16 Sep 2015 17:09
Last Modified : 31 Oct 2017 17:27
URI: http://epubs.surrey.ac.uk/id/eprint/807656

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