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Isomeric ratio for the I-pi=8(+) yrast state in Pd-96 produced in the relativistic fragmentation of Ag-107

Myalski, S, Kmiecik, M, Maj, A, Regan, PH, Garnsworthy, AB, Pietri, S, Rudolph, D, Podolyak, Z, Steer, SJ, Becker, F , Bednarczyk, P, Gerl, J, Gorska, M, Grawe, H, Kojouharov, I, Schaffner, H, Wollersheim, HJ, Prokopowicz, W, Grebosz, J, Benzoni, G, Blank, B, Brandau, C, Bruce, AM, Caceres, L, Camera, F, Catford, WN, Cullen, IJ, Dombradi, Z, Doornenbal, P, Estevez, E, Geissel, H, Gelletly, W, Heinz, A, Hoischen, R, Ilie, G, Jones, GA, Jungclaus, A, Kelic, A, Kondev, FG, Kurtukian-Nieto, T, Kurz, N, Lalkovski, S, Liu, Z, Montes, F, Pfutzner, M, Saito, T, Shizuma, T, Simons, AJ, Schwertel, S, Tachenov, S, Walker, PM, Werner-Malento, E and Wieland, O (2007) Isomeric ratio for the I-pi=8(+) yrast state in Pd-96 produced in the relativistic fragmentation of Ag-107 ACTA PHYSICA POLONICA B, 38 (4). pp. 1277-1282.

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Abstract

We report on the preliminary results from a study of the decay of the I-pi = 8(+) T-1/2 = 2 mu s isomer in Pd-96 performed as part of the Stopped-Beam RISING campaign within the Rare Isotope Investigation at GSI (RISING). The Pd-96 ions were produced following the projectile fragmentation of a 750 MeV per nucleon Ag-107 primary beam. The reaction products were separated and identified by the in-flight method using the GSI Fragment Separator. The residues of interest were stopped in a perspex stopper surrounded by an array of 15, seven-element germanium Cluster detectors. One of the goals of the current work is to investigate the population of high-spin states produced projectile fragmentation reactions using isomeric ratio measurements to infer information on the angular momentum population distribution. In this short contribution the method and results of determining the isomeric ratio for the I-pi = 8(+) microsecond isomer in Pd-96 nucleus are presented.

Item Type: Article
Authors :
NameEmailORCID
Myalski, S
Kmiecik, M
Maj, A
Regan, PHp.regan@surrey.ac.uk
Garnsworthy, AB
Pietri, S
Rudolph, D
Podolyak, Zz.podolyak@surrey.ac.uk
Steer, SJ
Becker, F
Bednarczyk, P
Gerl, J
Gorska, M
Grawe, H
Kojouharov, I
Schaffner, H
Wollersheim, HJ
Prokopowicz, W
Grebosz, J
Benzoni, G
Blank, B
Brandau, C
Bruce, AM
Caceres, L
Camera, F
Catford, WNw.catford@surrey.ac.uk
Cullen, IJ
Dombradi, Z
Doornenbal, P
Estevez, E
Geissel, H
Gelletly, W
Heinz, A
Hoischen, R
Ilie, G
Jones, GA
Jungclaus, A
Kelic, A
Kondev, FG
Kurtukian-Nieto, T
Kurz, N
Lalkovski, S
Liu, Z
Montes, F
Pfutzner, M
Saito, T
Shizuma, T
Simons, AJ
Schwertel, S
Tachenov, S
Walker, PMp.walker@surrey.ac.uk
Werner-Malento, E
Wieland, O
Date : April 2007
Uncontrolled Keywords : MU-S-ISOMERS, NUCLEI
Depositing User : Symplectic Elements
Date Deposited : 17 May 2017 11:13
Last Modified : 17 May 2017 14:55
URI: http://epubs.surrey.ac.uk/id/eprint/830516

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