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Triaxiality near the 110Ru ground state from Coulomb excitation

Doherty, Daniel, Allmond, JM, Janssens, RVF, Korten, W, Zhu, S, Zielinska, M, Radford, DC, Ayangeakaa, AD, Bucher, B, Batchelder, JC , Beausang, CW, Campbell, C, Carpenter, MP, Cline, D, Crawford, HL, David, HM, Delaroche, JP, Dickerson, C, Fallon, P, Galindo-Uribarri, A, Kondev, FG, Harker, JL, Hayes, AB, Hendricks, M, Humby, P, Girod, M, Gross, CJ, Klintefjord, M, Kolos, K, Lane, GJ, Lauritsen, T, Libert, J, Macchiavelli, AO, Napiorkowski, PJ, Padilla-Rodal, E, Pardo, RC, Reviol, W, Sarantites, DG, Savard, G, Seweryniak, D, Srebrny, J, Varner, R, Vondrasek, R, Wiens, A, Wilson, E, Wood, JL and Wu, CY (2017) Triaxiality near the 110Ru ground state from Coulomb excitation Physics Letters B, 766. pp. 334-338.

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A multi-step Coulomb excitation measurement with the GRETINA and CHICO2 detector arrays was carried out with a 430-MeV beam of the neutron-rich 110Ru (t1/2=12s) isotope produced at the CARIBU facility. This represents the first successful measurement following the post-acceleration of an unstable isotope of a refractory element. The reduced transition probabilities obtained for levels near the ground state provide strong evidence for a triaxial shape; a conclusion confirmed by comparisons with the results of beyond-mean-field and triaxial rotor model calculations.

Item Type: Article
Subjects : Physics
Divisions : Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences > Physics
Authors :
Allmond, JM
Janssens, RVF
Korten, W
Zhu, S
Zielinska, M
Radford, DC
Ayangeakaa, AD
Bucher, B
Batchelder, JC
Beausang, CW
Campbell, C
Carpenter, MP
Cline, D
Crawford, HL
David, HM
Delaroche, JP
Dickerson, C
Fallon, P
Galindo-Uribarri, A
Kondev, FG
Harker, JL
Hayes, AB
Hendricks, M
Humby, P
Girod, M
Gross, CJ
Klintefjord, M
Kolos, K
Lane, GJ
Lauritsen, T
Libert, J
Macchiavelli, AO
Napiorkowski, PJ
Padilla-Rodal, E
Pardo, RC
Reviol, W
Sarantites, DG
Savard, G
Seweryniak, D
Srebrny, J
Varner, R
Vondrasek, R
Wiens, A
Wilson, E
Wood, JL
Wu, CY
Date : 20 January 2017
DOI : 10.1016/j.physletb.2017.01.031
Copyright Disclaimer : ©2017 The Authors. Published by Elsevier B.V. This is an open access article under the CC BY license (
Depositing User : Symplectic Elements
Date Deposited : 03 Mar 2017 11:50
Last Modified : 16 Jan 2019 17:12

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