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Study of Isomeric States in 198,200,202,206Pb and 206Hg Populated in Fragmentation Reactions

Lalovic, Natasa, Rudolph, Dirk, Podolyak, Zsolt, Sarmiento, Luis, Simpson, Edward C, Alexander, Tom, Cortes Sua, Martha Liliana, Gerl, Juergen, Golubev, Pavel, Ameil, Frederic , Arici, Tugba, Bauer, Christopher, Bazzacco, Dino, Bentley, Michael A, Boutachkov, Plamen, Bowry, Michael, Fahlander, Claes, Gadea, Andres, Gellanki, Jnaneswari, Givechev, Angel, Goel, Namita, Gorska, M, Gottardo, A., Gregor, Eleonora, Guastalla, Giulia, Habermann, Tobias, Hackstein, Mathias, Jungclaus, A., Kojouharov, Ivan, Kumar, Rakesh, Kurz, Nikolaus, Lettmann, Marc, Lizarazo, Cesar, Louchart-Henning, Corinne, Merchan, Edana, Michelagnoli, Caterina, Moeller, T, Moschner, Kevin, Patel, Zena, Pietralla, Norbert, Pietri, Stephane, Ralet, Damian, Reese, Michael, Regan, Patrick, Reiter, Peter, Schaffner, Henning, Singh, Pushpendra P, Stahl, Christian, Stegmann, Robert, Stézowski, Olivier, Taprogge, Jan, Thoele, P, Wendt, Andreas, Wieland, Oliver, Wilson, Emma, Wood, Rachael, Wollersheim, Hans-Juergen, Birkenbach, Benedikt, Bruyneel, Bart, Burrows, Ian, Clement, Emmanuel, Desesquelles, Pierre, Domingo-Pardo, Cesar, Eberth, Juergen, Gonzales Millan, Vicente, Hess, Herbert, Jolie, Jan, Judson, Daniel, Menegazzo, Roberto, Mengoni, Daniele, Napoli, Daniel, Pullia, Alberto, Quintana Arnes, Begona, Rainovski, G I, Salsac, Marie-Delphine, Sanchis, Esteban, Simpson, John and Valiente Dobón, Jose Javier (2018) Study of Isomeric States in 198,200,202,206Pb and 206Hg Populated in Fragmentation Reactions Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics, 45, 035105.

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Isomeric states in isotopes in the vicinity of doubly-magic 208Pb were populated following reactions of a relativistic 208Pb primary beam impinging on a 9Be fragmentation target. Secondary beams of 198;200;202;206Pb and 206Hg were isotopically separated and implanted in a passive stopper positioned in the focal plane of the GSI Fragment Separator. Delayed γ rays were detected with the Advanced GAmma Tracking Array (AGATA). Decay schemes were re-evaluated and interpreted with shell-model calculations. The momentum-dependent population of isomeric states in the two-nucleon hole nuclei 206Pb/206Hg was found to differ from the population of multi neutron-hole isomeric states in 198;200;202Pb.

Item Type: Article
Divisions : Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences > Physics
Authors :
Lalovic, Natasa
Rudolph, Dirk
Sarmiento, Luis
Simpson, Edward C
Alexander, Tom
Cortes Sua, Martha Liliana
Gerl, Juergen
Golubev, Pavel
Ameil, Frederic
Arici, Tugba
Bauer, Christopher
Bazzacco, Dino
Bentley, Michael A
Boutachkov, Plamen
Bowry, Michael
Fahlander, Claes
Gadea, Andres
Gellanki, Jnaneswari
Givechev, Angel
Goel, Namita
Gorska, M
Gottardo, A.
Gregor, Eleonora
Guastalla, Giulia
Habermann, Tobias
Hackstein, Mathias
Jungclaus, A.
Kojouharov, Ivan
Kumar, Rakesh
Kurz, Nikolaus
Lettmann, Marc
Lizarazo, Cesar
Louchart-Henning, Corinne
Merchan, Edana
Michelagnoli, Caterina
Moeller, T
Moschner, Kevin
Patel, Zena
Pietralla, Norbert
Pietri, Stephane
Ralet, Damian
Reese, Michael
Reiter, Peter
Schaffner, Henning
Singh, Pushpendra P
Stahl, Christian
Stegmann, Robert
Stézowski, Olivier
Taprogge, Jan
Thoele, P
Wendt, Andreas
Wieland, Oliver
Wilson, Emma
Wollersheim, Hans-Juergen
Birkenbach, Benedikt
Bruyneel, Bart
Burrows, Ian
Clement, Emmanuel
Desesquelles, Pierre
Domingo-Pardo, Cesar
Eberth, Juergen
Gonzales Millan, Vicente
Hess, Herbert
Jolie, Jan
Judson, Daniel
Menegazzo, Roberto
Mengoni, Daniele
Napoli, Daniel
Pullia, Alberto
Quintana Arnes, Begona
Rainovski, G I
Salsac, Marie-Delphine
Sanchis, Esteban
Simpson, John
Valiente Dobón, Jose Javier
Date : 12 February 2018
DOI : 10.1088/1361-6471/aaa9df
Copyright Disclaimer : © 2018 IOP Publishing Ltd. As the Version of Record of this article is going to be/has been published on a subscription basis, this Accepted Manuscript will be available for reuse under a CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 licence after a 12 month embargo period. Although reasonable endeavours have been taken to obtain all necessary permissions from third parties to include their copyrighted content within this article, their full citation and copyright line may not be present in this Accepted Manuscript version. Before using any content from this article, please refer to the Version of Record on IOPscience once published for full citation and copyright details, as permission may be required. All third party content is fully copyright protected, unless specifically stated otherwise in the figure caption of the Version of Record.
Uncontrolled Keywords : Gamma-ray spectroscopy; Relativistic projectile fragmentation, direct reactions; Isomeric decays; Electromagnetic transitions; Nuclear shell model
Depositing User : Clive Harris
Date Deposited : 01 Feb 2018 09:33
Last Modified : 24 Jan 2019 02:08

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