Probing collectivity in Zn isotopes with one particle or hole outside the N=40 subshell closure
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AuthorsČeliković, Igor T.
de France, Gilles
Van Isacker, P.
Hagen, T. W.
Valiente-Dobon, Jose Javier
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The nuclear structure of the odd-mass Zn-69 and Zn-71 isotopes, with one hole or one particle outside the N = 40 subshell closure, has been investigated by measuring the lifetime of excited states using the recoil distance Doppler-shift method. The nuclei of interest were produced in a deep-inelastic reaction in inverse kinematics with a U-238 beam impinging on a Zn-70 target. Single-particle and collective states were found to coexist at low energy in Zn-69 and Zn-71.
Source:Physical Review C, 2015, 91, 4
- Nuclear physics, methods and application (RS-171018)