Triaxiality of neutron-rich Ge84,86,88 from low-energy nuclear spectra

Triaxiality of neutron-rich Ge84,86,88 from low-energy nuclear spectra γ-ray transitions between low-spin states of the neutron-rich Ge84,86,88 were measured by means of in-flight γ-ray spectroscopy at 270 MeV/u. Excited 61+,41,2+, and 21,2+ states of Ge84,86 and 41+ and 21,2+ states of Ge88 were observed. Furthermore, a candidate for a 31+ state of Ge86 was identified. This state plays a key role in the discussion of ground-state triaxiality of Ge86, along with other features of its low-energy level scheme. A new region of triaxially deformed nuclei is proposed in the Ge isotopic chain. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physical Review C American Physical Society (APS)

Triaxiality of neutron-rich Ge84,86,88 from low-energy nuclear spectra

Abstract

γ-ray transitions between low-spin states of the neutron-rich Ge84,86,88 were measured by means of in-flight γ-ray spectroscopy at 270 MeV/u. Excited 61+,41,2+, and 21,2+ states of Ge84,86 and 41+ and 21,2+ states of Ge88 were observed. Furthermore, a candidate for a 31+ state of Ge86 was identified. This state plays a key role in the discussion of ground-state triaxiality of Ge86, along with other features of its low-energy level scheme. A new region of triaxially deformed nuclei is proposed in the Ge isotopic chain.
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The American Physical Society
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0556-2813
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1089-490X
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10.1103/PhysRevC.96.011301
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Abstract

γ-ray transitions between low-spin states of the neutron-rich Ge84,86,88 were measured by means of in-flight γ-ray spectroscopy at 270 MeV/u. Excited 61+,41,2+, and 21,2+ states of Ge84,86 and 41+ and 21,2+ states of Ge88 were observed. Furthermore, a candidate for a 31+ state of Ge86 was identified. This state plays a key role in the discussion of ground-state triaxiality of Ge86, along with other features of its low-energy level scheme. A new region of triaxially deformed nuclei is proposed in the Ge isotopic chain.

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Physical Review CAmerican Physical Society (APS)

Published: Jul 5, 2017

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