High-spin structure of N ≃ Z nuclei around the A = 72 region
Janssens, R. V. F; Svensson, C. E; Fischer, S; Appelbe, D. E; Austin, R. A. E; Cromaz, M; Kelsall, N. S; Seweryniak, D; Vetter, K; Diamond, R. M; Fallon, P; Hodgson, D. F; Stephens, F. S; Deleplanque, M. A; Macchiavelli, A. O; Lister, C. J; Lane, G. J; Balamuth, D. P; Ball, G. C; Cameron, J. A; Carpenter, M. P; O’Leary, C. D; Jenkins, D. G; Waddington, J. C; Wadsworth, R; Ward, D; Wilson, A. N; Afanasjev, A. V; Frauendorf, S; Ragnarsson, I; Sarantities, D. G; Schmidt, D. C; Clark, R. M
High-spin states have been studied in ⁷²Kr and ⁷²Br using the ⁴⁰ Ca + ⁴⁰ Ca and ³⁶ Ar + ⁴⁰ Ca reactions at 164 and 145 MeV, respectively. The properties and configurations of the high-spin bands observed have been interpreted using unpaired cranked Nilsson-Strutinsky (CNS), and for ⁷²Kr, paired cranked relativistic Hartree-Bogoliubov (CRHB) calculations. In ⁷²Kr a new band has been identified that has the properties expected for the doubly aligned S-band configuration. In ⁷²Br the previously...[Show more]
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