Identification of Jπ = 19/2⁺ and 23/2⁺ isomeric states in ¹²⁷Sb
The nucleus ¹²⁷Sb, which is on the neutron-rich periphery of the β-stability region, has been populated in complex nuclear reactions involving deep-inelastic and fusion-fission processes with ¹³⁶Xe beams incident on thick targets. The previously known isomer at 2325 keV in ¹²⁷Sb has been assigned spin and parity 23/2⁺, based on the measured γ-γ angular correlations and total internal conversion coefficients. The half-life has been determined to be 234(12) ns, somewhat longer than the value...[Show more]
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