Particle-rotor versus particle-vibration features in g factors of Cd-111 and Cd-113
The emergence and evolution of collective excitations in complex nuclei remains a central problem in the quest to understand the nuclear many-body problem. Nuclear quadrupole collectivity is usually investigated via electric quadrupole observables. Here, however, we measure the g factors of low-excitation states in Cd111 and Cd113 and show that they are sensitive to the nature of the collectivity in these nuclei in ways that the electric quadrupole observables are not. The particle-vibration...[Show more]
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