Nuclear structure through moment measurements: Exploiting γ-ray detector arrays with ancillary detectors
Experimental methods to measure the magnetic moments of short-lived excited states in beams of rare isotopes are outlined. The emphasis is on the so-called High-Velocity Transient-Field (HVTF) and the Recoil in Vacuum (RIV) methods, and the role of γ-ray
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