Discovery of a nonyrast Kπ=8+ isomer in Dy162, and the influence of competing K-mixing mechanisms on its highly forbidden decay
The Gd160(Be9,α3n)Dy162 reaction has been used to study high-spin states in Dy162. Pulsed beam conditions were utilized for enhanced isomer sensitivity. An isomer at 2188.1(3) keV with a half-life of 8.3(3) μs has been discovered and assigned Kπ= 8+ with a two-quasineutron configuration. Among 11 γ-ray decay branches, an E2, ΔK=8 transition to the ground-state band was observed with a reduced hindrance of fν=35, agreeing well with systematics correlating fν with the product of the valence...[Show more]
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