Measured g factors and the tidal-wave description of transitional nuclei near A = 100
The transient-field technique has been used in both conventional kinematics and inverse kinematics to measure the g factors of the 21+ states in the stable even isotopes of Ru, Pd, and Cd. The statistical precision of the g(21+) values has been significantly improved, allowing a critical comparison with the tidal-wave version of the cranking model recently proposed for transitional nuclei in this region.
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