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Beyond Band Termination in 157 Er and the Search for Wobbling Excitations in Strongly Deformed 174 Hf

Riley, M.A.; Djongolov, M.K.; Evans, Aaron; Hartley, D J; Janssens, R V F; Paul, E; Simpson, Jane; Aguilar, A. A; Appelbe, D.; Bingham, C.R.; Campbell, D.B.; Carpenter, M P; Chowdhury, P; Choy, P T W; Clark, Robert Graham; Cromaz, M.; Cullen, D M; Danchev, M.; Dracoulis, George; Fallon, P; Gorgen, A; Hagemann, G B; Joss, D.; Goon, J.; Kaye, R A; Khoo, T; Kondev, Filip G; Laird, R W; Lagergren, K; Lauritsen, T; Macchiavelli, A O; McClain, B; Moore, E.F.; Mukherjee, G; Ngijoi-Yogo, E; Nolan, P; Park, Hyoungshin; Pipidis, A; Riedinger, L L; Sletten, G; Tandel, S K; Walker, Philip M; Ward, D; Ragnarsson, I; Saric, F; Zhang, Jing-ye


High-spin terminating bands in heavy nuclei were first identified in nuclei around 158Er90. While examples of special terminating states have been identified in a number of erbium isotopes, almost nothing is known about the states lying beyond band termination. In the present work the high-spin structure of 157Er has been studied using the Gammasphere spectrometer. The subject of triaxial superdeformation and 'wobbling' modes in Lu nuclei has rightly attracted a great deal of attention. Very...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2005
Type: Journal article
Source: Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics
DOI: 10.1088/0954-3899/31/10/064


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