K-Isomers and Aspects of Nuclear Structure
Gamma-ray spectroscopy measurements with Gammasphere and multi-nucleon transfer reactions with heavy beams provide a means of accessing deformed nuclei at stability, or on the neutron-rich side of the stability line. New results on the discovery of high-K isomers in the Er-Tm-Yb-Lu region are discussed with a focus on the energy systematics and the factors which may govern K-purity and therefore K-hindrances. These include random-mixing in regions of high level density, specific Coriolis mixing...[Show more]
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|Source:||Proceedings CGS12 International Conference on Capture Gamma-Ray Spectrocopy and Related Topics|
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