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Shell structure underlying the evolution of quadrupole collectivity in 38 S and 40 S probed by transient-field g-factor measurements on fast radioactive beams

Stuchbery, Andrew; Davies, A D; Mantica, Paul F; Davidson, Paul; Wilson, Anna; Becerril, A; Brown, B A; Campbell, C M; Cook, J M; Dinca, D C; Gade, A; Liddick, S N; Mertzimekis, T J; Mueller, W F; Terry, J R; Tomlin, B E; Yoneda, K; Zwahlen, H


The shell structure underlying shape changes in neutron-rich nuclei between N=20 and N=28 has been investigated by a novel application of the transient field technique to measure the first-excited state g factors in S38 and S40 produced as fast radioactive beams. Details of the new methodology are presented. In both S38 and S40 there is a fine balance between the proton and neutron contributions to the magnetic moments. Shell-model calculations that describe the level schemes and quadrupole...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2006
Type: Journal article
Source: Physical Review C: Nuclear Physics
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.74.054307


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