Single-Particle and Collective Degrees of Freedom in 101 Zr and 103,105 Mo
Orlandi, R; Smith, A G; Patel, D; Simpson, G S; Wall, R M; Smith, J F; Onakanmi, O J; Ahmad, I.; Greene, J.P.; Carpenter, M P; Lauritsen, T; Lister, C J; Janssens, R V F; Kondev, Filip G; Seweryniak, D; Gall, B.J.P.; Dorveaux, O.; Stuchbery, Andrew
The g factors of several low-lying excited states of the neutron-rich Zr101 and Mo103,105 nuclei have been measured for the first time. The isotopes were produced by the spontaneous fission of a Cf252 source, which was sandwiched between two magnetized iron foils and placed at the center of the Gammasphere spectrometer. The g factors of excited states of fission fragments were inferred from Larmor precessions deduced from the measurement of time-integrated perturbed angular correlation...[Show more]
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