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Closed Access item Nuclear structure at the proton drip line: Advances with nuclear decay studies

Authors:Blank, Bertram
García Borge, María José
Keywords:Nuclear structure, Radioactive decays, Proton-rich nuclei
Issue Date:Apr-2008
Publisher:Elsevier
Citation:Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics 60(2): 403–483 (2008)
Abstract:The study of nuclear decay modes reveals a large panel of nuclear structure phenomena and allows us to investigate the behaviour of the atomic nucleus with an extreme imbalance of the number of neutrons and protons with respect to stable nuclei. In the present paper, we review certain aspects of β-delayed decay modes, of one- and two-proton radioactivity, and of the experimental techniques which allowed us to get deep insights into the organisation of the atomic nucleus. In most cases, the study of these decay modes is the only means to obtain the information searched for. The investigation of nuclear decay modes is shown to be a powerful tool to study the most proton-rich nuclei and their nuclear structure.
Description:81 pages, 2 tables, 33 figures.-- Available online Dec 15, 2007.-- Review paper.
Publisher version (URL):http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ppnp.2007.12.001
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10261/4846
ISSN:0146-6410
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