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Título : The nuclear structure of Th-229
Autor : Gulda, K., Kurcewicz, W., Aas, A. J., García Borge, María José, Burke, D. G., Fogelberg, B., Grant, I. S., Hagebø, E., Kaffrell, N., Kvasil, J., Løvhøiden, G., Mach, H., Mackova, A., Martínez, T., Nyman, G., Rubio, Berta, Taín, José Luis, Tengblad, Olof, Thorsteinsen, T. F.
Palabras clave : Radioactivity Th-229 from decay chain of Fr-229, Fr-229 from Th-232(p,4p) and U-238(p,6p4n)
Mass separation
Measured E-γ, I-γ, Ee, I(ce), T(1/2), ATD βγγ(t), eγ-coincidence, γγ-coincidence
Th-229 deduced levels, ICC, multipolarities, I-π, rotational bands, B(XL), dipole moments
BaF2 detectors
Mini-orange spectrometer
[PACS] Properties of nuclei; nuclear energy levels
[PACS] Electromagnetic transitions
[PACS] γ transitions and level energies
[PACS] Internal conversion and extranuclear effects (including Auger electrons and internal bremsstrahlung)
Fecha de publicación : 20-May-2002
Editor: Elsevier
Resumen: The γ-rays following the β- decay of Ac-229 have been investigated by means of γ-ray singles and γγ-coincidence measurements using Ge detectors. Multipolarities of 40 transitions in Th-229 have been established by measuring conversion electrons with a mini-orange electron spectrometer. The half-lives of the 146.35, 164.53 and 261.96 keV levels have been measured using the advanced time delayed betagammagamma(t) method. The low-lying states in Th-229 and observed transition rates have been interpreted within the quasiparticle-phonon model with inclusion of Coriolis coupling. Two octupole correlated parity partner bands, with K-π = 5/2(±) and K-π = 3/2(±), were identified in Th-229.
Descripción : 25 pages, 5 tables, 9 figures.-- PACS nrs.: 21.10.-k; 23.20.-g; 23.20.Lv; 23.20.Nx.-- Available online Dec 5, 2001.
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ISSN: 0375-9474
DOI: 10.1016/S0375-9474(01)01456-7
Citación : Nuclear Physics A 703(1-2): 45–69 (2002)
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