High-energy Excited States in 98Cd

A Blazhev, N Braun, H Grawe, P Boutachkov, BSN Singh, T Brock, Z Liu, R Wadsworth, M Gorska, J Jolie, F Nowacki, S Pietri, C Domingo-Pardo, I Kojouharov, L Caceres, T Engert, F Farinon, J Gerl, N Goel, J GreboszRobert Hoischen, N Kurz, C Nociforo, A Prochazka, H Schaffner, S Steer, H Weick, HJ Wollersheim, A Atac, L Bettermann, K Eppinger, T Faestermann, F Finke, K Geibel, C Hinke, A Gottardo, G Ilie, H Iwasaki, R Krucken, E Merchan, J Nyberg, M Pfutzner, Z Podolyak, P Regan, P Reiter, S Rinta-Antila, Dirk Rudolph, C Scholl, PA Soderstrom, N Warr, P Woods, C Stoyanov, N Janeca

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In 98Cd a new high-energy isomeric γ-ray transition was identified, which confirms previous spin-parity assignments and enables for the first time the measurement of the E2 and E4 strength for the two decay branches of the isomer. Preliminary results on the 98Cd high-excitation level scheme are presented. A comparison to shell-model calculations as well as implications for the nuclear structure around 100Sn are discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Article number012035
JournalJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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  • Subatomic Physics


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