Decay studies of N approximate to Z nuclei from Sr-75 to Sn-102
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Neutron deficient nuclei near Sn-100 have been produced by fragmentation of a 1 (.) A GeV Sn-112 beam. The fragments were separated, identified and stopped in a highly segmented silicon strip detector stack. This detector measured the total energy of emitted beta(+)-particles. gamma-radiation was measured with surrounding detectors. The half-lives for many nuclides have been determined for the first time and give important information for the following topics: For the heaviest particle-stable odd-odd nuclei Rh-90, Ag-94 and In-98 we observed for the first time fast beta-decays, compatible with superallowed Fermi transitions and confirmed such decays for 78y, 82 Nb and Tc. We have also observed 'long-lived T = 0 states in some of these nuclei. We measured the half-lives of all rp-process waiting-point nuclei from _Zr up to addition we find the proton drip line nucleus Y-77 to decay dominantly via beta-decay, To study the Gamov-Teller strength in the beta-decay near the doubly magic Sn-102 we measured the half-life, beta- and gamma-spectrum of Sn-102. We propose a level scheme for the daughter nuclide In-102 and deduce the Qamov-Teller strength (B-GT = 4.0 +/- 0.6). This is one of the largest values known.
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Subject classification (UKÄ) – MANDATORY
|Journal||European Physical Journal A. Hadrons and Nuclei|
|Publication status||Published - 2002|