In-beam gamma-ray spectroscopy of Cd-102

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Abstract

Neutron deficient nuclei close to Sn-100 have been studied using the NORDBALL Ge-detector array together with ancillary particle detectors. Evaporation residues from the compound nucleus Te-108 were identified with charged particle and neutron detectors. In this paper a considerable extension of the level scheme of the nucleus Cd-102 is presented. The strongest cascade of the new level scheme reveals an irregular sequence of dipole transitions above I-pi = 10(+) extending up to spin 17. A strongly populated rather regular side band consisting of four quadrupole transitions ranging from spin 9 to spin 17 was also discovered. This band was tentatively assigned negative parity. Shell model calculations were performed and a very good agreement with the experimental results was found. The excited stares could successfully be interpreted as neutron particle and proton hole excitations with respect to the doubly closed core Sn-100(50)50. (C) 1997 Elsevier Science B.V.

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Authors
  • J Persson
  • M Lipoglavsek
  • M Palacz
  • A Atac
  • J Blomqvist
  • C Fahlander
  • H Grawe
  • A Johnson
  • A Kerek
  • W Klamra
  • J Kownacki
  • A Likar
  • LO Norlin
  • J Nyberg
  • R Schubart
  • D Seweryniak
  • G de Angelis
  • P Bednarczyk
  • Z Dombradi
  • D Foltescu
  • D Jerrestam
  • S Juutinen
  • E Makela
  • G Perez
  • M de Poli
  • HA Roth
  • T Shizuma
  • O Skeppstedt
  • G Sletten
  • S Tormanen
  • T Vass
External organisations
  • External Organization - Unknown
Research areas and keywords

Subject classification (UKÄ) – MANDATORY

  • Subatomic Physics

Keywords

  • E=261 MeV, 1 alpha 2p), nuclear reaction Ni-58(Cr-50, measured gamma, gamma coinc, gamma gamma(theta), Cd-102 deduced levels, shell model, calculations
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)101-118
JournalNuclear Physics, Section A
Volume627
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 1997
Publication categoryResearch
Peer-reviewedYes
Externally publishedYes