Spectroscopy at N=Z with EUROBALL III

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A complete study of the nuclear structure by means of gamma spectroscopy requires, in addition to the high resolution gamma measurement and accurate DCO's or angular distributions, the information concerning the Electric or Magnetic character of the transition. This information for transitions in nuclei far from stability valley is now reachable in the new generation of Ge-arrays based in composite detectors. EUROBALL III is a good example with the high polarization sensitivity of the 90 degrees ring of Clovers. The Polarization correlations PCO's measured in coincidence with the Cluster detectors permits to investigate transitions in weakly populated nuclei. In this contribution we present results on medium mass N=Z nuclei measured with EUROBALL III coupled with light particle ancillary detectors.


  • A. Gadea
  • E. Farnea
  • G. De Angelis
  • N. Belcari
  • T. Martinez
  • B. Rubio
  • J. L. Tain
  • D. R. Napoli
  • M. De Poli
  • P. Spolaore
  • G. Prete
  • E. Fioretto
  • D. Bazzacco
  • F. Brandolini
  • S. M. Lenzi
  • S. Lunardi
  • P. Pavan
  • C. R. Alvarez
  • P. G. Bizzeti
  • A. M. Bizzeti-Sona
  • J. Eberth
  • T. Steinhardt
  • O. Thelen
  • R. Wyss
  • A. Atac
  • A. Axelsson
  • J. Nyberg
  • J. Persson
  • M. Weiszflog
  • W. Gelletly
  • P. Regan
  • Z. Podolyak
  • J. G. Narro
  • Euroball Iii Collaboration
  • Neutron Wall Collaboration
Research areas and keywords

Subject classification (UKÄ) – MANDATORY

  • Subatomic Physics
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAIP Conference Proceedings
EditorsB. Rubio, M. Lozano, W. Gelletly
PublisherAmerican Institute of Physics
Publication statusPublished - 1999
Publication categoryResearch
EventExperimental nuclear physics in Europe: Facing the next millennium - Sevilla
Duration: 1999 Jun 211999 Jun 26

Publication series

ISSN (Print)0094-243X
ISSN (Electronic)1551-7616


ConferenceExperimental nuclear physics in Europe: Facing the next millennium