Flerovium spectroscopy – benchmarking nuclear theory at proton number Z = 114

U310 Collaboration at GSI/FAIR Phase-0

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In the wake of the discovery of superheavy elements, nuclear spectroscopy experiments aim at providing anchor points at the uppermost end of the nuclear chart for nuclear structure theory, which otherwise had to solely rely on extrapolations. In two runs in 2019 and 2020, such a nuclear spectroscopy experiment was conducted to study α-decay chains stemming from isotopes of flerovium (element Z = 114). One incentive to study flerovium isotopes is that many, but not all, nuclear structure models or model parametrizations favour Z = 114 as the next magic proton number beyond lead, Z = 82.
Originalspråkengelska
UtgivningsortDarmstadt
FörlagFAIR - Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research in Europe
Antal sidor2
Volym2020
Utgåva2
StatusPublished - 2020 dec. 23

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FörlagFAIR - Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research in Europe
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