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Deformation of the very neutron-deficient rare-earth nuclei produced with the SPIRAL Kr-76 radioactive beam and studied with EXOGAM plus DIAMANT

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Author(s)

  • N Redon
  • A Prevost
  • D Guinet
  • P Lautesse
  • A Meyer
  • B Rosse
  • O Stezowski
  • PJ Nolan
  • C Andreoiu
  • AJ Boston
  • M Descovich
  • AO Evans
  • S Gros
  • J Norman
  • RD Page
  • ES Paul
  • G Rainovski
  • J Sampson
  • G de France
  • JM Casandjian
  • C Theisen
  • JN Scheurer
  • BM Nyako
  • J Gal
  • G Kalinka
  • J Molnar
  • Z Dombradi
  • J Timar
  • L Zolnai
  • K Juhasz
  • A Astier
  • I Deloncle
  • MG Porquet
  • P Raddon
  • Y Lee
  • D Appelbe
  • D Joss
  • R Lemmon
  • J. Smith
  • D Cullen
  • A Brondi
  • G La Rana
  • R Moro
  • E Vardacci
  • M Girod

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Publication details

Title of host publicationLABYRINTH IN NUCLEAR STRUCTURE
DatePublished - 2004
Pages208-212
Number of pages5
PublisherAMER INST PHYSICS
Place of PublicationMELVILLE
EditorsA Bracco, CA Kalfas
Original languageEnglish
ISBN (Print)0-7354-0174-8

Publication series

NameAIP CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
PublisherAMER INST PHYSICS
Volume701
ISSN (Print)0094-243X

Abstract

The structure of the very neutron-deficient rare-earth nuclei has been investigated in the first experiment with the EXOGAM gamma array coupled to the DIAMANT light charged particle detector using radioactive beam of Kr-76 delivered by the SPIRAL facility. Very neutron-deficient Pr, Nd and Pm isotopes have been populated at rather high spin by the reaction Kr-76 + Ni-58 at a beam energy of 328 MeV. We report here the first results of this experiment.

    Research areas

  • SPECTROMETER

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