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Properties of γ-decaying isomers in the Sn 100 region populated in fragmentation of a Xe 124 beam

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  • G. Häfner
  • K. Moschner
  • A. Blazhev
  • P. Boutachkov
  • F. Ameil
  • H. Baba
  • T. Bäck
  • M. Dewald
  • P. Doornenbal
  • T. Faestermann
  • A. Gengelbach
  • J. Gerl
  • R. Gernhaüser
  • S. Go
  • M. Górska
  • H. Grawe
  • E. Gregor
  • H. Hotaka
  • T. Isobe
  • J. Jolie
  • H. S. Jung
  • I. Kojouharov
  • N. Kurz
  • M. Lewitowicz
  • G. Lorusso
  • R. Lozeva
  • E. Merchan
  • F. Naqvi
  • H. Nishibata
  • D. Nishimura
  • S. Nishimura
  • N. Pietralla
  • H. Schaffner
  • P. A. Söderström
  • K. Steiger
  • T. Sumikama
  • J. Taprogge
  • P. Thöle
  • H. Watanbe
  • N. Warr
  • V. Werner
  • Z. Y. Xu
  • A. Yagi
  • K. Yoshinaga
  • Y. Zhu

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JournalPhysical Review C
DateAccepted/In press - 19 Jul 2019
DatePublished (current) - 5 Aug 2019
Issue number2
Volume100
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

A systematic study was performed of microsecond γ-decaying isomers around Sn100 produced in a fragmentation reaction of a Xe124 beam at 345 MeV/u at the Radioactive Ion Beam Factory of the RIKEN Nishina Center in Saitama, Japan. Half-lives of isomeric states in that region were remeasured allowing us to improve the currently available experimental information. Reduced transition probabilities were deduced and compared to shell-model calculations in various model spaces. The recently reported low-energy transitions in Rh92 and Ag96 were remeasured with improved precision. Additionally, experimental information on isomeric ratios, including five new ones, were extracted and compared to a previous experimental study and the sharp cutoff model of fragmentation reaction.

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