Collectivity and single-particle degrees of freedom: studies of light $f_7/2$ nuclei at EUROBALL IV and recoil filter detector

P. Bednarczyk, J. Styczen, A. Bracco, D. Curien, J. Grebosz, M. Lach, A. Maj, J.C. Merdinger, W. Meczynski, F. Nowacki, M.B. Smith, K.M. Spohr, J.P. Vivien, M. Zeblinski

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Abstract

Intruder rotational bands in 45Sc and 45Ti have been investigated up to the maximum aligned angular momentum by means of EUROBALL IV and the Recoil Filter Detector (RFD). The use of the RFD allowed for a reduction of the γ-line Doppler broadening and, moreover, for a determination of very short level lifetimes. In the studied nuclei, the estimated deformation shows a gradual disappearance of the collectivity at the highest available spins.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)45-46
Number of pages2
JournalEuropean Physical Journal A
Volume20
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2 Mar 2004

Keywords

  • hign-spin spectroscopy
  • SC-45

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    Bednarczyk, P., Styczen, J., Bracco, A., Curien, D., Grebosz, J., Lach, M., Maj, A., Merdinger, J. C., Meczynski, W., Nowacki, F., Smith, M. B., Spohr, K. M., Vivien, J. P., & Zeblinski, M. (2004). Collectivity and single-particle degrees of freedom: studies of light $f_7/2$ nuclei at EUROBALL IV and recoil filter detector. European Physical Journal A, 20(1), 45-46. https://doi.org/10.1140/epja/i2002-10319-x