High-spin isomers in Ag-96: excitations across the Z=38 and Z=50, N=50 closed shells

P. Boutachkov, M. Gorska, H. Grawe, A. Blazhev, N. Braun, T.S. Brock, Z. Liu, B.S. Nara Singh, R. Wadsworth, S. Pietri, C. Domingo-Pardo, I. Kojouharov, L. Caceres, T. Engert, F. Farinon, J. Gerl, N. Goel, J. Grbosz, R. Hoischen, N. KurzC. Nociforo, A. Prochazka, H. Schaffner, S.J. Steer, H. Weick, H.-J. Wollersheim, T. Faestermann, Zs. Podolyak, D. Rudolph, A. Atac, L. Bettermann, K. Eppinger, F. Finke, K. Geibel, A. Gottardo, C. Hinke, G. Ilie, H. Iwasaki, J. Jolie, R. Kruecken, E. Merchan, J. Nyberg, M. Pfuetzner, P.H. Regan, P. Reiter, S. Rinta-Antila, C. Scholl, P.-A. Soderstrom, N. Warr, P.J. Woods, F. Nowacki, K. Sieja

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Abstract

Excited states in 96Ag were populated in fragmentation of an 850-MeV/u 124Xe beam on a 4-g/cm2 Be target. Three new high-spin isomers were identified and the structure of the populated states was investigated. The level scheme of 96Ag was established, and a spin parity of (13−), (15+), and (19+) was assigned to the new isomeric states. Shell-model calculations were performed in various model spaces, including πν(p1/2,g9/2,f5/2,p3/2) and the large-scale shell-model space πν(gds), to account for the observed parity changing M2 and E3 transitions from the (13−) isomer and the E2 and E4 transitions from the (19+) core-excited isomer, respectively. The calculated level schemes and reduced transition strengths are found to be in very good agreement with the experiment.
Original languageEnglish
Article number044311
JournalPhysical Review C
Volume84
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 13 Oct 2011
Externally publishedYes

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