High-spin structures in 132Xe and 133Xe and evidence for isomers along the N=79 isotones

A. Vogt, M. Siciliano, B. Birkenbach, P. Reiter, K. Hadynska-Klek, C. Wheldon, J. J. Valiente-Dobón, E. Teruya, N. Yoshinaga, K. Arnswald, D. Bazzacco, A. Blazhev, A. Bracco, B. Bruyneel, R. S. Chakrawarthy, R. Chapman, D. Cline, L. Corradi, F. C. L. Crespi, M. CromazG. de Angelis, J. Eberth, P. Fallon, E. Farnea, E. Fioretto, Ch. Fransen, S. J. Freeman, B. Fu, A. Gadea, W. Gelletly, A. Giaz, A. Görgen, A. Gottardo, A. B. Hayes, H. Hess, R. Hetzenegger, R. Hirsch, H. Hua, P. R. John, J Jolie, A. Jungclaus, V. Karayonchev, L. Kaya, W. Korten, I. Y. Lee, S. Leoni, X. Liang, S. Lunardi, A. O. Macchiavelli, R. Menegazzo, D. Mengoni, C. Michelagnoli, T. Mijatović, G. Montagnoli, D. Montanari, C. Müller-Gatermann, D. R. Napoli, C. J. Pearson, Zs. Podolyák, G. Pollarolo, A. Pullia, M. Queiser, F. Recchia, P. H. Regan, J.-M. Régis, N. Saed-Samii, E. Sahin, F. Scarlassara, M. Seidlitz, B. Siebeck, G. Sletten, J. F. Smith, P.~A. Söderström, A. M. Stefanini, O. Stezowski, S. Szilner, B. Szpak, R. Teng, C. Ur, D. D. Warner, K. Wolf, C. Y. Wu, K. O. Zell

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The transitional nuclei 132Xe and 133Xe are investigated after multinucleon-transfer (MNT) and fusion-evaporation reactions. Both nuclei are populated (i) in 136Xe+208Pb MNT reactions employing the high-resolution Advanced GAmma Tracking Array (AGATA) coupled to the magnetic spectrometer PRISMA, (ii) in the 136Xe+198Pt MNT reaction employing the GAMMASPHERE spectrometer in combination with the gas-detector array CHICO, and (iii) as an evaporation residue after a 130Te(α,xn)134−xnXe fusion-evaporation reaction employing the HORUS γ-ray array at the University of Cologne. The high-spin level schemes are considerably extended above the Jπ=(7) and (10+) isomers in 132Xe and above the 11/2 isomer in 133Xe. The results are compared to the high-spin systematics of the Z=54 as well as the N=78 and N=79 chains. Furthermore, evidence is found for a long-lived (T1/2≫1μs) isomer in 133Xe which closes a gap along the N=79 isotones. Shell-model calculations employing the SN100PN and PQM130 effective interactions reproduce the experimental findings and provide guidance to the interpretation of the observed high-spin features.
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Article number024321
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JournalPhysical Review C
Volume96
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Vogt, A., Siciliano, M., Birkenbach, B., Reiter, P., Hadynska-Klek, K., Wheldon, C., ... Zell, K. O. (2017). High-spin structures in 132Xe and 133Xe and evidence for isomers along the N=79 isotones. Physical Review C, 96, [024321]. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.96.024321
Vogt, A. ; Siciliano, M. ; Birkenbach, B. ; Reiter, P. ; Hadynska-Klek, K. ; Wheldon, C. ; Valiente-Dobón, J. J. ; Teruya, E. ; Yoshinaga, N. ; Arnswald, K. ; Bazzacco, D. ; Blazhev, A. ; Bracco, A. ; Bruyneel, B. ; Chakrawarthy, R. S. ; Chapman, R. ; Cline, D. ; Corradi, L. ; Crespi, F. C. L. ; Cromaz, M. ; de Angelis, G. ; Eberth, J. ; Fallon, P. ; Farnea, E. ; Fioretto, E. ; Fransen, Ch. ; Freeman, S. J. ; Fu, B. ; Gadea, A. ; Gelletly, W. ; Giaz, A. ; Görgen, A. ; Gottardo, A. ; Hayes, A. B. ; Hess, H. ; Hetzenegger, R. ; Hirsch, R. ; Hua, H. ; John, P. R. ; Jolie, J ; Jungclaus, A. ; Karayonchev, V. ; Kaya, L. ; Korten, W. ; Lee, I. Y. ; Leoni, S. ; Liang, X. ; Lunardi, S. ; Macchiavelli, A. O. ; Menegazzo, R. ; Mengoni, D. ; Michelagnoli, C. ; Mijatović, T. ; Montagnoli, G. ; Montanari, D. ; Müller-Gatermann, C. ; Napoli, D. R. ; Pearson, C. J. ; Podolyák, Zs. ; Pollarolo, G. ; Pullia, A. ; Queiser, M. ; Recchia, F. ; Regan, P. H. ; Régis, J.-M. ; Saed-Samii, N. ; Sahin, E. ; Scarlassara, F. ; Seidlitz, M. ; Siebeck, B. ; Sletten, G. ; Smith, J. F. ; Söderström, P.~A. ; Stefanini, A. M. ; Stezowski, O. ; Szilner, S. ; Szpak, B. ; Teng, R. ; Ur, C. ; Warner, D. D. ; Wolf, K. ; Wu, C. Y. ; Zell, K. O. / High-spin structures in 132Xe and 133Xe and evidence for isomers along the N=79 isotones. In: Physical Review C. 2017 ; Vol. 96.
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In: Physical Review C, Vol. 96, 024321, 24.08.2017.

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AU - Siciliano, M.

AU - Birkenbach, B.

AU - Reiter, P.

AU - Hadynska-Klek, K.

AU - Wheldon, C.

AU - Valiente-Dobón, J. J.

AU - Teruya, E.

AU - Yoshinaga, N.

AU - Arnswald, K.

AU - Bazzacco, D.

AU - Blazhev, A.

AU - Bracco, A.

AU - Bruyneel, B.

AU - Chakrawarthy, R. S.

AU - Chapman, R.

AU - Cline, D.

AU - Corradi, L.

AU - Crespi, F. C. L.

AU - Cromaz, M.

AU - de Angelis, G.

AU - Eberth, J.

AU - Fallon, P.

AU - Farnea, E.

AU - Fioretto, E.

AU - Fransen, Ch.

AU - Freeman, S. J.

AU - Fu, B.

AU - Gadea, A.

AU - Gelletly, W.

AU - Giaz, A.

AU - Görgen, A.

AU - Gottardo, A.

AU - Hayes, A. B.

AU - Hess, H.

AU - Hetzenegger, R.

AU - Hirsch, R.

AU - Hua, H.

AU - John, P. R.

AU - Jolie, J

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AU - Karayonchev, V.

AU - Kaya, L.

AU - Korten, W.

AU - Lee, I. Y.

AU - Leoni, S.

AU - Liang, X.

AU - Lunardi, S.

AU - Macchiavelli, A. O.

AU - Menegazzo, R.

AU - Mengoni, D.

AU - Michelagnoli, C.

AU - Mijatović, T.

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AU - Montanari, D.

AU - Müller-Gatermann, C.

AU - Napoli, D. R.

AU - Pearson, C. J.

AU - Podolyák, Zs.

AU - Pollarolo, G.

AU - Pullia, A.

AU - Queiser, M.

AU - Recchia, F.

AU - Regan, P. H.

AU - Régis, J.-M.

AU - Saed-Samii, N.

AU - Sahin, E.

AU - Scarlassara, F.

AU - Seidlitz, M.

AU - Siebeck, B.

AU - Sletten, G.

AU - Smith, J. F.

AU - Söderström, P.~A.

AU - Stefanini, A. M.

AU - Stezowski, O.

AU - Szilner, S.

AU - Szpak, B.

AU - Teng, R.

AU - Ur, C.

AU - Warner, D. D.

AU - Wolf, K.

AU - Wu, C. Y.

AU - Zell, K. O.

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N2 - The transitional nuclei 132Xe and 133Xe are investigated after multinucleon-transfer (MNT) and fusion-evaporation reactions. Both nuclei are populated (i) in 136Xe+208Pb MNT reactions employing the high-resolution Advanced GAmma Tracking Array (AGATA) coupled to the magnetic spectrometer PRISMA, (ii) in the 136Xe+198Pt MNT reaction employing the GAMMASPHERE spectrometer in combination with the gas-detector array CHICO, and (iii) as an evaporation residue after a 130Te(α,xn)134−xnXe fusion-evaporation reaction employing the HORUS γ-ray array at the University of Cologne. The high-spin level schemes are considerably extended above the Jπ=(7−) and (10+) isomers in 132Xe and above the 11/2− isomer in 133Xe. The results are compared to the high-spin systematics of the Z=54 as well as the N=78 and N=79 chains. Furthermore, evidence is found for a long-lived (T1/2≫1μs) isomer in 133Xe which closes a gap along the N=79 isotones. Shell-model calculations employing the SN100PN and PQM130 effective interactions reproduce the experimental findings and provide guidance to the interpretation of the observed high-spin features.

AB - The transitional nuclei 132Xe and 133Xe are investigated after multinucleon-transfer (MNT) and fusion-evaporation reactions. Both nuclei are populated (i) in 136Xe+208Pb MNT reactions employing the high-resolution Advanced GAmma Tracking Array (AGATA) coupled to the magnetic spectrometer PRISMA, (ii) in the 136Xe+198Pt MNT reaction employing the GAMMASPHERE spectrometer in combination with the gas-detector array CHICO, and (iii) as an evaporation residue after a 130Te(α,xn)134−xnXe fusion-evaporation reaction employing the HORUS γ-ray array at the University of Cologne. The high-spin level schemes are considerably extended above the Jπ=(7−) and (10+) isomers in 132Xe and above the 11/2− isomer in 133Xe. The results are compared to the high-spin systematics of the Z=54 as well as the N=78 and N=79 chains. Furthermore, evidence is found for a long-lived (T1/2≫1μs) isomer in 133Xe which closes a gap along the N=79 isotones. Shell-model calculations employing the SN100PN and PQM130 effective interactions reproduce the experimental findings and provide guidance to the interpretation of the observed high-spin features.

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Vogt A, Siciliano M, Birkenbach B, Reiter P, Hadynska-Klek K, Wheldon C et al. High-spin structures in 132Xe and 133Xe and evidence for isomers along the N=79 isotones. Physical Review C. 2017 Aug 24;96. 024321. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.96.024321