High‐spin states in the neutron‐rich A∼100A∼100 region

D.A. Torres, R. Chapman, K.-M. Spohr, J.F. Smith, V. Kumar, A. Hodsdon, X. Liang, R. Orlandi, P. Wady, Z. Wang, M. Labiche, D. O'Donnell, J. Ollier, D. Bazzacco, S. Beghini, E. Farnea, R. Marginean, D. Mengoni, G. Montagnoli, F. RecchiaF. Scarlassara, C.A. Ur, S. Lunardi, T. Kröll, A. Gottardo, S. Aydin, L. Corradi, E. Fioretto, A. Gadea, G. de Angelis, N. Marginean, D.R. Napoli, R. Silvestri, A.M. Stefanini, S. Szilner, J.J. Valiente-Dobon, F.D. Vedova, M. Axiotis, T. Martinez, S.J. Freeman, A.G. Smith, G. Jones, N. Thompson, F. Haas, F. Tatjana

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Two experimental setups have been used to study excited states of neutron‐rich nuclei in the A∼100A∼100 region. Extended level schemes and lifetime measurements were obtained using deep‐inelastic and fusion‐fission reactions with the CLARA‐PRISMA spectrometer and the Ge‐array GASP respectively. Experimental information from GASP has been used to complement the CLARA‐PRISMA experiment. Time spectra have been used to measure the lifetimes of isomeric states. Preliminary results are presented for 89Rb.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication4th International Workshop on Nuclear Fission and Fission-Product Spectroscopy
EditorsA. Chatillon, H. Faust, G. Fioni, D. Goutte, H. Goutte
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 15 Oct 2009

Publication series

NameAIP Conference Proceedings


  • fusion reactions
  • excited states


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