In-beam γ -ray spectroscopy of the neutron-rich platinum isotope 200Pt toward the N=126 shell gap

P.R. John*, J.J. Valiente-Dobón, D. Mengoni, V. Modamio, S. Lunardi, D. Bazzacco, A. Gadea, C. Wheldon, T.R. Rodríguez, T. Alexander, G. De Angelis, N. Ashwood, M. Barr, G. Benzoni, B. Birkenbach, P.G. Bizzeti, A.M. Bizzeti-Sona, S. Bottoni, M. Bowry, A. BraccoF. Browne, M. Bunce, F. Camera, L. Corradi, F.C.L. Crespi, B. Melon, E. Farnea, E. Fioretto, A. Gottardo, L. Grente, H. Hess, Tz. Kokalova, W. Korten, A. Kuşoǧlu, S. Lenzi, S. Leoni, J. Ljungvall, R. Menegazzo, C. Michelagnoli, T. Mijatović, G. Montagnoli, D. Montanari, D.R. Napoli, Zs. Podolyák, G. Pollarolo, F. Recchia, P. Reiter, O.J. Roberts, E. Şahin, M.-D. Salsac, F. Scarlassara, M. Sferrazza, P.-A. Söderström, A.M. Stefanini, S. Szilner, C.A. Ur, A. Vogt, J. Walshe

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The neutron-rich nucleus 200Pt is investigated via in-beam γ-ray spectroscopy to study the shape evolution in the neutron-rich platinum isotopes towards the N=126 shell closure. The two-neutron transfer reaction 198Pt(82Se, 80Se)200Pt is used to populate excited states of 200Pt. The Advanced Gamma Ray Tracking Array (AGATA) demonstrator coupled with the PRISMA spectrometer detects γ rays coincident with the 80Se recoils, the binary partner of 200Pt. The binary partner method is applied to extract the γ-ray transitions and build the level scheme of 200Pt. The level at 1884 keV reported by Yates et al. [S. W. Yates, E. M. Baum, E. A. Henry, L. G. Mann, N. Roy, A. Aprahamian, R. A. Meyer, and R. Estep, Phys. Rev. C 37, 1889 (1988)] was confirmed to be at 1882.1 keV and assigned as the (61+) state. An additional γ ray was found and it presumably deexcites the (81+) state. The results are compared with state-of-the-art beyond mean-field calculations, performed for the even-even 190-204Pt isotopes, revealing that 200Pt marks the transition from the γ-unstable behavior of lighter Pt nuclei towards a more spherical one when approaching the N=126 shell closure.
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Article number064321
JournalPhysical Review C
Volume95
Issue number6
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John, P. R., Valiente-Dobón, J. J., Mengoni, D., Modamio, V., Lunardi, S., Bazzacco, D., ... Walshe, J. (2017). In-beam γ -ray spectroscopy of the neutron-rich platinum isotope 200Pt toward the N=126 shell gap. Physical Review C, 95(6), [064321]. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.95.064321
John, P.R. ; Valiente-Dobón, J.J. ; Mengoni, D. ; Modamio, V. ; Lunardi, S. ; Bazzacco, D. ; Gadea, A. ; Wheldon, C. ; Rodríguez, T.R. ; Alexander, T. ; De Angelis, G. ; Ashwood, N. ; Barr, M. ; Benzoni, G. ; Birkenbach, B. ; Bizzeti, P.G. ; Bizzeti-Sona, A.M. ; Bottoni, S. ; Bowry, M. ; Bracco, A. ; Browne, F. ; Bunce, M. ; Camera, F. ; Corradi, L. ; Crespi, F.C.L. ; Melon, B. ; Farnea, E. ; Fioretto, E. ; Gottardo, A. ; Grente, L. ; Hess, H. ; Kokalova, Tz. ; Korten, W. ; Kuşoǧlu, A. ; Lenzi, S. ; Leoni, S. ; Ljungvall, J. ; Menegazzo, R. ; Michelagnoli, C. ; Mijatović, T. ; Montagnoli, G. ; Montanari, D. ; Napoli, D.R. ; Podolyák, Zs. ; Pollarolo, G. ; Recchia, F. ; Reiter, P. ; Roberts, O.J. ; Şahin, E. ; Salsac, M.-D. ; Scarlassara, F. ; Sferrazza, M. ; Söderström, P.-A. ; Stefanini, A.M. ; Szilner, S. ; Ur, C.A. ; Vogt, A. ; Walshe, J. / In-beam γ -ray spectroscopy of the neutron-rich platinum isotope 200Pt toward the N=126 shell gap. In: Physical Review C. 2017 ; Vol. 95, No. 6.
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In: Physical Review C, Vol. 95, No. 6, 064321, 22.06.2017.

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AU - Rodríguez, T.R.

AU - Alexander, T.

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AU - Benzoni, G.

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AU - Bunce, M.

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AU - Corradi, L.

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AU - Lenzi, S.

AU - Leoni, S.

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AU - Michelagnoli, C.

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John PR, Valiente-Dobón JJ, Mengoni D, Modamio V, Lunardi S, Bazzacco D et al. In-beam γ -ray spectroscopy of the neutron-rich platinum isotope 200Pt toward the N=126 shell gap. Physical Review C. 2017 Jun 22;95(6). 064321. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.95.064321