In-beam spectroscopy and shell model structure of the neutron deficient 103In and 100,102Cd

R. Schubart, H. Grawe, M Gorska, J.B. Fitzgerald, J. Heese, H. Kluge, K.H. Maier, M. Rejmund, M. Schramm, D. Seweryniak, K.M. Spohr, L. Kaübler

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The γ-decay of the neutron deficient nuclei 103In and 100,102Cd has been studied following the reactions 58Ni + 50Cr and 58Ni + 46,48Ti at 250 MeV and 230 MeV bombarding energy of the 58Ni beam, respectively. Evaporation neutrons and charged particles were measured in coincidence with prompt and delayed γ-rays with the multidetector array OSIRIS. To investigate the decay of the Iπ = 8+ isomers of 100,102Cd a recoil catcher setup inside OSIRIS was used. Six new γ-ray transitions of 100Cd and four of 102Cd with intensities of 1-10% of the main γ-ray cascades were found. Two new states of 100Cd were established and firm spin-parity assignments were made to all states below the isomer. These new states were identified as the 4+ and the 6+ members of the proton πg9/2−2 multiplet. The experimental states of 103In and of 100,102Cd are compared to shell model predictions in the π(p1/2, g9/2) v(d5/2, g7/2, s1/2, d3/2, h11/2) configuration space.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)311-315
Number of pages5
JournalPhysica Scripta
VolumeT56
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1995
Externally publishedYes

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Schubart, R., Grawe, H., Gorska, M., Fitzgerald, J. B., Heese, J., Kluge, H., ... Kaübler, L. (1995). In-beam spectroscopy and shell model structure of the neutron deficient 103In and 100,102Cd. Physica Scripta, T56, 311-315. https://doi.org/10.1088/0031-8949/1995/T56/057
Schubart, R. ; Grawe, H. ; Gorska, M ; Fitzgerald, J.B. ; Heese, J. ; Kluge, H. ; Maier, K.H. ; Rejmund, M. ; Schramm, M. ; Seweryniak, D. ; Spohr, K.M. ; Kaübler, L. / In-beam spectroscopy and shell model structure of the neutron deficient 103In and 100,102Cd. In: Physica Scripta. 1995 ; Vol. T56. pp. 311-315.
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In-beam spectroscopy and shell model structure of the neutron deficient 103In and 100,102Cd. / Schubart, R.; Grawe, H.; Gorska, M; Fitzgerald, J.B.; Heese, J.; Kluge, H.; Maier, K.H.; Rejmund, M.; Schramm, M.; Seweryniak, D.; Spohr, K.M.; Kaübler, L.

In: Physica Scripta, Vol. T56, 1995, p. 311-315.

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