The γ-decay and half life of the t1/2=60(3) ns Iπ=8+ isomer in100Cd have been studied with a recoil catcher setup inside the multidetector π-array OSIRIS. Evaporation neutrons and charged particles from the reaction58Ni+46Ti were measured in coincidence with delayed γ-rays. Six new γ-ray transitions with intensities of 1–10% of the main γ-ray cascade were found, two new states established and firm spin-parity assignments were made to all states below the isomer. The new states were identified as the 4+ and 6+ members of the proton πg9/2−2 multiplet.
Gorska, M., Schubart, R., Grawe, H., Fitzgerald, J. B., Fossan, D. B., Heese, J., ... Rzaca-Urban, T. (1994). The decay of theIπ=8+ isomer in100Cd-neutron particle and proton hole states. Zeitschrift Für Physik A - Hadrons and Nuclei, 350(3), 181-182. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01289578