The northwest frontier: spectroscopy of n similar to z nuclei below mass 100

R. Wadsworth, B.S. Nara Singh, A.N. Steer, D.G. Jenkins, M.A. Bentley, T. Brock, P. Davies, R. Glover, N.S. Pattabiraman, C. Scholey, T. Grahn, P.T. Greenlees, P. Jones, U. Jakobsson, R. Julin, S. Juutinen, S. Ketelhut, M. Leino, M. Nyman, P. PeruaJ. Pakarinen, P. Rahkila, P. Ruotslainen, J. Sorri, J. Uusitalo, C.J. Lister, P.A. Butler, M. Dimmock, D.T. Joss, J. Thomson, S. Rinta-Antila, B. Cederwall, B. Hadinia, M. Sandzelius, A. Atac, L. Betterman, A. Blazhev, N. Braun, F. Finke, K. Geibel, G. Ilie, H. Iwasaki, J. Jolie, P. Reiter, C. Scholl, N. Warr, P. Boutachkov, L. Caceres, C. Domingo, T. Engert, F. Farinon, J. Gerl, N. Goel, M. Gorska, H. Grawe, N. Kurz, I. Kojuharov, S. Pietri, C. Nociforo, A. Prochazka, H.-J. Wollersheim, K. Eppinger, T. Faestermann, C. Hinke, R. Hoischen, R. Kruecken, A. Gottardo, Z. Liu, P. Woods, J. Grebosz, E. Merchant, J. Nyberg, P.-A. Soderstrom, Z. Podolyak, P. Regan, S. Steer, M. Pfutzner, D. Rudolph

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The spectroscopy and structure of excited states of N ∼ Z nuclei in the mass 70–100 region has been investigated using two techniques. In the A ∼ 70–80 region fusion evaporation reactions coupled with the recoilβ-tagging method have been employed at Jyvaskyla to study low-lying states in odd–odd N = Z nuclei. Results from these and other data for known odd–odd nuclei above mass 60 will be discussed. In the heavier mass 90 region a fragmentation experiment has been performed using the RISING/FRS
setup at GSI. This experiment was primarily aimed at searching for spin gap isomers in nuclei around A ∼ 96. The objectives of the latter experiment will be discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)611-620
Number of pages10
JournalActa Physica Polonica B
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 1 Mar 2009
Externally publishedYes


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