Cynthia Bingham

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In an experiment performed at the GSI Fragment Sep-arator (FRS) in July 2001, the decay of 45 Fe has been investigated in order to establish whether it proceeds by simultaneous emission of two protons from the ground state, as suggested by theoretical predictions [1, 2], or by conventional β + decay. This extremely neutron-deficient nucleus was produced in(More)
The neutron-deficient nucleus 107 Sn has been studied by using the one-neutron knockout reaction. By measuring the decay γ rays and momentum distributions of reaction residues, the spins of the ground, 5/2 + , and first-excited, 7/2 + , states of 107 Sn have been assigned by comparisons to eikonal-model reaction calculations. Limits on the inclusive and(More)
The lifetimes of the first excited 2^{+} and 4^{+} states in ^{72}Ni were measured at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory with the recoil-distance Doppler-shift method, a model-independent probe to obtain the reduced transition probability. Excited states in ^{72}Ni were populated by the one-proton knockout reaction of an intermediate energy(More)
This paper reports NMR measurements of the magnetic dipole moments of two high-K isomers, the 37/2 − , 51.4 m, 2740 keV state in 177 Hf and the 8 − , 5.5 h, 1142 keV state in 180 Hf by the method of on-line nuclear orientation. Also included are results on the angular distributions of γ transitions in the decay of the 177 Hf isotope. These yield high(More)
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The Department of Defense is unequivocal in its commitment to ensure that victims of sexual assault be protected, treated with dignity and respect, provided proper medical and psychological care, and that the perpetrators of such assaults be held accountable. On February 5, 2004, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld directed the Under Secretary of Defense(More)
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