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A. Gottardo,1,2,* J. J. Valiente-Dobón,1 G. Benzoni,3 S. Lunardi,2,4 A. Gadea,5 A. Algora,5,6 N. Al-Dahan,7 G. de Angelis,1 Y. Ayyad,8 D. Bazzacco,4 J. Benlliure,8 P. Boutachkov,9 M. Bowry,7 A. Bracco,3,10 A. M. Bruce,11 M. Bunce,11 F. Camera,3,10 E. Casarejos,12 M. L. Cortes,9 F. C. L. Crespi,3,10 A. Corsi,3,10 A. M. Denis Bacelar,11 A. Y. Deo,7,13 C.(More)
A. I. Morales,1,2,* G. Benzoni,1 A. Gottardo,3,4 J. J. Valiente-Dobón,3 N. Blasi,1 A. Bracco,1,2 F. Camera,1,2 F. C. L. Crespi,1,2 A. Corsi,1,2 S. Leoni,1,2 B. Million,1 R. Nicolini,1,2 O. Wieland,1 A. Gadea,5 S. Lunardi,4,6 M. Górska,7 P. H. Regan,8,9 Zs. Podolyák,8 M. Pfützner,10 S. Pietri,7 P. Boutachkov,7 H. Weick,7 J. Grebosz,11 A. M. Bruce,12 J.(More)
A measurement of the reduced transition probability for the excitation of the ground state to the first 2+ state in 104Sn has been performed using relativistic Coulomb excitation at GSI. 104Sn is the lightest isotope in the Sn chain for which this quantity has been measured. The result is a key point in the discussion of the evolution of nuclear structure(More)
The gamma decay from Coulomb excitation of 68Ni at 600 MeV/nucleon on a Au target was measured using the RISING setup at the fragment separator of GSI. The 68Ni beam was produced by a fragmentation reaction of 86Kr at 900 MeV/nucleon on a 9Be target and selected by the fragment separator. The gamma rays produced at the Au target were measured with HPGe(More)
The large deformation effects in the light-mass nuclei have been studied over last years, using both gamma and charged-particle spectroscopy. In particular the very elongated prolate or triaxial shapes were observed from the spectra of the Giant Dipole Resonance (GDR) decay for 46Ti* [1] and 45Sc* [2]. The results were consistent with the predictions of the(More)
The γ -decay of the GDR in the 132Ce compound nuclei produced by the reaction 64Ni+68Zn at Ebeam = 300 MeV, 400 MeV, 500 MeV (E∗ of 100 MeV, 150 MeV and 200 MeV) has been measured. We have detected heavy recoil nuclei, light charged particles and γ -rays. The data obtained with the symmetric reaction 64Ni+68Zn indicate emission from a fully equilibrated(More)
The gamma decay in the quasicontinuum from selected configurations of the rotational nucleus 163Er has been measured with the EUROBALL array. A new analysis technique has allowed for the first time to directly measure the compound and rotational damping widths Gamma (micro) and Gamma (rot). Values of Gamma (micro) approximately 20 keV and Gamma (rot)(More)
The gamma decay associated with the warm rotation of the superdeformed nuclei 151Tb and 196Pb has been measured with the EUROBALL IV array. Several independent quantities provide a stringent test of the population and decay dynamics in the superdeformed well. A Monte Carlo simulation of the gamma decay based on microscopic calculations gives remarkable(More)
The γ-ray strength function of 56Fe has been measured from proton-γ coincidences for excitation energies up to ≈11  MeV. The low-energy enhancement in the γ-ray strength function, which was first discovered in the (3He,αγ)56Fe reaction, is confirmed with the (p,p'γ)56Fe experiment reported here. Angular distributions of the γ rays give for the first time(More)