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It has been demonstrated that the particle X-ray coincidence technique (PXCT) [1] can be used to get information on lifetimes of excited nuclear states in the time range of 10−15–10−17 s, such data being difficult to access by other methods. The PXCT technique uses an ”atomic clock” (filling of the atomic shell vacancy) to measure the time scale of the(More)
J. Döring, C. Plettner, V. Belleguic, H. Grawe, L. Batist, R. Borcea, M. Górska, N. Harrington, Z. Janas, R. Kirchner, C. Mazzocchi, P. Monroe, E. Roeckl, Ch. Schlegel, K. Schmidt, R. Schwengner GSI, D-64291 Darmstadt, FZ Rossendorf, D-01314 Dresden, Université de Paris-Sud, F-91405 Orsay, PNPI, RU-188-350 Gatchina, IKS KU Leuven, B-3001 Leuven, University(More)
The structure of 44S has been studied by using delayed γ and electron spectroscopy. The decay rates of the 02+ isomeric state to the 2(1)+ and 0(1)+ states, measured for the first time, lead to a reduced transition probability B(E2: 2(1)+→0(2)+)=8.4(26) e(2) fm4 and a monopole strength ρ2(E0: 0(2)+→0(1)+)=8.7(7)×10(-3). Comparisons to shell model(More)
The 02(+) state in 34Si has been populated at the GANIL-LISE3 facility through the β decay of a newly discovered 1(+) isomer in 34Al of 26(1) ms half-life. The simultaneous detection of e(+)e(-) pairs allowed the determination of the excitation energy E(02(+))=2719(3)  keV and the half-life T(1/2)=19.4(7) ns, from which an electric monopole strength of(More)
A long-lived J(π) = 4(1)(+) isomer, T(1/2) = 2.2(1) ms, has been discovered at 643.4(1) keV in the weakly bound (9)(26)F nucleus. It was populated at Grand Accélérateur National d'Ions Lourds in the fragmentation of a (36)S beam. It decays by an internal transition to the J(π) = 1(1)(+) ground state [82(14)%], by β decay to (26)Ne, or β-delayed neutron(More)
The decay of (19)O(β(-)) and (19)Ne(β(+)) implanted in niobium in its superconducting and metallic phases was measured using purified radioactive beams produced by the SPIRAL GANIL facility. Half-lives and branching ratios measured in the two phases are consistent within a 1σ error bar. This measurement casts strong doubts on the predicted strong electron(More)
Nuclei in the mass 70 region exhibit a variety of nuclear structure effects such as rapid shape changes and shape coexistence. Whereas the nuclei around the doublymagic nucleus Ni are considered to be spherical in shape, oblate-deformed ground states have been found in a region around Se (Z = 34) [1], and prolate-deformed ground states in the proton-rich Sr(More)
Deep-inelastic collisions of Xe ions with tantalum and tungsten targets have been used to study -decays and high-spin isomers in neutron-rich A 180 nuclei at the GSI on-line mass separator. Reaction products were extracted from the thermal ion source (TIS), accelerated to 55 keV, mass separated with a dipole magnet, and transported to a = counting station.(More)