Victoria Bader

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Nona-alkanoyloxy tribenzocyclononene (CTV-n, where n is the number of carbons in the side chains) were prepared for n = 2 to 14. The homologues of this series appear in two stable isomeric forms, rigid crown and flexible saddle. We report on their isomerization equilibria and dynamics in solution and on their mesomorphic properties in the neat state. The(More)
Excited states in the neutron-rich N = 38, 36 nuclei (60)Ti and (58)Ti were populated in nucleon-removal reactions from (61)V projectiles at 90 MeV/nucleon. The γ-ray transitions from such states in these Ti isotopes were detected with the advanced γ-ray tracking array GRETINA and were corrected event by event for large Doppler shifts (v/c ∼ 0.4) using the(More)
The transition rates from the yrast 2+ and 4+ states in the self-conjugate 72Kr nucleus were studied via lifetime measurements employing the GRETINA array with a novel application of the recoil-distance method. The large collectivity observed for the 4+→2+ transition suggests a prolate character of the excited states. The reduced collectivity previously(More)
A. Gade, 2 J. A. Tostevin, V. Bader, 2 T. Baugher, 2 D. Bazin, J. S. Berryman, B.A. Brown, 2 D. J. Hartley, E. Lunderberg, 2 F. Recchia, S. R. Stroberg, 2 Y. Utsuno, 6 D. Weisshaar, and K. Wimmer 1, ∗ National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan 48824, USA Department of Physics and Astronomy, Michigan(More)
The reduced transition probability B(E2;0(+)→2(+)) has been measured for the neutron-rich nucleus (74)Ni in an intermediate energy Coulomb excitation experiment performed at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory at Michigan State University. The obtained B(E2;0(+)→2(+))=642(-226)(+216)  e(2) fm(4) value defines a trend which is unexpectedly(More)
S. R. Stroberg,1,2,* A. Gade,1,2 J. A. Tostevin,3 V. M. Bader,1,2 T. Baugher,1,2 D. Bazin,1,2 J. S. Berryman,1 B. A. Brown,1,2 C. M. Campbell,4 K. W. Kemper,5 C. Langer,1,6 E. Lunderberg,1,2 A. Lemasson,1 S. Noji,1 T. Otsuka,1,7,8 F. Recchia,1 C. Walz,1 D. Weisshaar,1 and S. Williams1 1National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, Michigan State(More)
Previous experiments observed a 4^{+} state in the N=28 nucleus ^{44}S and suggested that this state may exhibit a hindered E2-decay rate, inconsistent with being a member of the collective ground state band. We populate this state via two-proton knockout from a beam of exotic ^{46}Ar projectiles and measure its lifetime using the recoil distance method(More)
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