Beta decay of exotic TZ = −1 and TZ = −2 nuclei

@inproceedings{Orrigo2012BetaDO,
  title={Beta decay of exotic TZ = −1 and TZ = −2 nuclei},
  author={S. E. A. Orrigo and B. Rubio and Yasuyuki Fujita and Bertram Blank and W. Gelletly and J. Agramunt and A. Algora and P. Ascher and Bengu Bilgier and L. C'aceres and R. Burcu Cakirli and H. Fujita and E. Ganiouglu and M. Gerbaux and J. Giovinazzo and S. Gr'evy and Omar Kamalou and Hatice Candan Kozer and L. Kucuk and T. Kurtukian-Nieto and F. Molina and Lucia Popescu and A. M. Rogers and Gulfem Susoy and C. Stodel and T. Suzuki and Atsushi Tamii and J. C. Thomas Ific Valencia and U. Osaka and U. Bordeaux and University of Surrey and U. Instanbul and Ganil Caen and Ccen Chile and University of Gent and Anl Argonne},
  year={2012}
}
The half-lives of the TZ = −2, 56Zn and TZ = −1, 58Zn isotopes and other nuclei were measured in a β-decay experiment at GANIL. The energy levels populated by the 56Zn β decay were determined. The 56Zn results are compared with the results of the mirror process, the charge exchange reaction 56Fe(3He,t)56Co.The half-lives of the TZ = −2, 56Zn and TZ = −1, 58Zn isotopes and other nuclei were measured in a β-decay experiment at GANIL. The energy levels populated by the 56Zn β decay were determined… 

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