Observation of new neutron-rich isotopes in the vicinity of Zr110

@article{Sumikama2021ObservationON,
  title={Observation of new neutron-rich isotopes in the vicinity of 
Zr110},
  author={T. Sumikama and N. Fukuda and Naohito Inabe and Daisuke Kameda and Takashi Kubo and Yohei Shimizu and H. Suzuki and H. Takeda and K. Yoshida and H. Baba and F. Browne and Alison Bruce and Raymond J. Carroll and Nobuyuki Chiga and R. Daido and François Didierjean and Pieter Doornenbal and Y. F. Fang and G. Gey and E. Ideguchi and T. Isobe and S. Lalkovski and Z. H. Li and Giuseppe Lorusso and Radomira Lozeva and Hiroki Nishibata and S. Nishimura and I. Nishizuka and Atsuko Odahara and Zena Patel and Zs. Podoly{\'a}k and Patrick H. Regan and Simon Rice and Oliver J. Roberts and H. Sakurai and G. S. Simpson and Laura C. Sinclair and P.-A. S{\"o}derstr{\"o}m and Momoko Tanaka and Jan Taprogge and Hiroshi Watanabe and V. Werner and O. Wieland and Juanxia Wu and Ziye Xu and Ayumi Yagi},
  journal={Physical Review C},
  year={2021}
}
Neutron-rich radioactive isotope (RI) beams in the vicinity of Zr110 were produced using the in-flight fission of a 345-MeV/nucleon U238 beam at the RIKEN Radioactive Isotope Beam Factory. The RI beams were separated in flight by the large-acceptance two-stage fragment separator BigRIPS. Isotopes were clearly identified in a low-background particle-identification plot, which was obtained from the measurements of time of flight, magnetic rigidity, and energy loss using beam-line detectors placed… 
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