Two-particle separation energy trends in the superdeformed well.

@article{Wilson2010TwoparticleSE,
  title={Two-particle separation energy trends in the superdeformed well.},
  author={A. Wilson and A. Korichi and S. Siem and A. Astier and D. Bazzacco and P. Bednarczyk and M. Bergstr{\"o}m and S. Chmel and D. Cullen and P. M. Davidson and A. G{\"o}rgen and F. Hannachi and H. H{\"u}bel and N. Kintz and T. Lauritsen and A. Lopez-Martens and S. Lunardi and S. Naguleswaran and B. Nyak'o and M. Rejmund and G. Schoenwasser and C. Schueck and J. Sharpey-Schafer and J. T{\'i}m{\'a}r and R. Wadsworth and J. Libert},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={104 16},
  pages={
          162501
        }
}
A measurement of the energy and spin of superdeformed states in 190Hg, obtained through the observation of transitions directly linking superdeformed and normal states, expands the number of isotopes in which binding energies at superdeformation are known. Comparison with neighboring nuclei shows that two-proton separation energies are higher in the superdeformed state than in the normal state, despite the lower Coulomb barrier and lower total binding energy. This unexpected result provides a… Expand
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