First identification of rotational band structures in Re-166(75)91
Li, H. J., Doncel, M., Patial, M., Cederwall, B., Bäck, T., Jakobsson, U., Auranen, K., Bönig, S., Drummond, M., Grahn, T., Greenlees, P., Herzan, A., Joss, D. T., Julin, R., Juutinen, S., Konki, J., Kröll, T., Leino, M., McPeake, C., . . . Xiao, Z. G. (2015). First identification of rotational band structures in Re-166(75)91. Physical Review C, 92(1), Article 014310. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.92.014310
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Excited states in the odd-odd, highly neutron-deficient nucleus 166Re have been investigated via the 92Mo(78Kr, 3p1n) 166Re reaction. Prompt γ rays were detected by the JUROGAM II γ -ray spectrometer, and the recoiling fusion-evaporation products were separated by the recoil ion transport unit (RITU) gas-filled recoil separator and implanted into the Gamma Recoil Electron Alpha Tagging spectrometer located at the RITU focal plane. The tagging and coincidence techniques were applied to identify the γ -ray transitions in 166Re, revealing two collective, strongly coupled rotational structures, for the first time. The more strongly populated band structure is assigned to the πh11/29/2− ⊗ νi13/21/2+ Nilsson configuration, while the weaker structure is assigned to be built on a two-quasiparticle state of mixed πh11/29/2− ⊗ ν[h9/2f7/2]3/2− character. The configuration assignments are based on the electromagnetic characteristics and rotational properties, in comparison with predictions from total Routhian surface and particle-rotor model calculations. ...
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