Coulomb excitation of 142Xe
Henrich, C., Kröll, T., Arnswald, K., Berger, C., Berner, C., Berry, T., . . . Zielinska, M. (2018). Coulomb excitation of 142Xe. Acta Physica Polonica B, 49 (3), 529-533. doi:10.5506/APhysPolB.49.529
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The even–even nucleus 142Xe lies north-east of the doubly magic 132Sn on the neutron-rich side of the nuclear chart. In order to gain further information on the octupole collectivity and the evolution of quadrupole collectivity in this region, a “safe” Coulomb excitation experiment was carried out at the new HIE-ISOLDE facility (CERN) at the end of 2016. As the gamma-ray detector the Miniball spectrometer was used. Beam and target nuclei were detected using C-REX, i.e. an array of segmented Si detectors, covering forward as well as backward angles in the laboratory frame.