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Evolution of collective motion in light polonium nuclei (1998)

Cizewski, J. A., Ding, K. Y., Fotiades, N., McNabb, D. P., Younes, W., Julin, R., Leino, M., Cocks, J., Greenlees, P., Helariutta, K., Jones, P., Juutinen, S., Kankaanpää, A., Kettunen, H., Kuusiniemi, P., Muikku, M., Rahkila, P., Savelius, A., Davids, C. N., . . . Andreyev, A. (1998). Evolution of collective motion in light polonium nuclei. In B. M. Sherrill (Ed.), ENAM 98 : Exotic nuclei and atomic masses. American Institute of Physics. AIP Conference Proceedings, 455. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.57247

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All authors or editorsCizewski, J. A.; Ding, K. Y.; Fotiades, N.; McNabb, D. P.; Younes, W.; Julin, R.; Leino, M.; Cocks, J.; Greenlees, P.; Helariutta, K.; et al.

Parent publicationENAM 98 : Exotic nuclei and atomic masses

Parent publication editorsSherrill, Bradley M.

Place and date of conferenceBellaire, Michigan (USA)23.-27.6.1998


Journal or seriesAIP Conference Proceedings



Publication year1998

Number in series455

PublisherAmerican Institute of Physics

Publication countryUnited States

Publication languageEnglish


Publication open accessNot open

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The γ-ray spectroscopy of even- and odd-mass isotopes of polonium have been studied using arrays of Ge detectors coupled to recoil-mass analyzers, including recoil-decay tagging techniques. The level energies and B(E2) branching ratios can be reproduced by theoretical frameworks which do not explicitly include proton particle-hole excitations across the Z=82 shell, conclusions in contrast to those deduced from alpha-decay measurements.

Keywordsphysicsisotopespoloniumspectroscopynuclear reactions

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