Title: Nuclear mean-square charge radii of Ga-63,Ga-64,Ga-66,Ga-68-82 nuclei: No anomalous behavior at N=32
Authors: Procter, T. J ×
Billowes, J
Bissell, Mark
Blaum, K
Charlwood, F. C
Cheal, B
Flanagan, K. T
Forest, D. H
Fritzsche, S
Geppert, Ch
Heylen, Hanne
Kowalska, M
Kreim, K
Krieger, A
Kraemer, J
Lynch, K. M
Mane, E
Moore, I. D
Neugart, R
Neyens, Gerda
Noertershaeuser, W
Papuga, Jasna
Rajabali, Mustafa
Stroke, H. H
Vingerhoets, Pieter
Yordanov, D. T
Zakova, M #
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Published for the American Physical Society by the American Institute of Physics
Series Title: Physical Review C, Nuclear Physics vol:86 issue:3
Article number: ARTN 034329
Abstract: Collinear laser spectroscopy was performed on the 63,64,66,68−82Ga isotopes with neutron numbers from N = 32
to N = 51. These measurements were carried out at the ISOLDE radioactive ion beam facility at CERN. Here we
present the nuclear mean-square charge radii extracted from the isotope shifts and, for the lighter isotopes, new
spin and moment values. New ground-state nuclear spin and moments were extracted from the hyperfine spectra
of 63,70Ga, measured on an atomic transition in the neutral atom. The ground-state spin of 63Ga is determined to
be I = 3/2. Analysis of the trend in the change in mean-square charge radii of the gallium isotopes demonstrates
that there is no evidence of anomalous charge radii behavior in gallium in the region of N = 32.
ISSN: 0556-2813
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
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