Title: Laser spectroscopy of gallium isotopes beyond N = 50
Authors: Cheal, B.
Billowes, J.
Bissell, Mark
Blaum, K.
Charlwood, F.C.
Flanagan, K.T.
Forest, D.H.
Geppert, Ch.
Kowalska, M.
Kreim, K.
Krieger, A.
Kramer, J.
Lynch, K.M.
Mane, E.
Moore, I.D.
Neugart, R.
Neyens, G.
Nortershauser, W.
Papuga, J.
Procter, T.J.
Rajabali, M.M.
Stroke, H.H.
Vingerhoets, P.
Yordanov, D.T.
Zakova, M.
Issue Date: 18-Sep-2012
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Host Document: Journal of Physics: Conference Series vol:381 pages:012071-6
Conference: Rutherford Centennial Conference on Nuclear Physics location:Manchester, UK date:8-12 August 2011
Abstract: The installation of an ion-beam cooler-buncher at the ISOLDE, CERN facility has provided increased sensitivity for collinear laser spectroscopy experiments. A migration of
single-particle states in gallium and in copper isotopes has been investigated through extensive measurements of ground state and isomeric state hyperfine structures. Lying beyond the N = 50 shell closure, 82Ga is the most exotic nucleus in the region to have been studied by optical
methods, and is reported here for the first time.
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IC
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