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Author Cederkaell, J. ♦ Lipoglavsek, M. ♦ Palacz, M. ♦ Persson, J. ♦ Atac, A. ♦ Fahlander, C. ♦ Grawe, H. ♦ Johnson, A. ♦ Klamra, W. ♦ Kownacki, J. ♦ Likar, A. ♦ Norlin, L. ♦ Nyberg, J. ♦ Schubart, R. ♦ Seweryniak, D. ♦ de Angelis, G. ♦ Bednarczyk, P. ♦ Dombradi, Z. ♦ Foltescu, D. ♦ Jerrestam, D. ♦ Juutinen, S. ♦ Maekelae, E. ♦ Nyako, B. M. ♦ Perez, G. ♦ de Poli, M. ♦ Roth, H. A. ♦ Schizuma, T. ♦ Skeppstedt, O. ♦ Sletten, G. ♦ Toermaenen, S.
Source United States Department of Energy Office of Scientific and Technical Information
Content type Text
Language English
Subject Keyword PHYSICS ♦ INDIUM 101 ♦ EXCITED STATES ♦ IN-BEAM SPECTROSCOPY ♦ GAMMA RADIATION ♦ GROUND STATES ♦ SHELL MODELS ♦ TIN 100 ♦ GAMMA CASCADES
Abstract The first evidence for excited states in {sup 101}In is presented. {sup 101}In is the lightest In isotope observed in an in-beam experiment. Two {gamma}-ray transitions at 1309 and 341 keV, respectively, are strong candidates for a cascade to the ground state in this nucleus. In shell-model terms it has one proton hole and two neutron particles outside the double shell closure at {sup 100}Sn. New ideas for improving the peak to background ratio in certain {gamma}-ray spectra from fusion evaporation reactions are introduced. {copyright} {ital 1996 The American Physical Society.}
ISSN 05562813
Educational Use Research
Learning Resource Type Article
Publisher Date 1996-04-01
Publisher Place United States
Journal Physical Review, C
Volume Number 53
Issue Number 4


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