schliessen

Filtern

 

Bibliotheken

Structural evolution in the neutron-rich nuclei ¹⁰⁶Zr and ¹⁰⁸Zr

The low-lying states in ¹⁰⁶Zr and ¹⁰⁸Zr have been investigated by means of β-γ and isomer spectroscopy at the radioactive isotope beam factory (RIBF), respectively. A new isomer with a half-life of 620 ± 150 ns has been identified in ¹⁰⁸Zr. For the sequence of even-even Zr isotopes, the excitation e... Full description

Journal Title: Physical review letters 20 May 2011, Vol.106(20), pp.202501
Main Author: Sumikama, T
Other Authors: Yoshinaga, K , Watanabe, H , Nishimura, S , Miyashita, Y , Yamaguchi, K , Sugimoto, K , Chiba, J , Li, Z , Baba, H , Berryman, J S , Blasi, N , Bracco, A , Camera, F , Doornenbal, P , Go, S , Hashimoto, T , Hayakawa, S , Hinke, C , Ideguchi
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
Subjects:
ID: E-ISSN: 1079-7114 ; PMID: 21668223 Version:1
Link: http://pubmed.gov/21668223
Zum Text:
SendSend as email Add to Book BagAdd to Book Bag
Staff View
recordid: medline21668223
title: Structural evolution in the neutron-rich nuclei ¹⁰⁶Zr and ¹⁰⁸Zr
format: Article
creator:
  • Sumikama, T
  • Yoshinaga, K
  • Watanabe, H
  • Nishimura, S
  • Miyashita, Y
  • Yamaguchi, K
  • Sugimoto, K
  • Chiba, J
  • Li, Z
  • Baba, H
  • Berryman, J S
  • Blasi, N
  • Bracco, A
  • Camera, F
  • Doornenbal, P
  • Go, S
  • Hashimoto, T
  • Hayakawa, S
  • Hinke, C
  • Ideguchi
subjects:
  • Nuclear Experiment
ispartof: Physical review letters, 20 May 2011, Vol.106(20), pp.202501
description: The low-lying states in ¹⁰⁶Zr and ¹⁰⁸Zr have been investigated by means of β-γ and isomer spectroscopy at the radioactive isotope beam factory (RIBF), respectively. A new isomer with a half-life of 620 ± 150 ns has been identified in ¹⁰⁸Zr. For the sequence of even-even Zr isotopes, the excitation energies of the first 2⁺ states reach a minimum at N = 64 and gradually increase as the neutron number increases up to N = 68, suggesting a deformed subshell closure at N = 64. The deformed ground state of ¹⁰⁸Zr indicates that a spherical subshell gap predicted at N = 70 is not large enough to change the ground state of ¹⁰⁸Zr to the spherical shape. The possibility of a tetrahedral shape isomer in ¹⁰⁸Zr is also discussed.
language: eng
source:
identifier: E-ISSN: 1079-7114 ; PMID: 21668223 Version:1
fulltext: no_fulltext
issn:
  • 10797114
  • 1079-7114
url: Link


@attributes
ID1851528154
RANK0.07
NO1
SEARCH_ENGINEprimo_central_multiple_fe
SEARCH_ENGINE_TYPEPrimo Central Search Engine
LOCALfalse
PrimoNMBib
record
control
sourcerecordid21668223
sourceidmedline
recordidTN_medline21668223
sourceformatXML
sourcesystemPC
pqid2081217514
display
typearticle
titleStructural evolution in the neutron-rich nuclei ¹⁰⁶Zr and ¹⁰⁸Zr
creatorSumikama, T ; Yoshinaga, K ; Watanabe, H ; Nishimura, S ; Miyashita, Y ; Yamaguchi, K ; Sugimoto, K ; Chiba, J ; Li, Z ; Baba, H ; Berryman, J S ; Blasi, N ; Bracco, A ; Camera, F ; Doornenbal, P ; Go, S ; Hashimoto, T ; Hayakawa, S ; Hinke, C ; Ideguchi
ispartofPhysical review letters, 20 May 2011, Vol.106(20), pp.202501
identifierE-ISSN: 1079-7114 ; PMID: 21668223 Version:1
descriptionThe low-lying states in ¹⁰⁶Zr and ¹⁰⁸Zr have been investigated by means of β-γ and isomer spectroscopy at the radioactive isotope beam factory (RIBF), respectively. A new isomer with a half-life of 620 ± 150 ns has been identified in ¹⁰⁸Zr. For the sequence of even-even Zr isotopes, the excitation energies of the first 2⁺ states reach a minimum at N = 64 and gradually increase as the neutron number increases up to N = 68, suggesting a deformed subshell closure at N = 64. The deformed ground state of ¹⁰⁸Zr indicates that a spherical subshell gap predicted at N = 70 is not large enough to change the ground state of ¹⁰⁸Zr to the spherical shape. The possibility of a tetrahedral shape isomer in ¹⁰⁸Zr is also discussed.
languageeng
source
subjectNuclear Experiment;
version6
lds50peer_reviewed
links
openurl$$Topenurl_article
backlink$$Uhttp://pubmed.gov/21668223$$EView_this_record_in_MEDLINE/PubMed
openurlfulltext$$Topenurlfull_article
addlink$$Uhttp://exlibris-pub.s3.amazonaws.com/aboutMedline.html$$EView_the_MEDLINE/PubMed_Copyright_Statement
search
creatorcontrib
0Sumikama, T
1Yoshinaga, K
2Watanabe, H
3Nishimura, S
4Miyashita, Y
5Yamaguchi, K
6Sugimoto, K
7Chiba, J
8Li, Z
9Baba, H
10Berryman, J S
11Blasi, N
12Bracco, A
13Camera, F
14Doornenbal, P
15Go, S
16Hashimoto, T
17Hayakawa, S
18Hinke, C
19Ideguchi, E
20Isobe, T
21Ito, Y
22Jenkins, D G
23Kawada, Y
24Kobayashi, N
25Kondo, Y
26Krücken, R
27Kubono, S
28Lorusso, G
29Nakano, T
30Kurata-Nishimura, M
31Odahara, A
32Ong, H J
33Ota, S
34Podolyák, Zs
35Sakurai, H
36Scheit, H
37Steiger, K
38Steppenbeck, D
39Takano, S
40Takashima, A
41Tajiri, K
42Teranishi, T
43Wakabayashi, Y
44Walker, P M
45Wieland, O
46Yamaguchi, H
titleStructural evolution in the neutron-rich nuclei ¹⁰⁶Zr and ¹⁰⁸Zr
descriptionThe low-lying states in ¹⁰⁶Zr and ¹⁰⁸Zr have been investigated by means of β-γ and isomer spectroscopy at the radioactive isotope beam factory (RIBF), respectively. A new isomer with a half-life of 620 ± 150 ns has been identified in ¹⁰⁸Zr. For the sequence of even-even Zr isotopes, the excitation energies of the first 2⁺ states reach a minimum at N = 64 and gradually increase as the neutron number increases up to N = 68, suggesting a deformed subshell closure at N = 64. The deformed ground state of ¹⁰⁸Zr indicates that a spherical subshell gap predicted at N = 70 is not large enough to change the ground state of ¹⁰⁸Zr to the spherical shape. The possibility of a tetrahedral shape isomer in ¹⁰⁸Zr is also discussed.
general
021668223
1English
2MEDLINE/PubMed (U.S. National Library of Medicine)
3MEDLINE/PubMed (NLM)
sourceidmedline
recordidmedline21668223
issn
010797114
11079-7114
rsrctypearticle
creationdate2011
addtitlePhysical review letters
searchscope
0medline
1nlm_medline
2MEDLINE
scope
0medline
1nlm_medline
2MEDLINE
lsr4120110520
citationpf 202501 vol 106 issue 20
startdate20110520
enddate20110520
lsr30VSR-Enriched:[pqid, subject, doi]
sort
titleStructural evolution in the neutron-rich nuclei ¹⁰⁶Zr and ¹⁰⁸Zr
authorSumikama, T ; Yoshinaga, K ; Watanabe, H ; Nishimura, S ; Miyashita, Y ; Yamaguchi, K ; Sugimoto, K ; Chiba, J ; Li, Z ; Baba, H ; Berryman, J S ; Blasi, N ; Bracco, A ; Camera, F ; Doornenbal, P ; Go, S ; Hashimoto, T ; Hayakawa, S ; Hinke, C ; Ideguchi
creationdate20110520
lso0120110520
facets
frbrgroupid8912669727737838018
frbrtype5
newrecords20190701
languageeng
creationdate2011
collectionMEDLINE/PubMed (NLM)
prefilterarticles
rsrctypearticles
creatorcontrib
0Sumikama, T
1Yoshinaga, K
2Watanabe, H
3Nishimura, S
4Miyashita, Y
5Yamaguchi, K
6Sugimoto, K
7Chiba, J
8Li, Z
9Baba, H
10Berryman, J S
11Blasi, N
12Bracco, A
13Camera, F
14Doornenbal, P
15Go, S
16Hashimoto, T
17Hayakawa, S
18Hinke, C
19Ideguchi, E
20Isobe, T
21Ito, Y
22Jenkins, D G
23Kawada, Y
24Kobayashi, N
25Kondo, Y
26Krücken, R
27Kubono, S
28Lorusso, G
29Nakano, T
30Kurata-Nishimura, M
31Odahara, A
32Ong, H J
33Ota, S
34Podolyák, Zs
35Sakurai, H
36Scheit, H
37Steiger, K
38Steppenbeck, D
39Takano, S
40Takashima, A
41Tajiri, K
42Teranishi, T
43Wakabayashi, Y
44Walker, P M
45Wieland, O
46Yamaguchi, H
jtitlePhysical Review Letters
toplevelpeer_reviewed
delivery
delcategoryRemote Search Resource
fulltextno_fulltext
addata
aulast
0Sumikama
1Yoshinaga
2Watanabe
3Nishimura
4Miyashita
5Yamaguchi
6Sugimoto
7Chiba
8Li
9Baba
10Berryman
11Blasi
12Bracco
13Camera
14Doornenbal
15Go
16Hashimoto
17Hayakawa
18Hinke
19Ideguchi
20Isobe
21Ito
22Jenkins
23Kawada
24Kobayashi
25Kondo
26Krücken
27Kubono
28Lorusso
29Nakano
30Kurata-Nishimura
31Odahara
32Ong
33Ota
34Podolyák
35Sakurai
36Scheit
37Steiger
38Steppenbeck
39Takano
40Takashima
41Tajiri
42Teranishi
43Wakabayashi
44Walker
45Wieland
aufirst
0T
1K
2H
3S
4Y
5J
6Z
7J S
8N
9A
10F
11P
12C
13E
14D G
15R
16G
17M
18H J
19Zs
20D
21P M
22O
au
0Sumikama, T
1Yoshinaga, K
2Watanabe, H
3Nishimura, S
4Miyashita, Y
5Yamaguchi, K
6Sugimoto, K
7Chiba, J
8Li, Z
9Baba, H
10Berryman, J S
11Blasi, N
12Bracco, A
13Camera, F
14Doornenbal, P
15Go, S
16Hashimoto, T
17Hayakawa, S
18Hinke, C
19Ideguchi, E
20Isobe, T
21Ito, Y
22Jenkins, D G
23Kawada, Y
24Kobayashi, N
25Kondo, Y
26Krücken, R
27Kubono, S
28Lorusso, G
29Nakano, T
30Kurata-Nishimura, M
31Odahara, A
32Ong, H J
33Ota, S
34Podolyák, Zs
35Sakurai, H
36Scheit, H
37Steiger, K
38Steppenbeck, D
39Takano, S
40Takashima, A
41Tajiri, K
42Teranishi, T
43Wakabayashi, Y
44Walker, P M
45Wieland, O
46Yamaguchi, H
atitleStructural evolution in the neutron-rich nuclei ¹⁰⁶Zr and ¹⁰⁸Zr
jtitlePhysical review letters
risdate20110520
volume106
issue20
spage202501
pages202501
issn0031-9007
eissn1079-7114
formatjournal
genrearticle
ristypeJOUR
abstractThe low-lying states in ¹⁰⁶Zr and ¹⁰⁸Zr have been investigated by means of β-γ and isomer spectroscopy at the radioactive isotope beam factory (RIBF), respectively. A new isomer with a half-life of 620 ± 150 ns has been identified in ¹⁰⁸Zr. For the sequence of even-even Zr isotopes, the excitation energies of the first 2⁺ states reach a minimum at N = 64 and gradually increase as the neutron number increases up to N = 68, suggesting a deformed subshell closure at N = 64. The deformed ground state of ¹⁰⁸Zr indicates that a spherical subshell gap predicted at N = 70 is not large enough to change the ground state of ¹⁰⁸Zr to the spherical shape. The possibility of a tetrahedral shape isomer in ¹⁰⁸Zr is also discussed.
pmid21668223
doi10.1103/PhysRevLett.106.202501
date2011-05-20