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Strong fragmentation of low-energy electromagnetic excitation strength in Sn-117

(1999) PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. 83(20). p.4029-4032
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Results of nuclear resonance fluorescence experiments on Sn-117 are reported. More than 50 gamma transitions with E gamma < 4 MeV were detected. For the first time microscopic calculations making use of a complete configuration space for low-lying states are performed for a heavy odd-mass spherical nucleus. The theoretical predictions are in good agreement with the data. It is concluded that although the El transitions are the strongest ones also M1 and E2 decays contribute substantially to the observed spectra. In contrast to the neighboring even Sn116-124 nuclei, in Sn-117 the 1(-) component of the two-phonon [2(1)(+) x 3(1)(-)] multiplet built on top of the 1/2(+) ground state is proved to be fragmented.
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PARTICLE MULTIPLET, DIPOLE EXCITATIONS, NUCLEI, SCATTERING, STATES, PB-208

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Ponomarev, VY, Johan Bryssinck, L Govor, Filip Bauwens, O Beck, D Belic, P von Brentano, et al. 1999. “Strong Fragmentation of Low-energy Electromagnetic Excitation Strength in Sn-117.” Physical Review Letters 83 (20): 4029–4032.
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Ponomarev, V., Bryssinck, J., Govor, L., Bauwens, F., Beck, O., Belic, D., von Brentano, P., et al. (1999). Strong fragmentation of low-energy electromagnetic excitation strength in Sn-117. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 83(20), 4029–4032.
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Ponomarev V, Bryssinck J, Govor L, Bauwens F, Beck O, Belic D, et al. Strong fragmentation of low-energy electromagnetic excitation strength in Sn-117. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. 1999;83(20):4029–32.
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Ponomarev, VY, Johan Bryssinck, L Govor, et al. “Strong Fragmentation of Low-energy Electromagnetic Excitation Strength in Sn-117.” PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 83.20 (1999): 4029–4032. Print.
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  abstract     = {Results of nuclear resonance fluorescence experiments on Sn-117 are reported. More than 50 gamma transitions with E gamma {\textlangle} 4 MeV were detected. For the first time microscopic calculations making use of a complete configuration space for low-lying states are performed for a heavy odd-mass spherical nucleus. The theoretical predictions are in good agreement with the data. It is concluded that although the El transitions are the strongest ones also M1 and E2 decays contribute substantially to the observed spectra. In contrast to the neighboring even Sn116-124 nuclei, in Sn-117 the 1(-) component of the two-phonon [2(1)(+) x 3(1)(-)] multiplet built on top of the 1/2(+) ground state is proved to be fragmented.},
  author       = {Ponomarev, VY and Bryssinck, Johan and Govor, L and Bauwens, Filip and Beck, O and Belic, D and von Brentano, P and De Frenne, Denis and Fransen, C and Herzberg, RD and Jacobs, Etienne and Kneissl, U and Maser, H and Nord, A and Pietralla, N and Pitz, HH and Werner, V},
  issn         = {0031-9007},
  journal      = {PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS},
  keyword      = {PARTICLE MULTIPLET,DIPOLE EXCITATIONS,NUCLEI,SCATTERING,STATES,PB-208},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {20},
  pages        = {4029--4032},
  title        = {Strong fragmentation of low-energy electromagnetic excitation strength in Sn-117},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.83.4029},
  volume       = {83},
  year         = {1999},
}

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