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Shape coexistence in 180Hg studied through the β decay of 180Tl

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The beta(+)/EC decay of (180)Tl and excited states in the daughter nucleus (180)Hg have been investigated at the CERN On-Line Isotope Mass Separator (ISOLDE) facility. Many new low-lying energy levels were observed in (180)Hg, of which the most significant are the 0(2)(+) at 419.6 keV and the 2(2)(+) at 601.3 keV. The former is the bandhead of an excited band in (180)Hg assumed originally to be of prolate nature. From the beta feeding to the different states in (180)Hg, the ground-state spin of (180)Tl was deduced to be (4(-),5(-)).
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STATES, BANDS, MERCURY, ISOLDE, DEFICIENT HG ISOTOPES, MASS NUCLEI, beta decay, spectroscopy, Isolde

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Elseviers, Jytte, Andrei Andreyev, S Antalic, A Barzakh, N Bree, TE Cocolios, VF Comas, et al. 2011. “Shape Coexistence in 180Hg Studied Through the β Decay of 180Tl.” Physical Review C 84 (3).
APA
Elseviers, J., Andreyev, A., Antalic, S., Barzakh, A., Bree, N., Cocolios, T., Comas, V., et al. (2011). Shape coexistence in 180Hg studied through the β decay of 180Tl. PHYSICAL REVIEW C, 84(3).
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Elseviers J, Andreyev A, Antalic S, Barzakh A, Bree N, Cocolios T, et al. Shape coexistence in 180Hg studied through the β decay of 180Tl. PHYSICAL REVIEW C. 2011;84(3).
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Elseviers, Jytte, Andrei Andreyev, S Antalic, et al. “Shape Coexistence in 180Hg Studied Through the β Decay of 180Tl.” PHYSICAL REVIEW C 84.3 (2011): n. pag. Print.
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  abstract     = {The beta(+)/EC decay of (180)Tl and excited states in the daughter nucleus (180)Hg have been investigated at the CERN On-Line Isotope Mass Separator (ISOLDE) facility. Many new low-lying energy levels were observed in (180)Hg, of which the most significant are the 0(2)(+) at 419.6 keV and the 2(2)(+) at 601.3 keV. The former is the bandhead of an excited band in (180)Hg assumed originally to be of prolate nature. From the beta feeding to the different states in (180)Hg, the ground-state spin of (180)Tl was deduced to be (4(-),5(-)).},
  articleno    = {034307},
  author       = {Elseviers, Jytte and Andreyev, Andrei and Antalic, S and Barzakh, A and Bree, N and Cocolios, TE and Comas, VF and Diriken, J and Fedorov, D and Fedosseyev, VN and Franchoo, S and Heredia, JA and Huyse, M and Ivanov, O and K{\"o}ster, U and Marsh, BA and Page, RD and Patronis, N and Seliverstov, M and Tsekhanovich, I and Van den Bergh, P and Van De Walle, J and Van Duppen, P and Venhart, M and Vermote, Sofie and Veselsk{\'y}, M and Wagemans, Cyrillus},
  issn         = {0556-2813},
  journal      = {PHYSICAL REVIEW C},
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  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {8},
  title        = {Shape coexistence in 180Hg studied through the \ensuremath{\beta} decay of 180Tl},
  volume       = {84},
  year         = {2011},
}

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