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Is the 7/2(1)(-) isomer state of 43S spherical?

R Chevrier, JM Daugas, L Gaudefroy, Y Ichikawa, H Ueno, M Hass, H Haas, Stefaan Cottenier UGent, N Aoi and K Asahi, et al. (2012) PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. 108(16).
abstract
We report on the spectroscopic quadrupole moment measurement of the 7/2(1)(-) isomeric state in S-43(16)27 [E* = 320.5(5) keV, T-1/2 = 415(3) ns], using the time dependent perturbed angular distribution technique at the RIKEN RIBF facility. Our value, vertical bar Q(s) vertical bar = 23(3) efm(2), is larger than that expected for a single-particle state. Shell model calculations using the modern SDPF-U interaction for this mass region reproduce remarkably well the measured vertical bar Q(s) vertical bar, and show that non-negligible correlations drive the isomeric state away from a purely spherical shape.
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Is the 7/2(1)(-) isomer state of S-43 spherical?
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keyword
ISLAND, FE-57, BORDER, PYRITE, NEUTRON-RICH NUCLEI, N=28 SHELL CLOSURE, QUADRUPOLE-MOMENT, FRAGMENTATION, STABILITY, INVERSION
journal title
PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS
Phys. Rev. Lett.
volume
108
issue
16
article_number
162501
pages
5 pages
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Article
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000302854500001
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PHYSICS, MULTIDISCIPLINARY
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7.943 (2012)
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5/83 (2012)
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1 (2012)
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0031-9007
DOI
10.1103/PhysRevLett.108.162501
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English
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2109294
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-2109294
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2012-05-21 09:09:26
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  articleno    = {162501},
  author       = {Chevrier, R and Daugas, JM and Gaudefroy, L and Ichikawa, Y and Ueno, H and Hass, M and Haas, H and Cottenier, Stefaan and Aoi, N and Asahi, K and Balabanski, DL and Fukuda, N and Furukawa, T and Georgiev, G and Hayashi, H and Iijima, H and Inabe, N and Inoue, T and Ishihara, M and Ishii, Y and Kameda, D and Kubo, T and Nanao, T and Neyens, G and Ohnishi, T and Rajabali, MM and Suzuki, K and Takeda, H and Tsuchiya, M and Vermeulen, N and Watanabe, H and Yoshimi, A},
  issn         = {0031-9007},
  journal      = {PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS},
  keyword      = {ISLAND,FE-57,BORDER,PYRITE,NEUTRON-RICH NUCLEI,N=28 SHELL CLOSURE,QUADRUPOLE-MOMENT,FRAGMENTATION,STABILITY,INVERSION},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {16},
  pages        = {5},
  title        = {Is the 7/2(1)(-) isomer state of 43S spherical?},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.108.162501},
  volume       = {108},
  year         = {2012},
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Chicago
Chevrier, R, JM Daugas, L Gaudefroy, Y Ichikawa, H Ueno, M Hass, H Haas, et al. 2012. “Is the 7/2(1)(-) Isomer State of 43S Spherical?” Physical Review Letters 108 (16).
APA
Chevrier, R., Daugas, J., Gaudefroy, L., Ichikawa, Y., Ueno, H., Hass, M., Haas, H., et al. (2012). Is the 7/2(1)(-) isomer state of 43S spherical? PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 108(16).
Vancouver
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Chevrier R, Daugas J, Gaudefroy L, Ichikawa Y, Ueno H, Hass M, et al. Is the 7/2(1)(-) isomer state of 43S spherical? PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS. 2012;108(16).
MLA
Chevrier, R, JM Daugas, L Gaudefroy, et al. “Is the 7/2(1)(-) Isomer State of 43S Spherical?” PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS 108.16 (2012): n. pag. Print.