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

Chevrier, R, Daugas, JM, Gaudefroy, L, Ichikawa, Y, Ueno, H, Hass, M, Haas, H, Cottenier, Stefaan UGent, Aoi, N, Asahi, K, 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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  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.},
  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},
}

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.