Band-terminating states in 101Ag

D. Sohler, J. Timár, Zs Dombrádi, J. Cederkäll, J. Huijnen, M. Lipoglavšek, M. Palacz, A. Atac, C. Fahlander, H. Grawe, A. Johnson, A. Kerek, W. Klamra, J. Kownacki, A. Likar, L. O. Norlin, J. Nyberg, J. Persson, D. Seweryniak, G. de AngelisP. Bednarczyk, D. Foltescu, D. Jerrestam, S. Juutinen, E. Mäkelä, M. de Poli, H. A. Roth, T. Shizuma, Ö Skeppstedt, G. Sletten, S. Törmänen, M. Weiszflog

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Excited states of the neutron deficient 101Ag nucleus have been investigated via the 50Cr(58Ni, 3p1α) heavy-ion induced reaction at 261 MeV by use of in-beam spectroscopic methods. On the basis of the measured γγ-coincidence relations and angular distribution ratios high-spin bands have been extended up to Iπ=35/2+, 45/2(-) and (49/2-). The negative parity states at the highest energy have been interpreted as terminating non-collective oblate states in the framework of the Nilsson-Strutinsky cranking formalism.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)37-52
Number of pages16
JournalNuclear Physics A
Issue number1-2
Publication statusPublished - Mar 8 2004


  • (charged particle) γ-coin
  • Ag deduced high-spin levels
  • Band termination
  • Cranked Nilsson-Strutinsky calculations
  • E=261 MeV
  • I
  • J
  • Measured E
  • Nordball array
  • Nuclear reactions Cr(Ni, 3pα)
  • configurations
  • γγ-
  • π

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics

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    Sohler, D., Timár, J., Dombrádi, Z., Cederkäll, J., Huijnen, J., Lipoglavšek, M., Palacz, M., Atac, A., Fahlander, C., Grawe, H., Johnson, A., Kerek, A., Klamra, W., Kownacki, J., Likar, A., Norlin, L. O., Nyberg, J., Persson, J., Seweryniak, D., ... Weiszflog, M. (2004). Band-terminating states in 101Ag. Nuclear Physics A, 733(1-2), 37-52.