Beta decay studies far from stability with the Total Absorption Technique: The case of 76Sr

B. Rubio, E. Nácher, A. Algora, M. J G Borge, L. Caballero, D. Cano-Ott, S. Courtin, Ph Dessagne, D. Escrig, L. M. Fraile, W. Gelletly, A. Jungclaus, G. Le Scornet, F. Maréchal, Ch Miehé, E. Poirier, J. L. Taín, O. Tengblad

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To summarise we have explained why we think it is important to measure the B(GT) distribution for beta decays of nuclei far from stability. We have also explained why it is essential to apply the Total Absorption technique in such measurements if we are to use the results in comparison with theory. As an example we have presented our results for the decay of 76Sr. The initial idea of extracting the ground state deformation of the parent state from such a comparison is due to Hamamoto. Testing the idea has had to wait until now, when the right technique became available. The results presented provide the first experimental evidence that the strongly deformed 76Sr ground state is definitely prolate.

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JournalNuclear Physics A
Volume752
Issue number1-4 SPEC. ISS.
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Publication statusPublished - Apr 18 2005

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Rubio, B., Nácher, E., Algora, A., Borge, M. J. G., Caballero, L., Cano-Ott, D., ... Tengblad, O. (2005). Beta decay studies far from stability with the Total Absorption Technique: The case of 76Sr. Nuclear Physics A, 752(1-4 SPEC. ISS.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2005.02.147

Beta decay studies far from stability with the Total Absorption Technique : The case of 76Sr. / Rubio, B.; Nácher, E.; Algora, A.; Borge, M. J G; Caballero, L.; Cano-Ott, D.; Courtin, S.; Dessagne, Ph; Escrig, D.; Fraile, L. M.; Gelletly, W.; Jungclaus, A.; Le Scornet, G.; Maréchal, F.; Miehé, Ch; Poirier, E.; Taín, J. L.; Tengblad, O.

In: Nuclear Physics A, Vol. 752, No. 1-4 SPEC. ISS., 18.04.2005.

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Rubio, B, Nácher, E, Algora, A, Borge, MJG, Caballero, L, Cano-Ott, D, Courtin, S, Dessagne, P, Escrig, D, Fraile, LM, Gelletly, W, Jungclaus, A, Le Scornet, G, Maréchal, F, Miehé, C, Poirier, E, Taín, JL & Tengblad, O 2005, 'Beta decay studies far from stability with the Total Absorption Technique: The case of 76Sr', Nuclear Physics A, vol. 752, no. 1-4 SPEC. ISS.. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2005.02.147
Rubio, B. ; Nácher, E. ; Algora, A. ; Borge, M. J G ; Caballero, L. ; Cano-Ott, D. ; Courtin, S. ; Dessagne, Ph ; Escrig, D. ; Fraile, L. M. ; Gelletly, W. ; Jungclaus, A. ; Le Scornet, G. ; Maréchal, F. ; Miehé, Ch ; Poirier, E. ; Taín, J. L. ; Tengblad, O. / Beta decay studies far from stability with the Total Absorption Technique : The case of 76Sr. In: Nuclear Physics A. 2005 ; Vol. 752, No. 1-4 SPEC. ISS.
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