Candidates for two-phonon octupole excitations in 208Pb

Minfang Yeh, M. Kadi, P. E. Garrett, C. A. McGrath, S. W. Yates, T. Belgya

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Following the identification of the lowest-spin member of the two-phonon octupole quartet in 208Pb, the additional members of the multiplet have been sought with the (n,n′γ) reaction. Based on energy arguments and E1 transition probabilities determined from Doppler-shift lifetime measurements, the 5286-and 5216-keV states are suggested as candidates for the 2+ and 4+ two-phonon octupole excitations in 208Pb. The difficulties of identifying the 6+ member of this quartet are examined.

Original languageEnglish
JournalPhysical Review C - Nuclear Physics
Volume57
Issue number5
Publication statusPublished - May 1998

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Yeh, M., Kadi, M., Garrett, P. E., McGrath, C. A., Yates, S. W., & Belgya, T. (1998). Candidates for two-phonon octupole excitations in 208Pb. Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics, 57(5).

Candidates for two-phonon octupole excitations in 208Pb. / Yeh, Minfang; Kadi, M.; Garrett, P. E.; McGrath, C. A.; Yates, S. W.; Belgya, T.

In: Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics, Vol. 57, No. 5, 05.1998.

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Yeh, M, Kadi, M, Garrett, PE, McGrath, CA, Yates, SW & Belgya, T 1998, 'Candidates for two-phonon octupole excitations in 208Pb', Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics, vol. 57, no. 5.
Yeh M, Kadi M, Garrett PE, McGrath CA, Yates SW, Belgya T. Candidates for two-phonon octupole excitations in 208Pb. Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics. 1998 May;57(5).
Yeh, Minfang ; Kadi, M. ; Garrett, P. E. ; McGrath, C. A. ; Yates, S. W. ; Belgya, T. / Candidates for two-phonon octupole excitations in 208Pb. In: Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics. 1998 ; Vol. 57, No. 5.
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