First evidence for excited states in 101In

J. Cederkäll, M. Lipoglavšek, M. Palacz, J. Persson, A. Ataç, C. Fahlander, H. Grawe, A. Johnson, W. Klamra, J. Kownacki, A. Likar, L. O. Norlin, J. Nyberg, R. Schubart, D. Seweryniak, G. De Angelis, P. Bednarczyk, Zs Dombrádi, D. Foltescu, D. JerrestamS. Juutinen, E. Mäkelä, B. M. Nyakó, G. Perez, M. De Poli, H. A. Roth, T. Schizuma, Ö Skeppstedt, G. Sletten, S. Törmänen

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The first evidence for excited states in 101In is presented. 101In is the lightest In isotope observed in an in-beam experiment. Two γ-ray transitions at 1309 and 341 keV, respectively, are strong candidates for a cascade to the ground state in this nucleus. In shell-model terms it has one proton hole and two neutron particles outside the double shell closure at 100Sn. New ideas for improving the peak to background ratio in certain γ-ray spectra from fusion evaporation reactions are introduced.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1955-1958
Number of pages4
JournalPhysical Review C - Nuclear Physics
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - Apr 1996

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    Cederkäll, J., Lipoglavšek, M., Palacz, M., Persson, J., Ataç, A., Fahlander, C., Grawe, H., Johnson, A., Klamra, W., Kownacki, J., Likar, A., Norlin, L. O., Nyberg, J., Schubart, R., Seweryniak, D., De Angelis, G., Bednarczyk, P., Dombrádi, Z., Foltescu, D., ... Törmänen, S. (1996). First evidence for excited states in 101In. Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics, 53(4), 1955-1958.