In-beam spectroscopic studies of the 44S nucleus

L. Cáceres, D. Sohler, S. Grévy, O. Sorlin, Zs Dombrádi, B. Bastin, N. L. Achouri, J. C. Angélique, F. Azaiez, D. Baiborodin, R. Borcea, C. Bourgeois, A. Buta, A. Bürger, R. Chapman, J. C. Dalouzy, Z. Dlouhy, A. Drouard, Z. Elekes, S. FranchooL. Gaudefroy, S. Iacob, B. Laurent, M. Lazar, X. Liang, E. Liénard, J. Mrazek, L. Nalpas, F. Negoita, F. Nowacki, N. A. Orr, Y. Penionzhkevich, Zs Podolyák, F. Pougheon, A. Poves, P. Roussel-Chomaz, M. G. Saint-Laurent, M. Stanoiu, I. Stefan

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Abstract

The structure of the 44S nucleus has been studied at GANIL through the one proton knock-out reaction from a 45Cl secondary beam at 42 A•MeV. The γ rays following the de-excitation of 44S were detected in flight using the 70 BaF2 detectors of the Chĝteau de Cristal array. An exhaustive γγ-coincidence analysis allowed an unambiguous construction of the level scheme up to an excitation energy of 3301 keV. The existence of the spherical 22+ state is confirmed and three new γ-ray transitions connecting the prolate deformed 21+ level were observed. Comparison of the experimental results to shell model calculations further supports a prolate and spherical shape coexistence with a large mixing of states built on the ground state band in 44S.

Original languageEnglish
Article number024311
JournalPhysical Review C - Nuclear Physics
Volume85
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Feb 15 2012

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  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics

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    Cáceres, L., Sohler, D., Grévy, S., Sorlin, O., Dombrádi, Z., Bastin, B., Achouri, N. L., Angélique, J. C., Azaiez, F., Baiborodin, D., Borcea, R., Bourgeois, C., Buta, A., Bürger, A., Chapman, R., Dalouzy, J. C., Dlouhy, Z., Drouard, A., Elekes, Z., ... Stefan, I. (2012). In-beam spectroscopic studies of the 44S nucleus. Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics, 85(2), [024311]. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.85.024311