The GT Resonance revealed in β+-Decay using new experimental techniques

A. Algora, D. Cano-Ott, B. Rubio, J. L. Tain, J. Agramunt, J. Blomqvist, L. Batist, R. Borcea, R. Collatz, A. Gadea, J. Gerl, M. Gierlik, M. Górska, O. Guilbaud, H. Grawe, M. Hellström, Z. Hu, Z. Janas, M. Karny, R. KirchnerP. Kleinheinz, W. Liu, T. Martinez, F. Moroz, A. Płochocki, M. Rejmund, E. Roeckl, K. Rykaczewski, M. Shibata, J. Szerypo, V. Wittmann

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The GT beta decay of 150Ho has been studied with a Total Absorption Spectrometer (TAS), with an array of 6 Euroball CLUSTER Ge detectors (the CLUSTER CUBE), and with an alpha detector. The three techniques complement each other. The results provide the first observation of an extremely sharp resonance in GT beta decay.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)727c-730c
JournalNuclear Physics A
Issue number1 SUPPL. 1
Publication statusPublished - Jul 26 1999


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  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics

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Algora, A., Cano-Ott, D., Rubio, B., Tain, J. L., Agramunt, J., Blomqvist, J., Batist, L., Borcea, R., Collatz, R., Gadea, A., Gerl, J., Gierlik, M., Górska, M., Guilbaud, O., Grawe, H., Hellström, M., Hu, Z., Janas, Z., Karny, M., ... Wittmann, V. (1999). The GT Resonance revealed in β+-Decay using new experimental techniques. Nuclear Physics A, 654(1 SUPPL. 1), 727c-730c.