Perturbed angular distributions with LaBr3 detectors: The g factor of the first 10+ state in Cd 110 reexamined

T. J. Gray, A. E. Stuchbery, M. W. Reed, A. Akber, B. J. Coombes, J. T.H. Dowie, T. K. Eriksen, M. S.M. Gerathy, T. Kibédi, G. J. Lane, A. J. Mitchell, T. Palazzo, T. Tornyi

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    Abstract

    The time differential perturbed angular distribution technique with LaBr3 detectors has been applied to the Iπ=112- isomeric state (Ex=846 keV, τ=107 ns) in Cd107, which was populated and recoil-implanted into a gadolinium host following the Mo98(C12, 3n)Cd107 reaction. The static hyperfine field strength of Cd recoil implanted into gadolinium was thus measured, together with the fraction of nuclei implanted into field-free sites, under similar conditions as pertained for a previous implantation perturbed angular distribution g-factor measurement on the Iπ=10+ state in Cd110. The Cd110g(10+) value was thereby reevaluated, bringing it into agreement with the value expected for a seniority-two νh11/2 configuration.

    Original languageEnglish
    Article number054332
    JournalPhysical Review C
    Volume96
    Issue number5
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 29 Nov 2017

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