A study of intruder negative-parity states of neutron-rich 33Si

Z. M. Wang, R. Chapman, X. Liang, F. Haas, M. Bouhelal, F. Azaiez, B. R. Behera, M. Burns, E. Caurier, L. Corradi, D. Curien, A. N. Deacon, Zs Dombrádi, E. Farnea, E. Fioretto, A. Gadea, A. Hodsdon, F. Ibrahim, A. Jungclaus, K. KeyesV. Kumar, A. Latina, N. Mǎrginean, G. Montagnoli, D. R. Napoli, F. Nowacki, J. Ollier, D. O'Donnell, A. Papenberg, G. Pollarolo, M. D. Salsac, F. Scarlassara, J. F. Smith, K. M. Spohr, M. Stanoiu, A. M. Stefanini, S. Szilner, M. Trotta, D. Verney

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    Yrast states in the neutron-rich 1433Si19 nucleus have been studied using binary grazing reactions produced by the interaction of a 215-MeV beam of S36 ions with a thin Pb208 target. An experimental setup that combines the large-acceptance magnetic spectrometer PRISMA and the high-efficiency γ-ray detection array CLARA was used in the experiment. Four new γ-ray photopeaks at energies of 971, 1724, 1772, and 2655 keV were observed and assigned to the Si33 level scheme. The experimental level scheme is compared with the results of 1ω p-sd-pf large-scale shell-model calculations using the recently developed PSDPFB effective interaction; good agreement is obtained. The structure of the populated states of Si33 is discussed within the context of an odd neutron coupled to states of the Si32 core.
    Original languageEnglish
    Article number064301
    JournalPhys Rev C
    Issue number6
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 2010


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