Low-energy structure of the even-A Ru96-104 isotopes via g-factor measurements

M. J. Taylor, G {Gürdal}, G {Kumbartzki}, N {Benczer-Koller}, A E {Stuchbery}, Y Y {Sharon}, M A {Bentley}, Z {Berant}, R J {Casperson}, R F {Casten}, A {Heinz}, G {Ilie}, R {Lüttke}, E A {McCutchan}, J {Qian}, B {Shoraka}, V {Werner}, E {Williams}, R {Winkler}

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The transient-field-perturbed angular correlation technique was used with Coulomb excitation in inverse kinematics to perform a systematic measurement of the g factors of the first excited 2+ 1 states in the stable even-A isotopes 96−104Ru. The measurements have been made relative to one another under matched kinematic conditions and include a measurement of g(2+ 1 ) = +0.47(3) in 96Ru.
Original languageEnglish
JournalPhysical Review C
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2011


  • Electromagnetic moments
  • Angular distribution and correlation measurements
  • Coulomb excitation
  • 90\&lt
  • =A\&lt
  • =149

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  • Manchester Cancer Research Centre


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