Structure of Te-136 and the problem of mass of Te-134

A Nowak, W Urban, M Rejmund, JL Durell, MJ Leddy, MA Jones, WR Phillips, AG Smith, BJ Varley, I Ahmad, LR Morss, M Bentaleb, E Lubkiewicz, N Schulz

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    Neutron-rich, N=84 nuclei from the Sn-132 region, populated in spontaneous fission of Cm-248, hal-e been studied with EUROGAM 2. Excited states and their spins and parities in the Te-136 nucleus were established up to 17 (h) over bar. OXBASH code calculations support the experimental identification of maximum aligned configurations in 136Te. Empirical shell model calculations for the I-pi = 14(+) level in 136Te indicate that the adopted mass of the Te-134 nucleus should be lowered by 200(80) keV.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalEuropean Physical Journal A
    Issue number2
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 1998


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