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|Title:||Structure of the neutron deficient In-107|
|Keywords:||Smooth Band Termination|
|Publisher:||AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOC|
|Citation:||PHYSICAL REVIEW C, 58(6), 3738-3741|
|Abstract:||High spin states in the nucleus In-107 have been investigated using the reaction Zn-66(Sc-45,2p2n) at a beam energy of 162 MeV. Levels up to a spin 33/2 (h) over bar and an excitation energy 7 MeV have been established from gamma-gamma coincidence measurements. Two Delta I = 1 sequences have been observed, in addition to a large number of other states arising from single particle excitations. The configuration pi g(9/2)(-1)x nu h(11/2) coupled to neutrons in the d(5/2) and g(7/2) orbitals appears to have a dominant contribution to the observed negative parity states. [S0556-2813(98)07112-X].|
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