#### Abstract

Proton and neutron single particle level spacings are determined for the $A=146\mathrm{}$ mass region, using a rotationally invariant interaction and recent experimental data. Excitation energies of spherical and deformed high spin states in ${}_{}{}^{147}{}_{}{}^{}\mathrm{Gd}$, the transition probability $B(E2;{10}^{+}\to {8}^{+})$ for several $N=82\mathrm{}$ isotones, and the ${0}^{+}$ excited state spectra of, and neutron pair transfer probabilities for, levels in ${}_{}{}^{146}{}_{}{}^{}\mathrm{Gd}$ and ${}_{}{}^{144}{}_{}{}^{}\mathrm{Sm}$ are calculated. Comparisons with experimental data are made.

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE ${}_{}{}^{144}{}_{}{}^{}\mathrm{Sm}$, ${}_{}{}^{146}{}_{}{}^{}\mathrm{Gd}$, ${}_{}{}^{147}{}_{}{}^{}\mathrm{Gd}$, ${}_{}{}^{148}{}_{}{}^{}\mathrm{Dy}$, ${}_{}{}^{150}{}_{}{}^{}\mathrm{Er}$, ${}_{}{}^{152}{}_{}{}^{}\mathrm{Yb}$, ${}_{}{}^{154}{}_{}{}^{}\mathrm{Hf}$; calculated single particle spectrum, high spin yrast levels, $B\left(E2\mathrm{}\right)\mathrm{}$, ${0}^{+}$ excited state spectrum, pair transfer probability.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.28.1374

- Received 22 February 1983
- Published in the issue dated September 1983

© 1983 The American Physical Society