Spherical, oblate, and prolate nuclear shapes near Gd146

R. R. Chasman
Phys. Rev. C 28, 1374 – Published 1 September 1983
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Proton and neutron single particle level spacings are determined for the A=146 mass region, using a rotationally invariant interaction and recent experimental data. Excitation energies of spherical and deformed high spin states in Gd147, the transition probability B(E2; 10+8+) for several N=82 isotones, and the 0+ excited state spectra of, and neutron pair transfer probabilities for, levels in Gd146 and Sm144 are calculated. Comparisons with experimental data are made.

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE Sm144, Gd146, Gd147, Dy148, Er150, Yb152, Hf154; calculated single particle spectrum, high spin yrast levels, B(E2), 0+ excited state spectrum, pair transfer probability.

  • Received 22 February 1983


©1983 American Physical Society

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R. R. Chasman

  • Chemistry Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois 60439

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Vol. 28, Iss. 3 — September 1983

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