Isomeric island in the vicinity of $^{66}$Fe

Abstract : An island of isomers have recently been observed on both sides of the N=40 shell below the Ni isotopes. Isomeric states in the $^{65}$Fe and $^{67}$Fe allow the knowledge of the single particle structure around the $\nu$g_9/2$ shell. Moreover, the excitation energy of the first $2^+$ and $4^+$ states in the $^{68}$Fe have been established by $\beta$-$\gamma$ correlation. The evolution of the structure of the Fe isotopes going far away from the valley of stability is, for the first time, given for N>40
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J. M. Daugas, M. Sawicka, M. Pfützner, I. Matea, H. Grawe, et al.. Isomeric island in the vicinity of $^{66}$Fe. S.V. Harissopulos, P. Demetriou, E. Julin. Frontiers in Nuclear Structure, Astrophysics, and Reactions - FINUSTAR, Sep 2005, Isle of Kos, Greece. 831 (831), pp.427-429, 2006, ⟨10.1063/1.2200971⟩. ⟨in2p3-00087246⟩



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