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High resolution gamma-ray spectroscopy at GANIL

Abstract : Gamma-ray spectroscopy is intensively used at GANIL to measure low lying states in exotic nuclei on the neutron-rich as well as on the neutron-deficient side of the nuclear chart. On the neutron deficient border, gamma-rays have been observed for the first time in 92Pd . The level scheme which could be established points to the role of isoscalar pairing. On the neutron rich side, the lifetime of excited states in nuclei around 68Ni have been been measured using the plunger technique. This allows us to study the evolution of collectivity in a broad range of nuclei. In 2014 GANIL will host the AGATA array for a campaign of at least 2 years. This array is based on the gamma-ray tracking technique, which allows an impressive gain in resolving power.
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G. de France. High resolution gamma-ray spectroscopy at GANIL. XXXVI Brazilian Workshop on Nuclear Physics, Sep 2013, Sao Sebastiao, France. pp.10-16, ⟨10.1063/1.4901757⟩. ⟨in2p3-01101329⟩

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