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Excitations of one-valence-proton, one-valence-neutron nucleus $^{210}$Bi from cold-neutron capture

Abstract : The low-spin structure of one-proton, one-neutron $^{210}$Bi nucleus was investigated in cold-neutron capture reaction on $^{209}$Bi. The $\gamma$-coincidence measurements were performed with use of EXILL array consisted of 16 HPGe detectors. The experimental results were compared to shell-model calculations involving valence particles excitations. The $^{210}$Bi nucleus offers the potential to test the effective proton-neutron interactions because most of the states should arise from the proton-neutron excitations. Additionally, it was discovered that a few states should come from the couplings of valence particles to the $3^-$ octupole vibration in $^{208}$Pb which provides also the possibility of testing the calculations involving the core excitations.
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N. Cieplicka-Orynczak, B. Fornal, S. Leoni, D. Bazzacco, A. Blanc, et al.. Excitations of one-valence-proton, one-valence-neutron nucleus $^{210}$Bi from cold-neutron capture. Nuclear Structure and Dynamics '15, Jun 2015, Portoroz, Slovenia. pp.060011, ⟨10.1063/1.4932297⟩. ⟨in2p3-01227806⟩



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