Exploring Nuclear Structure at Large Isospin & Angular Momentum: Development of Isomer Spectroscopy System at VAMOS++ spectrometer

Abstract : The study of nuclear structure of neutron-rich nuclei at large angular momentum can provide insights to understand and predict the evolution of nuclear structure and new phenomena in nuclei at extreme conditions [1,2]. Isomeric states arise due to specific configuration of nuclear shell structure, providing an ideal testing ground for nuclear models. (e.g. Seniority-isomer (shell/sub-shell closure), spin trap, K-isomer (mid-shell), shape-isomer). Therefore to understand the structure arising from collective / individual motion of nucleons of the nuclei with isomeric state, it is important to construct the “complete” level scheme. It can be achieved by unambiguous particle identification (Z,A) and detection of both prompt and delayed γ-ray from isomeric state.
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Y.H. Kim. Exploring Nuclear Structure at Large Isospin & Angular Momentum: Development of Isomer Spectroscopy System at VAMOS++ spectrometer. Ecole Joliot-Curie 2016 (EJC2016) - Origin of Nuclei in the Universe, Sep 2016, Port-Barcares, France. ⟨in2p3-01373155⟩

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