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International Conference on Finite Fermionic Systems: Nilsson Model 50 Years, Lund : Suède (2005)
Probing the maximally deformed light rare-earth region around the drip-line nucleus $^{130}$Sm
M. Petri, E.S. Paul, P.J. Nolan, A.J. Boston, R.J. Cooper, M.R. Dimmock, S. Gros, B.M. Mcguirk, H.C. Scraggs, G. Turk, B. Rossé1, M. Meyer1, N. Redon1, C. Schmitt1, O. Stézowski1, D. Guinet1, P. Lautesse1, G. De France2, S. Bhattachasyya2, G. Mukherjee2, F. Rejmund2, M. Rejmund2, H. Savajols2, J.N. Scheurer3, A. Astier, I. Deloncle4, A. Prévost4, B.M. Nyako, J. Gal, J. Molnar, J. Timar, L. Zolnai, K. Juhász, V.F.E. Pucknell, R. Wadsworth, P. Joshi, G. La Rana, R. Moro, M. Trotta, E. Vardaci, G. Hackman, G. Ball
EXOGAM Collaboration(s)

The neutron deficient rare-earth nuclei of the A~130 region are of particular interest since highly deformed prolate ground states are expected. Indeed these nuclei are predicted to show maximal ground-state deformations of β2 ~ 0.40 (axis ratio of 3:2), comparable to the deformation deduced for superdeformed cerium isotopes at high spin. A fusion–evaporation experiment was performed with radioactive ion beams at GANIL in October 2004 which had the goal to reach very proton-rich exotic nuclei located near the proton drip-line. A radioactive 76Kr beam, delivered by the SPIRAL facility, was used to bombard a thin 58Ni target. Emitted γ-rays were detected by the EXOGAM γ-ray spectrometer which was, for the first time, coupled with both the DIAMANT charged-particle array and the VAMOS spectrometer.
1 :  IPNL - Institut de Physique Nucléaire de Lyon
2 :  GANIL - Grand Accélérateur National d'Ions Lourds
3 :  CENBG - Centre d'Etudes Nucléaires de Bordeaux Gradignan
4 :  CSNSM - Centre de Spectrométrie Nucléaire et de Spectrométrie de Masse
Physique/Physique Nucléaire Expérimentale