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# On the nature of the 17 $\mu s$ isomer of the $^{133}$Sb valence nucleus

Abstract : The decay of the 17 μs isomer of 133Sb was re-investigated experimentally. It was produced by thermal neutron induced fission of 241Pu. Its detection is based on time correlation between fission fragments selected by the LOHENGRIN spectrometer at ILL (Grenoble), and the γ-rays, and conversion electrons from the isomer. The interpretation of the level scheme is based on shell model calculations, where empirical two-body matrix elements were employed. The good agreement between theory and experiment suggests that the isomer is the 21/2+ member of the 2p-1h πg 7/2ν(f 7/2 h 11/2 −1) configuration. (Springer)
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J. Genevey, J.A. Pinston, H. Faust, C. Foin, S. Oberstedt, et al.. On the nature of the 17 $\mu s$ isomer of the $^{133}$Sb valence nucleus. European Physical Journal A, EDP Sciences, 2000, 7, pp.463-465. ⟨10.1007/PL00013643⟩. ⟨in2p3-00004795⟩

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