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The decay of proton-rich nuclei in the mass A=36–56 region

F. Aksouh
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F. Becker
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Bertram Blank
R. Borcea
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A. Boston
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M. Caamano
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D. Cortina
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G. Georgiev
R. Grzywacz
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M. Honma
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Z. Janas
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J. Kurcewicz
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V. Maslov
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C. Moore
M. Pfützner
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I. Stefan


In a series of experiments at the SISSI/LISE3 facility of GANIL conducted between 1999 and 2004, we have collected decay information for proton-rich nuclei between 36Ca and 56Zn. The data allowed us to study the decay properties of 26 nuclei. The main experimental information obtained for all nuclei is their β-decay half-life and their total β-delayed proton emission branching ratio. For many nuclei, individual proton groups and γ rays were identified and allowed us to establish first partial decay schemes for some of the nuclei studied. In addition, mass-excess values have been determined for some of the nuclei by means of the isobaric multiplet mass equation. For 50Ni, the decay via β-delayed two-proton emission could be tentatively identified. The decay of 49Ni allowed for the first time to identify the first 2+ state in 48Fe. The experimental data are confronted to model predictions for the half-life and the mass-excess values.

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in2p3-00168314 , version 1 (27-08-2007)



C. Dossat, N. Adimi, F. Aksouh, F. Becker, A. Bey, et al.. The decay of proton-rich nuclei in the mass A=36–56 region. Nuclear Physics A, 2007, 792, pp.18-86. ⟨10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2007.05.004⟩. ⟨in2p3-00168314⟩
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