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Abstract

The experimental technique of intermediate-energy Coulomb excitation allows for in-beam γ-ray spectroscopy of β-unstable nuclei far from stability with low beam intensities. Measurements of excitation energies and electric multipole moments in neutron-rich nuclei in the π() shell have provided experimental data that can be compared to shell-model and microscopic calculations, extending our knowledge of the evolution of nuclear shells as the nuclear driplines are approached.

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1998-12-01
2024-06-18
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