Half-lives of the odd-odd N = Z nuclei 78Y, 82Nb, 86Tc

C. Longour, J. Garcés Narro, B. Blank, M. Lewitowicz, Ch Miehé, P. H. Regan, D. Applebe, L. Axelsson, A. M. Bruce, W. N. Catford, C. Chandler, R. M. Clark, D. M. Cullen, S. Czajkowski, J. M. Daugas, Ph Dessagne, A. Fleury, L. Frankland, W. Gelletly, J. GiovinazzoB. Greenhalgh, R. Grzywacz, M. Harder, K. L. Jones, N. Kelsall, T. Kszczot, R. D. Page, C. J. Pearson, A. T. Reed, O. Sorlin, R. Wadsworth

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Abstract

The heavy odd-odd N = Znuclei 74Rb, 78Y, 82Nb, 86Tc have been produced at GANIL by fragmentation of a 60 MeV/u 92Mo beam on a natural nickel target. The species of interest were selected and identified by their energy loss in a silicon detector and their time of flight through the LISE spectrometer. The ions were implanted in a silicon strip detector in which their β-decay was observed. The measured half-lives for 78Y, 82Nb, 86Tc correspond to superallowed transitions and may sign Fermi transitions on the basis of log f t values. Our experimental results pave the way for further and more precise measurements of these nuclei.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)759-762
Number of pages4
JournalJournal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics
Volume25
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 1999

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