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Neutron-rich isotopes Ti-54-57. / Dorfler, T.; Schmidt Ott, W.D.; Hild, T.; Mehren, T.; Bohmer, W.; Moller, P.; Pfeiffer, B.; Rauscher, T.; Kratz, K.L.; Sorlin, O.; Grevy, S.; Guillemaud Mueller, D.; Mueller, A.C.; Pougheon, F.; Anne, R.; Lewitowicz, M.; Ostrowsky, A.; Robinson, M.; Saint Laurent, M.G.

In: Physical Review C, Vol. 54, No. 6, 12.1996, p. 2894-2903.

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Dorfler, T, Schmidt Ott, WD, Hild, T, Mehren, T, Bohmer, W, Moller, P, Pfeiffer, B, Rauscher, T, Kratz, KL, Sorlin, O, Grevy, S, Guillemaud Mueller, D, Mueller, AC, Pougheon, F, Anne, R, Lewitowicz, M, Ostrowsky, A, Robinson, M & Saint Laurent, MG 1996, 'Neutron-rich isotopes Ti-54-57', Physical Review C, vol. 54, no. 6, pp. 2894-2903. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.54.2894

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Dorfler, T., Schmidt Ott, W. D., Hild, T., Mehren, T., Bohmer, W., Moller, P., ... Saint Laurent, M. G. (1996). Neutron-rich isotopes Ti-54-57. Physical Review C, 54(6), 2894-2903. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.54.2894

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Dorfler T, Schmidt Ott WD, Hild T, Mehren T, Bohmer W, Moller P et al. Neutron-rich isotopes Ti-54-57. Physical Review C. 1996 Dec;54(6):2894-2903. https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.54.2894

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Dorfler, T. ; Schmidt Ott, W.D. ; Hild, T. ; Mehren, T. ; Bohmer, W. ; Moller, P. ; Pfeiffer, B. ; Rauscher, T. ; Kratz, K.L. ; Sorlin, O. ; Grevy, S. ; Guillemaud Mueller, D. ; Mueller, A.C. ; Pougheon, F. ; Anne, R. ; Lewitowicz, M. ; Ostrowsky, A. ; Robinson, M. ; Saint Laurent, M.G. / Neutron-rich isotopes Ti-54-57. In: Physical Review C. 1996 ; Vol. 54, No. 6. pp. 2894-2903.

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title = "Neutron-rich isotopes Ti-54-57",
abstract = "The neutron-rich isotopes Ti-54-57 and Cr-58-60 are produced by fragmentation of a 64.5 MeV/nucleon Cu-65(26+) beam in a 90 mg/cm(2) Be-9 target. Following particle identification by energy loss and time of flight, the radioactive decay was observed by beta singles and beta gamma-coincidence measurements. The results obtained for Cr-58-60 are compared to previous results, whereas the decay of the Ti-54-57 isotopes is studied here. gamma-ray intensities and energies are estimated. The new experimental results an compared to quasi-random-phase-approximation predictions.",
keywords = "STABILITY, NUCLEI, BETA-DECAY, SPECTROMETER",
author = "T. Dorfler and {Schmidt Ott}, W.D. and T. Hild and T. Mehren and W. Bohmer and P. Moller and B. Pfeiffer and T. Rauscher and K.L. Kratz and O. Sorlin and S. Grevy and {Guillemaud Mueller}, D. and A.C. Mueller and F. Pougheon and R. Anne and M. Lewitowicz and A. Ostrowsky and M. Robinson and {Saint Laurent}, M.G.",
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AU - Dorfler, T.

AU - Schmidt Ott, W.D.

AU - Hild, T.

AU - Mehren, T.

AU - Bohmer, W.

AU - Moller, P.

AU - Pfeiffer, B.

AU - Rauscher, T.

AU - Kratz, K.L.

AU - Sorlin, O.

AU - Grevy, S.

AU - Guillemaud Mueller, D.

AU - Mueller, A.C.

AU - Pougheon, F.

AU - Anne, R.

AU - Lewitowicz, M.

AU - Ostrowsky, A.

AU - Robinson, M.

AU - Saint Laurent, M.G.

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N2 - The neutron-rich isotopes Ti-54-57 and Cr-58-60 are produced by fragmentation of a 64.5 MeV/nucleon Cu-65(26+) beam in a 90 mg/cm(2) Be-9 target. Following particle identification by energy loss and time of flight, the radioactive decay was observed by beta singles and beta gamma-coincidence measurements. The results obtained for Cr-58-60 are compared to previous results, whereas the decay of the Ti-54-57 isotopes is studied here. gamma-ray intensities and energies are estimated. The new experimental results an compared to quasi-random-phase-approximation predictions.

AB - The neutron-rich isotopes Ti-54-57 and Cr-58-60 are produced by fragmentation of a 64.5 MeV/nucleon Cu-65(26+) beam in a 90 mg/cm(2) Be-9 target. Following particle identification by energy loss and time of flight, the radioactive decay was observed by beta singles and beta gamma-coincidence measurements. The results obtained for Cr-58-60 are compared to previous results, whereas the decay of the Ti-54-57 isotopes is studied here. gamma-ray intensities and energies are estimated. The new experimental results an compared to quasi-random-phase-approximation predictions.

KW - STABILITY

KW - NUCLEI

KW - BETA-DECAY

KW - SPECTROMETER

U2 - 10.1103/PhysRevC.54.2894

DO - 10.1103/PhysRevC.54.2894

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