- Conference date: 11-14 May 2005
- Location: Cadarache (France)
The neutron‐rich nuclei 72 Ni and 72 Cu have been produced in the proton‐induced fission of 238U at the LISOL and ISOLDE facilities of Louvain‐La‐Neuve and CERN. Partial β‐decay schemes are presented, giving some information about the nuclear structure of their daughter nuclei 72 Cu and 72 Zn. The lifetime of 72 Cu was determined to be T1/2 = 6.63(3) s, in line with previous measurements. No β‐decaying isomeric states were identified in 72 Cu, in contrast to 70 Cu. The spin and the parity of several states in 72 Cu are tentatively assigned and a comparison is made with different shell‐model predictions.
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