- Conference date: 4-9 September 2005
- Location: Notre Dame, Indiana (USA)
Gamma‐ray spectroscopy measurements with Gammasphere and multi‐nucleon transfer reactions with heavy beams provide a means of accessing deformed nuclei at stability, or on the neutron‐rich side of the stability line. New results on the discovery of high‐K isomers in the Er‐Tm‐Yb‐Lu region are discussed with a focus on the energy systematics and the factors which may govern K‐purity and therefore K‐hindrances. These include random‐mixing in regions of high level density, specific Coriolis mixing in configurations involving the i13/2 neutron configuration, and chance degeneracies between an individual high‐K state and a specific collective state which provide an opportunity to extract effective mixing matrix elements between states of very different‐K.
- Coriolis effects
- Deformed nuclei
- Gamma ray spectroscopy
- Neutron spectroscopy
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