- Conference date: 12-17 September 2005
- Location: Isle of Kos (Greece)
The population of metastable states produced in relativistic‐energy fragmentation of a 238U beam has been measured. For states with high angular momentum, I=17ℏ and I=21.5ℏ, a higher population than expected has been observed, with the discrepancy increasing with angular momentum. By considering two sources for the angular momentum, related to single‐particle and collective motions, a much improved description of the experimental results can be obtained. In addition, new results on the structure of 208Fr, 211Ra and 216Ac are reported.
- Angular momentum
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