- Conference date: 8–10 March 2010
- Location: Osaka (Japan)
The rp‐process nucleosynthesis proceeds through nuclei near the proton drip‐line, in which Gamow‐Teller (GT) transitions starting from unstable pf‐shell nuclei play important roles. In the β‐decay study of these nuclei, half‐lives can be measured rather accurately. On the other hand, in the high‐resolution charge‐exchange reactions on mirror nuclei, individual GT transitions can be studied up to high excitations. For the accurate study of the GT transition strengths in the system, we compare and combine the β‐decay study of the proton‐rich nucleus and the measurement assuming the isospin symmetry of the transitions.
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