- Conference date: 14−19 Oct 1990
- Location: Pacific Grove, California (USA)
The structure of the odd‐odd 192Ir nucleus presents an interesting and challenging problem for both experimentalists and theorists. As a result of the common efforts of nine laboratories, it is possible, for the first time, to propose an extended scheme with 34 levels. The experiments included observation of γ‐ray transitions and of conversion electrons emitted after thermal and resonance neutron capture, of direct (d,p) and (d,t) neutron transfer reactions and of the angular distribution of γ‐rays from aligned 192Ir nuclei. The results are interpreted in the framework of the rotor‐plus‐particle and IBFFM models. The nuclear states appear to be strongly mixed. The complex and interesting ground‐state configuration is discussed.
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