βDelayed γRay spectroscopy of heavy neutron rich nuclei “south” of lead

Abstract
Relativistic projectile fragmentation of a 208Pb primary beam has been used to produce neutron-rich nuclei with proton-holes relative to the Z = 82 shell closure, i.e., “south” of Pb. βDelayed γRay spectroscopy allows to investigate the structural properties of such nuclei with A ~ 195 → 205. The current work presents transitions de-exciting excited states in 204Au, which are the first spectroscopic information on this N = 125 isotone.
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Bibliographic reference
MORALES, A.I. ; et al., 2009, βDelayed γRay spectroscopy of heavy neutron rich nuclei “south” of lead, Acta Physica Polonica B, vol. 40, no. 3, p. 867-871
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