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HK 26.6: Vortrag
Mittwoch, 1. April 2020, 15:30–15:45, J-HS E
Prompt and delayed spectroscopy of 94Kr with the NuBall-Spectrometer* — •Rosa-Belle Gerst, Andrey Blazhev, and Nigel Warr for the NuBall collaboration — Institut für Kernphysik, Universität zu Köln
The isotopic chain of krypton isotopes from the proton rich to the neutron rich side has been investigated extensively in recent years since they are home to a variety of shape phenomena. In 2018, the neutron-rich isotopes were again studied, this time with fast-neutron induced fission of 238U as part of the NuBall campaign at the ALTO facility at the IPN Orsay. A fast-neutron beam was produced with the neutron source LICORNE which uses a p(7Li,7Be)n inverse reaction. The 7Li beam was provided by the 15 MV Tandem Van de Graaff accelerator in a 400ns pulsed mode. The fast neutrons then impinged on a 100g 238U target to induce fission. The gamma-rays from the excited fission fragments were measured with the NuBall-array , a novel hybrid gamma-spectrometer consisting of 24 HPGe clover, 10 HPGe Phase I and 20 LaBr3 detectors. The pulsed beam allows the investigation of prompt and delayed gamma-transitions separately and in coincidence. During the analysis of the data, a new short-lived isomer was discovered in 94Kr  extending the previously known level scheme .
*Supported by the DFG under Grant No. BL 1513/1-1
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