Filippone, B. W. and Davids, C. N. and Pardo, R. C. and Äystö, J. (1984) Mass and low-lying levels of 106,108In from the 106,108Cd(p,nγ) reactions. Physical Review C, 29 (6). pp. 2118-2125. ISSN 0556-2813 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:FILprc84
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106In has been studied via the reaction 106Cd(p,nγ)106In in the energy range Ep=7-9 MeV. Inbeam γ-ray excitation functions, γ-γ coincidence measurements, and β+-delayed γ-ray excitation functions have been used to identify thirteen levels in 106In. From this new level scheme the energy separation of the high-spin ground state and the low-spin isomer has been determined to be 28.6±0.5 keV. The threshold energy of the strongest low-lying γ-ray transition yields a mass excess for 106In of -80601±15 keV. Spins for some states are suggested by comparing the excitation functions to Hauser-Feshbach calculations. In-beam γ-ray excitation functions for the 108Cd(p,nγ)108In reaction give a mass excess for the 3+ β+-decaying state in 108In of -84018±12 keV. The systematics of odd-odd In nuclei are discussed in a j-j coupling model.
|Additional Information:||©1984 The American Physical Society. Received 19 December 1983. The authors would like to acknowledge helpful discussions with J.P. Schiffer and P.A. Moldauer. We also wish to thank J.L. Yntema and the tandem staff for assistance with the experiment. This work was supported by the U.S. Department of Energy under Contract W-31-109-Eng-38.|
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