Magnetic Moments Of 21+ States As A Probe Of The Effective Proton Boson Number Near The Z = 64 Subshell
The g-factors of the 21+ states in 144, 146Ba have been measured using the perturbed angular correlation method. The results are combined with existing experimental data for the neutron-rich Nd, Sm and Gd isotopes and discussed in the framework of the neutron proton interacting boson model. It is shown that the assumption of a drastic change in the effective proton boson number around N = 88, proposed in an earlier study, allows all the results to be explained in a simple framework involving constant values of the boson g-factors.
Repository citation: Wolf, A.; Berant, Z.; Warner, D. D.; Gill, R. L.; Shmid, M.; Chrien, R. E.; Peaslee, Graham F.; Yamamoto, H.; Hill, John C.; Wohn, F. K.; Chung, C.; and Walters, W. B., "Magnetic Moments Of 21+ States As A Probe Of The Effective Proton Boson Number Near The Z = 64 Subshell" (1983). Faculty Publications. Paper 1121.
Published in: Physics Letters B, Volume 123, Issue 3, March 31, 1983, pages 165-168. Copyright © 1983 Elsevier.
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