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Hadrons and Nuclei
Eur. Phys. J. A 2, 269-273

Absolute E1 and E2 transition rates in 110Cd

L.K. Kostov1 - W. Andrejtscheff1 - L.G. Kostova1 - L. Käubler2 - H. Prade2 - R. Schwengner2

1 Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy, Tzarigradsko Chaussée 72, BG-1784 Sofia, Bulgaria
2 Institute of Nuclear and Hadronic Physics of FZR, D-01314 Dresden, Germany

Received: 4 December 1997 / Revised version: 15 April 1998 Communicated by D. Schwalm

The lifetimes of several states in 110Cd have been determined by means of the generalized centroid-shift method. The reaction 108Pd($\alpha$,2n) has been used and the following results were obtained: T1/2(2879 keV) = 0.60 $\pm$ 0.10 ns, T1/2(3029 keV) = 0.30 $\pm$ 0.10 ns, T1/2(3056 keV) = 2.25 $\pm$ 0.10 ns, T1/2(3611 keV) = 0.45 $\pm$ 0.10 ns. Electric dipole and quadrupole transitions are discussed in terms of octupole and quadrupole collectivity. The odd-spin sequence of the semi-aligned structure $\nu$(h11/2d5/2) has been established with the band-head at J$^{\pi}$ = 7-2 identified as a new two-quasiparticle isomer, the lower-lying 5-1,2 states being of two-quasiproton character.
to 0ptNuclear Reaction: 108Pd($\alpha$,2n), E = 27 MeV,; measured E$_{\gamma}$, I$_{\gamma}$, $\gamma$-r.f. Deduced: T1/2, B($\alpha$L) in 110Cd. Ge detectors. Generalized centroid-shift analysis.

27.60.+j $90 \le A \le 149$

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