Studying the exotic decay 70Kr → 70Br

A. Vitéz-Sveiczer, A. Algora, A. I. Morales, B. Rubio, G. G. Kiss, G. de Angelis, F. Recchia, S. Nishimura, J. Agramunt, V. Guadilla, A. Montaner-Pizá, S. E.A. Orrigo, A. Horváth, D. Napoli, S. Lenzi, A. Boso, V. H. Phong, J. Wu, P. A. Söderström, T. SumikamaH. Suzuki, H. Takeda, D. S. Ahn, H. Baba, P. Doornenbal, N. Fukuda, N. Inabe, T. Isobe, T. Kubo, S. Kubono, H. Sakurai, Y. Shimizu, S. Chen, B. Blank, P. Ascher, M. Gerbaux, T. Goigoux, J. Giovinazzo, S. Grévy, T. Kurtukián Nieto, C. Magron, W. Gelletly, Z. Dombrádi, Y. Fujita, M. Tanaka, P. Aguilera, F. Molina, J. Eberth, F. Diel, D. Lubos, C. Borcea, E. Ganioglu, D. Nishimura, H. Oikawa, Y. Takei, S. Yagi, W. Korten, G. De France, P. Davies, J. Liu, J. Lee, T. Lokotko, I. Kojouharov, N. Kurz, H. Shaffner

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Beta-decay of the very neutron-deficient Kr isotope, 70Kr, was studied at RIKEN-RIBF using the EURICA cluster array. The experiment significantly increased our knowledge of the beta-decay of this isotope. Namely, 16 new γ-ray transitions were identified and the half-life was derived from time correlations of the beta particles (tiβ 1=2 = (44:99±0:16) ms) and from the decay curves of the observed γ-ray transitions (tiβ 1=2 = (45:16±0:71) ms), respectively.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)587-594
Number of pages8
JournalActa Physica Polonica B
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2020
Externally publishedYes

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  • Physics and Astronomy(all)


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