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The Nucleus pp 185-189 | Cite as

Double-Phonon γ-Vibration of Deformed Nuclei

  • C. Fahlander
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Abstract

The Kπ = 2+ rotational bands found at low energy in well-deformed nuclei are generally interpreted as arising from the excitation of a quadrupole collective single-phonon γ vibration. The presently known evidence for the expected Kπ=0+ and Kπ=4+ double-phonon γ vibrational states are discussed.

Keywords

Vibrational State Energy Ratio Rotational Band Coulomb Excitation Harmonic Vibrator 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • C. Fahlander
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  1. 1.Division of Cosmic and Subatomic PhysicsLund UniversityLundSweden

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