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Shapes of Neutron-Rich A Approximate to 190 Odd-Odd Nuclei

By P M Walker and F R Xu


<p>The occurrence of oblate and prolate shapes is investigated theoretically for odd-odd neutron-rich nuclei with A approximate to 190. Using the cranked Woods-Saxon-Strutinsky method, including configuration constraints, it is found that collective oblate rotation coexists with high-K prolate rotation, for tantalum and rhenium isotopes with N=115 and 117.</p

Year: 2006
DOI identifier: 10.1103/PhysRevC.74.067303
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