Lifetime measurements and decay spectroscopy of 132I
1 Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, Kolkata – 700064, India
2 Radiochemistry Division, Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, BARC, Kolkata – 700064, India
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Published online: 20 March 2014
The low-lying states of odd-odd 132I, the 3p-3h nucleus with respect to the doubly magic 132Sn, have been characterized from decay spectroscopy. The neutron rich Iodine and Tellurium isotopes have been produced as fission product of alpha-induced fission of 235U and radiochemically separated. The life-time of the first excited state of 132I have been precisely measured using LaBr3(Ce) scintillators from the decay of 132Te. The IT decay of the high spin isomer (8-) in 132I has been measured with a Low Energy Photon Spectrometer (LEPS) of segmented planar Ge detector.
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