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Geant4-aided Quantum State Selective Decay Spectroscopy of 213Ra

Lorenz, Ch. LU ; Sarmiento, Luis LU ; Rudolph, Dirk LU and Block, M (2017) International Nuclear Physics Conference 2016 (INPC2016).
Abstract
Utilizing the excellent mass resolving power of SHIPTRAP and the charged-particle-g multicoincidence setup TASISpec, the decay path of the 213Ra ground state can be exclusively studied. Based on virtual experiments with Geant4 it is possible to refine the a-branching ratios of the 213Ra ground state as well as g-ray branching ratios in the 209Rn daughter. The present study provides a proof of concept where clean quantum-state selective particle-g decay spectroscopy is used in conjunction with detailed Geant4 Monte-Carlo simulations to gain insight into nuclear structure properties.
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publication status
published
subject
keywords
gamma-ray spectroscopy, Penning trap, Geant4 Monte Carlo Simulations, nuclear shell model
host publication
The 26th International Nuclear Physics Conference
volume
(INPC2016)
article number
073
pages
9 pages
publisher
Proceedings of Science
conference name
International Nuclear Physics Conference 2016
conference location
Adelaide, Australia
conference dates
2016-09-11 - 2016-09-16
external identifiers
  • scopus:85034609821
ISBN
1824-8039
project
Quantum-state Selective Nuclear Decay Spectroscopy
Characterization of New Superheavy Elements
language
English
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yes
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6476e36b-2b6c-4c46-acd6-e031c1ceeb92
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2017-06-09 23:24:03
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  abstract     = {Utilizing the excellent mass resolving power of SHIPTRAP and the charged-particle-g multicoincidence setup TASISpec, the decay path of the 213Ra ground state can be exclusively studied. Based on virtual experiments with Geant4 it is possible to refine the a-branching ratios of the 213Ra ground state as well as g-ray branching ratios in the 209Rn daughter. The present study provides a proof of concept where clean quantum-state selective particle-g decay spectroscopy is used in conjunction with detailed Geant4 Monte-Carlo simulations to gain insight into nuclear structure properties.},
  author       = {Lorenz, Ch. and Sarmiento, Luis and Rudolph, Dirk and Block, M},
  booktitle    = {The 26th International Nuclear Physics Conference},
  isbn         = {1824-8039},
  language     = {eng},
  publisher    = {Proceedings of Science},
  title        = {Geant4-aided Quantum State Selective Decay Spectroscopy of <sup>213</sup>Ra},
  url          = {https://lup.lub.lu.se/search/ws/files/26640499/INPC2016_073_CL.pdf},
  volume       = {(INPC2016)},
  year         = {2017},
}