Multiple Shape Coexistence in Cd 110,112

P. E. Garrett, T. R. Rodríguez, A. Diaz Varela, K. L. Green, J. Bangay, A. Finlay, R. A.E. Austin, G. C. Ball, D. S. Bandyopadhyay, V. Bildstein, S. Colosimo, D. S. Cross, G. A. Demand, P. Finlay, A. B. Garnsworthy, G. F. Grinyer, G. Hackman, B. Jigmeddorj, J. Jolie, W. D. KulpK. G. Leach, A. C. Morton, J. N. Orce, C. J. Pearson, A. A. Phillips, A. J. Radich, E. T. Rand, M. A. Schumaker, C. E. Svensson, C. Sumithrarachchi, S. Triambak, N. Warr, J. Wong, J. L. Wood, S. W. Yates

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From detailed spectroscopy of Cd110 and Cd112 following the β+/electron-capture decay of In110,112 and the β- decay of Ag112, very weak decay branches from nonyrast states are observed. The transition rates determined from the measured branching ratios and level lifetimes obtained with the Doppler-shift attenuation method following inelastic neutron scattering reveal collective enhancements that are suggestive of a series of rotational bands. In Cd110, a γ band built on the shape-coexisting intruder configuration is suggested. For Cd112, the 2+ and 3+ intruder γ-band members are suggested, the 03+ band is extended to spin 4+, and the 04+ band is identified. The results are interpreted using beyond-mean-field calculations employing the symmetry conserving configuration mixing method with the Gogny D1S energy density functional and with the suggestion that the Cd isotopes exhibit multiple shape coexistence.

Original languageEnglish
Article number142502
JournalPhysical Review Letters
Issue number14
StatePublished - Oct 3 2019

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