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Nuclear Structure at High angular Momentum

Introduction: A nucleus can be excited to high angular momentum through fusion-eveporation reactions involving a heavy ion beam from an accelerator. These experimental studies have been pursued at the two Pelletron Accelerator Centres at Delhi (IUAC) and Mumbai (BARC-TIFR) using the Indian National Gamma Array (INGA). The primary object of these studies has been to understand the various excitation modes through which the high angular momentum states are formed. In our group, we have been working in mass-100 region and have studied the behavior of 103,104,108,109,110 Ag and 108, 110 Cd. This systematic study has revealed a clear interplay and competition between collective and non-collective modes of excitations in this mass region.

 

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