Regular Article - Experimental Physics

The European Physical Journal A

, 50:84

Level structure of 86Sr

  • J. J. LiuAffiliated withChina Institute of Atomic EnergyCollege of Physics Science and Technology, Shenzhen University
  • , Y. ZhengAffiliated withChina Institute of Atomic Energy Email author 
  • , H. B. SunAffiliated withCollege of Physics Science and Technology, Shenzhen University
  • , X. G. WuAffiliated withChina Institute of Atomic Energy
  • , C. Y. HeAffiliated withChina Institute of Atomic Energy
  • , G. S. LiAffiliated withChina Institute of Atomic Energy
  • , C. B. LiAffiliated withChina Institute of Atomic EnergyCollege of Physics, Jilin University
  • , S. H. YaoAffiliated withChina Institute of Atomic Energy
  • , H. W. LiAffiliated withChina Institute of Atomic EnergyCollege of Physics, Jilin University
    • , S. P. HuAffiliated withChina Institute of Atomic Energy
    • , J. L. WangAffiliated withChina Institute of Atomic Energy
    • , W. W. QuAffiliated withSchool of Physics and Nuclear Energy Engineering, Beihang University
    • , C. XuAffiliated withSchool of Physics and State Key Laboratory of Nuclear Physics and Technology, Peking University
    • , J. J. SunAffiliated withSchool of Physics and State Key Laboratory of Nuclear Physics and Technology, Peking University

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Abstract.

The high-spin states in 86Sr have been investigated by using in-beam \( \gamma\)-ray spectroscopy with the 82Se(9Be, 5n)86Sr reaction at a beam energy of 53 MeV. The level scheme of 86Sr has been extended considerably, four decay sequences have been established. The observed level schemes are compared with shell-model calculations using the recently developed residual interaction “jun45”, and a good agreement is shown.