Collective 1+ states in rare earth and actinide nuclei
A shell-model description of the structure of low-energy states of heavy deformed nuclei is used to predict the number and strengths of 1+ states that couple to the ground state via a strong M1 transition. Results are given for the magnetic moments of 2g+ states of various Gd, Er, U, and Pu isotopes and also the M1 transition strengths 1+ → 0g+, 1+ → 2g+, and 1+ → 2γ+ for several rare earth and actinide nuclei. © 1987.
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Nuclear Physics, Section A
Castaños, O., Draayer, J., & Leschber, Y. (1987). Collective 1+ states in rare earth and actinide nuclei. Nuclear Physics, Section A, 473 (3), 494-508. https://doi.org/10.1016/0375-9474(87)90137-0