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  • Yao J.M.   Qi B.   Zhang S.Q.   Peng J.   Wang S.Y.   Meng J. (2009)
    The configuration-fixed constrained triaxial relativistic mean-field approach is extended by including time-odd fields and applied to the study of the candidate multiple chiral doublets (MχD) nucleus Rh106. The energy ...
  • Qi B.   Zhang S.Q.   Meng J.   Wang S.Y.   Frauendorf S. (2009)
    A particle rotor model is developed which couples several valence protons and neutrons to a rigid triaxial rotor core. It is applied to investigating the chirality in odd-A nucleus 135Nd with π h11 / 22 ⊗ ν h11 / 2- 1 ...
  • Qi B.   Zhang S.Q.   Wang S.Y.   Meng J.   Koike T. (2011)
    By adopting the fully quantal triaxial particle-rotor model, the candidate chiral doublet bands in odd-A nuclei Rh103 and Rh105 with πg9/2-1-νh11/22 configuration are studied. For the doublet bands in both nuclei, agreement ...
  • Wang S.Y.   Zhang S.Q.   Qi B.   Peng J.   Yao J.M.   Meng J. (2008)
    Using the particle-rotor model (PRM), in which two quasiparticles are coupled to a triaxial core, the negative-parity doublet bands in Rh106 are studied. The quadrupole deformations β and γ for the πg9/2 νh11/2 configuration ...
  • Qi B.   Zhang S.Q.   Wang S.Y.   Yao J.M.   Meng J. (2009)
    The electromagnetic transitions of the doublet bands with different triaxiality parameter γ are discussed in the particle rotor model with πh11/2 νh11/2-1 configuration. It is found that B(M1) staggering as well as the ...
  • Qi B.   Zhang S.Q.   Wang S.Y.   Meng J. (2009)
  • Wang S.Y.   Qi B.   Liu L.   Zhang S.Q.   Hua H.   Li X.Q.   Chen Y.Y.   Zhu L.H.   Meng J.   Wyngaardt S.M.   Papka P.   Ibrahim T.T.   Bark R.A.   Datta P.   Lawrie E.A.   Lawrie J.J.   Majola S.N.T.   Masiteng P.L.   Mullins S.M.   Gal J.   Kalinka G.   Molnar J.   Nyako B.M.   Timar J.   Juhasz K.   Schwengner R. (2011)
    Excited states of 80Br have been investigated via the 76Ge(11B, α3n) and 76Ge(7Li, 3n) reactions and a new δI=1 band has been identified which resides ~ 400 keV above the yrast band. Based on the experimental results and ...