Experimental Evidence for Transverse Wobbling in Pd 105

J. Timár, Q. B. Chen, B. Kruzsicz, D. Sohler, I. Kuti, S. Q. Zhang, J. Meng, P. Joshi, R. Wadsworth, K. Starosta, A. Algora, P. Bednarczyk, D. Curien, Zs Dombrádi, G. Duchêne, A. Gizon, J. Gizon, D. G. Jenkins, T. Koike, A. KrasznahorkayJ. Molnár, B. M. Nyakó, E. S. Paul, G. Rainovski, J. N. Scheurer, A. J. Simons, C. Vaman, L. Zolnai

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New rotational bands built on the ν(h11/2) configuration have been identified in Pd105. Two bands built on this configuration show the characteristics of transverse wobbling: The ΔI=1 transitions between them have a predominant E2 component and the wobbling energy decreases with increasing spin. The properties of the observed wobbling bands are in good agreement with theoretical results obtained using constrained triaxial covariant density functional theory and quantum particle rotor model calculations. This provides the first experimental evidence for transverse wobbling bands based on a one-neutron configuration, and also represents the first observation of wobbling motion in the A∼100 mass region.

Original languageEnglish
Article number062501
JournalPhysical Review Letters
Issue number6
Publication statusPublished - 2019 Feb 12


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