Systematic study of rotational energy formulae for superdeformed bands in La and Ce isotopes

  • The experimental rotational spectra of superdeformed (SD) bands of 130La, 131Ce(1,2), 132Ce(1,2,3) and 133Ce(1,2,3) in the A~130 mass region are systematically analyzed with the four parameter formula, power index formula, nuclear softness formula, and VMI model. It is observed that out of all the formulae, the four parameter formula suits best for the study of the 130La, 131Ce(1,2), 132Ce(2,3) and 133Ce(1,2,3) SD bands. The four parameter formula works efficiently in determining the band head spin of the 130La, 131Ce(1,2) 132Ce(2,3) and 133Ce(1,2,3) SD bands. Good agreement is seen between the calculated and observed transition energies whenever the accurate spin is assigned. In 132Ce(1), the power index formula is found to work better than the other three formulae. The dynamic moment of inertia is also calculated for all the formulae and its variation with the rotational frequency is investigated.
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Honey Sharma and H. M. Mittal. Systematic study of rotational energy formulae for superdeformed bands in La and Ce isotopes[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2017, 41(12): 124105. doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/41/12/124105
Honey Sharma and H. M. Mittal. Systematic study of rotational energy formulae for superdeformed bands in La and Ce isotopes[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2017, 41(12): 124105.  doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/41/12/124105 shu
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Systematic study of rotational energy formulae for superdeformed bands in La and Ce isotopes

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Abstract: The experimental rotational spectra of superdeformed (SD) bands of 130La, 131Ce(1,2), 132Ce(1,2,3) and 133Ce(1,2,3) in the A~130 mass region are systematically analyzed with the four parameter formula, power index formula, nuclear softness formula, and VMI model. It is observed that out of all the formulae, the four parameter formula suits best for the study of the 130La, 131Ce(1,2), 132Ce(2,3) and 133Ce(1,2,3) SD bands. The four parameter formula works efficiently in determining the band head spin of the 130La, 131Ce(1,2) 132Ce(2,3) and 133Ce(1,2,3) SD bands. Good agreement is seen between the calculated and observed transition energies whenever the accurate spin is assigned. In 132Ce(1), the power index formula is found to work better than the other three formulae. The dynamic moment of inertia is also calculated for all the formulae and its variation with the rotational frequency is investigated.

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