Piet Van Isacker (GANIL)
It is shown that the aligned neutron-proton pair with angular momentum J=9 and isospin T=0 plays a central role in the low-energy spectroscopy of the N~Z nuclei approaching 100Sn. This observation is made in the context of the spherical shell model on the basis of several realistic two-nucleon interactions. Shell-model results are analyzed in terms of a variety of two-nucleon pairs...
27. Beyond mean-ﬁeld description of exotic structure and decay of proton-rich nuclei in A near 70 region
Alexandra Petrovici (National Institute for Physics and Nuclear Engineering)
The interest for the investigation of the proton-rich medium mass nuclei exceeds the frontier of nuclear structure and dynamics. Apart from displaying some rather interesting nuclear structure effects, the superallowed 0+ → 0+ Fermi β decay of these nuclei is a valuable tool in probing many properties of the weak interaction. Nuclei at or near the N=Z line are of particular interest as...
The talk will examine the possible influence of clustering correlations on the structure of light proton-rich (neutron-deficient) nuclei and how the properties of such systems will be different to those on the neutron-rich side of stability. This discussion will be motivated by the presentation of previous measurements.
Angela Bonaccorso (INFN, Sez. di Pisa)