Exact calculations for deformed proton emitters

Maglione, E.; Ferreira, L. S.
June 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 518 Issue 1, p154
Academic Journal
Proton decay from deformed nuclei is analysed and the half-lives T[sup½] are evaluated exactly, assuming that the emitted proton moves in a deformed single particle Nilsson level. The angular momenta and deformations that reproduce the experimental half-lives are determined. All experimental values currently known for decay from the ground state, recently found isomeric states and fine structure, have a perfect and consistent description within our model, with deformations that are soundly established in this mass region


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