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Nuclear orientation studies of isotopes far from stability

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Low Temperature Nuclear Orientation (LTNO) is an important technique in the study of nuclei far from stability. The theory of LTNO and its applications to the measurement of static nuclear moments and other quantities of spectroscopic interest are reviewed.

Among the nuclei off the line of stability those in the A ~ 75 region are of considerable interest, exhibiting large quadrupole deformations, triaxiality and shape coexistence. LTNO measurements performed on neutron deficient br...

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University of Oxford
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MPLS
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Publication date:
1989
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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603835519
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