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Gamma-decaying high-spin states of 22Na populated in the 12C(14N, α) reaction were studied, using a recoil-coincidence technique to measure values of Γγ Γ and an α-γ coincidence arrangement to measure lifetimes and γ-decay branches. Good candidates have been found for the yrast 8+ and 9+ levels at excitation energies of 8572±3 and 9813±3 keV, respectively. Their properties are compared with those predicted by the shell model and test these calculations in the region where band termination is expected. © 1989.

Original publication

DOI

10.1016/0370-2693(89)91510-4

Type

Journal article

Journal

Physics Letters B

Publication Date

19/01/1989

Volume

217

Pages

28 - 32