2016 journal article

Dipole response of the odd-proton nucleus 205Tl up to the neutron-separation energy

Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics, 43(11), 115101.

By: N. Benouaret*, J. Beller*, H. Pai*, N. Pietralla*, V. Ponomarev*, C. Romig*, L. Schnorrenberger*, M. Zweidinger* ...

co-author countries: Germany 🇩🇪 United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 🇬🇧 United States of America 🇺🇸
author keywords: nuclear resonance fluorescence (NRF); nuclear reaction Tl-205 (gamma,gamma '); E=7.5 MeV bremsstrahlung; Tl-205 identified levels; measured integrated cross section; reduced excitation probabilities; dipole strength distribution; pygmy dipole resonance (PDR); quasi-particle phonon model (QPM)
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The low-lying electromagnetic dipole strength of the odd-proton nuclide 205Tl has been investigated up to the neutron separation energy exploiting the method of nuclear resonance fluorescence. In total, 61 levels of 205Tl have been identified. The measured strength distribution of 205Tl is discussed and compared to those of even–even and even–odd mass nuclei in the same mass region as well as to calculations that have been performed within the quasi-particle phonon model.