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Investigation of the B(E2) systematics in pseudo-mirror nuclei

##IMG## [http://ej.iop.org/images/0954-3899/45/9/095104/jpgaad715ieqn1.gif] {$B(E2;{L}^{+}\to {(L-2)}^{+})$} values of low-lying states in the pseudo-mirror nuclei have been investigated for the mass regions A ≈ 100, A ≈ 130 and A ≈ 160. New candidates for pseudo-mirror nuclei have been presented. The B(E2) values maximum up to spin quantum number 10 + of those nuclei have been extracted from the available data. The N π N ν number has been used as a label to group the nuclei of interest. An investigation into the existence data revealed that if the excited levels of nuclei keeping the same N π N ν have almost equal energies, then the pattern introduced by Casten holds for increasing spin number in the yrast state.

Publisher URL: http://iopscience.iop.org/0954-3899/45/9/095104

DOI: 10.1088/1361-6471/aad715

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