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Hurder, Steven

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Christian Wthrich Department of Philosophy  

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Christian Wüthrich Citations Department of Philosophy 9500 Gilman Drive, 0119 La Jolla, CA 92092, USA T +1-858-534-3070 B wuthrich@ucsd.edu http://philosophy.ucsd.edu/faculty/wuthrich/ Blog: http sets'. To appear in Journal for General Philosophy of Science. Refereed citations 0 `Die allgemeine

Wüthrich, Christian

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First identification of large electric monopole strength in well-deformed rare earth nuclei  

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Excited states in the well-deformed rare earth isotopes $^{154}$Sm and $^{166}$Er were populated via ``safe'' Coulomb excitation at the Munich MLL Tandem accelerator. Conversion electrons were registered in a cooled Si(Li) detector in conjunction with a magnetic transport and filter system, the Mini-Orange spectrometer. For the first excited $0^+$ state in $^{154}$Sm at 1099 keV a large value of the monopole strength for the transition to the ground state of $\\rho^2(\\text{E0}; 0^+_2 \\to 0^+_\\text{g}) = 96(42)\\cdot 10^{-3}$ could be extracted. This confirms the interpretation of the lowest excited $0^+$ state in $^{154}$Sm as the collective $\\beta$-vibrational excitation of the ground state. In $^{166}$Er the measured large electric monopole strength of $\\rho^2(\\text{E0}; 0^+_4 \\to 0^+_1) = 127(60)\\cdot 10^{-3}$ clearly identifies the $0_4^+$ state at 1934 keV to be the $\\beta$-vibrational excitation of the ground state.

K. Wimmer; V. Bildstein; K. Eppinger; R. Gernhuser; D. Habs; Ch. Hinke; Th. Krll; R. Krcken; R. Lutter; H. -J. Maier; P. Maierbeck; Th. Morgan; O. Schaile; W. Schwerdtfeger; S. Schwertel; P. G. Thirolf

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