7-11 July 2014
Africa/Johannesburg timezone
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Search for chirality in 193Tl

10 Jul 2014, 11:10
20m
D Les 101

D Les 101

Oral Presentation Track B - Nuclear, Particle and Radiation Physics NPRP

Speaker

Mr Joram Ndayishimye (Stellenbosch University)

Would you like to <br> submit a short paper <br> for the Conference <br> Proceedings (Yes / No)?

Yes

Main supervisor (name and email)<br>and his / her institution

Prof. S.M. Wyngaardt, Stellenbosch University

Level for award<br>&nbsp;(Hons, MSc, <br> &nbsp; PhD)?

PhD

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Based on the theoretical description of chiral symmetry in nuclear system by Fauendorf and Meng, some chiral doublet bands were suggested in different mass regions. It was revealed at iThemba LABS that Tl isotopes form a new region
where chirality could develop. In particular 194Tl was found to be perhaps the best chiral candidate up to date. 193Tl as a neighbour of 194Tl is thus likely to be a very good chiral candidate. In order to search for possible chiral doublet bands in 193Tl, an experiment was performed using the 160Gd(37Cl,4n) reaction. The analysis showed that two aside bands could be chiral partners to Band 2. However, statistics were not enough to determine the linking transitions and their
spin and parity assignments. Thus, another experiment was performed using the reaction of 181Ta(18O,6n) which has much larger cross-section for production of 193Tl. The faster digital electronics was also employed. Alternatively:
The new data set has much larger statistics. Analysis for these new data is in progress. The results obtained so far will be presented.

Apply to be<br> considered for a student <br> &nbsp; award (Yes / No)?

Yes

Primary author

Mr Joram Ndayishimye (Stellenbosch University)

Co-author

Dr Elena Lawrie (iThemba LABS)

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