Moments and Radii of 78–100Sr
The chain of Sr isotopes ranges from the neutron-shell closure at N = 50 into both the N = 38 and N = 60 deformation regions which represent the main topic of this workshop. For a detailed understanding of the nature of these nuclei, laser spectroscopy can provide the ground state spins and moments, as well as the the changes in the mean square charge radii as a function of the neutron number N. Recent experiments at Karlsruhe  and at Daresbury  essentially cover the neutron-deficient and stable Sr isotopes between N = 40 and N = 50. In order to complement these results, and to extend the measurements into the region of neutron-rich isotopes, we have performed an experiment at the ISOLDE isotope separator facility at CERN.
KeywordsIsotope Shift Charge Radius Neutron Number Droplet Model Neutron Shell
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