## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 69N. Zanichelli, 1977 - Nuclear physics |

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against I ( I + 1 ) in fig . 40 , and it is more apparent here that the two

at about I = 16 . It seems clear that the

of this

**band**become the yrast states at I = 16 . The 156Dy energies are plottedagainst I ( I + 1 ) in fig . 40 , and it is more apparent here that the two

**bands**crossat about I = 16 . It seems clear that the

**bands**do , indeed , cross because the ...Page 208

also exhibit very similar backbending and the upper

moment of inertia and excitation energy in all these nuclei . ) Below the backbend

the moment of inertia in the ground

also exhibit very similar backbending and the upper

**band**has about the samemoment of inertia and excitation energy in all these nuclei . ) Below the backbend

the moment of inertia in the ground

**band**increases slightly with increasing spin ...Page 485

As a result , the following

up to spin I = 22 + , the yrare [ 5 ]

11 – and the 4 + , 67 , 8 + and 10 + members of a positive - parity « superband » .

As a result , the following

**bands**have been located in 156Dy : the yrast [ 5 ]**band**up to spin I = 22 + , the yrare [ 5 ]

**band**up ... up to 11 + , an octupole**band**up to11 – and the 4 + , 67 , 8 + and 10 + members of a positive - parity « superband » .

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the framework of a course such as the present The topics selected by | 10 |

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