NSR Query Results


Output year order : Descending
Format : Normal

NSR database version of May 24, 2024.

Search: Author = M.Mougeot

Found 20 matches.

Back to query form



2024JA03      Eur.Phys.J. A 60, 37 (2024)

A.Jaries, M.Stryjczyk, A.Kankainen, T.Eronen, Z.Ge, M.Mougeot, A.Raggio, J.Ruotsalainen

Reinvestigation of 91Sr and 95Y atomic masses using the JYFLTRAP Penning trap

ATOMIC MASSES 91Sr, 95Y, 92Rb; measured frequencies; deduced mass-excess values. Comparison with the Atomic Mass Evaluation 2020 (AME20). The JYFLTRAP double Penning trap mass spectrometer.

doi: 10.1140/epja/s10050-024-01248-z
Citations: PlumX Metrics


2023AU02      Phys.Rev. C 107, 064604 (2023)

M.Au, M.Athanasakis-Kaklamanakis, L.Nies, R.Heinke, K.Chrysalidis, U.Koster, P.Kunz, B.Marsh, M.Mougeot, L.Schweikhard, S.Stegemann, Y.Vila Gracia, Ch.E.Dullmann, S.Rothe

Production of neptunium and plutonium nuclides from uranium carbide using 1.4-GeV protons

NUCLEAR REACTIONS U(p, X)235Np/236Np/237Np/238Np/239Np/240Np/241Np/235Pu/236Pu/237Pu/238Pu/239Pu/240Pu/241Pu, E=1.4 GeV; measured reaction products using resonance ionization laser ion source (RILIS), general purpose separator (GPS), and ISOLTRAP multireflection time-of-flight mass spectrometer (MR-ToF MS) at CERN-ISOLDE facility. 234,237,236,239,240U, 231,232,233,234,235,236,237,238,239,240,241Np, 235,236,237,238,239,240,241Pu; calculated production yields by inelastic reactions and through decays of precursors: 234,236,237Pa, 231,233,235Pu, 237,239,240U, 235Am, 235,236,238,239,240,241Np using GEANT4 QGSP_INCLXX+ABLA code. Comparison with predictions of GEANT4 and FLUKA simulations; discussed limit of accelerator-based isotope production at high-energy proton accelerator facilities for nuclides in the actinide region.

ATOMIC PHYSICS 236,237,239Np, 236,239,240Pu; measured isotope shifts for the 395.6-nm ground-state transition in Np isotopes, and for the 413.4-nm ground-state transition in Pu isotopes by two-step ionization schemes using intra-cavity doubled Ti:Sa lasers to resonantly ionize Np and Pu isotopes.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.107.064604
Citations: PlumX Metrics


2023HU25      Phys.Rev. C 108, 064315 (2023)

M.Hukkanen, W.Ryssens, P.Ascher, M.Bender, T.Eronen, S.Grevy, A.Kankainen, M.Stryjczyk, L.Al Ayoubi, S.Ayet, O.Beliuskina, C.Delafosse, Z.Ge, M.Gerbaux, W.Gins, A.Husson, A.Jaries, S.Kujanpaa, M.Mougeot, D.A.Nesterenko, S.Nikas, H.Penttila, I.Pohjalainen, A.Raggio, M.Reponen, S.Rinta-Antila, A.de Roubin, J.Ruotsalainen, V.Virtanen, A.P.Weaver

Binding energies of ground and isomeric states in neutron-rich ruthenium isotopes: Measurements at JYFLTRAP and comparison to theory

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.108.064315
Citations: PlumX Metrics

Data from this article have been entered in the XUNDL database. For more information, click here.


2023JA10      Eur.Phys.J. A 59, 263 (2023)

A.Jaries, M.Stryjczyk, A.Kankainen, T.Eronen, Z.Ge, M.Hukkanen, I.D.Moore, M.Mougeot, A.Raggio, W.Rattanasakuldilok, J.Ruotsalainen

Precision mass measurement of 173Hf for nuclear structure of 173Lu and the γ process

ATOMIC MASSES 173Hf; measured frequencies; deduced mass-excess value. Comparison with the Atomic Mass Evaluation 2020 (AME20), available data. The JYFLTRAP double Penning trap mass spectrometer, the Ion Guide Isotope Separator On-Line (IGISOL) facility at the University of Jyvaskyla, Finland.

doi: 10.1140/epja/s10050-023-01176-4
Citations: PlumX Metrics


2023JA11      Phys.Rev. C 108, 064302 (2023)

A.Jaries, M.Stryjczyk, A.Kankainen, L.Al Ayoubi, O.Beliuskina, P.Delahaye, T.Eronen, M.Flayol, Z.Ge, W.Gins, M.Hukkanen, D.Kahl, S.Kujanpaa, D.Kumar, I.D.Moore, M.Mougeot, D.A.Nesterenko, S.Nikas, H.Penttila, D.Pitman-Weymouth, I.Pohjalainen, A.Raggio, W.Rattanasakuldilok, A.de Roubin, J.Ruotsalainen, V.Virtanen

High-precision Penning-trap mass measurements of Cd and In isotopes at JYFLTRAP remove the fluctuations in the two-neutron separation energies

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.108.064302
Citations: PlumX Metrics

Data from this article have been entered in the XUNDL database. For more information, click here.


2023MA14      Eur.Phys.J. A 59, 22 (2023)

V.Manea, M.Mougeot, D.Lunney

The empirical shell gap revisited in light of recent high precision mass spectrometry data

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE Z<100; analyzed available data; deduced the phenomenon of mutually enhanced magicity based on the current experimental knowledge of atomic masses, including some recent precision measurements performed with the ISOLTRAP mass spectrometer at ISOLDE/CERN.

doi: 10.1140/epja/s10050-023-00929-5
Citations: PlumX Metrics


2023NI07      Phys.Rev.Lett. 131, 022502 (2023)

L.Nies, D.Atanasov, M.Athanasakis-Kaklamanakis, M.Au, K.Blaum, J.Dobaczewski, B.S.Hu, J.D.Holt, J.Karthein, I.Kulikov, Y.A.Litvinov, D.Lunney, V.Manea, T.Miyagi, M.Mougeot, L.Schweikhard, A.Schwenk, K.Sieja, F.Wienholtz

Isomeric Excitation Energy for 99Inm from Mass Spectrometry Reveals Constant Trend Next to Doubly Magic 100Sn

ATOMIC MASSES 99,100,101In; measured TOF; deduced mass excess, excitation energies. The ISOLTRAP mass spectrometer at ISOLDE/CERN.

RADIOACTIVITY 99In(IT); measured decay products; deduced excitation energy with small uncertainty, intriguing constancy of the isomer excitation energies in neutron-deficient indium that persists down to the N=50 shell closure, even when all neutrons are removed from the valence shell. Comparison with large-scale shell model, ab initio, and density functional theory calculations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.131.022502
Citations: PlumX Metrics

Data from this article have been entered in the XUNDL database. For more information, click here.


2023NI10      Phys.Rev.Lett. 131, 222503 (2023)

L.Nies, L.Canete, D.D.Dao, S.Giraud, A.Kankainen, D.Lunney, F.Nowacki, B.Bastin, M.Stryjczyk, P.Ascher, K.Blaum, R.B.Cakirli, T.Eronen, P.Fischer, M.Flayol, V.Girard Alcindor, A.Herlert, A.Jokinen, A.Khanam, U.Koster, D.Lange, I.D.Moore, M.Muller, M.Mougeot, D.A.Nesterenko, H.Penttila, C.Petrone, I.Pohjalainen, A.de Roubin, V.Rubchenya, Ch.Schweiger, L.Schweikhard, M.Vilen, J.Aysto

Further Evidence for Shape Coexistence in 79Znm near Doubly Magic 78Ni

ATOMIC MASSES 79Zn; measured frequencies, TOF; deduced the excitation energy of the 1/2+ isomer, the bandhead of a low-lying deformed structure akin to a predicted low-lying deformed band, shape coexistence. Comparison with state-of-the-art shell-model diagonalizations, complemented with discrete nonorthogonal shell-model calculations. The time-of-flight ion cyclotron resonance (TOF-ICR) method, the JYFLTRAP double Penning trap at the ion guide isotope separator on-line (IGISOL) facility in Jyvaskyla (Finland), and the multi-reflection time-of-flight mass spectrometer (MR-TOF MS) of ISOLTRAP at ISOLDE at CERN (Switzerland).

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.131.222503
Citations: PlumX Metrics

Data from this article have been entered in the XUNDL database. For more information, click here.


2022SI20      Phys.Lett. B 833, 137288 (2022)

R.Silwal, C.Andreoiu, B.Ashrafkhani, J.Bergmann, T.Brunner, J.Cardona, K.Dietrich, E.Dunling, G.Gwinner, Z.Hockenbery, J.D.Holt, C.Izzo, A.Jacobs, A.Javaji, B.Kootte, Y.Lan, D.Lunney, E.M.Lykiardopoulou, T.Miyagi, M.Mougeot, I.Mukul, T.Murbock, W.S.Porter, M.Reiter, J.Ringuette, J.Dilling, A.A.Kwiatkowski

Summit of the N=40 island of inversion: Precision mass measurements and ab initio calculations of neutron-rich chromium isotopes

ATOMIC MASSES 59Cr, 61,62,63,64,65Cr; measured frequencies, TOF; deduced mass excess values, pairing gap, two-neutron separation energies, intruder configurations. Comparison with theoretical calculations, AME2020 evaluation. MR-TOF-MS, part of the TRIUMF's Ion Trap for Atomic and Nuclear Science (TITAN) facility.

doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2022.137288
Citations: PlumX Metrics


2021DA16      Phys.Rev. C 104, 054322 (2021)

T.Day Goodacre, A.V.Afanasjev, A.E.Barzakh, L.Nies, B.A.Marsh, S.Sels, U.C.Perera, P.Ring, F.Wienholtz, A.N.Andreyev, P.Van Duppen, N.A.Althubiti, B.Andel, D.Atanasov, R.S.Augusto, J.Billowes, K.Blaum, T.E.Cocolios, J.G.Cubiss, G.J.Farooq-Smith, D.V.Fedorov, V.N.Fedosseev, K.T.Flanagan, L.P.Gaffney, L.Ghys, A.Gottberg, M.Huyse, S.Kreim, P.Kunz, D.Lunney, K.M.Lynch, V.Manea, Y.Martinez Palenzuela, T.M.Medonca, P.L.Molkanov, M.Mougeot, J.P.Ramos, M.Rosenbusch, R.E.Rossel, S.Rothe, L.Schweikhard, M.D.Seliverstov, P.Spagnoletti, C.Van Beveren, M.Veinhard, E.Verstraelen, A.Welker, K.Wendt, R.N.Wolf, A.Zadvornaya, K.Zuber

Charge radii, moments, and masses of mercury isotopes across the N=126 shell closure

NUCLEAR MOMENTS 198,202,203,206,207,208Hg; measured hyperfine structure spectra using Versatile Arc Discharge and Laser Ion Source (VADLIS) in CERN-ISOLDE Resonance Ionization Laser Ion Source (RILIS) mode; deduced isotope shifts (δν) and charge radii (δ<r2) with respect to 198Hg, hyperfine factors a and b, static magnetic dipole (μ) and electric quadrupole (Q) moments for the ground states of 203Hg and 207Hg, Comparison of g factors with Schmidt values for 207Hg, 209Pb, 210Bi and 211Po, and charge radii, and odd-even staggering (OES) of the mean square charge radii with relativistic Hartree-Bogoliubov (RHB) calculations using DD-ME2, DD-MEδ, DD-PC1 and NL3* covariant energy-density functionals for 197,198,199,200,201,202,203,204,205,206,207,208,209,210,211,212,213,214Pb, 201,202,203,204,205,206,207,208,209,210Hg. Source of Hg isotopes were produced in Pb(p, X), E=1.4 GeV reaction, and using VADLIS+RILIS ion source, followed by separation of fragments using ISOLDE General Purpose Separator. 183,184,185,202,203,206,207,208Hg; measured ionization and release efficiency as a function of the half-life of mercury isotopes from a molten lead target, and compared with ABRABLA, FLUKA, and GEANT4 simulations.

ATOMIC MASSES 206,207,208Hg, 208Pb; measured time-of-flight ion-cyclotron resonances, with reference to 208Pb using the RILIS+VADIS ion source and ISOLTRAP MR-ToF mass spectrometer (MS) at CERN-ISOLDE; deduced mass excesses for 206,207,208Hg, and compared with AME2020 values.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.104.054322
Citations: PlumX Metrics

Data from this article have been entered in the XUNDL database. For more information, click here.


2021MO23      Nat.Phys. 17, 1099 (2021)

M.Mougeot, D.Atanasov, J.Karthein, R.N.Wolf, P.Ascher, K.Blaum, K.Chrysalidis, G.Hagen, J.D.Holt, W.J.Huang, G.R.Jansen, I.Kulikov, Yu.A.Litvinov, D.Lunney, V.Manea, T.Miyagi, T.Papenbrock, L.Schweikhard, A.Schwenk, T.Steinsberger, S.R.Stroberg, Z.H.Sun, A.Welker, F.Wienholtz, S.G.Wilkins, K.Zuber

Mass measurements of 99-101In challenge ab initio nuclear theory of the nuclide 100Sn

NUCLEAR REACTIONS La(p, X)99In/100In/101In, E=1.4 GeV; measured reaction products, TOF; deduced atomic masses. Comparison with AME2020, theoretical calculations.

doi: 10.1038/s41567-021-01326-9
Citations: PlumX Metrics

Data from this article have been entered in the XUNDL database. For more information, click here.


2020KU19      Nucl.Phys. A1002, 121990 (2020)

I.Kulikov, A.Algora, D.Atanasov, P.Ascher, K.Blaum, R.B.Cakirli, A.Herlert, W.J.Huang, J.Karthein, Yu.A.Litvinov, D.Lunney, V.Manea, M.Mougeot, L.Schweikhard, A.Welker, F.Wienholtz

Masses of short-lived 49Sc, 50Sc, 70As, 73Br and stable 196Hg nuclides

ATOMIC MASSES 49,50Sc, 70As, 73Br, 196Hg; measured frequencies, time of flight; deduced mass excesses. Comparison with AME2016 evaluation.

doi: 10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2020.121990
Citations: PlumX Metrics


2020MA09      Phys.Rev.Lett. 124, 092502 (2020)

V.Manea, J.Karthein, D.Atanasov, M.Bender, K.Blaum, T.E.Cocolios, S.Eliseev, A.Herlert, J.D.Holt, W.J.Huang, Y.A.Litvinov, D.Lunney, J.Menendez, M.Mougeot, D.Neidherr, L.Schweikhard, A.Schwenk, J.Simonis, A.Welker, F.Wienholtz, K.Zuber

First Glimpse of the N=82 Shell Closure below Z=50 from Masses of Neutron-Rich Cadmium Isotopes and Isomers

ATOMIC MASSES 124,126,127,127m,128,129,129m,131,132Cd; measured mass excesses using phase-imaging ion cyclotron-resonance (PI-ICR) method with the ISOLTRAP spectrometer at ISOLDE-CERN. Cd isotopes were produced in U(p, F), E=1.4 GeV reaction followed by separation of fission fragments using ISOLDE High-resolution separator. Comparison with literature data in AME2016 evaluation, and with large-scale shell-model, mean-field, beyond-mean-field, and ab initio valence-space in-medium similarity renormalization group (VS-IMSRG) calculations. Systematics of S(n) for N=81, 83 and Z=48-68, and for two-neutron shell gaps for N=82, Z=42-70 nuclei.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.124.092502
Citations: PlumX Metrics

Data from this article have been entered in the XUNDL database. For more information, click here.


2020MO25      Phys.Rev. C 102, 014301 (2020)

M.Mougeot, D.Atanasov, C.Barbieri, K.Blaum, M.Breitenfeld, A.de Roubin, T.Duguet, S.George, F.Herfurth, A.Herlert, J.D.Holt, J.Karthein, D.Lunney, V.Manea, P.Navratil, D.Neidherr, M.Rosenbusch, L.Schweikhard, A.Schwenk, V.Soma, A.Welker, F.Wienholtz, R.N.Wolf, K.Zuber

Examining the N=28 shell closure through high-precision mass measurements of 46-48Ar

ATOMIC MASSES 46,47,48Ar; measured Ramsey-type time-of-flight ion-cyclotron-resonances (TOF-ICR), mass excesses using the ISOLTRAP Penning trap mass spectrometer at CERN-ISOLDE. Comparison with previous experimental results, and with AME2016 and AME2012 evaluations. Radioactive argon isotopes produced in U(p, F), E=1.4 GeV reaction, and separated using ISOLTRAP on-line mass spectrometer and the ISOLDE High-Resolution Separator (HRS). Comparison with ab initio calculations using the valence space in-medium similarity renormalization group (VS-IMSRG) with self-consistent Green's function approach, and with the predictions from the UNEDF0 density functional, SDPF-U shell model. Systematics of S(2n) and pairing gaps in N=24-32 S, Cl, Ar, K, and Ca isotopes.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.102.014301
Citations: PlumX Metrics


2019HU15      Eur.Phys.J. A 55, 96 (2019)

W.J.Huang, D.Atanasov, G.Audi, K.Blaum, R.B.Cakirli, A.Herlert, M.Kowalska, S.Kreim, Yu.A.Litvinov, D.Lunney, V.Manea, M.Mougeot, M.Rosenbusch, L.Schweikhard, A.Welker, F.Wienholtz, R.N.Wolf, K.Zuber

Evaluation of high-precision atomic masses of A ∼ 50-80 and rare-earth nuclides measured with ISOLTRAP

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Ta, U(p, x), E=1.4 GeV; measured reactions on thick, heated target[U in the form of uranium carbide] using Penning-trap spectrometer ISOLTRAP. 52,53,54,55,56,57Cr, 55Mn, 56,59Fe, 59Co, 75,77,78,79Ga, 140Ce, 140Nd, 156Dy, 160Yb, 168mLu, 178Yb; deduced mass excess. Compared with AME2012, suggested combined mass excess value.

doi: 10.1140/epja/i2019-12775-5
Citations: PlumX Metrics

Data from this article have been entered in the XUNDL database. For more information, click here.


2019KA30      Phys.Rev. C 100, 015502 (2019);Erratum Phys. Rev. C 101, 049901 (2020)

J.Karthein, D.Atanasov, K.Blaum, M.Breitenfeldt, V.Bondar, S.George, L.Hayen, D.Lunney, V.Manea, M.Mougeot, D.Neidherr, L.Schweikhard, N.Severijns, A.Welker, F.Wienholtz, R.N.Wolf, K.Zuber

QEC-value determination for 21Na → 21Ne and 23Mg → 23Na mirror-nuclei decays using high-precision mass spectrometry with ISOLTRAP at the CERN ISOLDE facility

ATOMIC MASSES 21Na, 23Mg; measured time-of-flight spectrum using laser ionization, Ramsey-type ion-cyclotron resonances, cyclotron frequency ratios using ISOLTRAP at ISOLDE-CERN facility; deduced Q(ϵ) values. Comparison with previous measurements.

RADIOACTIVITY 21Na, 23Mg(EC)[from SiC(p, X), E=1.4 GeV from CERN Proton-Synchrotron booster, followed by magnetic mass separation using the general-purpose separator (GPS), laser ion source VADLIS, and ISOLDE resonant ionization laser ion source RILIS]; deduced Q(ϵ) from measured mass excesses, logft, up-down Vud element of the Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa quark mixing matrix. Comparison between Vud values for mirror-nuclei: 19Ne, 29P, 35Ar, 37K and 21Na.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.100.015502
Citations: PlumX Metrics


2019KA48      Hyperfine Interactions 240, 61 (2019)

J.Karthein, D.Atanasov, K.Blaum, S.Eliseev, P.Filianin, D.Lunney, V.Manea, M.Mougeot, D.Neidherr, Y.Novikov, L.Schweikhard, A.Welker, F.Wienholtz, K.Zuber

Direct decay-energy measurement as a route to the neutrino mass

RADIOACTIVITY 131Cs(EC); measured decay products, frequencies; deduced Q-value, mass excess, excluded this transition for neutrino mass measurements.

doi: 10.1007/s10751-019-1601-z
Citations: PlumX Metrics


2018MO14      Phys.Rev.Lett. 120, 232501 (2018)

M.Mougeot, D.Atanasov, K.Blaum, K.Chrysalidis, T.Day Goodacre, D.Fedorov, V.Fedosseev, S.George, F.Herfurth, J.D.Holt, D.Lunney, V.Manea, B.Marsh, D.Neidherr, M.Rosenbusch, S.Rothe, L.Schweikhard, A.Schwenk, C.Seiffert, J.Simonis, S.R.Stroberg, A.Welker, F.Wienholtz, R.N.Wolf, K.Zuber

Precision Mass Measurements of 58-63Cr: Nuclear Collectivity Towards the N=40 Island of Inversion

ATOMIC MASSES 58,59,60,61,62,63Cr; measured cyclotron frequency, TOF; deduced mass excesses. Comparison with AME16, theoretical calculations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.120.232501
Citations: PlumX Metrics


2017DE18      Phys.Rev. C 96, 014310 (2017);Erratum Phys.Rev. C 97, 059902 (2018)

A.de Roubin, D.Atanasov, K.Blaum, S.George, F.Herfurth, D.Kisler, M.Kowalska, S.Kreim, D.Lunney, V.Manea, E.Minaya Ramirez, M.Mougeot, D.Neidherr, M.Rosenbusch, L.Schweikhard, A.Welker, F.Wienholtz, R.N.Wolf, K.Zuber

Nuclear deformation in the A ≈ 100 region: Comparison between new masses and mean-field predictions

ATOMIC MASSES 100,101,102Sr, 100,101,102Rb; measured frequency ratios and mass excesses by the time-of-flight ion cyclotron resonance (ToF-ICR) method using the multireflection time-of-flight mass spectrometer (MR-ToF MS), precision Penning traps, and ISOLTRAP at ISOLDE/CERN. The Sr and Rb isotopes produced as fission fragments in U(p, F), E=1.4 GeV using uranium carbide target, and ISOLDE high-resolution separator (HRS). Comparison with previous measurements, AME-2012 evaluation, and different self-consistent mean-field calculations with different Skyrme and Gogny effective interactions. Systematics of experimental and theoretical S(2n), root mean square charge radii, and odd-even staggering for N=56-66 Rb, Sr and Kr nuclei. Discussed competition of nuclear shapes in the A=100 mass region.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.96.014310
Citations: PlumX Metrics


2017WE16      Phys.Rev.Lett. 119, 192502 (2017)

A.Welker, N.A.S.Althubiti, D.Atanasov, K.Blaum, T.E.Cocolios, F.Herfurth, S.Kreim, D.Lunney, V.Manea, M.Mougeot, D.Neidherr, F.Nowacki, A.Poves, M.Rosenbusch, L.Schweikhard, F.Wienholtz, R.N.Wolf, K.Zuber

Binding Energy of 79Cu: Probing the Structure of the Doubly Magic 78Ni from Only One Proton Away

ATOMIC MASSES 75,76,77,78,79Cu; measured TOF ion-cyclotron resonance; deduced mass excess. Comparison with AME2016 evaluation.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.119.192502
Citations: PlumX Metrics


Back to query form