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Decay studies of K isomer in $$^{254}$$No

He${ss}$berger, F. P.*; Antalic, S.*; Sulignano, B.*; Ackermann, D.*; Heinz, S.*; Hofmann, S.*; Kindler, B.*; Khuyagbaatar, J.*; Kojouharov, I.*; Kuusiniemi, P.*; Leino, M.*; Lommel, B.*; Mann, R.*; Nishio, Katsuhisa   ; Popeko, A. G.*; $v{S}$$'a$ro, $v{S}$.*; Streicher, B.*; Uusitalo, J.*; Venhart, M.*; Yeremin, A. V.*

$$gamma$$-rays decay study of two K isomers in $$^{254}$$No was performed. Two new transitions of 778 and 856 keV could be attributed to the decay pattern of $$^{254m1}$$No (T$$_{1/2}$$=275 ms). The population of an excited band built up on this isomer ($$K$$$$^{pi}$$=8$$^{-}$$) by the decay of $$^{252m2}$$No (198 $$mu$$s) could be proven. A spontaneous fission branch of 2.0$$times$$10$$^{-4}$$ was measured for $$^{252m1}$$No, and upper limit of 1.2$$times$$10$$^{-4}$$ was estimated for $$^{252m2}$$No. These values demonstrate the high stability of multi-quasiparticle configuration against spontaneous fission.



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