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Signature splitting inversion and backbending in $$^{80}$$Rb

He, C.*; Shen, S.*; Wen, S.*; Zhu, L.*; Wu, X.*; Li, G.*; Zhao, Y.*; Yan, Y.*; Bai, Z.*; Wu, Y.*; Li, Y.*; Li, G.*; Yan, S.*; Oshima, Masumi*; Toh, Yosuke  ; Osa, Akihiko ; Koizumi, Mitsuo ; Hatsukawa, Yuichi; Matsuda, Makoto ; Hayakawa, Takehito

High-spin states of $$^{80}$$Rb are studied via the fusion-evaporation reactions $$^{65}$$Cu+$$^{19}$$F, $$^{66}$$Zn+$$^{18}$$O, and $$^{68}$$Zn+$$^{16}$$O with the beam energies of 75 MeV, 76 MeV, and 80 MeV, respectively. Twenty-three states with twenty-eight $$gamma$$ transitions are added to the previously proposed level scheme, where the second negative-parity band is significantly pushed up to spins of 22$$^-$$ and 15$$^-$$ and two sidebands are built on the known first negative-parity band. Two successive band crossings with frequencies 0.51 MeV and 0.61 MeV in the $$alpha$$ = 0 branch as well as another one in the $$alpha$$ =1 branch of the second negative-parity band are observed. Signature inversions occur in the positive-parity and first negative-parity bands at the spins of 11$$hbar$$ and 16$$hbar$$, respectively. The signature splitting is seen obviously in the second negative-parity band, but the signature inversion is not observed. It is also found that the structure of the two negative-parity bands is similar to that of its isotone $$^{82}$$Y. Signature inversion in the positive-parity yrast band with configuration $$pi$$g9/2 $$otimes$$ $$nu$$g9/2 in this nucleus is discussed using the projected shell model.



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