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Physics Letters B
For the first time the g factor of an isotope beyond N = 20 near the 'island of inversion' has been measured. A 34 Al radioactive beam was produced in a one-neutron pickup reaction on a 36 S primary beam at 77.5 MeV/u, providing a large spin-polarization for application of the β-Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (β-NMR) method. The measured g factor of 34 Al, |g| = 0.539(2), combined with results from earlier β-decay studies, allows to firmly assign a ground state spin/parity 4 − . Comparison to largedoi:10.1016/j.physletb.2007.11.017 fatcat:zwcidyd2zncr5ishxqqb2mmdeu