While most subatomic cores have shapes that are round or slightly deformed, it is known that some thrilled states of certain centers can have unusual ellipsoidal forms. Finding such centers can produce essential information about how subatomic cores are held together. Philosophers postulated that 110Ru, unpredictable center with a 12 2nd half-life, might be a candidate for a triaxial ground state. In an experiment at Argonne National Lab, a light beam of these unstable cores was used in a multi-step Coulomb excitation measurement with the GRETINA and CHICO2 detector ranges, and evidence for triaxiality was found.
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