Levels below 6.2 MeV of excitation have been observed in the Ti48(d,p)Ti49 reaction at an incident energy of 6.0 MeV. The over-all energy resolution was 15 keV. Differential cross sections for the more intense proton groups were measured. A distorted-wave analysis yielded ln values and spectroscopic strengths for 24 of the (d,p) transitions. A sum-rule analysis indicates that most of the 1f72 and 2p strengths were located whereas only fractions of the 1f52, 1g92, 2d52, and 3s12 strengths were found. A level scheme for Ti49 is proposed and the Ti49 level structure is compared to theoretical predictions. It is pointed out that the level structure near 2.5 MeV in Ti49 is not clear experimentally, though several states important for the comparison with theory occur in this region. A set of Q values is proposed for the various Ti(d,p) reactions.
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