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E3 amd M2 transiton strengths in Bi-209(83).

Roberts, O J*; Nita, C R*; Bruce, A M*; Marginean, N*; Bucurescu, D*; Deleanu, D*; Filipescu, D*; Florea, N M*; Gheorghe, I*; Ghita, D*; Glodariu, T*; Lica, R*; Marginean, R*; Mihai, C*; Negret, A*; Sava, T*; Stroe, L*; Suvaila, R*; Toma, S*; Alharbi, T*; Alexander, T*; Aydin, S*; Brown, B A*; Browne, F*; Carroll, R J*; Mulholland, K*; Podolyak, Z*; Regan, P H; Smith, J F*; Smolen, M*; Townsley, C M* (2016) E3 amd M2 transiton strengths in Bi-209(83). Phys. Rev. C, 93 (1). 014309

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The i13/2 ->h9/2 (M2) and s1/2 ->f7/2 (E3) reduced transition probabilities in 209Bi have been determined from the direct half-life measurement of the 13/2+ and 1/2+ states using the Romanian array for gamma-ray spectroscopy in heavy ion reactions (ROSPHERE). The 13/2+ and 1/2+ states were found to have T1/2=0.120(15) ns and T1/2=9.02(24) ns respectively. Angular distributions were used to determine an E3/M2 mixing ratio of delta=-.184(13) for the 1609 keV gamma-ray transitions de-exciting the 13/2+ state.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: Nuclear structure, Nuclear decay data, electomagnetic ldecay probabilitiies, nanosecond timing measurements, LaBr3 detectors, gamma-ray coincidence spectroscopy, nuclear shell model
Subjects: Ionising Radiation
Ionising Radiation > Radioactivity
Identification number/DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevC.93.1.014309
Last Modified: 02 Feb 2018 13:13
URI: http://eprintspublications.npl.co.uk/id/eprint/6948

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