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A decay study of As-70
Li, Y(李燕); Shen, SF(沈水法); Shi, SH(石双惠); Gu, JH(顾嘉辉); Yu, XH(余笑寒); Liu, JY; Zeng, JP
AbstractThe excited states of the Ge-70 nucleus in radioactive decay of As-70 were investigated. Four new transitions with 1036.99, 1196.66, 1539.29 and 2531.7 keV have been found. The placement of 2219.34 keV transition has been reassigned, three gamma-rays with 496.74, 1295.24 and 1417.24 keV have been placed in the decay scheme for the first time, and the placements of 1881.67, 2325.42 and 2424.41 keV gamma-rays are confirmed in the present work. Two new levels at 4243.10 and 5265.81 keV excitation energy, respectively, are proposed. The level scheme was established and for a number of levels spin-parity assignments are suggested on the basis of log ft values and gamma-branching ratios. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.
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Li, Y,Shen, SF,Shi, SH,et al. A decay study of As-70[J]. APPLIED RADIATION AND ISOTOPES,2002,57(3):399.
APA Li, Y.,Shen, SF.,Shi, SH.,Gu, JH.,Yu, XH.,...&Zeng, JP.(2002).A decay study of As-70.APPLIED RADIATION AND ISOTOPES,57(3),399.
MLA Li, Y,et al."A decay study of As-70".APPLIED RADIATION AND ISOTOPES 57.3(2002):399.
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