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Absolute Transition Probabilities from the 453.1 keV Level in {sup 183}W

Abstract

The half life of the 453.1 keV level in {sup 183}W has been measured by the delayed coincidence method to 18.4 {+-} 0.5 nsec. This determines twelve absolute M1 and E2 transition probabilities, out of which nine are K-forbidden. All transition probabilities are compared with the single particle estimate. The three K-allowed E2, {delta}K = 2 transition rates to the 1/2{sup -} (510) rotational band are furthermore compared with the Nilsson model. An attempt to give a quantitative explanation of the observed transition rates has been made by including the effects from admixtures into the single particle wave functions.
Authors:
Publication Date:
Oct 15, 1966
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
AE-251
Resource Relation:
Other Information: 10 refs., 2 figs., 1 tab.
Subject:
73 NUCLEAR PHYSICS AND RADIATION PHYSICS; TUNGSTEN 183; ENERGY LEVELS; HALF-LIFE; NILSSON-MOTTELSON MODEL; ROTATIONAL STATES
OSTI ID:
20949479
Research Organizations:
AB Atomenergi, Nykoeping (Sweden)
Country of Origin:
Sweden
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: SE0708456
Availability:
Commercial reproduction prohibited; OSTI as DE20949479
Submitting Site:
SWDN
Size:
18 pages
Announcement Date:
Dec 15, 2007

Citation Formats

Malmskog, S G. Absolute Transition Probabilities from the 453.1 keV Level in {sup 183}W. Sweden: N. p., 1966. Web.
Malmskog, S G. Absolute Transition Probabilities from the 453.1 keV Level in {sup 183}W. Sweden.
Malmskog, S G. 1966. "Absolute Transition Probabilities from the 453.1 keV Level in {sup 183}W." Sweden.
@misc{etde_20949479,
title = {Absolute Transition Probabilities from the 453.1 keV Level in {sup 183}W}
author = {Malmskog, S G}
abstractNote = {The half life of the 453.1 keV level in {sup 183}W has been measured by the delayed coincidence method to 18.4 {+-} 0.5 nsec. This determines twelve absolute M1 and E2 transition probabilities, out of which nine are K-forbidden. All transition probabilities are compared with the single particle estimate. The three K-allowed E2, {delta}K = 2 transition rates to the 1/2{sup -} (510) rotational band are furthermore compared with the Nilsson model. An attempt to give a quantitative explanation of the observed transition rates has been made by including the effects from admixtures into the single particle wave functions.}
place = {Sweden}
year = {1966}
month = {Oct}
}