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1998BA24      Phys.Lett. 420, 211 (1998)

J.T.Balewski, A.Budzanowski, H.Dombrowski, W.Eyrich, C.Goodman, D.Grzonka, J.Haidenbauer, C.Hanhart, J.Hauffe, L.Jarczyk, M.Jochmann, A.Khoukaz, K.Kilian, M.Kohler, A.Kozela, T.Lister, A.Metzger, P.Moskal, W.Oelert, C.Quentmeier, R.Santo, G.Schepers, U.Seddik, T.Sefzick, J.Smyrski, M.Sokolowski, F.Stinzing, A.Strzalkowski, C.Thomas, S.Wirth, M.Wolke, R.Woodward, P.Wustner, D.Wyrwa

Total Cross Section of the Reaction pp → pK+ Λ Close to Threshold

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 1H(p, pX), E at 2.3 GeV/c; measured total σ vs excess energy for pK+Λ final state; deduced reaction mechanism features.

doi: 10.1016/S0370-2693(97)01527-X
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1983GA16      Phys.Scr. T5, 178 (1983)

J.J.Gaardhoje, J.D.Garrett, G.B.Hagemann, B.Herskind, A.Holm, P.Nolan, G.Sletten, J.R.Beene, M.L.Halbert, D.C.Hensley, I.Y.Lee, F.Plasil, F.A.Dilmanian, M.Jaaskelainen, H.Puchta, D.G.Sarantites, R.Woodward, Th.Lindblad

High Spin Phenomena in the Mass 100-200 Region Seen through the Crystal Ball

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 112,114Cd, 96Zr, 135Ba, 124Sn(50Ti, X), E=230 MeV; measured entry region γ-spectra average properties; deduced γ-ray fold distribution mass dependence. 166,164,162,160,156Yb deduced γ-ray fold distribution neutron dependence. Spin spectrometer.

doi: 10.1088/0031-8949/1983/T5/034
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1983HA28      Phys.Scr. T5, 91 (1983)

M.L.Halbert, J.H.Barker, J.R.Beene, R.L.Ferguson, D.C.Hensley, G.R.Young, F.A.Dilmanian, M.Jaaskelainen, H.Puchta, D.G.Sarantites, R.Woodward

Heavy-Ion Reaction Mechanisms Studied with the Spin Spectrometer

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 146Nd(20Ne, 5n), (20Ne, 6n), (20Ne, 7n), (20Ne, 8n), E=136 MeV; measured γ-multiplicity, σ vs multiplicity, excitation. 159Tb(19F, X), E=180 MeV; measured γ-multiplicity vs fragment mass, Z, σ(fragment θ) for X=C, B, Be, N, O, Ne. Comparison with sum rule predictions.

doi: 10.1088/0031-8949/1983/T5/014
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1983JA04      Nucl.Phys. A396, 319c (1983)

M.Jaaskelainen, D.G.Sarantites, F.A.Dilmanian, R.Woodward, H.Puchta, J.R.Beene, J.Hattula, M.L.Halbert, D.C.Hensley, J.H.Barker

Evolution of Nuclear Shapes in 157-161Yb as a Function of Spin and Neutron Number

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 146Nd(20Ne, 6n), (20Ne, 7n), E=136, 149 MeV; 146Nd(20Ne, 8n), 144Nd(20Ne, 6n), (20Ne, 7n), E=149 MeV; 146Nd(20Ne, 5n), E=136 MeV; measured continuum Eγ, Iγ, γ(θ) vs multiplicity. 157,158,159,160,161Yb deduced nuclear shapes.

doi: 10.1016/0375-9474(83)90028-3
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1983JA12      Phys.Scr. T5, 175 (1983)

M.Jaaskelainen, D.G.Sarantites, F.A.Dilmanian, R.Woodward, H.Puchta, J.R.Beene, J.Hattula, M.L.Halbert, D.C.Hensley

Transition from Prolate to Oblate to Triaxial Shapes in 158Yb

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 144Nd(20Ne, 6n), 146Nd(20Ne, 8n), E=149 MeV; measured γ-multiplicity, γ(θ) vs multiplicity. 158Yb deduced average excitation energy, continuum decay characteristics, prolate to oblate shape change.


1983SA10      Nucl.Phys. A400, 435c (1983)

R.C.Sarantites, M.Jaaskelainen, F.A.Dilmanian, H.Puchta, R.Woodward, J.R.Beene, D.C.Hensley, M.L.Halbert, J.Hattula, J.H.Barker, R.Novotny, L.Adler, R.K.Choudhury, M.N.Namboodiri, R.P.Schmitt, J.B.Natowitz

Research Highlights with the Spin Spectrometer

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 146Nd(20Ne, 8n), E=136 MeV; 146Nd(20Ne, 6n), (20Ne, 7n), E=136, 149 MeV; 144Nd(20Ne, 6n), (20Ne, 7n), 146Nd(20Ne, 8n), E=149 MeV; measured continuum γ-spectra, γ-multiplicities; deduced fusion reaction, entry state energy, angular momentum dependences. 160,158,159Yb deduced effective moment of inertia vs spin, entry line energy vs γ-multiplicity, localized stretched dipole transition. 157,161Yb deduced localized stretched dipole transition.

doi: 10.1016/0375-9474(83)90448-7
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1982DI16      Phys.Rev.Lett. 49, 1909 (1982)

F.A.Dilmanian, D.G.Sarantites, M.Jaaskelainen, H.Puchta, R.Woodward, J.R.Beene, D.C.Hensley, M.L.Halbert, R.Novotny, L.Adler, R.K.Choudhury, M.N.Namboodiri, R.P.Schmitt, J.B.Natowitz

Alpha-Particle Angular Distributions with Respect to Spin Direction

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 150Nd(20Ne, xα), E=176 MeV; measured σ(θ, Eα) vs γ-multiplicity, evaporation residue spin direction; deduced α-emitting nucleus deformation characteristics.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.49.1909
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1982JA08      Phys.Rev.Lett. 49, 1387 (1982)

M.Jaaskelainen, D.G.Sarantites, R.Woodward, F.A.Dilmanian, H.Puchta, J.R.Beene, J.Hattula, M.L.Halbert, D.C.Hensley, J.H.Barker

Evidence for a Prolate to Oblate Shape Change at High Spin in 160Yb

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 146Nd(20Ne, 6n), E=136, 149 MeV; measured γ-multiplicity. 160Yb deduced entry state population, decay properties, shape change. Spin spectrometer.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.49.1387
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1982JA10      Phys.Lett. 119B, 65 (1982)

M.Jaaskelainen, D.G.Sarantites, F.A.Dilmanian, R.Woodward, H.Puchta, J.R.Beene, J.Hattula, M.L.Halbert, D.C.Hensley

Evolution of the Decay Modes of 158Yb with Spin

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 144Nd(20Ne, 6n), 146Nd(20Ne, 8n), E=149 MeV; measured continuum Eγ, Iγ, γ-anisotropies. 158Yb deduced entry state decay, collectivity spin dependence, stretched dipole component.

doi: 10.1016/0370-2693(82)90244-1
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1982SA21      Phys.Lett. 115B, 441 (1982)

D.G.Sarantites, M.Jaaskelainen, R.Woodward, F.A.Dilmanian, D.C.Hensley, J.H.Barker, J.R.Beene, M.L.Halbert, W.T.Milner

Population of the Entry States in Heavy-Ion Fusion Reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 146Nd(20Ne, 5n), (20Ne, 6n), (20Ne, 7n), E=136 MeV; measured σ vs γ-multiplicity, entry state distributions; deduced entrance channel fusion (L). Statistical model.

doi: 10.1016/0370-2693(82)90388-4
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1981YA10      Phys.Rev. C24, 2565 (1981)

H.Yamada, C.F.Maguire, J.H.Hamilton, A.V.Ramayya, D.C.Hensley, M.L.Halbert, R.L.Robinson, F.E.Bertrand, R.Woodward

Localized l Window from Partial Fusion Reactions Accompanied by Proton, Deuteron, and Triton Emission

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 154Sm(14N, xnp), (14N, xnd), (14N, xnt), E=167 MeV; measured γ(particle)-coin, γ-multiplicity, σ(evaporation residue); deduced entrance channel localized fusion L window. 158Er deduced yrast transition γ-multiplicity. Massive transfer model.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.24.2565
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1980BA20      Phys.Rev.Lett. 45, 424 (1980)

J.H.Barker, J.R.Beene, M.L.Halbert, D.C.Hensley, M.Jaaskelainen, D.G.Sarantites, R.Woodward

Direct Evidence for a Narrow Window at High Angular Momentum in Incomplete-Fusion Reactions

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 146Nd(16O, xnα), E=142 MeV; measured αγ-coin, side feeding; deduced narrow window at high angular momentum, no central collisions. Generalized incomplete fusion model.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.45.424
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1958CL49      J.S.African Chem.Inst. 11, 82 (1958)

F.L.Clark, H.J.Spencer-Palmer, R.N.Woodward

The Determination of the Half-Lives and Alpha-Particle Energies of Some Radioactive Isotopes. Part III. The Alpha-Particle Energy of U233


1957CL16      J.S.African Chem.Inst. 10, 62 (1957)

F.L.Clark, H.J.Spencer-Palmer, R.N.Woodward

The Determination of the Half-Lives and α-Particle Energies of Some Radioactive Isotopes. Part I. The Determination of the Half-Lives of Uranium 235 and Uranium 238


1957CL17      J.S.African Chem.Inst. 10, 74 (1957)

F.L.Clark, H.J.Spencer-Palmer, R.N.Woodward

The Determination of the Half-Lives and α-Particle Energies of Some Radioactive Isotopes. Part II. The Determination of Some α-Particle Energies


1952FU19      Phys.Rev. 88, 170A (1952)

S.C.Fultz, R.J.Nash, R.L.Woodward, M.L.Pool

Radiations of Rh99 and Ga67

doi: 10.1103/PhysRev.88.170A
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