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2024GR01      Nucl.Data Sheets 193, 88 (2024)

T.J.Gray, J.M.Allmond, L.G.Evans, B.D.Roach, T.T.King, B.C.Rasco

Absolute Branching Ratios of Prominent γ Rays Following α Decay of 233U

RADIOACTIVITY 233U(α); measured decay products, Eγ, Iγ, Eα, Iα, α-γ-coin.; deduced γ-ray energies, absolute γ-ray branching ratios (emission probabilities) for 19 prominent peaks in the α decay of 233U with energies ranging from 97 to 366 keV. Comparison with available data.

doi: 10.1016/j.nds.2024.01.003
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2023GR04      Phys.Rev.Lett. 130, 242501 (2023)

T.J.Gray, J.M.Allmond, Z.Xu, T.T.King, R.S.Lubna, H.L.Crawford, V.Tripathi, B.P.Crider, R.Grzywacz, S.N.Liddick, A.O.Macchiavelli, T.Miyagi, A.Poves, A.Andalib, E.Argo, C.Benetti, S.Bhattacharya, C.M.Campbell, M.P.Carpenter, J.Chan, A.Chester, J.Christie, B.R.Clark, I.Cox, A.A.Doetsch, J.Dopfer, J.G.Duarte, P.Fallon, A.Frotscher, T.Gaballah, J.T.Harke, J.Heideman, H.Huegen, J.D.Holt, R.Jain, N.Kitamura, K.Kolos, F.G.Kondev, A.Laminack, B.Longfellow, S.Luitel, M.Madurga, R.Mahajan, M.J.Mogannam, C.Morse, S.Neupane, A.Nowicki, T.H.Ogunbeku, W.-J.Ong, C.Porzio, C.J.Prokop, B.C.Rasco, E.K.Ronning, E.Rubino, T.J.Ruland, K.P.Rykaczewski, L.Schaedig, D.Seweryniak, K.Siegl, M.Singh, A.E.Stuchbery, S.L.Tabor, T.L.Tang, T.Wheeler, J.A.Winger, J.L.Wood

Microsecond Isomer at the N=20 Island of Shape Inversion Observed at FRIB

RADIOACTIVITY 32Na(IT), (β-) [from 9Be(48Ca, X), E=172.3 MeV/nucleon]; measured decay products, Eγ, Iγ; deduced γ-ray energies, partial level scheme, isomeric T1/2, B(E2), single-particle occupancies. Comparison with calculations. The Advanced Rare Isotope Separator (ARIS), the FRIB Decay Station initiator (FDSi).

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.130.242501
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2023GR07      Phys.Lett. B 847, 138268 (2023)

T.J.Gray, A.E.Stuchbery, J.Dobaczewski, A.Blazhev, H.A.Alshammari, L.J.Bignell, J.Bonnard, B.J.Coombes, J.T.H.Dowie, M.S.M.Gerathy, T.Kibedi, G.J.Lane, B.P.McCormick, A.J.Mitchell, C.Nicholls, J.G.Pope, P.-G.Reinhard, N.J.Spinks, Y.Zhong

Shape polarization in the tin isotopes near N = 60 from precision g-factor measurements on short-lived 11/2- isomers

RADIOACTIVITY 109,111Sn(IT) [from 96,98Mo(16O, 3n), E=58 MeV]; measured decay products, frequencies, Eγ, Iγ. 113Sn; deduced γ-ray energies, partial level schemes, isomeric R(t) function, g-factors, hyperfine field strength. Comparison with broken-symmetry density functional theory calculations and available data. The Time Differential Perturbed Angular Distribution (TDPAD) technique. The Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility at the Australian National University.

doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2023.138268
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2023LU07      Phys.Rev. C 108, 014329 (2023)

R.S.Lubna, S.N.Liddick, T.H.Ogunbeku, A.Chester, J.M.Allmond, S.Bhattacharya, C.M.Campbell, M.P.Carpenter, K.L.Childers, P.Chowdhury, J.Christie, B.R.Clark, R.M.Clark, I.Cox, H.L.Crawford, B.P.Crider, A.A.Doetsch, P.Fallon, A.Frotscher, T.Gaballah, T.J.Gray, R.Grzywacz, J.T.Harke, A.C.Hartley, R.Jain, T.T.King, N.Kitamura, K.Kolos, F.G.Kondev, E.Lamere, R.Lewis, B.Longfellow, S.Lyons, S.Luitel, M.Madurga, R.Mahajan, M.J.Mogannam, C.Morse, S.K.Neupane, W.-J.Ong, D.Perez-Loureiro, C.Porzio, C.J.Prokop, A.L.Richard, E.K.Ronning, E.Rubino, K.Rykaczewski, D.Seweryniak, K.Siegl, U.Silwal, M.Singh, D.P.Siwakoti, D.C.Smith, M.K.Smith, S.L.Tabor, T.L.Tang, V.Tripathi, A.Volya, T.Wheeler, Y.Xiao, Z.Xu

β decay of 36Mg and 36Al: Identification of a β-decaying isomer in 36Al

RADIOACTIVITY 36Mg, 36Al(β-)[from 9Be(48Ca, X), E=140 MeV/nucleon for experiment at NSCL and 9Be(48Ca, X), E=172.3 MeV/nucleon for experiment at FRIB]; 36Al, 36mAl(β-)[from 36Mg(β-); measured Eγ, Iγ; deduced T1/2. 36Al; deduced levels, J, π, newly-observed β-decaying isomer, T1/2 of the isomer. 36Si; deduced levels, J, π. Comparison to shell model calculations performed with the FSU interaction using code CoSMo. For experiment at NSCL - CeBr3 based implantation detector with position-sensitive photomultiplier tube was surrounded by 16 segmented germanium detectors (SeGa) and 15 LaBr3 detectors. For experiment at FRIB - YSO scintillator based implantation detector segmented into 48x48 pixels was surrounded by 11 HPGe clover detectors and LaBr3 detectors from one side and the neutron detector array VANDLE from the other side.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.108.014329
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2022CR03      Phys.Rev.Lett. 129, 212501 (2022)

H.L.Crawford, V.Tripathi, J.M.Allmond, B.P.Crider, R.Grzywacz, S.N.Liddick, A.Andalib, E.Argo, C.Benetti, S.Bhattacharya, C.M.Campbell, M.P.Carpenter, J.Chan, A.Chester, J.Christie, B.R.Clark, I.Cox, A.A.Doetsch, J.Dopfer, J.G.Duarte, P.Fallon, A.Frotscher, T.Gaballah, T.J.Gray, J.T.Harke, J.Heideman, H.Heugen, R.Jain, T.T.King, N.Kitamura, K.Kolos, F.G.Kondev, A.Laminack, B.Longfellow, R.S.Lubna, S.Luitel, M.Madurga, R.Mahajan, M.J.Mogannam, C.Morse, S.Neupane, A.Nowicki, T.H.Ogunbeku, W.-J.Ong, C.Porzio, C.J.Prokop, B.C.Rasco, E.K.Ronning, E.Rubino, T.J.Ruland, K.P.Rykaczewski, L.Schaedig, D.Seweryniak, K.Siegl, M.Singh, S.L.Tabor, T.L.Tang, T.Wheeler, J.A.Winger, Z.Xu

Crossing N = 28 Toward the Neutron Drip Line: First Measurement of Half-Lives at FRIB

RADIOACTIVITY 44,45P, 42,43Si, 39,40,41Al, 36,37,38Mg, 35Na, 32Ne, 29F(β-), (β-n), (β-2n) [from 9Be(48Ca, X), E=172.3 MeV/nucleon]; measured decay products, Eβ, Iβ, En, In; deduced T1/2. Comparison with the latest quasiparticle random phase approximation and shell-model calculations and available data. The Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) with the FRIB decay station initiator.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.129.212501
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2022GR08      Phys.Lett. B 834, 137446 (2022)

T.J.Gray, J.M.Allmond, R.V.F.Janssens, W.Korten, A.E.Stuchbery, J.L.Wood, A.D.Ayangeakaa, S.Bottoni, B.M.Bucher, C.M.Campbell, M.P.Carpenter, H.L.Crawford, H.David, D.T.Doherty, P.Fallon, M.T.Febbraro, A.Galindo-Uribarri, C.J.Gross, M.Komorowska, F.G.Kondev, T.Lauritsen, A.O.Macchiavelli, P.Napiorkowsi, E.Padilla-Rodal, S.D.Pain, W.Reviol, D.G.Sarantites, G.Savard, D.Seweryniak, C.Y.Wu, C.-H.Yu, S.Zhu

E2 rotational invariants of 01+ and 21+ states for 106Cd: The emergence of collective rotation

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 208Pb(106Cd, 106Cd'), E=3.849 MeV/nucleon; measured Doppler-corrected γ-ray spectra, Eγ, Iγ, (106Cd)γ-coin using GRETINA array with 32 HPGe crystals for γ detection, and CHICO array for particles at the ATLAS-ANL facility. 106Cd; deduced levels, J, π, E2 and E3 matrix elements using GOSIA analysis code, E2 transition strengths, spectroscopic quadrupole moments, electric quadrupole invariants (Kumar-Cline sum rules) Q3cos(3δ), axial-symmetry parameter δ. Comparison with beyond mean-field (BMF) and shell-model calculations, and with previous experimental data.

doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2022.137446
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2022ID01      Phys.Rev.Lett. 128, 252501 (2022)

E.Ideguchi, T.Kibedi, J.T.H.Dowie, T.H.Hoang, M.Kumar Raju, N.Aoi, A.J.Mitchell, A.E.Stuchbery, N.Shimizu, Y.Utsuno, A.Akber, L.J.Bignell, B.J.Coombes, T.K.Eriksen, T.J.Gray, G.J.Lane, B.P.McCormick

Electric Monopole Transition from the Superdeformed Band in 40Ca

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 40Ca(p, p'), E<10 MeV; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ, X-rays; deduced γ-ray energies, energy levels, partial level scheme, electric monopole (E0) transition strengths, transition rates for 0+ states. Comparison with Large-scale shell-model (LSSM) calculations and systematics. The 14UD Pelletron tandem accelerator of the Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility at the Australian National University.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.128.252501
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2021GE07      Phys.Lett. B 823, 136738 (2021)

M.S.M.Gerathy, A.J.Mitchell, G.J.Lane, A.E.Stuchbery, A.Akber, H.A.Alshammari, L.J.Bignell, B.J.Coombes, J.T.H.Dowie, T.J.Gray, T.Kibedi, B.P.McCormick, L.J.Mckie, M.S.Rahman, N.J.Spinks, B.P.E.Tee, Y.Y.Zhong, K.Zhu

Emerging collectivity in neutron-hole transitions near doubly magic 208Pb

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 209Bi(6Li, 2nα), (6Li, 4n), E=48 MeV; 204Pb(13C, 4n), E=80 MeV; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ. 209Po, 211Rn, 213Ra; deduced γ-ray energies and intensities, T1/2, B(E2), emerging collectivity beyond the shell-model valence space. Comparison with calculations. Direct fast-timing methods.

doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2021.136738
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2020DO10      Phys.Lett. B 811, 135855 (2020)

J.T.H.Dowie, T.Kibedi, D.G.Jenkins, A.E.Stuchbery, A.Akber, H.A.Alshammari, N.Aoi, A.Avaa, L.J.Bignell, M.V.Chisapi, B.J.Coombes, T.K.Eriksen, M.S.M.Gerathy, T.J.Gray, T.H.Hoang, E.Ideguchi, P.Jones, M.Kumar Raju, G.J.Lane, B.P.McCormick, L.J.McKie, A.J.Mitchell, N.J.Spinks, B.P.E.Tee

Evidence for shape coexistence and superdeformation in 24Mg

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 24Mg(p, p'), E=8 MeV; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ, Eβ, Iβ; deduced level energies, J, π, level lifetimes, E0 strength. Comparison with shell model calculations using NuShellX and the USDA interaction in the sd model space.

doi: 10.1016/j.physletb.2020.135855
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2020ER03      Phys.Rev. C 102, 024320 (2020)

T.K.Eriksen, T.Kibedi, M.W.Reed, A.E.Stuchbery, K.J.Cook, A.Akber, B.Alshahrani, A.A.Avaa, K.Banerjee, A.C.Berriman, L.T.Bezzina, L.Bignell, J.Buete, I.P.Carter, B.J.Coombes, J.T.H.Dowie, M.Dasgupta, L.J.Evitts, A.B.Garnsworthy, M.S.M.Gerathy, T.J.Gray, D.J.Hinde, T.H.Hoang, S.S.Hota, E.Ideguchi, P.Jones, G.J.Lane, B.P.McCormick, A.J.Mitchell, N.Palalani, T.Palazzo, M.Ripper, E.C.Simpson, J.Smallcombe, B.M.A.Swinton-Bland, T.Tanaka, T.G.Tornyi, M.O.de Vries

Improved precision on the experimental E0 decay branching ratio of the Hoyle state

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(p, p'), E=10.5 MeV; measured electron-positron pairs for E0 transition from the first excited 0+ Hoyle state, and for E2 transition from the first 2+ state, Eγ, (ce)(ce)- and (ce)γ-coin, γ(θ), E(p), I(p) using the superconducting solenoid Super-e pair spectrometer and Si(Li) detector array for electrons and positrons, HPGe detector for γ radiation, and ANU BALiN double sided silicon strip detector array for scattered protons at the 14 UD pelletron tandem accelerator of Australian National University; deduced E0 branching ratio ΓE0π/Γ, reduction in radiative width. Comparison with previous experimental measurements; calculated 3α reaction rate within the temperature range of helium burning red giant stars using the NACRE library value. Possible impact on astrophysical calculations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.102.024320
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2020GE08      Phys.Rev. C 102, 044319 (2020)

M.S.M.Gerathy, G.J.Lane, A.E.Stuchbery, G.D.Dracoulis, T.Kibedi, A.Akber, L.J.Bignell, B.J.Coombes, J.T.H.Dowie, T.J.Gray, B.Q.Lee, B.P.McCormick, A.J.Mitchell, N.Palalani

γ-ray and conversion-electron spectroscopy of the high-spin isomer in 145Sm

RADIOACTIVITY 145Sm(IT)[from 124Sn(26Mg, 5n), E=110, 115 MeV, followed by separation of evaporation residues by the SOLITAIRE separator and implantation in a catcher tape at the focal point of the Solenogam array]; measured Eγ, Iγ, E(ce), I(ce), γγ- and γ(ce)-coin, half-lives of isomers by γ(t) and γγ(t) at the at the Australian National University Heavy-Ion Accelerator Facility. 145Sm; deduced high-spin levels, J, π, conversion coefficients, multipolarities, B(E1), B(M1), B(E2), B(M2), B(E3), configurations. Comparisons with shell-model calculations using the KSHELL code. Systematics of energies of the high-spin isomers in N=83, odd-A isotones of 143Nd, 145Sm, 147Gd, 149Dy and 151Er.

NUCLEAR STRUCTURE 145Sm; calculated high-spin levels, J, π, amplitudes of major configurations using shell model and KSHELL code. Comparison with experimental data.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.102.044319
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2020GR01      Phys.Rev.Lett. 124, 032502 (2020)

T.J.Gray, J.M.Allmond, A.E.Stuchbery, C.-H.Yu, C.Baktash, A.Gargano, A.Galindo-Uribarri, D.C.Radford, J.C.Batchelder, J.R.Beene, C.R.Bingham, L.Coraggio, A.Covello, M.Danchev, C.J.Gross, P.A.Hausladen, N.Itaco, W.Krolas, J.F.Liang, E.Padilla-Rodal, J.Pavan, D.W.Stracener, R.L.Varner

Early Signal of Emerging Nuclear Collectivity in Neutron-Rich 129Sb

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 50Ti(129Sb, 129Sb'), E=400 MeV; measured reaction products, Eγ, Iγ. 129Sb; deduced γ-ray energies, J, π, B(E2). Comparison with shell model calculations.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.124.032502
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2020GR05      Phys.Rev. C 101, 054302 (2020)

T.J.Gray, A.E.Stuchbery, B.J.Coombes, J.T.H.Dowie, M.S.M.Gerathy, T.Kibedi, G.J.Lane, B.P.McCormick, A.J.Mitchell, M.W.Reed

Hyperfine fields at 66Ga, 67, 69Ge implanted into iron and gadolinium hosts at 6 K, and applications to g-factor measurements

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 56Fe(12C, pn)66Ga, E=28 MeV; 54,56Fe(16O, 2pn)67Ge/69Ge, E=60 MeV; measured Eγ, and Iγ of recoil 66Ga, 67,69Ge nuclei implanted in Fe and Gd foils using HPGe and LaBr3 detectors for γ detection at the Heavy Ion Accelerator Facility of the Australian National University.

NUCLEAR MOMENTS 66mGa, 67,69Ge; measured hyperfine magnetic fields, and g-factors using time differential perturbed angular distribution (TDPAD) method; deduced configuration for 66mGa. Comparison with previous experimental results.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.101.054302
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2019CO08      Phys.Rev. C 100, 024322 (2019)

B.J.Coombes, A.E.Stuchbery, A.Blazhev, H.Grawe, M.W.Reed, A.Akber, J.T.H.Dowie, M.S.M.Gerathy, T.J.Gray, T.Kibedi, A.J.Mitchell, T.Palazzo

Spectroscopy and excited-state g factors in weakly collective 111Cd: Confronting collective and microscopic models

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 111Cd(32S, 32S'), E=90 MeV from ANU 14UD Pelletron accelerator; measured scattered particles, Eγ, Iγ, (particle)γ(θ), level half-lives by Doppler-broadened line shape method, g factors of levels by strong transient-field method using silicon photodiode detectors for particles, four HPGe detectors for γ rays, and ANL Hyperfine Spectrometer. 111Cd; deduced levels populated in 111Cd through Coulomb excitation, J, π, B(E2), B(M1). 113,114Cd; measured level half-lives from Doppler-broadened line shapes of 681-keV transition in 113Cd and 725-keV transition in 114Cd. Comparison with previous experimental results, and with shell-model calculations using the M-scheme code KSHELL and the SR88MHJM Hamiltonian.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.100.024322
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2019MC05      Phys.Rev. C 100, 044317 (2019)

B.P.McCormick, A.E.Stuchbery, B.A.Brown, G.Georgiev, B.J.Coombes, T.J.Gray, M.S.M.Gerathy, G.J.Lane, T.Kibedi, A.J.Mitchell, M.W.Reed, A.Akber, L.J.Bignell, J.T.H.Dowie, T.K.Eriksen, S.Hota, N.Palalani, T.Tornyi

First-excited state g factors in the stable, even Ge and Se isotopes

NUCLEAR MOMENTS 70,72,74,76Ge, 74,76,78,80,82Se; measured Eγ, scattered carbon particles, (particle)γ-coin, angular correlations, transient-field precession angles, relative g factors of the first 2+ states using transient field (TF) method in inverse kinematics with the Rutgers parameterization, and ion beams of Ge and Se isotopes from the Australian National University 14UD Pelletron accelerator incident on a multilayer target of C layer, an iron or gadolinium foil, and a copper backing; deduced g factors for the Se and Ge isotopes from a global fit to the present data, together with previous g-factor ratios. Comparison with shell-model calculations using JUN45 and jj44b interactions.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.100.044317
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2017GR19      Phys.Rev. C 96, 054332 (2017)

T.J.Gray, A.E.Stuchbery, M.W.Reed, A.Akber, B.J.Coombes, J.T.H.Dowie, T.K.Eriksen, M.S.M.Gerathy, T.Kibedi, G.J.Lane, A.J.Mitchell, T.Palazzo, T.Tornyi

Perturbed angular distributions with LaBr3 detectors: The g factor of the first 10+ state in 110Cd reexamined

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 98Mo(12C, 3n)107Cd, E=48 MeV; measured Eγ, Iγ, γ(θ), half-life of 11/2- isomer in 107Cd, recoil-implanted into a gadolinium host, static hyperfine field strength of Cd recoil implanted into gadolinium using time differential perturbed angular distribution at the ANU 14UD Pelletron accelerator facility.

NUCLEAR MOMENTS 107Cd; measured static hyperfine field strength of Cd recoil implanted into gadolinium using time differential perturbed angular distribution. 110Cd; analyzed and re-evaluated g factor of the yrast 10+ state using newly-determined hyperfine field strength; deduced seniority-two νh11/2 configuration.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.96.054332
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1996GR23      J.Phys.(London) B29, 1331 (1996)

T.J.Gray, N.B.Malhi

Measurement of the Ratio of L(III)/L(I) Ionization of Yb by Heavy Ions of Impact Energy 0.5-3.0 MeV amu-1

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Yb(p, X), (9Be, X), (12C, X), (19F, X), E=0.5-3 MeV/nucleon; Yb(14N, X), (28Si, X), E=0.5-2.6 MeV/nucleon; measured I(L X-ray) ratio vs E, projectile Z, E/M. PWBA, ECPSSR theory comparison.

ATOMIC PHYSICS Yb(p, X), (9Be, X), (12C, X), (19F, X), E=0.5-3 MeV/nucleon; Yb(14N, X), (28Si, X), E=0.5-2.6 MeV/nucleon; measured I(L X-ray) ratio vs E, projectile Z, E/M. PWBA, ECPSSR theory comparison.

doi: 10.1088/0953-4075/29/7/014
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1992SH15      J.Phys.(London) B25, 2055 (1992)

R.Shingal, N.B.Malhi, T.J.Gray

Target Centred Coupled Channel Calculations for L1 Subshell X-Ray Production Cross Sections by Heavy Ions

ATOMIC PHYSICS Yb(p, X), (7Li, X), (14N, X), (28Si, X), E=0.5-3 MeV/nucleon; calculated L X-ray production σ.

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Yb(p, X), (7Li, X), (14N, X), (28Si, X), E=0.5-3 MeV/nucleon; calculated L X-ray production σ.

doi: 10.1088/0953-4075/25/9/012
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1991MA60      Phys.Rev. A44, 7199 (1991)

N.B.Malhi, T.J.Gray

Measurements of the L-Shell X-Ray Production Cross Sections of Yb and Au by Li, Be, C, N, F, and Si Bombardments

NUCLEAR REACTIONS Yb, 197Au(7Li, X), (9Be, X), (12C, X), (19F, X), E=0.5-3 MeV/nucleon; Yb, 197Au(14N, X), (28Si, X), E=0.5-2.6 MeV/nucleon; measured L X-ray production σ(E). Model comparison.

ATOMIC PHYSICS Yb, 197Au(7Li, X), (9Be, X), (12C, X), (19F, X), E=0.5-3 MeV/nucleon; Yb, 197Au(14N, X), (28Si, X), E=0.5-2.6 MeV/nucleon; measured L X-ray production σ(E). Model comparison.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevA.44.7199
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1977EC04      Phys.Rev. C16, 1873 (1977)

J.S.Eck, T.J.Gray, R.K.Gardner

Low Energy Elastic Scattering from 28Si Targets Using Projectiles with 9 ≤ A ≤ 18

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 28Si(9Be, 9Be), E=14, 17 MeV; 28Si(12C, 12C), E=24, 27, 30 MeV; 28Si(14N, 14N), E=27, 30, 33 MeV; 28Si(16O, 16O), E=33, 36, 38 MeV; 28Si(18O, 18O), E=36 MeV; measured σ(θ). Global optical model analysis.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevC.16.1873
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1975KH02      Phys.Rev. A11, 893 (1975)

N.A.Khelil, T.J.Gray

Proton-Induced K-Shell Ionization Cross Sections for Selected Elements Ag to La: 0.6-2.0 MeV

ATOMIC PHYSICS Ag, Cd, Sn, Sb, Te, Ba, La(p, X), E=0.6-2.0 MeV; measured K X-ray yields.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevA.11.893
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1975MC11      Phys.Rev. A11, 1607 (1975)

F.D.McDaniel, T.J.Gray, R.K.Gardner

K-Shell X-Ray Production Cross Sections of Selected Elements from Ti to Y for 0.5- to 2.5-MeV Alpha-Particle Bombardment

ATOMIC PHYSICS Ti, V, Cr, Fe, Ni, Cu, Zn, Ga, As, Se, Rb, Sr, Y(α, X), E=0.5-2.5 MeV; measured K X-ray yields.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRevA.11.1607
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1969FO02      Phys.Rev. 179, 1033 (1969)

H.T.Fortune, T.J.Gray, W.Trost, N.R.Fletcher

Reaction 12C(3He, d)13N and Stripping to Unbound States

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(3He, d), E=12-19 MeV; measured σ(E;Ed, θ). 13N deduced levels, π, level-width, S.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRev.179.1033
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1968FO06      Phys.Rev. 173, 1002 (1968)

H.T.Fortune, T.J.Gray, W.Trost, N.R.Fletcher

Elastic and Inelastic Scattering of 3He by 12C, 12.0-18.0 MeV

NUCLEAR REACTIONS 12C(3He, 3He), (3He, 3He'), E=12-18 MeV; measured σ(E;θ), σ(E;E(3He'), θ); deduced optical model parameters.

doi: 10.1103/PhysRev.173.1002
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