ADOPTED LEVELS, GAMMAS for 179Hf

Author: Coral M. Baglin |  Citation: Nucl. Data Sheets 110, 265 (2009) |  Cutoff date: 15-Nov-2008 

 Full ENSDF file | Adopted Levels (PDF version) 


Q(β-)=-105.6 keV 4S(n)= 6098.99 keV 8S(p)= 7414.5 keV 21Q(α)= 1806.3 keV 15
Reference: 2012WA38

References:
  A  178Hf(n,γ) E=THERMAL  B  179Lu β- decay
  C  179Hf IT decay (18.67 S)  D  179Hf IT decay (25.05 d)
  E  178Hf(n,γ) E=7.78 EV RES  F  Coulomb Excitation
  G  178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t)  H  180Hf(3He,α)
  I  179Ta ε decay  J  179Hf(γ,γ’), (E,E’)
  K  176Yb(9Be,α2nγ),  L  177Hf(t,p)

General Comments:

For hfs and/or isotope shift measurements, see 1994An14, 1994Ji07, 1994Zi04, 1995Ji15, 1996Zh35, 1997Zh36, 1999Le11.

Levels: Levels from (γ,γ’), (e,e’) with E|<2310 have been omitted from XREF because their ΔE is large compared with the energy spacing of many low-lying levels.

Levels: band(v) Kπ=(33/2-) band (2000Mu06). Configuration=((ν 7/2[514])+(ν 9/2[624])+(ν 1/2[510])+(π 7/2[404])+ (π 9/2][514])) (2000Mu06); supported by gK(exp)=0.46 4 cf. 0.45 from Nilsson model.

Levels: band(r) Kπ=(21/2+) band (2000Mu06). Configuration=((ν 9/2[624])+(π 7/2[404])+(π 5/2][402])) (2000Mu06); supported by gK(exp)=0.54 5 cf. 0.48 from Nilsson model.

Levels: band(s) Kπ=23/2+ band (2000Mu06). Configuration=((ν 7/2[514])+(π 7/2[404])+(π 9/2][514])) (2000Mu06); supported by gK(exp)=0.86 20 cf. 0.78 from Nilsson model.

Levels: band(t) Kπ=(19/2-) band (2000Mu06). Configuration=((ν 7/2[514])+(π 7/2[404])+(π 5/2][402])) (2000Mu06).

Levels: band(u) Kπ=25/2- band (2000Mu06). Configuration=((ν 9/2[624])+(π 7/2[404])+(π 9/2][514])) (2000Mu06); supported by gK(exp)=0.60 7 cf. 0.55 from Nilsson model.

Levels: band(w) (ν 5/2[523])? band (2000Mu06). Deexcites to 7/2[514] band.

Q-value: Note: Current evaluation has used the following Q record










E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
     0.0ABCDEFGHIJK  9/2+ STABLE      
   122.7904 24 AB D FGH  K  11/2+ 37 ps 3      122.793 3 
   100
M1+E2
     0.0
9/2+
   214.3395 22 ABC E G   KL 7/2- 1.85 ns 4      214.335 3 
   100
E1
     0.0
9/2+
   268.92 6    D FGH  K  13/2+ 21 ps 3      146.15 7 
    268.85 14 
   100 4 
    39.4 4 
M1+E2
E2
   122.7904
     0.0
11/2+
9/2+
   337.7178 23 AB  E GH   L 9/2-       123.3790 20 
    214.930 3 
    337.713 5 
   100 4 
    78 4 
    21.2 9 
E2
[E1]
E1
   214.3395
   122.7904
     0.0
7/2-
11/2+
9/2+
   375.0352 25 A C E G   KL 1/2- 18.67 s 4 
% IT = 100
    160.696 2 
   ≈375
   100
    ≈0.2
M3
[M4]
   214.3395
     0.0
7/2-
9/2+
   420.8943 25 A   E G   KL 3/2-        45.8610 10 
   100
M1+E2
   375.0352
1/2-
   438.68 8    D FGH     15/2+       169.77 9 
    315.88 11 
    96 4 
   100
M1+E2
E2
   268.92
   122.7904
13/2+
11/2+
   476.3341 25 A   E GH  K  5/2-        55.4420 10 
    101.2980 10 
    262.02 3 
   100 1 
    90 5 
     0.22 6 
M1
E2

   420.8943
   375.0352
   214.3395
3/2-
1/2-
7/2-
   487.709 5 A     G   KL (11/2-)       150.019 15 
    273.368 4 
    487.704 11 
    21.5 15 
   100 5 
    52 17 



   337.7178
   214.3395
     0.0
9/2-
7/2-
9/2+
   518.3279 24 AB  E G   K  5/2- < 0.2 ns      41.9960 10 
     97.4350 20 
    143.301 9 
    180.613 2 
    303.977 4 
     0.26 6 
     0.89 4 
     0.11 3 
     0.79 4 
   100.0 22 
M1(+E2)
M1+E2
(E2)
E2
M1+E2
   476.3341
   420.8943
   375.0352
   337.7178
   214.3395
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
9/2-
7/2-
   582.230 3 A   E G   K  7/2-       105.899 3 
    161.3390 20 
    367.891 17 
   100 2 
    19.0 8 
     0.55 9 
M1
(E2)

   476.3341
   420.8943
   214.3395
5/2-
3/2-
7/2-
   614.204 3 A   E G      1/2- 0.50 ns 15      137.873 2 
    193.310 2 
    239.165 3 
     0.72 4 
   100.0 21 
    16.4 12 
E2
M1+E2
M1
   476.3341
   420.8943
   375.0352
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
   616.7562 25 AB  E GH  K  7/2-        98.433 2 
    140.4260 20 
    195.861 6 
    279.029 4 
    402.409 6 
    616.768 9 
   100 1 
    10.8 7 
     2.05 24 
    75.9 8 
    37.2 7 
    22.9 19 
M1+E2
M1+E2

M1+E2
M1+E2

   518.3279
   476.3341
   420.8943
   337.7178
   214.3395
     0.0
5/2-
5/2-
3/2-
9/2-
7/2-
9/2+
   631.30 10    D FGH  K  17/2+       192.62 11 
    362.39 13 
    54 5 
   100.0 22 
M1+E2
E2
   438.68
   268.92
15/2+
13/2+
   664.3 7       G   KL (13/2-)       176.3
    326.8
     0.7 7 
   100 5 


   487.709
   337.7178
(11/2-)
9/2-
   679.516 3 A   E G   K  3/2-       161.191 2 
    203.182 3 
    258.615 3 
    304.465 7 
   100 3 
    16.7 3 
    75 5 
     7.3 7 
M1
M1+E2
M1+E2
M1
   518.3279
   476.3341
   420.8943
   375.0352
5/2-
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
   681.036 3 A         KL 9/2-        98.808 12 
    204.696 3 
    15 4 
   100.0 22 

E2
   582.230
   476.3341
7/2-
5/2-
   701.0552 25 A   E GH  K  5/2-        84.2970 10 
     86.857 5 
    118.8260 10 
    182.7350 20 
    224.715 3 
    280.154 4 
    326.010 14 
    486.735 14 
    13.2 8 
     5.5 7 
   100 3 
    25.2 5 
     6.5 7 
     4.82 15 
    35.6 15 
    12.6 11 
M1+E2
E2
M1+E2
M1+E2
M1(+E0)
M1+E2
E2
M1
   616.7562
   614.204
   582.230
   518.3279
   476.3341
   420.8943
   375.0352
   214.3395
7/2-
1/2-
7/2-
5/2-
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
7/2-
   720.613 3 A   E G   K  3/2- ≤ 0.3 ns     106.409 1 
    202.283 3 
    244.278 8 
    299.716 4 
    345.575 5 
    506.299 20 
     2.64 15 
   100 2 
    10.6 10 
    38.7 8 
     9.60 10 
     4.6 15 
M1(+E2)
M1+E2
M1(+E2)
M1+E2
M1+E2
(E2)
   614.204
   518.3279
   476.3341
   420.8943
   375.0352
   214.3395
1/2-
5/2-
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
7/2-
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
   732.2 6       G             
   742.710 3 A     G   K  9/2-       125.957 1 
    224.367 4 
    619.90 5 
   100 9 
    23.4 19 
    12 6 
M1+E2


   616.7562
   518.3279
   122.7904
7/2-
5/2-
11/2+
   788.185 3 A   E GH  KL 5/2-        87.127 13 
    108.678 4 
    171.432 2 
    173.977 3 
    205.950 3 
    269.857 4 
    311.844 4 
    413.132 7 
    450.47 3 
    573.825 22 
     2.6 13 
     3.6 6 
   100 1 
     5.0 3 
    53.3 10 
    94 7 
    21.4 9 
    43.6 9 
     2.9 3 
    41.1 24 


M1+E2
E2
M1+E2
M1+E0
M1(+E2)
E2

M1
   701.0552
   679.516
   616.7562
   614.204
   582.230
   518.3279
   476.3341
   375.0352
   337.7178
   214.3395
5/2-
3/2-
7/2-
1/2-
7/2-
5/2-
5/2-
1/2-
9/2-
7/2-
   842.9 10           K  11/2-       260.7
   100

   582.230
7/2-
   848.37 12    D F    K  19/2+       217.07 13 
    409.68 15 
    42 3 
   100.0 25 
M1+E2
E2
   631.30
   438.68
17/2+
15/2+
   849.200 3 A     GH     7/2-       106.492 1 
    148.148 4 
    168.162 2 
    169.675 4 
    232.439 3 
    266.974 4 
    330.856 9 
    372.853 5 
    428.292 6 
    634.94 4 
    12.4 15 
     6.8 15 
    13.8 7 
    15.0 9 
    47.6 18 
    35.9 18 
    10.6 5 
    71.4 7 
    12.9 15 
   100 12 
M1+E2
M1

E2
M1+E2
M1(+E2)

M1
(E2)
M1+E2
   742.710
   701.0552
   681.036
   679.516
   616.7562
   582.230
   518.3279
   476.3341
   420.8943
   214.3395
9/2-
5/2-
9/2-
3/2-
7/2-
7/2-
5/2-
5/2-
3/2-
7/2-
   865.9 10       G   KL (15/2-)       378.2
   100
(E2)
   487.709
(11/2-)
   870.222 8 AB  E G   K  7/2-       532.49 4 
    655.888 20 
    870.243 13 
     7.5 5 
    45.6 19 
   100.0 20 
M1
M1(+E2)
E1
   337.7178
   214.3395
     0.0
9/2-
7/2-
9/2+
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
   889.1 10       G             
   896.7 7       G   K  11/2-       153.5
    280.1
    88 13 
   100 13 


   742.710
   616.7562
9/2-
7/2-
   912.0 10       G   K  9/2-       210.9
   100

   701.0552
5/2-
   935.643 3 A     GH  KL 7/2-       147.458 3 
    192.933 3 
    215?
    318.887 4 
    353.425 6 
    459.287 9 
    33 5 
    43 4 
   <10
   100.0 24 
    76 4 
    30.1 24 
M1


M1+E2
M1
M1(+E2)
   788.185
   742.710
   720.613
   616.7562
   582.230
   476.3341
5/2-
9/2-
3/2-
7/2-
7/2-
5/2-
   958.6 14       G             
   985.7 10           K  13/2-       304.7
   100

   681.036
9/2-
   992.0 15       G      (9/2-)        
  1003.650 4 AB  E G      5/2+       386.898 9 
    485.323 7 
    789.188 20 ?
   1003.690 23 
     0.54 4 
     2.7 6 
     2.05 13 
   100 6 


(E1)
E2
   616.7562
   518.3279
   214.3395
     0.0
7/2-
5/2-
7/2-
9/2+
  1024.0 17       G             
  1030.8 6       G    L 9/2-        
  1073.565 13 AB    G    L 7/2-       735.83 5 
    859.254 16 
    26.8 14 
   100 2 
M1+E2
M1+E2
   337.7178
   214.3395
9/2-
7/2-
  1074.7 10       G   K  (5/2-)       860.4
   100

   214.3395
7/2-
  1076.6 8           K  13/2-       179.5
    334.2
    83 17 
   100 17 


   896.7
   742.710
11/2-
9/2-
  1078.349 10 A     G      (7/2)+       357.731 11 
    863.98 15 
   1078.37 8 
     2.71 22 
     7.1 21 
   100 4 


E2(+M1)
   720.613
   214.3395
     0.0
3/2-
7/2-
9/2+
  1080.4 13       G             
  1084.73 15    D F    K  21/2+       236.36 14 
    453.43 17 
    27.7 8 
   100 4 
M1+E2
E2
   848.37
   631.30
19/2+
17/2+
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  1087.8 8       G             
  1092.7 13       G   K  (17/2-)       428.4
   100

   664.3
(13/2-)
  1105.74 16    D      K  25/2- 25.05 d 25 
% IT = 100
     21.01 12 
    257.37 15 
     0.254 13 
   100 17 
M2
E3
  1084.73
   848.37
21/2+
19/2+
  1105.92 9  B           (7/2+)       891.5 3 
    983.17 20 
   1105.92 10 
     8.1 20 
    33 6 
   100 10 



   214.3395
   122.7904
     0.0
7/2-
11/2+
9/2+
  1120.816 19 AB    G      9/2+       906.44 6 
    998.06 10 
   1120.833 24 
    11.2 9 
    25 4 
   100

M1+E2
M1+E0
   214.3395
   122.7904
     0.0
7/2-
11/2+
9/2+
  1138.8 6       G             
  1150.411 5 A     G      1/2+       429.800 6 
    470.891 7 
    536.195 10 
    729.517 10 
    775.35 8 
    14.4 12 
    43 4 
     2.1 3 
   100 3 
     1.85 25 
(E1)
E1

E1

   720.613
   679.516
   614.204
   420.8943
   375.0352
3/2-
3/2-
1/2-
3/2-
1/2-
  1162.4 7       G    L        
  1168.95 3 AB    GH     (9/2+)       831.24 3 
    953.9 3 
   1046.16 6 
   1168.4 3 
    67.0 26 
    35 11 
   100 21 
    36 11 




   337.7178
   214.3395
   122.7904
     0.0
9/2-
7/2-
11/2+
9/2+
  1176.2 9       G      (9/2+)        
  1185.848 5 A     G    L 3/2+       182.178 11 
    397.67 3 
    465.222 6 
    484.799 15 
    506.299 20 
    571.653 14 
    709.527 18 
    764.968 11 
    810.831 12 
     1.19 16 
     0.70 13 
    18.8 10 
    17.8 18 
    ≤4.4
    53 3 
     9.3 4 
    91 3 
   100.0 22 


(E1)
(E1)

E1+M2

E1
E1
  1003.650
   788.185
   720.613
   701.0552
   679.516
   614.204
   476.3341
   420.8943
   375.0352
5/2+
5/2-
3/2-
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  1196.2 15           K  15/2-       353.3
   100

   842.9
11/2-
  1198.4 13       G   K  (7/2-)       123.3
   100

  1074.7
(5/2-)
  1199.52 14 AB    GH     (7/2+)       680.2 5 
   1076.9 2 
   1199.5 2 
     7 3 
   100 20 
    60 13 



   518.3279
   122.7904
     0.0
5/2-
11/2+
9/2+
  1235.440 4 A     G      5/2+       231.809 6 
    386.244 6 
    514.827 10 
    534.394 12 
    555.888 11 
    653.190 13 
    759.060 14 
     3.66 25 
    17.3 3 
     9.1 26 
     6.2 3 
     6.5 6 
   100 4 
    22.9 7 

(E1)



E1
(E1)
  1003.650
   849.200
   720.613
   701.0552
   679.516
   582.230
   476.3341
5/2+
7/2-
3/2-
5/2-
3/2-
7/2-
5/2-
  1249.552 6 A     G      3/2-       548.508 15 
    570.036 8 
    635.26 4 
    731.22 3 
    773.15 5 
   1035.197 15 
     4.7 4 
     9.5 6 
    29.4 14 
    15.6 8 
     5.6 6 
   100 6 
M1
M1
M1(+E2)

E2+M1
E2
   701.0552
   679.516
   614.204
   518.3279
   476.3341
   214.3395
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
5/2-
5/2-
7/2-
  1255.8 10           K  11/2-       320.2
   100

   935.643
7/2-
  1269.445 6 A     G      3/2-       399.17 4 
    548.858 21 
    568.382 8 
    589.923 8 
    655.256 19 
    751.14 3 
   1055.06 5 
     1.79 14 
    26.1 18 
    10.6 9 
    29.2 20 
    92 4 
    10.8 5 
   100 6 

M1+E2
M1
M1+E2
M1+E2
M1
(E2)
   870.222
   720.613
   701.0552
   679.516
   614.204
   518.3279
   214.3395
7/2-
3/2-
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
5/2-
7/2-
  1282.5 9       GH     (11/2+)        
  1283.7 10           K  15/2-       207.2
    387
   100 60 
    60 20 


  1076.6
   896.7
13/2-
11/2-
  1296.64 12     E        (3/2-,5/2,7/2-)       596.0 2 
    616.6 2 
   1082.4 2 
    34 7 
    23 5 
   100 20 



   701.0552
   679.516
   214.3395
5/2-
3/2-
7/2-
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  1309.8 6           K  (17/2+) 3 ns 1      678.4
    871.1
   1041.0
     2.3 12 
    53 5 
   100 7 
[M1]
[M1]
[E2]
   631.30
   438.68
   268.92
17/2+
15/2+
13/2+
  1313.500 13 A     G    L 5/2-       633.967 22 
    696.74 5 
    699.15 8 
    731.22 3 
    795.27 6 
    975.72 6 
   1099.26 7 
    15.0 14 
    12.3 10 
     5.6 10 
    57 3 
    13.8 24 
   100 6 
    92 12 
M1+E2




E2
E2(+M1)
   679.516
   616.7562
   614.204
   582.230
   518.3279
   337.7178
   214.3395
3/2-
7/2-
1/2-
7/2-
5/2-
9/2-
7/2-
  1343.8 15           K  (19/2-)       477.9
   100

   865.9
(15/2-)
  1344.6 6       G      +        
  1348.6 13           K  (9/2-)       149.9
    274.2
    42 25 
   100 50 


  1198.4
  1074.7
(7/2-)
(5/2-)
  1350.7 7      F    K  23/2+       266.0
    502.3
    33 3 
   100 7 


  1084.73
   848.37
21/2+
19/2+
  1359.0 5       GH     (13/2)+        
  1372.3 7           K  (17/2+)       933.4
   1103.5
    18 9 
   100 18 


   438.68
   268.92
15/2+
13/2+
  1375 2            L 7/2-        
  1381.9 15           K  17/2-       396.2
   100

   985.7
13/2-
  1386.5 6       G             
  1393.0 8           K  (27/2-)       287.0
   100
(M1+E2)
  1105.74
25/2-
  1404.5 11           K  (23/2+) 4 ns 1      298.8
   100
(E1(+M2))
  1105.74
25/2-
  1404.5+X 11           K  (21/2+) 14 ns 2        XS
 

  1404.5
(23/2+)
  1405.2 6       G    L (7/2-)        
  1428.6 5       G      (7/2-)        
  1433.189 11 A   E        3/2-       753.48 16 
    816.42 5 
    914.867 18 
    956.79 3 
   1012.296 18 
     4.5 8 
    12.9 17 
    38.0 15 
    39 13 
   100 7 


E2(+M1)
M1
M1+E2
   679.516
   616.7562
   518.3279
   476.3341
   420.8943
3/2-
7/2-
5/2-
5/2-
3/2-
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  1436.353 6 A     G    L 7/2-       315.49 8 
    357.999 16 
    432.701 6 
    566.159 15 
    819.66 9 
    918.029 14 
     1.1 4 
     4.5 4 
     7.0 7 
     4.9 5 
    23.3 14 
   100 2 


(E1)
M1+E0
M1
M1(+E2)
  1120.816
  1078.349
  1003.650
   870.222
   616.7562
   518.3279
9/2+
(7/2)+
5/2+
7/2-
7/2-
5/2-
  1437 5        H     11/2+,13/2+        
  1453.1 7       G             
  1458.994 9 A     G      3/2-       588.774 8 
    670.89 6 
    738.388 22 
    779.41 3 
   1038.11 4 
   1083.93 6 
   1244.73 6 
   100 4 
    23.3 18 
    22.3 16 
    37 3 
    75 4 
    76 4 
    67
E2
M1+E2
M1(+E0)
M1+E2
E2(+M1)
M1

   870.222
   788.185
   720.613
   679.516
   420.8943
   375.0352
   214.3395
7/2-
5/2-
3/2-
3/2-
3/2-
1/2-
7/2-
  1482.031 5 A     G      3/2+       478.369 7 
    693.89 4 
    761.413 11 
    867.816 13 
    36 3 
    20.4 11 
   100 3 
    78.9 15 
M1(+E2)

E1
E1
  1003.650
   788.185
   720.613
   614.204
5/2+
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
  1491.0 7           K  (17/2+)      1052.4
   1222.0
    53 6 
   100 18 


   438.68
   268.92
15/2+
13/2+
  1498 2            L 7/2-        
  1509.2 8       G             
  1520.6 10           K  (19/2+)       210.9
   100

  1309.8
(17/2+)
  1529 3            L 7/2-        
  1530.2 5       G      1/2+        
  1532.277 5 A     G      5/2+       528.626 7 
    744.079 15 
    811.65 5 
    852.798 16 
   1014.06 13 
   100 4 
    23.1 12 
    12.4 21 
    47.8 23 
    34 3 
M1




  1003.650
   788.185
   720.613
   679.516
   518.3279
5/2+
5/2-
3/2-
3/2-
5/2-
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  1534.6 5       G      (5/2-)        
  1557.4 5       G    L 1/2,3/2-        
  1570.1 7       GH     (9/2+)        
  1572.56 3 A   E        3/2-       955.82 3 
   1053.2
   1151.63 15 
   1197.46 8 ?
   100 10 
  <105
    36 4 
  <123
E2

M1(+E0)

   616.7562
   518.3279
   420.8943
   375.0352
7/2-
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
  1580.5 5       G             
  1582.4 5       G             
  1586.0 6       G    L        
  1598.4 6       G             
  1602.3 9       G    L        
  1614.125 13 A     G      3/2-,1/2-       463.710 12 
    825.98 5 
   1095.77 8 
   1138.03 16 
   1239.18 23 
    13.5 10 
    25 3 
   100 17 
    48 8 
    92 33 


E2(+M1)

M1,E2
  1150.411
   788.185
   518.3279
   476.3341
   375.0352
1/2+
5/2-
5/2-
5/2-
1/2-
  1617.7 16           K  (21/2-)       525.0
   100

  1092.7
(17/2-)
  1624.3 8      F    K  25/2+       273.4
    539.6
    25 6 
   100 13 


  1350.7
  1084.73
23/2+
21/2+
  1638.7 6       G    L LE 7/2        
  1658.4 5       G    L (1/2-)        
  1665.7 5     E G      1/2+        
  1668.957 6 A   E        3/2+       433.520 9 
    483.106 7 
    518.544 9 
   1293.49 18 
    15.1 7 
    59 8 
   100 8 
    15
M1
M1
M1

  1235.440
  1185.848
  1150.411
   375.0352
5/2+
3/2+
1/2+
1/2-
  1672 5        H     (11/2+,13/2+)        
  1675.3 12           K  (19/2+)       365.5
   100

  1309.8
(17/2+)
  1679.5+X 8           K  (23/2+)       275.0
   100

  1404.5+X
(21/2+)
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  1687.13 4 A     G      (3/2)-       816.42 5 
    966.53 4 
   1007.57 7 
   1072.93 9 
    35 5 
    70 3 
   100 14 
    32 7 

M1(+E0)
M1(+E0)

   870.222
   720.613
   679.516
   614.204
7/2-
3/2-
3/2-
1/2-
  1687.8+X 10           K  (19/2-)       283.3
   100

  1404.5+X
(21/2+)
  1689 3            L 11/2-        
  1698.6 6       G             
  1702.5 8           K  (29/2-)       309.6
    597.0
   100 7 
    83 10 


  1393.0
  1105.74
(27/2-)
25/2-
  1706.062 10 A   E G      (3/2)-       247.069 4 
    436.59 4 
    985.458 25 
   1024.71 8 
   1089.40 17 
   1092.00 13 
   1187.83 13 
   1330.95 20 
   1492.6 7 
     5.3 3 
     2.2 7 
    45 3 
    17
    12.4 26 
    16.9 25 
    70 2 
   100 5 
     5.5 24 
M1+E2

M1+E2


M1
E2
E2(+M1)

  1458.994
  1269.445
   720.613
   681.036
   616.7562
   614.204
   518.3279
   375.0352
   214.3395
3/2-
3/2-
3/2-
9/2-
7/2-
1/2-
5/2-
1/2-
7/2-
  1713.0 13           K  (25/2+)       308.6
   100

  1404.5
(23/2+)
  1715.935 5 A     G      1/2+,3/2+,5/2+       183.661 3 
    233.900 4 
    466.380 6 
    565.51 4 
    22.1 11 
    38.1 12 
   100 6 
    13.9 18 

M1+E2
E1

  1532.277
  1482.031
  1249.552
  1150.411
5/2+
3/2+
3/2-
1/2+
  1725.786 12 A   E G      3/2-       456.346 16 
    876.56 7 
    937.55 3 
   1005.24 3 
   1024.71 8 
   1046.16 6 
   1111.55 7 
   1350.75 9 
    16.3 6 
    14.0 15 
    27.9 23 
    98 15 
    31
    25
   100 15 
    48


M1
M1


M1

  1269.445
   849.200
   788.185
   720.613
   701.0552
   679.516
   614.204
   375.0352
3/2-
7/2-
5/2-
3/2-
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
1/2-
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  1731.438 11 A            3/2-       158.94 6 
    295.104 14 
    461.935 23 
   1030.39 4 
   1051.87 4 
   1117.23 3 
   1310.70 8 
   1356.34 10 
     2.5 11 
    11.7 17 
    12.8 8 
    56 11 
    65 5 
   100 11 
    94 8 
    67 6 

(E2)
M1(+E2)
M1(+E2)
M1(+E2)
(M1)
(E2)
M1
  1572.56
  1436.353
  1269.445
   701.0552
   679.516
   614.204
   420.8943
   375.0352
3/2-
7/2-
3/2-
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
3/2-
1/2-
  1748 5       GH     11/2+,13/2+        
  1753.1 10           K  (21/2+)       232.9
    443.2
   100 11 
    21 11 


  1520.6
  1309.8
(19/2+)
(17/2+)
  1755.337 17 A   E G      3/2-      1054.25 3 
   1141.16 3 
   1334.23 8 
   100 5 
    76.4 20 
    72 7 
M1+E2
M1
E2
   701.0552
   614.204
   420.8943
5/2-
1/2-
3/2-
  1756.02 8 A            3/2-      1036.1
   1076.70 20 
   1237.84 12 
   1279.45 11 
   1381.2 3 
    28
    39
    63
   100 8 
    97 22 



E2(+M1)
M1
   720.613
   679.516
   518.3279
   476.3341
   375.0352
3/2-
3/2-
5/2-
5/2-
1/2-
  1757.72 11 A     G      (3/2-,5/2+)       969.49 11 
   1543.7 3 
    82 8 
   100 21 


   788.185
   214.3395
5/2-
7/2-
  1762.80 4 A   E G    L (3/2)-      1042.28 7 
   1061.63 5 
   1148.50 16 
   1244.73 6 
   1342.6 3 
   1387.84 6 
   1548.78 12 
    15.6 17 
    39
    23.2 19 
    37
    49 17 
   100 10 
    34
M1,E2

M1

M1
M1+E2

   720.613
   701.0552
   614.204
   518.3279
   420.8943
   375.0352
   214.3395
3/2-
5/2-
1/2-
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
7/2-
  1771 3       G             
  1783.11 12 A   E G      1/2,3/2,5/2+       779.1 2 
   1082.4 2 
   1103.6 2 
    65 13 
   100 20 
    38 15 



  1003.650
   701.0552
   679.516
5/2+
5/2-
3/2-
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  1796.5 4 A     G      1/2,3/2,5/2+        
  1800.52 7 A     G      3/2-      1324.36 13 
   1379.43 13 
   1425.49 9 
    52 6 
   100 11 
    52 6 
M1(+E2)


   476.3341
   420.8943
   375.0352
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
  1811.50 7 A     G      3/2-       941.17 13 
   1110.38 10 
   1131.86 18 
   1197.46 8 
   1293.49 18 
   1336.6?
   1391.09 17 
     6.2 11 
    78 7 
    21 3 
   100 13 
    24
    70
    36 4 

M1(+E2)




E2(+M1)
   870.222
   701.0552
   679.516
   614.204
   518.3279
   476.3341
   420.8943
7/2-
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
5/2-
5/2-
3/2-
  1816 4            L        
  1821.29 7 A   E        (1/2-,3/2)      1121.0 2 
   1141.3 2 ?
   1207.0 2 
   1446.16 7 
   100 20 
   125 25 
    80 16 
 




   701.0552
   679.516
   614.204
   375.0352
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
1/2-
  1826.9+X 10           K  (21/2+)       422.4
   100

  1404.5+X
(21/2+)
  1829 5        H            
  1839 3       G             
  1846.32 15 A   E G      (3/2-)       975.7 2 
   1167.2 2 
  ≈1231.6
    52 11 
   100 21 
    16 6 



   870.222
   679.516
   614.204
7/2-
3/2-
1/2-
  1851.504 12 A     G      3/2+,5/2+       319.216 13 
    847.877 20 
    21.8 9 
   100 4 
M1(+E2)
M1+E2
  1532.277
  1003.650
5/2+
5/2+
  1856.0 18           K  21/2-       474.1
   100

  1381.9
17/2-
  1859.2 12           K  (21/2+)       549.4
   100

  1309.8
(17/2+)
  1861.238 7 A     G      5/2+       328.955 5 
    547.86 5 
    740.48 4 
    782.78 7 
    787.732 23 
    857.601 21 
    926.4 3 
   1072.93 9 
    14.3 11 
    13.9 15 
    24.8 26 
    17 3 
    30.8 23 
   100 4 
    12 4 
    33 7 
M1+E0

(E2)


M1(+E2)


  1532.277
  1313.500
  1120.816
  1078.349
  1073.565
  1003.650
   935.643
   788.185
5/2+
5/2-
9/2+
(7/2)+
7/2-
5/2+
7/2-
5/2-
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  1877 3       G             
  1884 3       G             
  1893.9 5 A     G      1/2,3/2,5/2+        
  1899.66 24 A     G      1/2,3/2,5/2+        
  1904 3       GH     (5/2-,7/2-)        
  1913.471 13 A   E G      3/2-       480.268 20 
    599.965 8 
    644.09 5 
    678.18 8 
   1192.95 4 
   1492.6 7 
     9.2 16 
    49.2 10 
     9.8 14 
     5.7 6 
   100 14 
    10 4 

M1
M1



  1433.189
  1313.500
  1269.445
  1235.440
   720.613
   420.8943
3/2-
5/2-
3/2-
5/2+
3/2-
3/2-
  1915.0 18           K  (23/2-)       571.2
   100

  1343.8
(19/2-)
  1928.846 9 A   E G      1/2+,3/2+       259.889 7 
    396.602 25 
    742.91 6 
    778.39 5 
   1507.66 18 ?
    30.4 16 
     7.7 9 
    75 5 
   100 6 
    85 11 


M1+E2
M1(+E0)

  1668.957
  1532.277
  1185.848
  1150.411
   420.8943
3/2+
5/2+
3/2+
1/2+
3/2-
  1941.6 10      F    K  27/2+       317?
    591.1
 
   100


  1624.3
  1350.7
25/2+
23/2+
  1945.864 14 A            (1/2,3/2)       190.513 21 
    220.080 9 
    676.13 18 
   1267.0?
   1332.3?
   1525.5 3 
   1571.7 7 
     7 5 
     8.0 18 
    18 4 
 
 
   100 17 
    67 20 







  1755.337
  1725.786
  1269.445
   679.516
   614.204
   420.8943
   375.0352
3/2-
3/2-
3/2-
3/2-
1/2-
3/2-
1/2-
  1956.1+X 13           K  (21/2-)       268
   100

  1687.8+X
(19/2-)
  1957.58 9 A            1/2,3/2,5/2+        
  1965 3       G             
  1974.1+X 8           K  (25/2+)       294.9
    569.6
   100 14 
    36 14 


  1679.5+X
  1404.5+X
(23/2+)
(21/2+)
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  1977 3       G             
  1987 3       G             
  2007.2 12           K  (23/2+)       254.3
    486.4
   100 25 
    75 25 


  1753.1
  1520.6
(21/2+)
(19/2+)
  2009 3       G             
  2011 5        H     (13/2)+        
  2021 3       G             
  2032 3       G             
  2033.6 10           K  (31/2-)       331.3
    640.4
   100 13 
    22 9 


  1702.5
  1393.0
(29/2-)
(27/2-)
  2044.1 13           K  (27/2+)       331.2
    639.4
   100 13 
    25 13 


  1713.0
  1404.5
(25/2+)
(23/2+)
  2047.0 3 A   E G      (1/2,3/2)      1625.9
   1672.0 3 
    77
   100


   420.8943
   375.0352
3/2-
1/2-
  2052.6 15 A   E G      1/2,3/2,5/2+      1332.0
   1351.5
   100
    68


   720.613
   701.0552
3/2-
5/2-
  2070.7 15 A     G      (1/2,3/2)      1350.4 3 
   1456.5
   1649.78 10 
   1695.7
    88
    86
   100
    79




   720.613
   614.204
   420.8943
   375.0352
3/2-
1/2-
3/2-
1/2-
  2082.8 15 A   E        (1/2,3/2)      1078.1 2 ?
   1381.7
   1403.3?
   1606.5
   1661.9
   1707.8
  <333
    23
    32
   100
    99
    47






  1003.650
   701.0552
   679.516
   476.3341
   420.8943
   375.0352
5/2+
5/2-
3/2-
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
  2088.4 15 A     G      (1/2,3/2)      1408.9
   1713.4
    43
   100


   679.516
   375.0352
3/2-
1/2-
  2093.40 20     E G           1305.3 2 ?
   1672.5 2 
    27 6 
   100 21 


   788.185
   420.8943
5/2-
3/2-
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  2133.2 16 ?          K  (23/2+)       274?
   100

  1859.2
(21/2+)
  2146.1 15 A   E G      (1/2,3/2)      1445.0
   1531.9
    57
   100


   701.0552
   614.204
5/2-
1/2-
  2150.3 6 A     G      1/2(-),3/2,5/2+      1429.7
   1674.0
   1729.4
    39
   100
    92



   720.613
   476.3341
   420.8943
3/2-
5/2-
3/2-
  2168.2 8 A   E G      1/2,3/2,5/2+        
  2183.1 7 A   E G      1/2,3/2,5/2+      1462.5
   1503.6
  ≈1707.0?
   100
    71
 



   720.613
   679.516
   476.3341
3/2-
3/2-
5/2-
  2214.4 3 A     G      (1/2,3/2)      1600.1 3 
   1840.6
    83
   100


   614.204
   375.0352
1/2-
1/2-
  2228.1 4 A     G      1/2,3/2,5/2+      1507.66 18 
   1548.78 12 
   1807.3
    78
    34
   100



   720.613
   679.516
   420.8943
3/2-
3/2-
3/2-
  2242.5 11 ?     F       (29/2+)       301?
    618?
 
 


  1941.6
  1624.3
27/2+
25/2+
  2243.5+X 13 ?          K  (23/2-)       287?
    556?
  ≤100
  ≤100


  1956.1+X
  1687.8+X
(21/2-)
(19/2-)
  2249.97 20 A     G      (3/2-)      1461.4
   1529.0
   1875.3 4 
   2035.53 23 
    41
    36
    95
   100




   788.185
   720.613
   375.0352
   214.3395
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
7/2-
  2254.2 15 A     G      1/2(-),3/2,5/2+      1735.9
   1833.3
   100
    99


   518.3279
   420.8943
5/2-
3/2-
  2281.1 16           K  (25/2+)       273.9
   100

  2007.2
(23/2+)
  2282 3       G             
  2287.2+X 10           K  (27/2+)       313.2
    607.5
   100 17 
   100 33 


  1974.1+X
  1679.5+X
(25/2+)
(23/2+)
  2297 3       G  J          
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  2309.2 15 A        J   1/2,3/2,5/2+      1588.6
   1888.3
    91
   100


   720.613
   420.8943
3/2-
3/2-
  2354 3       G             
  2366.9 15 A            (1/2-,3/2)      1646.3
   1687.4
   1752.7
   1848.6
   1890.6
   1946.0
   1991.9
    20
    12
    13
    13
   100
    22
    28







   720.613
   679.516
   614.204
   518.3279
   476.3341
   420.8943
   375.0352
3/2-
3/2-
1/2-
5/2-
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
  2386.3 11           K  (33/2-)       352.8
    683.9
   100 25 
   100 25 


  2033.6
  1702.5
(31/2-)
(29/2-)
  2394.2 15 A     G  J   1/2(-),3/2,5/2+      1606.0
   1714.7 3 
   1973.3
    21
    19
   100



   788.185
   679.516
   420.8943
5/2-
3/2-
3/2-
  2395.1 20           K  25/2-       539.1
   100

  1856.0
21/2-
  2396.5 14           K  (29/2+)       352.5
    683.5
   100 14 
    29 14 


  2044.1
  1713.0
(27/2+)
(25/2+)
  2415.5 3 A     G      (1/2-,3/2)      1627.7 5 
   1800.7
   1938.6
   1994.0
    28
    77
    60
   100




   788.185
   614.204
   476.3341
   420.8943
5/2-
1/2-
5/2-
3/2-
  2425.3 7 A     G      (1/2-,3/2)      1724.2
   1811.1
    92
   100


   701.0552
   614.204
5/2-
1/2-
  2451.31 23 A     G      (3/2-)      1771.5
   1836.8
   2030.1
   2236.97 23 
    23
    64
   100
    24




   679.516
   614.204
   420.8943
   214.3395
3/2-
1/2-
3/2-
7/2-
  2456.7 11           K  (29/2-)      1351
   100

  1105.74
25/2-
  2460.3 15 A     G      (1/2,3/2)      2039.4
   2085.3
   100
    73


   420.8943
   375.0352
3/2-
1/2-
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  2475.5 15 A            (3/2-)      1774.4
   1861.3
   2054.6
   2100.5
   2261.2
    18
    35
   100
    87
    12





   701.0552
   614.204
   420.8943
   375.0352
   214.3395
5/2-
1/2-
3/2-
1/2-
7/2-
  2497 3       G  J   7/2+,9/2+,11/2+        
  2509.5 15 A            (1/2,3/2)      1830.0
   2088.6
   2134.5
    30
    86
   100



   679.516
   420.8943
   375.0352
3/2-
3/2-
1/2-
  2522.7 15 A     G      (1/2-,3/2)      2046.4
   2101.8
   2147.7
    76
    56
   100



   476.3341
   420.8943
   375.0352
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
  2549.6 13           K  (33/2-) 30 ns 10       91?
    516?
    847.1
 
    <6
   100 13 
[E2]
[M1]
[E2]
  2456.7
  2033.6
  1702.5
(29/2-)
(31/2-)
(29/2-)
  2556 3       G  J   7/2+,9/2+,11/2+        
  2590      G             
  2601.2 3 A     G      (1/2-,3/2)      2124.9
   2180.3
   2226.2
    29
    93
   100



   476.3341
   420.8943
   375.0352
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
  2610.7 5 A     G      (1/2-,3/2)      1996.6 3 
   2092.4
   2189.66 19 
   2235.7
    21
    20
    29
   100




   614.204
   518.3279
   420.8943
   375.0352
1/2-
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
  2617.6 15 ?     F       (31/2+)       676?
   100

  1941.6
27/2+
  2638.8 3 A            (1/2,3/2)      1918.2 3 
   2263.3
    66
   100


   720.613
   375.0352
3/2-
1/2-
  2640 15          J          
  2654.13 24 A     G      (1/2-,3/2)      1865.94 24 
   1932.5
   2134.8
   2278.1
    97
    72
    92
   100




   788.185
   720.613
   518.3279
   375.0352
5/2-
3/2-
5/2-
1/2-
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  2655 5       GH     (13/2)+        
  2702.9 15 A     G      (1/2-,3/2)      2184.6
   2327.9
    61
   100


   518.3279
   375.0352
5/2-
1/2-
  2705 15       G  J   7/2+,9/2+,11/2+        
  2727      G             
  2743.69 21 A     G      (1/2-,3/2)      2042.7
   2126.96 21 
   2321.9
    61
    62
   100



   701.0552
   616.7562
   420.8943
5/2-
7/2-
3/2-
  2759.6 12           K  (35/2-)       373.5
    725.8
   100 50 
    50 50 


  2386.3
  2033.6
(33/2-)
(31/2-)
  2769.6 15           K  (31/2+)       373.2
    725.5
    25 25 
   100 25 


  2396.5
  2044.1
(29/2+)
(27/2+)
  2788 3       G             
  2857      G  J   9/2+        
  2898.0 15           K  (35/2-)       348.4
   100

  2549.6
(33/2-)
  2905.2 15 A            (1/2,3/2)      2184.5
   2225.7
   2484.3
   2530.2
    50
    42
    92
   100




   720.613
   679.516
   420.8943
   375.0352
3/2-
3/2-
3/2-
1/2-
  2921 3       G  J          
  2950 3       G  J          
  2969      G             
  2983.3 15 A     G      1/2(-),3/2,5/2+      2303.8
   2507.0
    38
   100


   679.516
   476.3341
3/2-
5/2-
  3030 15          J          
  3076.2 3 A            (1/2-,3/2)      2397.7
   2463.0
   2559.7 5 
    38
    42
   100



   679.516
   614.204
   518.3279
3/2-
1/2-
5/2-
  3095 15          J   9/2+        
  3148.8 5 A            (1/2-,3/2)      2447.7 5 
   2534.9
    55
   100


   701.0552
   614.204
5/2-
1/2-
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  3151.5 13 ?          K  (37/2-)       392?
    765?
 
 


  2759.6
  2386.3
(35/2-)
(33/2-)
  3155 15          J   7/2+,9/2+,11/2+        
  3161.6 16 ?          K  (33/2+)       392?
    765?
 
 


  2769.6
  2396.5
(31/2+)
(29/2+)
  3177.9 3 A            1/2(-),3/2,5/2+      2459.0
   2703.3
    87
   100


   720.613
   476.3341
3/2-
5/2-
  3240 15          J   7/2+,9/2+,11/2+        
  3268.2 15           K  (37/2-)       370.4
    718.5
   100 25 
    50 25 


  2898.0
  2549.6
(35/2-)
(33/2-)
  3345.4 3 A            1/2(-),3/2,5/2+      2644.3 3 
   2924.3
    62
   100


   701.0552
   420.8943
5/2-
3/2-
  3347.2 4 A            (1/2,3/2)      2668.2
   2972.7
    58
   100


   679.516
   375.0352
3/2-
1/2-
  3360 15          J   7/2+,9/2+,11/2+        
  3373.6 18 ?     F       (35/2+)       756?
   100

  2617.6
(31/2+)
  3409.5 15 A            (1/2,3/2)      2729.9
   3034.4
   100
    79


   679.516
   375.0352
3/2-
1/2-
  3439.2 18           K  (39/2-) 12 ns 6      171.0
   100
(M1,E2)
  3268.2
(37/2-)
  3490 15          J          
  3659.1 17 ?          K  (39/2-)       391?
    761?
 
 


  3268.2
  2898.0
(37/2-)
(35/2-)
  3775.2 21           K  (43/2+) 15 µs 5      336.0
   100
(M2)
  3439.2
(39/2-)
  4204.7 20 ?     F       (39/2+)       831?
   100

  3373.6
(35/2+)

E(level): From least-squares fit to Eγ, assigning ΔE=1 keV to data for which authors did not state uncertainty and excluding uncertain or multiply-placed transitions, except as noted.

Jπ(level): Assignments given without comment are based on γ multipolarities, γ decay patterns, g-factor analysis, calculated bandhead energies and observed band structure in 176Yb(9Be,α2nγ)

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Band Transitions:

E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 1 - Kπ=17/2+ band (2000Mu06).
  1309.8 6  (17/2+) 3 ns 1       
  1520.6 10  (19/2+)       210.9
   100

  1309.8
(17/2+)
  1753.1 10  (21/2+)       232.9
    443.2
   100 11 
    21 11 


  1520.6
  1309.8
(19/2+)
(17/2+)
  2007.2 12  (23/2+)       254.3
    486.4
   100 25 
    75 25 


  1753.1
  1520.6
(21/2+)
(19/2+)
  2281.1 16  (25/2+)       273.9
   100

  2007.2
(23/2+)
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 2 - 9/2[624] band.
     0.0 9/2+ STABLE      
   122.7904 24  11/2+ 37 ps 3      122.793 3 
   100
M1+E2
     0.0
9/2+
   268.92 6  13/2+ 21 ps 3      146.15 7 
    268.85 14 
   100 4 
    39.4 4 
M1+E2
E2
   122.7904
     0.0
11/2+
9/2+
   438.68 8  15/2+       169.77 9 
    315.88 11 
    96 4 
   100
M1+E2
E2
   268.92
   122.7904
13/2+
11/2+
   631.30 10  17/2+       192.62 11 
    362.39 13 
    54 5 
   100.0 22 
M1+E2
E2
   438.68
   268.92
15/2+
13/2+
   848.37 12  19/2+       217.07 13 
    409.68 15 
    42 3 
   100.0 25 
M1+E2
E2
   631.30
   438.68
17/2+
15/2+
  1084.73 15  21/2+       236.36 14 
    453.43 17 
    27.7 8 
   100 4 
M1+E2
E2
   848.37
   631.30
19/2+
17/2+
  1350.7 7  23/2+       266.0
    502.3
    33 3 
   100 7 


  1084.73
   848.37
21/2+
19/2+
  1624.3 8  25/2+       273.4
    539.6
    25 6 
   100 13 


  1350.7
  1084.73
23/2+
21/2+
  1941.6 10  27/2+       317?
    591.1
 
   100


  1624.3
  1350.7
25/2+
23/2+
  2242.5 11  (29/2+)       301?
    618?
 
 


  1941.6
  1624.3
27/2+
25/2+
  2617.6 15  (31/2+)       676?
   100

  1941.6
27/2+
  3373.6 18  (35/2+)       756?
   100

  2617.6
(31/2+)
  4204.7 20  (39/2+)       831?
   100

  3373.6
(35/2+)
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 3 - 7/2[514] band.
   214.3395 22  7/2- 1.85 ns 4       
   337.7178 23  9/2-       123.3790 20 
    214.930 3 
    337.713 5 
   100 4 
    78 4 
    21.2 9 
E2
[E1]
E1
   214.3395
   122.7904
     0.0
7/2-
11/2+
9/2+
   487.709 5  (11/2-)       150.019 15 
    273.368 4 
    487.704 11 
    21.5 15 
   100 5 
    52 17 



   337.7178
   214.3395
     0.0
9/2-
7/2-
9/2+
   664.3 7  (13/2-)       176.3
    326.8
     0.7 7 
   100 5 


   487.709
   337.7178
(11/2-)
9/2-
   865.9 10  (15/2-)       378.2
   100
(E2)
   487.709
(11/2-)
  1092.7 13  (17/2-)       428.4
   100

   664.3
(13/2-)
  1343.8 15  (19/2-)       477.9
   100

   865.9
(15/2-)
  1617.7 16  (21/2-)       525.0
   100

  1092.7
(17/2-)
  1915.0 18  (23/2-)       571.2
   100

  1343.8
(19/2-)
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 4 - 1/2[510] band.
   375.0352 25  1/2- 18.67 s 4 
% IT = 100
     
   420.8943 25  3/2-        45.8610 10 
   100
M1+E2
   375.0352
1/2-
   476.3341 25  5/2-        55.4420 10 
    101.2980 10 
    262.02 3 
   100 1 
    90 5 
     0.22 6 
M1
E2

   420.8943
   375.0352
   214.3395
3/2-
1/2-
7/2-
   582.230 3  7/2-       105.899 3 
    161.3390 20 
    367.891 17 
   100 2 
    19.0 8 
     0.55 9 
M1
(E2)

   476.3341
   420.8943
   214.3395
5/2-
3/2-
7/2-
   681.036 3  9/2-        98.808 12 
    204.696 3 
    15 4 
   100.0 22 

E2
   582.230
   476.3341
7/2-
5/2-
   842.9 10  11/2-       260.7
   100

   582.230
7/2-
   985.7 10  13/2-       304.7
   100

   681.036
9/2-
  1196.2 15  15/2-       353.3
   100

   842.9
11/2-
  1381.9 15  17/2-       396.2
   100

   985.7
13/2-
  1856.0 18  21/2-       474.1
   100

  1381.9
17/2-
  2395.1 20  25/2-       539.1
   100

  1856.0
21/2-
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 5 - 5/2[512] band.
   518.3279 24  5/2- < 0.2 ns      
   616.7562 25  7/2-        98.433 2 
    140.4260 20 
    195.861 6 
    279.029 4 
    402.409 6 
    616.768 9 
   100 1 
    10.8 7 
     2.05 24 
    75.9 8 
    37.2 7 
    22.9 19 
M1+E2
M1+E2

M1+E2
M1+E2

   518.3279
   476.3341
   420.8943
   337.7178
   214.3395
     0.0
5/2-
5/2-
3/2-
9/2-
7/2-
9/2+
   742.710 3  9/2-       125.957 1 
    224.367 4 
    619.90 5 
   100 9 
    23.4 19 
    12 6 
M1+E2


   616.7562
   518.3279
   122.7904
7/2-
5/2-
11/2+
   896.7 7  11/2-       153.5
    280.1
    88 13 
   100 13 


   742.710
   616.7562
9/2-
7/2-
  1076.6 8  13/2-       179.5
    334.2
    83 17 
   100 17 


   896.7
   742.710
11/2-
9/2-
  1283.7 10  15/2-       207.2
    387
   100 60 
    60 20 


  1076.6
   896.7
13/2-
11/2-
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 6 - 1/2[521] band.
   614.204 3  1/2- 0.50 ns 15       
   679.516 3  3/2-       161.191 2 
    203.182 3 
    258.615 3 
    304.465 7 
   100 3 
    16.7 3 
    75 5 
     7.3 7 
M1
M1+E2
M1+E2
M1
   518.3279
   476.3341
   420.8943
   375.0352
5/2-
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
   701.0552 25  5/2-        84.2970 10 
     86.857 5 
    118.8260 10 
    182.7350 20 
    224.715 3 
    280.154 4 
    326.010 14 
    486.735 14 
    13.2 8 
     5.5 7 
   100 3 
    25.2 5 
     6.5 7 
     4.82 15 
    35.6 15 
    12.6 11 
M1+E2
E2
M1+E2
M1+E2
M1(+E0)
M1+E2
E2
M1
   616.7562
   614.204
   582.230
   518.3279
   476.3341
   420.8943
   375.0352
   214.3395
7/2-
1/2-
7/2-
5/2-
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
7/2-
   849.200 3  7/2-       106.492 1 
    148.148 4 
    168.162 2 
    169.675 4 
    232.439 3 
    266.974 4 
    330.856 9 
    372.853 5 
    428.292 6 
    634.94 4 
    12.4 15 
     6.8 15 
    13.8 7 
    15.0 9 
    47.6 18 
    35.9 18 
    10.6 5 
    71.4 7 
    12.9 15 
   100 12 
M1+E2
M1

E2
M1+E2
M1(+E2)

M1
(E2)
M1+E2
   742.710
   701.0552
   681.036
   679.516
   616.7562
   582.230
   518.3279
   476.3341
   420.8943
   214.3395
9/2-
5/2-
9/2-
3/2-
7/2-
7/2-
5/2-
5/2-
3/2-
7/2-
   912.0 10  9/2-       210.9
   100

   701.0552
5/2-
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 7 - 3/2[512] band.
   720.613 3  3/2- ≤ 0.3 ns      
   788.185 3  5/2-        87.127 13 
    108.678 4 
    171.432 2 
    173.977 3 
    205.950 3 
    269.857 4 
    311.844 4 
    413.132 7 
    450.47 3 
    573.825 22 
     2.6 13 
     3.6 6 
   100 1 
     5.0 3 
    53.3 10 
    94 7 
    21.4 9 
    43.6 9 
     2.9 3 
    41.1 24 


M1+E2
E2
M1+E2
M1+E0
M1(+E2)
E2

M1
   701.0552
   679.516
   616.7562
   614.204
   582.230
   518.3279
   476.3341
   375.0352
   337.7178
   214.3395
5/2-
3/2-
7/2-
1/2-
7/2-
5/2-
5/2-
1/2-
9/2-
7/2-
   935.643 3  7/2-       147.458 3 
    192.933 3 
    215?
    318.887 4 
    353.425 6 
    459.287 9 
    33 5 
    43 4 
   <10
   100.0 24 
    76 4 
    30.1 24 
M1


M1+E2
M1
M1(+E2)
   788.185
   742.710
   720.613
   616.7562
   582.230
   476.3341
5/2-
9/2-
3/2-
7/2-
7/2-
5/2-
  1030.8 6  9/2-     
  1255.8 10  11/2-       320.2
   100

   935.643
7/2-
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 8 - Kπ=5/2+ K-2 G-VIBRATION band.
  1003.650 4  5/2+        
  1078.349 10  (7/2)+       357.731 11 
    863.98 15 
   1078.37 8 
     2.71 22 
     7.1 21 
   100 4 


E2(+M1)
   720.613
   214.3395
     0.0
3/2-
7/2-
9/2+
  1176.2 9  (9/2+)     
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 9 - 7/2[503] band.
   870.222 8  7/2-        
   992.0 15  (9/2-)     
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 10 - Kπ=3/2+ (1/2[521]+1-) band.
  1482.031 5  3/2+        
  1532.277 5  5/2+       528.626 7 
    744.079 15 
    811.65 5 
    852.798 16 
   1014.06 13 
   100 4 
    23.1 12 
    12.4 21 
    47.8 23 
    34 3 
M1




  1003.650
   788.185
   720.613
   679.516
   518.3279
5/2+
5/2-
3/2-
3/2-
5/2-
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 11 - 7/2[633] band.
  1105.92 9  (7/2+)        
  1168.95 3  (9/2+)       831.24 3 
    953.9 3 
   1046.16 6 
   1168.4 3 
    67.0 26 
    35 11 
   100 21 
    36 11 




   337.7178
   214.3395
   122.7904
     0.0
9/2-
7/2-
11/2+
9/2+
  1282.5 9  (11/2+)     
  1359.0 5  (13/2)+     
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 12 - Kπ=9/2+ [9/2[624]+0+] GS B-VIBRATIONAL band.
  1120.816 19  9/2+        
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 13 - Kπ=1/2+ (1/2[510]-1-) band.
  1150.411 5  1/2+        
  1185.848 5  3/2+       182.178 11 
    397.67 3 
    465.222 6 
    484.799 15 
    506.299 20 
    571.653 14 
    709.527 18 
    764.968 11 
    810.831 12 
     1.19 16 
     0.70 13 
    18.8 10 
    17.8 18 
    ≤4.4
    53 3 
     9.3 4 
    91 3 
   100.0 22 


(E1)
(E1)

E1+M2

E1
E1
  1003.650
   788.185
   720.613
   701.0552
   679.516
   614.204
   476.3341
   420.8943
   375.0352
5/2+
5/2-
3/2-
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
5/2-
3/2-
1/2-
  1235.440 4  5/2+       231.809 6 
    386.244 6 
    514.827 10 
    534.394 12 
    555.888 11 
    653.190 13 
    759.060 14 
     3.66 25 
    17.3 3 
     9.1 26 
     6.2 3 
     6.5 6 
   100 4 
    22.9 7 

(E1)



E1
(E1)
  1003.650
   849.200
   720.613
   701.0552
   679.516
   582.230
   476.3341
5/2+
7/2-
3/2-
5/2-
3/2-
7/2-
5/2-
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 14 - Kπ=3/2- [7/2[514]-2+] γ-vibrational band.
  1249.552 6  3/2-        
  1313.500 13  5/2-       633.967 22 
    696.74 5 
    699.15 8 
    731.22 3 
    795.27 6 
    975.72 6 
   1099.26 7 
    15.0 14 
    12.3 10 
     5.6 10 
    57 3 
    13.8 24 
   100 6 
    92 12 
M1+E2




E2
E2(+M1)
   679.516
   616.7562
   614.204
   582.230
   518.3279
   337.7178
   214.3395
3/2-
7/2-
1/2-
7/2-
5/2-
9/2-
7/2-
  1405.2 6  (7/2-)     
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 15 - 3/2[521] band.
  1269.445 6  3/2-        
  1428.6 5  (7/2-)     
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 16 - 3/2[501] band.
  1458.994 9  3/2-        
  1534.6 5  (5/2-)     
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 17 - 1/2[501] band.
  1658.4 5  (1/2-)        
  1706.062 10  (3/2)-       247.069 4 
    436.59 4 
    985.458 25 
   1024.71 8 
   1089.40 17 
   1092.00 13 
   1187.83 13 
   1330.95 20 
   1492.6 7 
     5.3 3 
     2.2 7 
    45 3 
    17
    12.4 26 
    16.9 25 
    70 2 
   100 5 
     5.5 24 
M1+E2

M1+E2


M1
E2
E2(+M1)

  1458.994
  1269.445
   720.613
   681.036
   616.7562
   614.204
   518.3279
   375.0352
   214.3395
3/2-
3/2-
3/2-
9/2-
7/2-
1/2-
5/2-
1/2-
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Additional Gamma Data:















E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level)T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
MultipolarityMixing
Ratio
Conversion
Coefficient
Additional Data
   122.7904 11/2+ 37 ps 3      122.793 3 M1+E2-0.27 32.18B(E2)(W.u.)=245 14, B(M1)(W.u.)=0.094 8, α=2.18 4
   214.3395 7/2- 1.85 ns 4      214.335 3 E1 0.063B(E1)(W.u.)=1.110E-5 25, α=0.063 4
   268.92 13/2+ 21 ps 3      146.15 7 M1+E2-0.39 41.291B(E2)(W.u.)=320 80, B(M1)(W.u.)=0.106 17, α=1.291 22
13/2+ 21 ps 3      268.85 14 E2 0.1107B(E2)(W.u.)=49 6, α=0.1107
   337.7178 9/2-       123.3790 20 E2 1.582α=1.582
9/2-       214.930 3 [E1] 0.0491α=0.0491
9/2-       337.713 5 E1 0.01607α=0.01607
   375.0352 1/2- 18.67 s 4 
% IT = 100
    160.696 2 M3 34.1B(M3)(W.u.)=0.0364 9, α=34.1
1/2- 18.67 s 4 
% IT = 100
   ≈375[M4] 3.57B(M4)(W.u.)≈0.14, α=3.57
   420.8943 3/2-        45.8610 10 M1+E20.117 +22-267.9α=7.9 6
   438.68 15/2+       169.77 9 M1+E2-0.33 50.852α=0.852 17
15/2+       315.88 11 E2 0.0679α=0.0679
   476.3341 5/2-        55.4420 10 M1 3.74α=3.74
5/2-       101.2980 10 E2 3.35α=3.35
   518.3279 5/2- < 0.2 ns      41.9960 10 M1(+E2)0.13 +6-1111B(M1)(W.u.)>0.0023, α=11 3
5/2- < 0.2 ns      97.4350 20 M1+E20.28 +10-144.29B(E2)(W.u.)>0.93, B(M1)(W.u.)>0.00074, α=4.29 7
5/2- < 0.2 ns     143.301 9 (E2) 0.914B(E2)(W.u.)>0.68, α=0.914
5/2- < 0.2 ns     180.613 2 E2 0.406B(E2)(W.u.)>1.6, α=0.406
5/2- < 0.2 ns     303.977 4 M1+E20.62 +7-60.151B(E2)(W.u.)>3.4, B(M1)(W.u.)>0.0021, α=0.151 5
   582.230 7/2-       105.899 3 M1 3.40α=3.40
7/2-       161.3390 20 (E2) 0.600α=0.600
   614.204 1/2- 0.50 ns 15      137.873 2 E2 1.051B(E2)(W.u.)=1.5 5, α=1.051
1/2- 0.50 ns 15      193.310 2 M1+E20.59 40.543B(E2)(W.u.)=10 4, B(M1)(W.u.)=0.0025 8, α=0.543 11
1/2- 0.50 ns 15      239.165 3 M1 0.344B(M1)(W.u.)=0.00030 10, α=0.344
   616.7562 7/2-        98.433 2 M1+E20.35 44.14α=4.14
7/2-       140.4260 20 M1+E20.40 +15-191.45α=1.45 6
7/2-       279.029 4 M1+E20.69 +12-110.185α=0.185 10
7/2-       402.409 6 M1+E21.28 80.0534α=0.0534 18
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level)T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
MultipolarityMixing
Ratio
Conversion
Coefficient
Additional Data
   631.30 17/2+       192.62 11 M1+E2-0.26 60.607α=0.607 13
17/2+       362.39 13 E2 0.0457α=0.0457
   679.516 3/2-       161.191 2 M1 1.030α=1.030
3/2-       203.182 3 M1+E20.70 60.452α=0.452 12
3/2-       258.615 3 M1+E20.53 130.244α=0.244 14
3/2-       304.465 7 M1 0.1785α=0.1785
   681.036 9/2-       204.696 3 E2 0.266α=0.266
   701.0552 5/2-        84.2970 10 M1+E22.6 36.93α=6.93
5/2-        86.857 5 E2 6.18α=6.18
5/2-       118.8260 10 M1+E20.36 82.37α=2.37 5
5/2-       182.7350 20 M1+E20.67 60.621α=0.621 16
5/2-       280.154 4 M1+E20.5 +3-40.198α=0.198 25
5/2-       326.010 14 E2 0.0619α=0.0619
5/2-       486.735 14 M1 0.0516α=0.0516
   720.613 3/2- ≤ 0.3 ns     106.409 1 M1(+E2)0.37 LE3.32B(M1)(W.u.)>0.00060, α=3.32 6
3/2- ≤ 0.3 ns     202.283 3 M1+E20.57 40.480B(E2)(W.u.)>8.7, B(M1)(W.u.)>0.0028, α=0.480 10
3/2- ≤ 0.3 ns     244.278 8 M1(+E2)0.7 LE0.30B(M1)(W.u.)>0.00014, α=0.30 3
3/2- ≤ 0.3 ns     299.716 4 M1+E21.53 60.1114B(E2)(W.u.)>1.5, B(M1)(W.u.)>0.00013, α=0.1114 24
3/2- ≤ 0.3 ns     345.575 5 M1+E20.64 40.1054B(E2)(W.u.)>0.070, B(M1)(W.u.)>5.0E-5, α=0.1054 25
3/2- ≤ 0.3 ns     506.299 20 (E2) 0.0187B(E2)(W.u.)>0.019, α=0.0187
   742.710 9/2-       125.957 1 M1+E20.67 +20-191.88α=1.88 8
   788.185 5/2-       171.432 2 M1+E20.67 40.748α=0.748 15
5/2-       173.977 3 E2 0.461α=0.461
5/2-       205.950 3 M1+E20.84 60.412α=0.412 11
5/2-       311.844 4 M1(+E2)0.43 LE0.160α=0.160 8
5/2-       413.132 7 E2 0.0318α=0.0318
5/2-       573.825 22 M1 0.0337α=0.0337
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level)T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
MultipolarityMixing
Ratio
Conversion
Coefficient
Additional Data
   848.37 19/2+       217.07 13 M1+E2-0.37 30.421α=0.421 8
19/2+       409.68 15 E2 0.0325α=0.0325
   849.200 7/2-       106.492 1 M1+E21.0 +4-33.05α=3.05 11
7/2-       148.148 4 M1 1.306α=1.306
7/2-       169.675 4 E2 0.503α=0.503
7/2-       232.439 3 M1+E21.04 +14-120.270α=0.270 13
7/2-       266.974 4 M1(+E2) 0.18α=0.18 7
7/2-       372.853 5 M1 0.1038α=0.1038
7/2-       428.292 6 (E2) 0.0289α=0.0289
7/2-       634.94 4 M1+E2 0.018α=0.018 8
   865.9 (15/2-)       378.2(E2) 0.0405α=0.0405
   870.222 7/2-       532.49 4 M1 0.0409α=0.0409
7/2-       655.888 20 M1(+E2) 0.017α=0.017 7
7/2-       870.243 13 E1 0.00212α=0.00212 3
   935.643 7/2-       147.458 3 M1 1.324α=1.324
7/2-       318.887 4 M1+E20.71 +20-180.127α=0.127 11
7/2-       353.425 6 M1 0.1197α=0.1197
7/2-       459.287 9 M1(+E2) 0.042α=0.042 18
  1003.650 5/2+       789.188 20 (E1) 0.00256α=0.00256 4
5/2+      1003.690 23 E2 0.00406α=0.00406 6
  1073.565 7/2-       735.83 5 M1+E21.1 +9-40.012α=0.012 3
7/2-       859.254 16 M1+E20.43 +11-130.0111α=0.0111 5
  1078.349 (7/2)+      1078.37 8 E2(+M1) 0.0052α=0.0052 17
  1084.73 21/2+       236.36 14 M1+E2-0.30 30.340α=0.340 6
21/2+       453.43 17 E2 0.0249α=0.0249
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level)T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
MultipolarityMixing
Ratio
Conversion
Coefficient
Additional Data
  1105.74 25/2- 25.05 d 25 
% IT = 100
     21.01 12 M2 1.15×104B(M2)(W.u.)=9.1×10-12 10, α=1.15E4 4
25/2- 25.05 d 25 
% IT = 100
    257.37 15 E3 0.669B(E3)(W.u.)=1.28E-10 23, α=0.669
  1120.816 9/2+       998.06 10 M1+E20.9 +13-60.0065α=0.0065 17
  1150.411 1/2+       429.800 6 (E1) 0.00919α=0.00919 13
1/2+       470.891 7 E1 0.00749α=0.00749 11
1/2+       729.517 10 E1 0.00299α=0.00299 5
  1185.848 3/2+       465.222 6 (E1) 0.00769α=0.00769 11
3/2+       484.799 15 (E1) 0.00702α=0.00702 10
3/2+       571.653 14 E1+M20.10 30.0059α=0.0059 7
3/2+       764.968 11 E1 0.00272α=0.00272 4
3/2+       810.831 12 E1 0.00243α=0.00243 4
  1235.440 5/2+       386.244 6 (E1) 0.01173α=0.01173
5/2+       653.190 13 E1 0.00374α=0.00374 6
5/2+       759.060 14 (E1) 0.00277α=0.00277 4
  1249.552 3/2-       548.508 15 M1 0.0379α=0.0379
3/2-       570.036 8 M1 0.0343α=0.0343
3/2-       635.26 4 M1(+E2) 0.018α=0.018 8
3/2-       773.15 5 E2+M10.9 +13-70.012α=0.012 4
3/2-      1035.197 15 E2 0.00381α=0.00381 6
  1269.445 3/2-       548.858 21 M1+E2 0.027α=0.027 12
3/2-       568.382 8 M1 0.0345α=0.0345
3/2-       589.923 8 M1+E20.55 230.027α=0.027 3
3/2-       655.256 19 M1+E20.70 +10-90.0194α=0.0194 9
3/2-       751.14 3 M1 0.01699α=0.01699
3/2-      1055.06 5 (E2) 0.00367α=0.00367 6
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level)T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
MultipolarityMixing
Ratio
Conversion
Coefficient
Additional Data
  1309.8 (17/2+) 3 ns 1      678.4[M1] 0.0220B(M1)(W.u.)=9.E-7 6, α=0.0220
(17/2+) 3 ns 1      871.1[M1] 0.01172B(M1)(W.u.)=1.0×10-5 4, α=0.01172
(17/2+) 3 ns 1     1041.0[E2] 0.00377B(E2)(W.u.)=0.00019 7, α=0.00377 6
  1313.500 5/2-       633.967 22 M1+E2 0.019α=0.019 8
5/2-       975.72 6 E2 0.00430α=0.00430 6
5/2-      1099.26 7 E2(+M1) 0.0050α=0.0050 16
  1393.0 (27/2-)       287.0(M1+E2) 0.15α=0.15 6
  1404.5 (23/2+) 4 ns 1      298.8(E1(+M2))0.09 LT0.025B(E1)(W.u.)>1.4E-6, α=0.025 3
  1433.189 3/2-       914.867 18 E2(+M1) 0.008α=0.008 3
3/2-       956.79 3 M1 0.00928α=0.00928 13
3/2-      1012.296 18 M1+E20.81 +27-230.0065α=0.0065 6
  1436.353 7/2-       432.701 6 (E1) 0.00905α=0.00905 13
7/2-       819.66 9 M1 0.01365α=0.01365
7/2-       918.029 14 M1(+E2)0.32 LE0.0100α=0.0100 3
  1458.994 3/2-       588.774 8 E2 0.01298α=0.01298
3/2-       670.89 6 M1+E20.7 +5-40.018α=0.018 4
3/2-       779.41 3 M1+E2 0.011α=0.011 5
3/2-      1038.11 4 E2(+M1) 0.0057α=0.0057 19
3/2-      1083.93 6 M1 0.00682α=0.00682 10
  1482.031 3/2+       478.369 7 M1(+E2) 0.038α=0.038 17
3/2+       761.413 11 E1 0.00275α=0.00275 4
3/2+       867.816 13 E1 0.00213α=0.00213 3
  1532.277 5/2+       528.626 7 M1 0.0416α=0.0416
  1572.56 3/2-       955.82 3 E2 0.00448α=0.00448 7
  1614.125 3/2-,1/2-      1095.77 8 E2(+M1) 0.0050α=0.0050 17
3/2-,1/2-      1239.18 23 M1,E2 0.0038α=0.0038 12
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level)T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
MultipolarityMixing
Ratio
Conversion
Coefficient
Additional Data
  1668.957 3/2+       433.520 9 M1 0.0698α=0.0698
3/2+       483.106 7 M1 0.0526α=0.0526
3/2+       518.544 9 M1 0.0438α=0.0438
  1706.062 (3/2)-       247.069 4 M1+E21.2 +18-60.21α=0.21 6
(3/2)-       985.458 25 M1+E21.2 +7-40.0060α=0.0060 9
(3/2)-      1092.00 13 M1 0.00670α=0.00670 10
(3/2)-      1187.83 13 E2 0.00291α=0.00291 4
(3/2)-      1330.95 20 E2(+M1) 0.0033α=0.0033 9
  1715.935 1/2+,3/2+,5/2+       233.900 4 M1+E21.1 +4-30.26α=0.26 3
1/2+,3/2+,5/2+       466.380 6 E1 0.00765α=0.00765 11
  1725.786 3/2-       937.55 3 M1 0.00976α=0.00976 14
3/2-      1005.24 3 M1 0.00821α=0.00821 12
3/2-      1111.55 7 M1 0.00641α=0.00641 9
  1731.438 3/2-       295.104 14 (E2) 0.0832α=0.0832
3/2-       461.935 23 M1(+E2) 0.041α=0.041 18
3/2-      1030.39 4 M1(+E2) 0.0058α=0.0058 20
3/2-      1051.87 4 M1(+E2) 0.0055α=0.0055 19
3/2-      1117.23 3 (M1) 0.00633α=0.00633 9
3/2-      1310.70 8 (E2) 0.00242α=0.00242 4
3/2-      1356.34 10 M1 0.00398α=0.00398 6
  1755.337 3/2-      1054.25 3 M1+E2 0.0055α=0.0055 19
3/2-      1141.16 3 M1 0.00601α=0.00601 9
3/2-      1334.23 8 E2 0.00234α=0.00234 4
  1756.02 3/2-      1279.45 11 E2(+M1) 0.0035α=0.0035 11
3/2-      1381.2 3 M1 0.00382α=0.00382 6
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level)T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
MultipolarityMixing
Ratio
Conversion
Coefficient
Additional Data
  1762.80 (3/2)-      1042.28 7 M1,E2 0.0056α=0.0056 19
(3/2)-      1148.50 16 M1 0.00592α=0.00592 9
(3/2)-      1342.6 3 M1 0.00407α=0.00407 6
(3/2)-      1387.84 6 M1+E21.0 +6-40.0030α=0.0030 4
  1800.52 3/2-      1324.36 13 M1(+E2) 0.0033α=0.0033 10
  1811.50 3/2-      1110.38 10 M1(+E2) 0.0049α=0.0049 16
3/2-      1391.09 17 E2(+M1) 0.0030α=0.0030 8
  1851.504 3/2+,5/2+       319.216 13 M1(+E2) 0.11α=0.11 5
3/2+,5/2+       847.877 20 M1+E20.8 +5-40.0099α=0.0099 18
  1861.238 5/2+       740.48 4 (E2) 0.00769α=0.00769 11
5/2+       857.601 21 M1(+E2) 0.009α=0.009 4
  1913.471 3/2-       599.965 8 M1 0.0301α=0.0301
3/2-       644.09 5 M1 0.0251α=0.0251
  1928.846 1/2+,3/2+       742.91 6 M1+E2 0.013α=0.013 5
  2549.6 (33/2-) 30 ns 10       91[E2] 5.12α=5.12
(33/2-) 30 ns 10      516[M1] 0.0443B(M1)(W.u.)=1.5×10-7 +17-15, α=0.0443
(33/2-) 30 ns 10      847.1[E2] 0.00576B(E2)(W.u.)=0.0007 3, α=0.00576 8
  3439.2 (39/2-) 12 ns 6      171.0(M1,E2) 0.68α=0.68 20
  3775.2 (43/2+) 15 µs 5      336.0(M2) 0.518B(M2)(W.u.)=0.010 4, α=0.518

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Additional Level Data and Comments:

E(level)Jπ(level)T1/2(level)Comments
     0.09/2+ STABLE μ=-0.6409 13, Q=+3.79 3
Δ<r2>(179Hf-178Hf)=+0.027 2 (1994An14), +0.028 3 (1997Zh36), +0.036 1 (1999Le11, 10% systematic normalization uncertainty not included; value is relative to Δ<r2>(178Hf,180Hf)=0.098 as measured by 1994Zi04, much higher than Δ<r2>(178Hf,180Hf)=0.075 4 and 0.076 5 from 1994An14 and 1997Zh36, respectively). Other Δ<r2>: 1994Zi04.
E(level): Δ<r2>(179Hf-178Hf)=+0.027 2 (1994An14), +0.028 3 (1997Zh36), +0.036 1 (1999Le11, 10% systematic normalization uncertainty not included; value is relative to Δ<r2>(178Hf,180Hf)=0.098 as measured by 1994Zi04, much higher than Δ<r2>(178Hf,180Hf)=0.075 4 and 0.076 5 from 1994An14 and 1997Zh36, respectively). Other Δ<r2>: 1994Zi04. 9/2[624] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<27/2 members of 9/2[624] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=9/2+ and 11/2+ for the g.s. and 123 levels and mult=M1+E2 for the intraband 123γ connecting them. The existence of J|>29/2 levels is based on transitions whose placement is uncertain.
   122.790411/2+ 37 ps 3  Q=1.88 3
E(level): 9/2[624] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<27/2 members of 9/2[624] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=9/2+ and 11/2+ for the g.s. and 123 levels and mult=M1+E2 for the intraband 123γ connecting them. The existence of J|>29/2 levels is based on transitions whose placement is uncertain.
   214.33957/2- 1.85 ns 4  E(level): 7/2[514] band.
   268.9213/2+ 21 ps 3  XREF: γ(269.1).
E(level): 9/2[624] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<27/2 members of 9/2[624] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=9/2+ and 11/2+ for the g.s. and 123 levels and mult=M1+E2 for the intraband 123γ connecting them. The existence of J|>29/2 levels is based on transitions whose placement is uncertain.
   337.71789/2-   E(level): 7/2[514] band.
   375.03521/2- 18.67 s 4 
% IT = 100
E(level): 1/2[510] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<25/2 members of 1/2[510] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=1/2- for 375 level and mult=M1+E2 for intraband 46γ.
   420.89433/2-   E(level): 1/2[510] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<25/2 members of 1/2[510] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=1/2- for 375 level and mult=M1+E2 for intraband 46γ.
   438.6815/2+   E(level): 9/2[624] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<27/2 members of 9/2[624] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=9/2+ and 11/2+ for the g.s. and 123 levels and mult=M1+E2 for the intraband 123γ connecting them. The existence of J|>29/2 levels is based on transitions whose placement is uncertain.
   476.33415/2-   E(level): 1/2[510] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<25/2 members of 1/2[510] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=1/2- for 375 level and mult=M1+E2 for intraband 46γ.
   487.709(11/2-)   E(level): 7/2[514] band.
   518.32795/2- < 0.2 ns E(level): 5/2[512] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<15/2 members of 5/2[512] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=5/2- for 518 level and mult=M1+E2 for intraband 98γ.
   582.2307/2-   E(level): 1/2[510] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<25/2 members of 1/2[510] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=1/2- for 375 level and mult=M1+E2 for intraband 46γ.
   614.2041/2- 0.50 ns 15  E(level): 1/2[521] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<9/2 members of 1/2[521] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=3/2- for 680 level and mult=M1 for intraband 148γ.
   616.75627/2-   E(level): 5/2[512] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<15/2 members of 5/2[512] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=5/2- for 518 level and mult=M1+E2 for intraband 98γ.
   631.3017/2+   E(level): 9/2[624] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<27/2 members of 9/2[624] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=9/2+ and 11/2+ for the g.s. and 123 levels and mult=M1+E2 for the intraband 123γ connecting them. The existence of J|>29/2 levels is based on transitions whose placement is uncertain.
   664.3(13/2-)   E(level): 7/2[514] band.
   679.5163/2-   E(level): 1/2[521] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<9/2 members of 1/2[521] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=3/2- for 680 level and mult=M1 for intraband 148γ.
   681.0369/2-   E(level): 1/2[510] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<25/2 members of 1/2[510] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=1/2- for 375 level and mult=M1+E2 for intraband 46γ.
   701.05525/2-   E(level): 1/2[521] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<9/2 members of 1/2[521] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=3/2- for 680 level and mult=M1 for intraband 148γ.
   720.6133/2- ≤ 0.3 ns E(level): 3/2[512] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<11/2 members of 3/2[512] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=3/2- for 721 level and mult=M1 for intraband 147γ.
   732.2   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
   742.7109/2-   E(level): 5/2[512] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<15/2 members of 5/2[512] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=5/2- for 518 level and mult=M1+E2 for intraband 98γ.
   788.1855/2-   E(level): 3/2[512] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<11/2 members of 3/2[512] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=3/2- for 721 level and mult=M1 for intraband 147γ.
   842.911/2-   E(level): 1/2[510] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<25/2 members of 1/2[510] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=1/2- for 375 level and mult=M1+E2 for intraband 46γ.
   848.3719/2+   E(level): 9/2[624] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<27/2 members of 9/2[624] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=9/2+ and 11/2+ for the g.s. and 123 levels and mult=M1+E2 for the intraband 123γ connecting them. The existence of J|>29/2 levels is based on transitions whose placement is uncertain.
E(level)Jπ(level)T1/2(level)Comments
   849.2007/2-   E(level): 1/2[521] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<9/2 members of 1/2[521] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=3/2- for 680 level and mult=M1 for intraband 148γ.
   865.9(15/2-)   XREF: γ(860.3).
E(level): 7/2[514] band.
   870.2227/2-   E(level): 7/2[503] band.
   889.1   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
   896.711/2-   E(level): 5/2[512] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<15/2 members of 5/2[512] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=5/2- for 518 level and mult=M1+E2 for intraband 98γ.
   912.09/2-   E(level): 1/2[521] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<9/2 members of 1/2[521] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=3/2- for 680 level and mult=M1 for intraband 148γ.
   935.6437/2-   XREF: H(908).
E(level): 3/2[512] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<11/2 members of 3/2[512] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=3/2- for 721 level and mult=M1 for intraband 147γ.
   958.6   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
   985.713/2-   E(level): 1/2[510] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<25/2 members of 1/2[510] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=1/2- for 375 level and mult=M1+E2 for intraband 46γ.
   992.0(9/2-)   E(level): 7/2[503] band. From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1003.6505/2+   E(level): Kπ=5/2+ K-2 G-VIBRATION band.
  1024.0   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1030.89/2-   E(level): 3/2[512] band. From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<11/2 members of 3/2[512] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=3/2- for 721 level and mult=M1 for intraband 147γ.
  1076.613/2-   E(level): 5/2[512] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<15/2 members of 5/2[512] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=5/2- for 518 level and mult=M1+E2 for intraband 98γ.
  1078.349(7/2)+   E(level): Kπ=5/2+ K-2 G-VIBRATION band.
  1080.4   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1084.7321/2+   E(level): 9/2[624] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<27/2 members of 9/2[624] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=9/2+ and 11/2+ for the g.s. and 123 levels and mult=M1+E2 for the intraband 123γ connecting them. The existence of J|>29/2 levels is based on transitions whose placement is uncertain.
  1087.8   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1092.7(17/2-)   XREF: γ(1096.8).
E(level): 7/2[514] band.
  1105.92(7/2+)   E(level): 7/2[633] band.
  1120.8169/2+   E(level): Kπ=9/2+ [9/2[624]+0+] GS B-VIBRATIONAL band.
  1138.8   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1150.4111/2+   E(level): Kπ=1/2+ (1/2[510]-1-) band.
  1162.4   Doublet.
E(level): Doublet. From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1168.95(9/2+)   XREF: H(1161).
E(level): 7/2[633] band.
E(level)Jπ(level)T1/2(level)Comments
  1176.2(9/2+)   E(level): Kπ=5/2+ K-2 G-VIBRATION band. From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1185.8483/2+   E(level): Kπ=1/2+ (1/2[510]-1-) band.
  1196.215/2-   E(level): 1/2[510] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<25/2 members of 1/2[510] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=1/2- for 375 level and mult=M1+E2 for intraband 46γ.
  1199.52(7/2+)   XREF: H(1191).
  1235.4405/2+   E(level): Kπ=1/2+ (1/2[510]-1-) band.
  1249.5523/2-   E(level): Kπ=3/2- [7/2[514]-2+] γ-vibrational band.
  1255.811/2-   E(level): 3/2[512] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<11/2 members of 3/2[512] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=3/2- for 721 level and mult=M1 for intraband 147γ.
  1269.4453/2-   E(level): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified. 3/2[521] band.
  1282.5(11/2+)   XREF: H(1275).
E(level): 7/2[633] band. From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1283.715/2-   E(level): 5/2[512] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<15/2 members of 5/2[512] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=5/2- for 518 level and mult=M1+E2 for intraband 98γ.
  1309.8(17/2+) 3 ns 1  E(level): From Coulomb excitation; uncertainty unstated by authors. Kπ=17/2+ band (2000Mu06).
  1313.5005/2-   E(level): Kπ=3/2- [7/2[514]-2+] γ-vibrational band.
  1343.8(19/2-)   E(level): 7/2[514] band.
  1344.6+   L=4,6 in (d,p); so J=7/2 to 13/2.
E(level): L=4,6 in (d,p); so J=7/2 to 13/2. From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1350.723/2+   E(level): 9/2[624] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<27/2 members of 9/2[624] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=9/2+ and 11/2+ for the g.s. and 123 levels and mult=M1+E2 for the intraband 123γ connecting them. The existence of J|>29/2 levels is based on transitions whose placement is uncertain.
  1359.0(13/2)+   E(level): 7/2[633] band. From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1372.3(17/2+)   Configuration=((ν 1/2[510])+(π 7/2[404])+(π 9/2][514])) (2000Mu06).
E(level): Configuration=((ν 1/2[510])+(π 7/2[404])+(π 9/2][514])) (2000Mu06).
  1381.917/2-   E(level): 1/2[510] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<25/2 members of 1/2[510] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=1/2- for 375 level and mult=M1+E2 for intraband 46γ.
  1386.5   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1405.2(7/2-)   E(level): Kπ=3/2- [7/2[514]-2+] γ-vibrational band. From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1428.6(7/2-)   E(level): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified. 3/2[521] band. From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1453.1   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1458.9943/2-   E(level): 3/2[501] band.
  1482.0313/2+   E(level): Kπ=3/2+ (1/2[521]+1-) band.
  1491.0(17/2+)   Configuration=((ν 1/2[521])+(π 7/2[404])+(π 9/2][514])) (2000Mu06).
E(level): Configuration=((ν 1/2[521])+(π 7/2[404])+(π 9/2][514])) (2000Mu06).
E(level)Jπ(level)T1/2(level)Comments
  1509.2   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1520.6(19/2+)   E(level): From Coulomb excitation; uncertainty unstated by authors. Kπ=17/2+ band (2000Mu06).
  1530.21/2+   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1532.2775/2+   E(level): Kπ=3/2+ (1/2[521]+1-) band.
  1534.6(5/2-)   E(level): 3/2[501] band. From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1557.41/2,3/2-   L=0,1 in (d,p).
E(level): L=0,1 in (d,p). From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1570.1(9/2+)   L(3He,α)=(4) and rotational structure.
E(level): L(3He,α)=(4) and rotational structure. From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1580.5   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1582.4   Doublet.
E(level): Doublet. From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1586.0   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1598.4   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1602.3   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1617.7(21/2-)   E(level): 7/2[514] band.
  1624.325/2+   E(level): 9/2[624] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<27/2 members of 9/2[624] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=9/2+ and 11/2+ for the g.s. and 123 levels and mult=M1+E2 for the intraband 123γ connecting them. The existence of J|>29/2 levels is based on transitions whose placement is uncertain.
  1638.7LE 7/2   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1658.4(1/2-)   E(level): 1/2[501] band. From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1665.71/2+   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  168911/2-   Configuration: probable Kπ=11/2- (7/2[514]+ 2+) γ vibration bandhead (2005Bu07).
E(level): Configuration: probable Kπ=11/2- (7/2[514]+ 2+) γ vibration bandhead (2005Bu07).
  1698.6   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1706.062(3/2)-   E(level): 1/2[501] band.
  1753.1(21/2+)   E(level): From Coulomb excitation; uncertainty unstated by authors. Kπ=17/2+ band (2000Mu06).
  1771   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1796.51/2,3/2,5/2+   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ).
Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  1826.9+X(21/2+)   Configuration=((ν 5/2[512])+(π 7/2[404])+(π 9/2][514])) (2000Mu06).
E(level): Configuration=((ν 5/2[512])+(π 7/2[404])+(π 9/2][514])) (2000Mu06).
  1839   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
E(level)Jπ(level)T1/2(level)Comments
  1856.021/2-   E(level): 1/2[510] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<25/2 members of 1/2[510] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=1/2- for 375 level and mult=M1+E2 for intraband 46γ.
  1877   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1884   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1893.91/2,3/2,5/2+   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ).
Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  1899.661/2,3/2,5/2+   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ).
Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  1904(5/2-,7/2-)   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1915.0(23/2-)   E(level): 7/2[514] band.
  1941.627/2+   E(level): 9/2[624] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<27/2 members of 9/2[624] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=9/2+ and 11/2+ for the g.s. and 123 levels and mult=M1+E2 for the intraband 123γ connecting them. The existence of J|>29/2 levels is based on transitions whose placement is uncertain.
  1945.864(1/2,3/2)   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ).
Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  1957.581/2,3/2,5/2+   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ).
Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  1965   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1977   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  1987   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  2007.2(23/2+)   E(level): From Coulomb excitation; uncertainty unstated by authors. Kπ=17/2+ band (2000Mu06).
  2009   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  2021   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  2032   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  2047.0(1/2,3/2)   Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal; γ to 1/2-.
  2052.61/2,3/2,5/2+   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ).
Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  2070.7(1/2,3/2)   Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal; γ to 1/2-.
  2082.8(1/2,3/2)   Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal; γ to 1/2-.
  2088.4(1/2,3/2)   Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal; γ to 1/2-.
  2146.1(1/2,3/2)   Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal; γ to 1/2-.
  2168.21/2,3/2,5/2+   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ).
Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  2183.11/2,3/2,5/2+   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ).
Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal.
E(level)Jπ(level)T1/2(level)Comments
  2214.4(1/2,3/2)   Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal; γ to 1/2-.
  2228.11/2,3/2,5/2+   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ).
Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  2242.5(29/2+)   E(level): 9/2[624] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<27/2 members of 9/2[624] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=9/2+ and 11/2+ for the g.s. and 123 levels and mult=M1+E2 for the intraband 123γ connecting them. The existence of J|>29/2 levels is based on transitions whose placement is uncertain.
  2249.97(3/2-)   Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal; γ to 1/2- and to 7/2-.
  2281.1(25/2+)   E(level): From Coulomb excitation; uncertainty unstated by authors. Kπ=17/2+ band (2000Mu06).
  2282   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  2297   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  2309.21/2,3/2,5/2+   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ).
Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  2354   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  2395.125/2-   E(level): 1/2[510] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<25/2 members of 1/2[510] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=1/2- for 375 level and mult=M1+E2 for intraband 46γ.
  2451.31(3/2-)   Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal; γ to 1/2- and to 7/2-.
  2456.7(29/2-)   Suggested configuration=((ν 3/2[512])+(ν 9/2[624])+(ν 1/2[521])+(π 7/2[404])+ (π 9/2][514])) (2000Mu06).
E(level): Suggested configuration=((ν 3/2[512])+(ν 9/2[624])+(ν 1/2[521])+(π 7/2[404])+ (π 9/2][514])) (2000Mu06).
  2460.3(1/2,3/2)   Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal; γ to 1/2-.
  2475.5(3/2-)   Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal; γ to 1/2- and to 7/2-.
  24977/2+,9/2+,11/2+   XREF: J(2480).
E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  2509.5(1/2,3/2)   Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal; γ to 1/2-.
  25567/2+,9/2+,11/2+   XREF: J(2565).
E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  2590   E(level): ΔE>3 keV.
  2617.6(31/2+)   E(level): 9/2[624] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<27/2 members of 9/2[624] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=9/2+ and 11/2+ for the g.s. and 123 levels and mult=M1+E2 for the intraband 123γ connecting them. The existence of J|>29/2 levels is based on transitions whose placement is uncertain.
  2638.8(1/2,3/2)   Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal; γ to 1/2-.
  2655(13/2)+   XREF: γ(2665).
E(level): ΔE>3 keV.
  27057/2+,9/2+,11/2+   E(level): ΔE>10 keV.
  2727   E(level): ΔE>3 keV. From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  2788   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  28579/2+   XREF: J(2850).
E(level): ΔE>3 keV. From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
E(level)Jπ(level)T1/2(level)Comments
  2905.2(1/2,3/2)   Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal; γ to 1/2-.
  2921   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  2950   E(level): From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  2969   E(level): ΔE>3 keV. From (9Be,α2nγ). From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
  3148.8(1/2-,3/2)   Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal; γ to 1/2-.
  3347.2(1/2,3/2)   Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal; γ to 1/2-.
  3373.6(35/2+)   E(level): 9/2[624] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<27/2 members of 9/2[624] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=9/2+ and 11/2+ for the g.s. and 123 levels and mult=M1+E2 for the intraband 123γ connecting them. The existence of J|>29/2 levels is based on transitions whose placement is uncertain.
  3409.5(1/2,3/2)   Jπ(level): Fed by primary γ from 1/2+ in (n,γ) E=thermal; γ to 1/2-.
  3439.2(39/2-) 12 ns 6  Suggested configuration=((ν 7/2[514])+(ν 9/2[624])+(ν 7/2[503])+(π 7/2[404])+ (π 9/2][514])) (2000Mu06).
E(level): Suggested configuration=((ν 7/2[514])+(ν 9/2[624])+(ν 7/2[503])+(π 7/2[404])+ (π 9/2][514])) (2000Mu06).
  3775.2(43/2+) 15 µs 5  Suggested configuration=((ν 7/2[514])+(ν 9/2[624])+(ν 11/2[615])+(π 7/2[404]) +(π 9/2][514])) (2000Mu06).
E(level): Suggested configuration=((ν 7/2[514])+(ν 9/2[624])+(ν 11/2[615])+(π 7/2[404]) +(π 9/2][514])) (2000Mu06).
  4204.7(39/2+)   E(level): 9/2[624] band.
Jπ(level): Definite Jπ assigned to J|<27/2 members of 9/2[624] band based on observed band structure combined with independently established Jπ=9/2+ and 11/2+ for the g.s. and 123 levels and mult=M1+E2 for the intraband 123γ connecting them. The existence of J|>29/2 levels is based on transitions whose placement is uncertain.

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Additional Gamma Comments:

E(level)E(gamma)Comments
   268.92   146.15I(γ): from (9Be,α2nγ).
   268.85I(γ): from (9Be,α2nγ).
   375.0352   160.696I(γ): From 179Hf IT decay (18.67 s).
   438.68   169.77E(γ): From 179Hf IT decay (25.05 d).
   315.88E(γ): From 179Hf IT decay (25.05 d).
   487.709   150.019I(γ): from (9Be,α2nγ); 30 6 from (n,γ) E=thermal.
   518.3279   143.301M(γ): α(K)exp in (n,γ) E=thermal consistent with E1 or E2; Δπ=no from level scheme.
   631.30   192.62E(γ): From 179Hf IT decay (25.05 d).
   362.39E(γ): From 179Hf IT decay (25.05 d).
   664.3   176.3E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   326.8E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   720.613   506.299E(γ): Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
I(γ): Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
   842.9   260.7E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   848.37   217.07E(γ): From 179Hf IT decay (25.05 d).
   409.68E(γ): From 179Hf IT decay (25.05 d).
   865.9   378.2E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
M(γ): Q intraband γ from γ(θ) in (9Be,α2nγ).
   896.7   153.5E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   280.1E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   912.0   210.9E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   985.7   304.7E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1074.7   860.4E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1076.6   179.5E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   334.2E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1084.73   236.36E(γ): From 179Hf IT decay (25.05 d).
   453.43E(γ): From 179Hf IT decay (25.05 d).
E(level)E(gamma)Comments
  1092.7   428.4E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1105.74    21.01E(γ): From 179Hf IT decay (25.05 d).
I(γ): from I(γ+ce)=2917 104 from 179Hf IT decay (25.05 d) and α=11500.
M(γ): from 179Hf IT decay (25.05 d).
   257.37E(γ): From 179Hf IT decay (25.05 d).
  1105.92   891.5E(γ): From 179Lu β- decay.
I(γ): from β- decay.
   983.17E(γ): From 179Lu β- decay.
I(γ): from β- decay.
  1105.92E(γ): From 179Lu β- decay.
I(γ): from β- decay.
  1168.95   953.9E(γ): From 179Lu β- decay.
I(γ): from β- decay.
  1046.16E(γ): Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
I(γ): from β- decay.. Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
  1168.4E(γ): From 179Lu β- decay.
I(γ): from β- decay.
  1185.848   484.799M(γ): α(K)exp<α(K)(E2) for transition with possible ce contamination in (n,γ) E=thermal; Δπ=yes from level scheme.
   506.299E(γ): Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
I(γ): Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
  1196.2   353.3E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1198.4   123.3E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1249.552   731.22E(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
I(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
  1255.8   320.2E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1283.7   207.2E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   387E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1296.64   596.0E(γ): From 178Hf(n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.
   616.6E(γ): From 178Hf(n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.
  1082.4E(γ): From 178Hf(n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.
  1309.8   678.4E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   871.1E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1041.0E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1313.500   731.22E(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
I(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
  1343.8   477.9E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
E(level)E(gamma)Comments
  1348.6   149.9E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   274.2E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1350.7   266.0E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   502.3E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1372.3   933.4E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1103.5E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1381.9   396.2E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1393.0   287.0E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
M(γ): D+Q intraband γ from (9Be,α2nγ).
  1404.5   298.8E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
M(γ): D+Q from γ(θ) in (9Be,α2nγ); Δπ=(yes) from level scheme; δ(E1,M2)<0.09 from RUL.
  1433.189   816.42E(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
I(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
  1458.994  1244.73E(γ): Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
I(γ): Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
  1491.0  1052.4E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1222.0E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1520.6   210.9E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1572.56  1053.2E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): from I(1053γ):I(1197γ) for two-photon cascade data in (n,γ) E=thermal assuming 1197γ is not a doublet there.. Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1197.46E(γ): Multiply placed
  1617.7   525.0E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1624.3   273.4E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   539.6E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1668.957  1293.49E(γ): Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
I(γ): Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
  1675.3   365.5E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1679.5+X   275.0E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1687.13   816.42E(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
I(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
  1072.93E(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
I(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
  1702.5   309.6E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   597.0E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
E(level)E(gamma)Comments
  1706.062  1492.6E(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
I(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
  1713.0   308.6E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1725.786  1046.16E(γ): for doublet in (n,γ) E=thermal.. Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
I(γ): Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
  1731.438  1117.23M(γ): M1+E0 from α(K)exp, but E0 component inconsistent with adopted Jπ; it could conceivably arise from an undetected impurity in ce spectrum in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  1356.34M(γ): M1(+E0) from α(K)exp, but E0 component inconsistent with placement.
  1753.1   232.9E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   443.2E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1756.02  1036.1E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1076.70I(γ): from (n,γ) E=thermal; doublet Iγ suitably divided.
  1762.80  1244.73E(γ): Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
I(γ): Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
  1548.78E(γ): Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
I(γ): Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
  1783.11   779.1E(γ): From 178Hf(n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.
  1082.4E(γ): From 178Hf(n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.
  1103.6E(γ): From 178Hf(n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.
  1811.50  1197.46E(γ): Multiply placed
M(γ): M1+E0 for doubly-placed 1197γ.
  1293.49E(γ): Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
I(γ): Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
  1336.6E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1821.29  1121.0E(γ): From 178Hf(n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.
  1141.3E(γ): From 178Hf(n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.
  1207.0E(γ): From 178Hf(n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.
  1826.9+X   422.4E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1846.32   975.7E(γ): From 178Hf(n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.
  1167.2E(γ): From 178Hf(n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.
  1231.6E(γ): From 178Hf(n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.
  1856.0   474.1E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
E(level)E(gamma)Comments
  1859.2   549.4E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1861.238   740.48M(γ): E2,M1 from α(K)exp in (n,γ) E=thermal; ΔJ|>2 from placement.
  1072.93E(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
I(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
  1913.471  1492.6E(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
I(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
  1915.0   571.2E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1928.846   778.39M(γ): M1+E0 from α(K)exp in (n,γ) E=thermal is deduced from ce doublet; evaluator does not consider E0 component sufficiently certain to constitute the basis for a J assignment.
  1941.6   317E(γ): From Coulomb excitation; uncertainty unstated by authors.
   591.1E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1945.864  1267.0E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): I(1267γ)/I(1332γ)=0.77.. Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1332.3E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1956.1+X   268E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  1974.1+X   294.9E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   569.6E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  2007.2   254.3E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   486.4E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  2033.6   331.3E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   640.4E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  2044.1   331.2E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   639.4E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  2047.0  1625.9E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2052.6  1332.0E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1351.5E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2070.7  1350.4I(γ): From two-photon cascade data in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  1456.5E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1649.78I(γ): From two-photon cascade data in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  1695.7E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
E(level)E(gamma)Comments
  2082.8  1078.1E(γ): From 178Hf(n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.
I(γ): from I(1078γ doublet):I(1606γ) in (n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.
  1381.7E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1403.3E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1606.5E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1661.9E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): 76 15 from (n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.. Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1707.8E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2088.4  1408.9E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1713.4E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2093.40  1305.3E(γ): From 178Hf(n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.
I(γ): from 178Hf(n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.
  1672.5E(γ): From 178Hf(n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.
I(γ): from 178Hf(n,γ) E=7.78 eV res.
  2133.2   274E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  2146.1  1445.0E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1531.9E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2150.3  1429.7E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1674.0E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1729.4E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2183.1  1462.5E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1503.6E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1707.0E(γ): from (n,γ) E=7.78 eV res. Similar Eγ placed from 2083 level in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  2214.4  1600.1I(γ): From two-photon cascade data in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  1840.6E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2228.1  1507.66E(γ): for doubly-placed γ.
  1548.78E(γ): Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
I(γ): Multiply placed with intensity suitably divided
  1807.3E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2242.5   301E(γ): From Coulomb excitation; uncertainty unstated by authors.
   618E(γ): From Coulomb excitation; uncertainty unstated by authors.
E(level)E(gamma)Comments
  2243.5+X   287E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   556E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  2249.97  1461.4E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1529.0E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1875.3I(γ): From two-photon cascade data in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  2035.53I(γ): From two-photon cascade data in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  2254.2  1735.9E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1833.3E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2281.1   273.9E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  2287.2+X   313.2E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   607.5E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  2309.2  1588.6E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1888.3E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2366.9  1646.3E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1687.4E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1752.7E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1848.6E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1890.6E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1946.0E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1991.9E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2386.3   352.8E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   683.9E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  2394.2  1606.0E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1714.7I(γ): From two-photon cascade data in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  1973.3E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
E(level)E(gamma)Comments
  2395.1   539.1E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  2396.5   352.5E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   683.5E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  2415.5  1627.7I(γ): From two-photon cascade data in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  1800.7E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1938.6E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1994.0E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2425.3  1724.2E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1811.1E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2451.31  1771.5E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1836.8E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2030.1E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2236.97I(γ): From two-photon cascade data in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  2456.7  1351E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  2460.3  2039.4E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2085.3E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2475.5  1774.4E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  1861.3E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2054.6E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2100.5E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2261.2E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2509.5  1830.0E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2088.6E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2134.5E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2522.7  2046.4E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2101.8E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2147.7E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
E(level)E(gamma)Comments
  2549.6    91E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   516E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   847.1E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  2601.2  2124.9E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2180.3E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2226.2E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2610.7  1996.6I(γ): From two-photon cascade data in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  2092.4E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2189.66I(γ): From two-photon cascade data in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  2235.7E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2617.6   676E(γ): From Coulomb excitation; uncertainty unstated by authors.
  2638.8  1918.2I(γ): From two-photon cascade data in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  2263.3E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2654.13  1865.94I(γ): From two-photon cascade data in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  1932.5E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2134.8E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2278.1E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2702.9  2184.6E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2327.9E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2743.69  2042.7E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2126.96I(γ): From two-photon cascade data in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  2321.9E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2759.6   373.5E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   725.8E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  2769.6   373.2E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   725.5E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
E(level)E(gamma)Comments
  2898.0   348.4E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  2905.2  2184.5E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2225.7E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2484.3E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2530.2E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2983.3  2303.8E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2507.0E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  3076.2  2397.7E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2463.0E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2559.7I(γ): From two-photon cascade data in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  3148.8  2447.7I(γ): From two-photon cascade data in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  2534.9E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  3151.5   392E(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity. From (9Be,α2nγ).
I(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
   765E(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity. From (9Be,α2nγ).
I(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
  3161.6   392E(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity. From (9Be,α2nγ).
I(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
   765E(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity. From (9Be,α2nγ).
I(γ): Multiply placed with undivided intensity
  3177.9  2459.0E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2703.3E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  3268.2   370.4E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   718.5E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).. From 178Hf(d,p), 180Hf(d,t). ΔE includes a systematic uncertainty of 0.5 keV (for E<1700) or 3 keV (for 1700<E<2050) combined in quadrature with the relevant statistical ΔE. If no uncertainty is stated, ΔE>3 keV.
I(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  3345.4  2644.3I(γ): From two-photon cascade data in (n,γ) E=thermal.
  2924.3E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  3347.2  2668.2E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  2972.7E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  3373.6   756E(γ): From Coulomb excitation; uncertainty unstated by authors.
E(level)E(gamma)Comments
  3409.5  2729.9E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  3034.4E(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
I(γ): Eγ from level energy difference in (n,γ) E=thermal. Iγ is relative to 100 for strongest transition observed; stronger transition(s) from level may exist. Transition is deduced from two-photon cascade data of 1988Bo44, assuming that authors’ cascade γ order is correct, that cascade γ rays are consecutive and that only two-photon cascades were identified.
  3439.2   171.0E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
M(γ): from α(exp) in (9Be,α2nγ).
  3659.1   391E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
   761E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
  3775.2   336.0E(γ): From (9Be,α2nγ).
M(γ): from α(exp) in (9Be,α2nγ).
  4204.7   831E(γ): From Coulomb excitation; uncertainty unstated by authors.

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