ADOPTED LEVELS, GAMMAS for 36S

Authors: Ninel Nica, John Cameron and Balraj Singh |  Citation: Nucl. Data Sheets 113, 1 (2012) |  Cutoff date: 31-Dec-2011 

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Q(β-)=-1142.11 keV 19S(n)= 9889.22 keV 19S(p)= 13095.3 keV 19Q(α)= -9011.3 keV 4
Reference: 2012WA38

References:
  A  36P β- decay (5.6 S)  B  36Cl ε decay (3.01×105 Y)
  C  34S(t,p)  D  34S(t,pγ)
  E  36S(p,p’),(α,α’)  F  36S(pol d,d’)
  G  Coulomb Excitation  H  37Cl(n,d)
  I  37Cl(d,3He)  J  37Cl(36S,36S’)
  K  40Ar(γ,α)  L  40Ar(3He,7Be)
  M  115In(34S,xγ)  N  160Gd(36S,36S’γ),(34S,36S’γ)
  O  160Gd(37Cl,xγ)  P  176Yb(36S,X):TENTATIVE

General Comments:

Identification of 36S in mass spectrometer studies by α.O. Nier: Phys. Rev. 53, 282 (1938); measured ratio of 36S to 32S

1971Ar32: production of 36S in 232Th(40Ar,X) at 290 MeV fragmentation reaction

1983Ry04: 36S(e,e) E=120, 240, 320 MeV. Measured σ(θ), deduced charge radius

1985Gy02, 1985GyZZ: 36S(π-,π-) E=48.4 MeV, measured σ(θ)

1985Ko43: 20Ne(16O,16O’) E(c.m.)=24.5-35.5 MeV, deduced resonances

1985Sc05: measured muonic atom x rays, deduced rms charge radii. Observed muonic x-ray energies: 515.985 14 (2p -> 1s), 616.28 8 (3p -> 1s), 651.30 10 (4p -> 1s), 667.63 12 (5p -> 1s).

1997Is02: 37Cl(γ,p) E|<32 MeV, measured Eγ, Iγ. GDR features deduced

1999Ai02: Si(36S,X) E=46.17 MeV/nucleon, measured energy integrated cross sections, deduced radius

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

Q-value: S(2n)=16875.10 19, S(2p)=25285 14 (2011AuZZ)

Q-value: Values in 2003Au03: Q(β-)=-1142.22 19, S(n)=9889.04 21, Q(α)=-9008.08 22, S(2n)=16874.92 22. S(p) and S(2p) are the same as in 2011AuZZ










E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
     0ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP 0+ STABLE      
  3290.9 3 A CDEFG IJK MNOP 2+ 83 fs 7    3290.8 6 
  100
E2
     0
0+
  3346 4   CDE G I K      0+ 8.8 ns 2    3346
 
E0
     0
0+
  4192.7 5 A CDEFG  J  MNOP 3- 0.62 ps 7     901.5 4 
  100
E1(+M2)
  3290.9
2+
  4523.0 6   CDE G I K      1+ 0.017 ps 8    1232.1 4 
  4522.2 15 
   33 13 
  100 13 

M1
  3290.9
     0
2+
0+
  4575.2 7 A CDE G I K      2+ 55 fs 10    1284.2
  100
M1(+E2)
  3290.9
2+
  5021.5 3 A   E       MNOP 4-      828.8
  1730.6
  100 2 
    3 2 
M1

  4192.7
  3290.9
3-
2+
  5206.1 3 A   E       M OP 5-      184.6
  1013.4
  100.0 23 
   26.8 18 
D
Q
  5021.5
  4192.7
4-
3-
  5251.2 10 A CDE        N   3- 70 fs 30     680
  1059.6 4 
  1961.0 4 
 
   43 11 
  100 11 


D+Q
  4575.2
  4192.7
  3290.9
2+
3-
2+
  5338 3     E                   
  5391.4 9   CDE            2+ > 0.2 ps    816.2 4 
  5391.0
   18 9 
  100 9 


  4575.2
     0
2+
0+
  5462 3     E            3+        
  5509.1 5   CDE            (2,4) 0.19 ps 4    1316.8 4 
  2217.7 3 
   52 12 
  100 12 

D+Q
  4192.7
  3290.9
3-
2+
  5573.1 7   CDE            1- < 0.14 ps   2282.1 3 
  100

  3290.9
2+
  5781.1 10             M         760.4
  100

  5021.5
4-
  5830.9 7 A   E            3-      579.7
   809.4
  1255.7
  1638.2
  2539.9
    1.1 4 
   15.2 9 
   12.7 9 
  100 3 
   49.3 23 





  5251.2
  5021.5
  4575.2
  4192.7
  3290.9
3-
4-
2+
3-
2+
  6186.9 8   CDE            3- 55 fs 20    1994.8 4 
  2894.8 5 
   33 11 
  100 11 


  4192.7
  3290.9
3-
2+
  6225.2 10    DE            2+ < 20 fs   1649.2 5 
  2933.0 10 
  100 13 
   32 13 


  4575.2
  3290.9
2+
2+
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  6350 3     E                   
  6472 3     E            1-        
  6514.4 4 A CDE   I        4+ < 0.2 ps   2321.6?
  100

  4192.7
3-
  6553 3     E                   
  6690             N   (6+)     1485
  100

  5206.1
5-
  7120 14   CD    I        (1,2)+ < 0.2 ps   2550
  3830
  7120
   28 7 
   11 7 
  100 7 



  4575.2
  3290.9
     0
2+
2+
0+
  7271.9 3 A                (3-,4-,5-)      757.5
  1441.0
  2020.6
  2065.7
  2250.3
  3079.1
   32 5 
   12 5 
  100 7 
   15 5 
   32 5 
   54 12 






  6514.4
  5830.9
  5251.2
  5206.1
  5021.5
  4192.7
4+
3-
3-
5-
4-
3-
  7710 25         I               

E(level): From least-squares fit to Eγ data, assuming 0.3 keV uncertainty for each Eγ

Jπ(level): Mainly from γγ(θ) and lin pol data in (t,pγ) and from comparison of σ(θ) data in (p,p’),(α,α’) to DWBA calculations

T1/2(level): From ΔS(a) in (t,pγ), unless otherwise stated

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Additional Gamma Data:













E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level)T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
MultipolarityMixing
Ratio
Additional Data
  3290.9 2+ 83 fs 7    3290.8 6 E2 B(E2)(W.u.)=2.83 24
  4192.7 3- 0.62 ps 7     901.5 4 E1(+M2)+0.03 3B(E1)(W.u.)=0.00135 15
  4523.0 1+ 0.017 ps 8    4522.2 15 M1 B(M1)(W.u.)=0.010 5
  4575.2 2+ 55 fs 10    1284.2M1(+E2)+0.06 6B(M1)(W.u.)=0.19 4

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Additional Level Data and Comments:

E(level)Jπ(level)T1/2(level)Comments
     00+ STABLE Mean radius r02=1.26 fm2 10 from measured integrated σR=2.44 b 19 at 46.17 MeV/nucleon in Si(36S,X) reaction (1999Ai02).
  4192.73- 0.62 ps 7  μ=+2.4 15 (2008Sp01)
B(E3)=0.008 3 (2002Ki06 evaluation), from β3 in (p,p’) (1990Ho19).
  5021.54-   XREF: p(?).
  5206.15-   XREF: p(?).
  5391.42+ > 0.2 ps XREF: E(5379).
  5509.1(2,4) 0.19 ps 4  XREF: E(5514).
  5830.93-   XREF: E(5837).
  6186.93- 55 fs 20  XREF: E(6180).
  6225.22+ < 20 fs XREF: E(6220).
  6514.44+ < 0.2 ps XREF: E(6510).

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Additional Gamma Comments:

E(level)E(gamma)Comments

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