Author: Balraj Singh |  Citation: ENSDF |  Cutoff date: 30-Nov-2021 

Author: Balraj Singh |  Citation: ENSDF |  Cutoff date: 31-JUL-2016 

Author: Balraj Singh |  Citation: Nucl. Data Sheets 114, 1 (2013) |  Cutoff date: 20-Oct-2012 

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S(n)= 16860 keV SYS(p)= -1400 keV SYQ(α)= -2230 keV SY
Reference: 2021Wa16

General Comments:

The 89Rh isotope is expected to be unbound towards proton emission. Laboratory identification of 89Rh remains uncertain, as also in the most recent study by 2016Ce02

1995Ry03 (also 1995Le14): 89Rh isotope reported by analyzing fragments by time-of-flight (≈1.5 μs) method in Ni(112Sn,X) at E=58 MeV/nucleon, GANIL facility using LISE3 spectrometer. The 89Rh fragments were observed 1.5 μs after a time-of-flight. It was not known whether these events were from the ground state or an isomer

2007WeZX, 2000WeZZ (also E. Wefers et al., GSI annual (2000) report 2001-1,p10): no evidence was found for the formation of 89Rh isotope in 9Be(112Sn,X) at E(112Sn)=1 GeV/nucleon, FRS at GSI, with the implication that it may be unbound towards proton emission.

2016Ce02: 89Rh nuclide searched at RIBF-RIKEN facility in 9Be(124Xe,X) reaction at E=345 MeV/nucleon with an average beam intensity of 30 pnA. Identification of residues was made by determining atomic Z and mass-to-charge ratio α/Q, where Q=charge state of the ions. The selectivity of ions was based on magnetic rigidity, time-of-flight and energy loss using BigRIPS separator and zero degree spectrometer ZDS. The separated nuclei were implanted in a wide range silicon-strip stopper array for ion and β particle detection WAS3ABi, consisting of three highly-segmented 1 mm thick double-sided silicon detectors, a stack of ten segmented 1 mm thick single-sided silicon strip detectors. The γ rays were detected by EURICA array of 84 HPGe detectors surrounding the WAS3ABi system. In addition an array of 18 LaBr3(Ce) detectors was used for γ detection in fast-timing measurements. An upper limit of one event was assigned by authors to the 89Rh nuclide

Theoretical calculations: consult NSR database at or additional document records in this dataset for ten primary references, seven for structure and three for half-life and decay mode of 89Rh.

Q-value: Estimated uncertainties (2021Wa16): 540 for S(n), 200 for S(p), 540 for Q(α)

Q-value: Q(ε)=12720 360, Q(εp)=8730 360, S(2p)=2540 360 (syst,2021Wa16). S(2n)=30740 (theory, 2019Mo01)

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% ε = ?
% εp = ?
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