ADOPTED LEVELS, GAMMAS for 92Tc

Author: Coral M. Baglin |  Citation: Nucl. Data Sheets 113, 2187 (2012) |  Cutoff date: 15-Sep-2012 

 Full ENSDF file | Adopted Levels (PDF version) 


Q(β-)=-4624 keV 5S(n)= 11011 keV 4S(p)= 4006 keV 7Q(α)= -5.17×103 keV 6
Reference: 2012WA38

References:
  A  92Ru ε decay  B  92Mo(3He,2npγ)
  C  92Mo(3He,t)  D  92Mo(p,nγ)
  E  58Ni(40Ca,5PNG),  F  64Zn(35Cl,4P3NG)

General Comments:

Other Reactions:

46Ti(54Fe,5p3nγ), E(54Fe)=225 MeV (1990IsZY): measured Eγ, γγ coin; searched for ns isomers; attributed a 257γ-500γ-1347γ cascade to 92Tc, implying levels at 1347, 1847 and 2104. None of these transitions has been confirmed in subsequent (40Ca,5pnγ) or (35Cl,4p3nγ) studies, and the evaluator does not adopt them as transitions in 92Tc. Furthermore, 1995Gh02 have reassigned all three transitions to 94Ru.

For shell-model calculations see, e.g., 1974Gr36, 1976Se01, 1976Gr07, 1992Si15, 1995Gh02, 1996Tu03.

Levels: The adopted level scheme is based on that of 1994Ar33 in (40Ca,5pnγ). However, the evaluator has adopted several of the modifications suggested by 1995Gh02 in (35Cl,4p3nγ): (i) the order of the 663 and 636 cascade gammas has been reversed, so the weaker γ lies higher in the cascade; (ii) the 1786γ is placed so it directly feeds the (15+) 3588 level (an alternative placement given by 1994Ar33) because 1995Gh02 suggest that a 627γ (not the 1786γ) lies immediately above the 2058γ, and the placement is shown as tentative because the 1786γ was not observed by 1995Gh02; (iii) an 1108γ-1938γ cascade is added feeding the (17-) 4787 level (as in 1995Gh02) but, owing to the strength of the 1108γ in 1995Gh02, the evaluator allows that it may be a doublet there and retains 1994Ar33’s placement of an 1108γ from the (15-) 4048 level; (iv) the 1986γ is placed feeding the (15-) 4048 level (as in 1995Gh02), instead of the (16-) 4716 level (1994Ar33); (v) addition of 1015.2γ, 1051.6γ. Additional inconsistencies between the level schemes of 1994Ar33 and 1995Gh02 center on whether there are two levels near 2002 keV and whether the 647γ is a doublet (see comment on E(2002 levels)).

Levels: See 1994Ar33, 1995Gh02, 1996Tu03 for further discussion of possible configuration assignments for 92Tc levels.

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

Q-value: Q(β-),S(n),S(p),Q(α) from 2011AuZZ; -4530 syst (300keV uncertainty), 11020 200, 4019 28, -5290 100, respectively, from 2003Au03.

Q-value: Q(εp)=426 5 (2011AuZZ).










E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
     0.0ABCDEF (8)+ 4.25 m 15 
% ε = 100
     
   213.75 7 ABCD   (6+) < 1 ns    213.75 7 
  100
(E2)
     0.0
(8)+
   270.09 8 ABCD   (4+) 1.03 µs 7      56.34 2 
  100
E2
   213.75
(6+)
   389.19 22  BCD   (5+)      119.1 2 
  100
[M1]
   270.09
(4+)
   529.42 13 ABCD   (3+) ≤ 0.1 µs    259.32 12 
  100
(M1)
   270.09
(4+)
   576.88 13 ABCD   (2+) < 2 ns     47.46 3 
   306.8 2 
  100 10 
    1.14 10 
M1
(E2)
   529.42
   270.09
(3+)
(4+)
   626.3 3  B     (4,6+)      237.1 2 
  100
D
   389.19
(5+)
   686.14 17  BC EF (9+)      686.2 2 
  100
(M1)
     0.0
(8)+
   711.33 15 AB D   1+ ≤ 0.1 µs    134.57 8 
  100
(M1)
   576.88
(2+)
   965.6 3  BC    (6+)      576.4 2 
  100
D
   389.19
(5+)
  1119.3 4  B          493.0 2 
  100

   626.3
(4,6+)
  1129 20   C    LE 3        
  1161.91 16 AB     (0+,1)      450.7 1 
   585.0 2 
  100 3 
    8.6 10 


   711.33
   576.88
1+
(2+)
  1163.6 11  B          198
  100

   965.6
(6+)
  1222 20   C    LE3        
  1324 25   C    LE3        
  1355.48 17  B  EF (10+)      669.4 2 
  1355.4 2 
   29 3 
  100 11 
D
(E2)
   686.14
     0.0
(9+)
(8)+
  1443.86 16 A C    1+      867.0 1 
  100

   576.88
(2+)
  1487.19 15 A      LE 3      910.2 1 
  100

   576.88
(2+)
  1502.86 22  B     (6,8+)     1289.1 2 
  100

   213.75
(6+)
  1589.1 4  B     (7,8)      962.8 2 
  100

   626.3
(4,6+)
  1613 25   C    LE 3        
  1796.54 16 A      1+      634.8 5 
  1219.6 1 
    4.6 6 
  100 5 


  1161.91
   576.88
(0+,1)
(2+)
  1980.49 17 A      LE 3     1268.9 3 
  1403.6 2 
   21 3 
  100 6 


   711.33
   576.88
1+
(2+)
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  2001.8 11     EF (12+)      646.3 10 
  100
(Q)
  1355.48
(10+)
  2002.7 3  B  E  (11-) 3.15 ns 20     647.2 2 
  100
(E1+M2)
  1355.48
(10+)
  2106.9 4 A      1+      945.0 3 
  100

  1161.91
(0+,1)
  2316.02 18 A      1+     1604.7 1 
  1738.5 5 
  100 4 
    8.9 18 


   711.33
   576.88
1+
(2+)
  2390.92 15 A      1+      410.4 1 
   594.3 2 
   903.6 1 
   947.2 3 
  1229.1 1 
  1679.6 1 
  1814.0 6 
   19.5 4 
    6.4 7 
    8.5 5 
   29 3 
   36.5 21 
  100 4 
    2.1 5 







  1980.49
  1796.54
  1487.19
  1443.86
  1161.91
   711.33
   576.88
LE 3
1+
LE 3
1+
(0+,1)
1+
(2+)
  2548.9 4  B  EF (12-)      546.2 2 
  100
(M1+E2)
  2002.7
(11-)
  2664.7 15     EF (13+)      662.9 10 
  100
D
  2001.8
(12+)
  2770.96 19 A      1+      974.3 2 
  2059.7 2 
  2194.3 5 
  2241.3 5 
    9.2 14 
  100 6 
   23.3 22 
    7.5 25 




  1796.54
   711.33
   576.88
   529.42
1+
1+
(2+)
(3+)
  2940.0 4  B  EF (13-)      391.1 2 
  100
D
  2548.9
(12-)
  3004.7 3 A      1+     1517.6 3 
  2427.5 5 
  100 5 
   36 4 


  1487.19
   576.88
LE 3
(2+)
  3048.0 3 A      1+      656.3 10 
  1560.7 5 
  2471.2 3 
  2519.3 10 
   26 13 
  100 10 
   27 5 
   12 5 




  2390.92
  1487.19
   576.88
   529.42
1+
LE 3
(2+)
(3+)
  3069.4 7     EF (13-)      521.0 10 
  1066.7 10 
   85 15 
  100 15 
D
Q
  2548.9
  2002.7
(12-)
(11-)
  3301.0 18     EF (14+)      636.3 10 
  100
D
  2664.7
(13+)
  3563.4 7     EF (14-)      494.6
   622.2 10 
  1015.2
  100 8 
  <49
   10
D


  3069.4
  2940.0
  2548.9
(13-)
(13-)
(12-)
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  3587.9 20     EF (15+)      286.9 10 
  100
D
  3301.0
(14+)
  3709.1 4 ?A      1+      938.1 4 ?
  2997.4 10 ?
  3133.0 10 ?
  100 40 
   36 16 
   40 20 



  2770.96
   711.33
   576.88
1+
1+
(2+)
  3813 30   C    0+        
  4048.0 9     EF (15-)      484.6 10 
  1108.0 10 
  100 11 
   22 5 
D

  3563.4
  2940.0
(14-)
(13-)
  4615.0 12      F     1051.6
  100

  3563.4
(14-)
  4716.4 12     EF (16-)      668.5 10 
  100

  4048.0
(15-)
  4786.8 12     EF (17-)       70.6 10 
   738.6 10 
   41 7 
  100 15 
(M1)
Q
  4716.4
  4048.0
(16-)
(15-)
  5373.5 23 ?    E  (16+,17+)     1785.6 10 ?
  100

  3587.9
(15+)
  5646.2 23     EF (17+)     2058.3 10 
  100
Q
  3587.9
(15+)
  6033.7 13     EF     1985.6 10 
  100

  4048.0
(15-)
  6272.9 25 ?     F      626.7?
  100

  5646.2
(17+)
  6725.2 16      F (19-)     1938.4
  100
Q
  4786.8
(17-)
  7833.1 19      F (21-)     1107.9
  100
Q
  6725.2
(19-)

E(level): From least-squares fit to Eγ, allowing 1 keV uncertainty in Eγ data for which authors did not quote uncertainty, except for levels excited only in (3He,t).

M(γ): From γ anisotropy ratio and reaction systematics in (40Ca,5pnγ), except when noted otherwise.

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Band Transitions:

E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 1 - SENIORITY |>4, yrast π=+ STATES.
  1355.48 17  (10+)        
  2001.8 11  (12+)      646.3 10 
  100
(Q)
  1355.48
(10+)
  2664.7 15  (13+)      662.9 10 
  100
D
  2001.8
(12+)
  3301.0 18  (14+)      636.3 10 
  100
D
  2664.7
(13+)
  3587.9 20  (15+)      286.9 10 
  100
D
  3301.0
(14+)
  5373.5 23  (16+,17+)     1785.6 10 ?
  100

  3587.9
(15+)
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 2 - yrast π=- STATES.
  2002.7 3  (11-) 3.15 ns 20       
  2548.9 4  (12-)      546.2 2 
  100
(M1+E2)
  2002.7
(11-)
  2940.0 4  (13-)      391.1 2 
  100
D
  2548.9
(12-)
  3563.4 7  (14-)      494.6
   622.2 10 
  1015.2
  100 8 
  <49
   10
D


  3069.4
  2940.0
  2548.9
(13-)
(13-)
(12-)
  4048.0 9  (15-)      484.6 10 
  1108.0 10 
  100 11 
   22 5 
D

  3563.4
  2940.0
(14-)
(13-)
  4786.8 12  (17-)       70.6 10 
   738.6 10 
   41 7 
  100 15 
(M1)
Q
  4716.4
  4048.0
(16-)
(15-)
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 3 - π=+, SENIORITY 2 STATES.
     0.0 (8)+ 4.25 m 15 
% ε = 100
     
   213.75 7  (6+) < 1 ns    213.75 7 
  100
(E2)
     0.0
(8)+
   270.09 8  (4+) 1.03 µs 7      56.34 2 
  100
E2
   213.75
(6+)
   389.19 22  (5+)      119.1 2 
  100
[M1]
   270.09
(4+)
   529.42 13  (3+) ≤ 0.1 µs    259.32 12 
  100
(M1)
   270.09
(4+)
   576.88 13  (2+) < 2 ns     47.46 3 
   306.8 2 
  100 10 
    1.14 10 
M1
(E2)
   529.42
   270.09
(3+)
(4+)
   686.14 17  (9+)      686.2 2 
  100
(M1)
     0.0
(8)+

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Additional Gamma Data:















E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level)T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
MultipolarityMixing
Ratio
Conversion
Coefficient
Additional Data
   213.75 (6+) < 1 ns    213.75 7 (E2) 0.0822B(E2)(W.u.)>47, α=0.0822
   270.09 (4+) 1.03 µs 7      56.34 2 E2 9.79B(E2)(W.u.)=3.6 3, α=9.79
   389.19 (5+)      119.1 2 [M1] 0.172α=0.172
   529.42 (3+) ≤ 0.1 µs    259.32 12 (M1) 0.0216B(M1)(W.u.)≥1.2×10-5, α=0.0216
   576.88 (2+) < 2 ns     47.46 3 M1 2.35B(M1)(W.u.)>0.030, α=2.35
(2+) < 2 ns    306.8 2 (E2) 0.0237B(E2)(W.u.)>0.014, α=0.0237
   711.33 1+ ≤ 0.1 µs    134.57 8 (M1) 0.1228B(M1)(W.u.)≥8.0×10-5, α=0.1228
  2002.7 (11-) 3.15 ns 20     647.2 2 (E1+M2)+0.10 3B(E1)(W.u.)=3.85E-7 25, B(M2)(W.u.)=0.04 3
  2548.9 (12-)      546.2 2 (M1+E2)-0.18 10 
  4786.8 (17-)       70.6 10 (M1) 0.75α=0.75 4

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Additional Level Data and Comments:

E(level)Jπ(level)T1/2(level)Comments
     0.0(8)+ 4.25 m 15 
% ε = 100
E(level): π=+, SENIORITY 2 STATES.
   213.75(6+) < 1 ns E(level): π=+, SENIORITY 2 STATES.
   270.09(4+) 1.03 µs 7  E(level): π=+, SENIORITY 2 STATES.
   389.19(5+)   E(level): π=+, SENIORITY 2 STATES.
   529.42(3+) ≤ 0.1 µs E(level): π=+, SENIORITY 2 STATES.
   576.88(2+) < 2 ns E(level): π=+, SENIORITY 2 STATES.
   686.14(9+)   E(level): π=+, SENIORITY 2 STATES.
  1355.48(10+)   E(level): SENIORITY |>4, yrast π=+ STATES.
  1443.861+   XREF: C(1453).
  2001.8(12+)   E(level): SENIORITY |>4, yrast π=+ STATES. Two levels at or near 2002 keV, each deexcited by an Eγ≈647 keV transition, are proposed in (40Ca,5pnγ) to account for observed Doppler splitting of 1355γ in coin spectra gated by 394γ, 485γ, 495γ, 545γ, 622γ and 1067γ. Alternatively, an isomeric level slightly above the 2001 level may deexcite to the latter via an unobserved, highly converted low-energy transition. However, the inconsistency between 647γ(θ) in (3He,2pnγ), 647γ anisotropy in (40Ca,5pnγ) and DCO ratio in (35Cl,4p3nγ) suggests that the 647γ is indeed a doublet whose components deexcite states which have been populated to differing extents in the different reactions. The evaluator adopts this scenario, even though 1995Gh02 conclude from their (35Cl,4p3nγ) data that the 646γ is not a doublet.
Jπ(level): From (40Ca,5pnγ), based on γ anisotropy and the assumptions that all observed γ’s have Ji|>Jf, most have Ji>Jf and that crossover transitions are E2, unless noted otherwise.
  2002.7(11-) 3.15 ns 20  μ=+8.87 22 (1996Tu03)
E(level): yrast π=- STATES. Two levels at or near 2002 keV, each deexcited by an Eγ≈647 keV transition, are proposed in (40Ca,5pnγ) to account for observed Doppler splitting of 1355γ in coin spectra gated by 394γ, 485γ, 495γ, 545γ, 622γ and 1067γ. Alternatively, an isomeric level slightly above the 2001 level may deexcite to the latter via an unobserved, highly converted low-energy transition. However, the inconsistency between 647γ(θ) in (3He,2pnγ), 647γ anisotropy in (40Ca,5pnγ) and DCO ratio in (35Cl,4p3nγ) suggests that the 647γ is indeed a doublet whose components deexcite states which have been populated to differing extents in the different reactions. The evaluator adopts this scenario, even though 1995Gh02 conclude from their (35Cl,4p3nγ) data that the 646γ is not a doublet.
  2548.9(12-)   E(level): yrast π=- STATES.
  2664.7(13+)   XREF: E(2638).
E(level): SENIORITY |>4, yrast π=+ STATES.
Jπ(level): From (40Ca,5pnγ), based on γ anisotropy and the assumptions that all observed γ’s have Ji|>Jf, most have Ji>Jf and that crossover transitions are E2, unless noted otherwise.
  2940.0(13-)   E(level): yrast π=- STATES.
Jπ(level): From (40Ca,5pnγ), based on γ anisotropy and the assumptions that all observed γ’s have Ji|>Jf, most have Ji>Jf and that crossover transitions are E2, unless noted otherwise.
  3069.4(13-)   Jπ(level): From (40Ca,5pnγ), based on γ anisotropy and the assumptions that all observed γ’s have Ji|>Jf, most have Ji>Jf and that crossover transitions are E2, unless noted otherwise.
  3301.0(14+)   E(level): SENIORITY |>4, yrast π=+ STATES.
Jπ(level): From (40Ca,5pnγ), based on γ anisotropy and the assumptions that all observed γ’s have Ji|>Jf, most have Ji>Jf and that crossover transitions are E2, unless noted otherwise.
  3563.4(14-)   E(level): yrast π=- STATES.
Jπ(level): From (40Ca,5pnγ), based on γ anisotropy and the assumptions that all observed γ’s have Ji|>Jf, most have Ji>Jf and that crossover transitions are E2, unless noted otherwise.
  3587.9(15+)   E(level): SENIORITY |>4, yrast π=+ STATES.
Jπ(level): From (40Ca,5pnγ), based on γ anisotropy and the assumptions that all observed γ’s have Ji|>Jf, most have Ji>Jf and that crossover transitions are E2, unless noted otherwise.
  4048.0(15-)   E(level): yrast π=- STATES.
Jπ(level): From (40Ca,5pnγ), based on γ anisotropy and the assumptions that all observed γ’s have Ji|>Jf, most have Ji>Jf and that crossover transitions are E2, unless noted otherwise.
  4716.4(16-)   Jπ(level): From (40Ca,5pnγ), based on γ anisotropy and the assumptions that all observed γ’s have Ji|>Jf, most have Ji>Jf and that crossover transitions are E2, unless noted otherwise.
  4786.8(17-)   E(level): yrast π=- STATES.
Jπ(level): From (40Ca,5pnγ), based on γ anisotropy and the assumptions that all observed γ’s have Ji|>Jf, most have Ji>Jf and that crossover transitions are E2, unless noted otherwise.
  5373.5(16+,17+)   E(level): SENIORITY |>4, yrast π=+ STATES.
Jπ(level): From (40Ca,5pnγ), based on γ anisotropy and the assumptions that all observed γ’s have Ji|>Jf, most have Ji>Jf and that crossover transitions are E2, unless noted otherwise.

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Additional Gamma Comments:

E(level)E(gamma)Comments
   213.75   213.75E(γ): weighted average of 213.8 2 from (3He,2npγ), 213.81 12 from ε decay and 213.7 1 from (p,nγ).
M(γ): d,E2 from RUL; adopted ΔJ=(2).
   270.09    56.34M(γ): from α(exp), 92Ru ε decay.
   389.19   119.1E(γ): From (3He,2npγ).
   529.42   259.32E(γ): weighted average of 259.4 2 from (3He,2npγ) and 259.27 15 from ε decay.
M(γ): 259γ is d from (3He,2npγ); adopted Δπ=(no).
   576.88    47.46M(γ): from α(exp), 92Ru ε decay. d from RUL.
   306.8M(γ): d,E2 from RUL; level scheme requires ΔJ=2 and Δπ=no.
   626.3   237.1E(γ): From (3He,2npγ).
M(γ): ΔJ=1 from γ(θ) in (3He,2npγ).
   686.14   686.2E(γ): From (3He,2npγ).
M(γ): d from (40Ca,5pnγ) and (3He,2npγ); Δπ from level scheme.
   711.33   134.57E(γ): weighted average of 134.4 2 from (3He,2npγ) and 134.60 9 from ε decay.
M(γ): d from (3He,2npγ); adopted Δπ=(no).
   965.6   576.4E(γ): From (3He,2npγ).
M(γ): ΔJ=1 from γ(θ) in (3He,2npγ).
  1119.3   493.0E(γ): From (3He,2npγ).
  1163.6   198E(γ): From (3He,2npγ).
  1355.48   669.4E(γ): From (3He,2npγ).
I(γ): From (3He,2npγ).
M(γ): from γ(θ) in (3He,2npγ).
  1355.4E(γ): From (3He,2npγ).
I(γ): From (3He,2npγ).
M(γ): Q from (40Ca,5pnγ) and (3He,2npγ); Δπ from level scheme.
  1502.86  1289.1E(γ): From (3He,2npγ).
  1589.1   962.8E(γ): From (3He,2npγ).
  2001.8   646.3E(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
  2002.7   647.2E(γ): from (3He,2npγ); Eγ given as 646.8 10 in (40Ca,5pnγ) for unresolved component of doublet.
  2548.9   546.2E(γ): from (3He,2npγ). Eγ=545.0 10 in (40Ca,5pnγ).
M(γ): D+Q from γ(θ) in (3He,2npγ); Δπ from level scheme.
  2664.7   662.9E(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
  2940.0   391.1E(γ): from (3He,2npγ). Eγ=393.6 10 in (40Ca,5pnγ), 393.4 in (35Cl,4p3nγ).
  3069.4   521.0E(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
I(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
M(γ): from (35Cl,4p3nγ).
  1066.7E(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
I(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
M(γ): Q from (40Ca,5pnγ). d from unenumerated DCO ratio in (35Cl,4p3nγ), where I(1067γ)/I(521γ) is much larger than in (40Ca,5pnγ); this may indicate that 1067γ is a doublet in (35Cl,4p3nγ).
  3301.0   636.3E(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
M(γ): from (35Cl,4p3nγ).
  3563.4   622.2E(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
I(γ): from (35Cl,4p3nγ); however, Iγ<52 10 from (40Ca,5pnγ) (where γ is complex).
M(γ): Q (interpreted as M2) in (35Cl,4p3nγ), but d from (40Ca,5pnγ). However, if M2 and Iγ≈50, T1/2(3563 level) exceeds ≈5 ns (based on RUL).
E(level)E(gamma)Comments
  3587.9   286.9E(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
M(γ): from (35Cl,4p3nγ).
  4048.0   484.6E(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
I(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
  1108.0E(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
I(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
  4615.0  1051.6E(γ): from (35Cl,4p3nγ).
  4716.4   668.5E(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
  4786.8    70.6E(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
I(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
M(γ): d from (40Ca,5pnγ); Q crossover γ from same level.
   738.6E(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
I(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
  5373.5  1785.6E(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
  5646.2  2058.3E(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
M(γ): from (35Cl,4p3nγ).
  6033.7  1985.6E(γ): From (40Ca,5pnγ); evaluator assigns authors’ upper limit of ΔE=1 keV to Eγ.
  6272.9   626.7E(γ): from (35Cl,4p3nγ).

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