ADOPTED LEVELS, GAMMAS for 93Sr

Author: Coral M. Baglin |  Citation: Nucl. Data Sheets 112, 1163 (2011) |  Cutoff date: 15-Dec-2010 

 Full ENSDF file | Adopted Levels (PDF version) 


Q(β-)=4142 keV 12S(n)= 5290 keV 9S(p)= 12602 keV 10Q(α)= -5975 keV 8
Reference: 2012WA38

References:
  A  93Rb β- decay  B  94Rb β-n decay
  C  252Cf SF decay 

General Comments:

For calculation of one-quasiparticle states, see 2010Ro27.

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

Q-value: Q(β-), S(n), S(p), Q(α): from 2009AuZZ (cf. 4139 12, 5288 8, 12602 10, -5780 50, respectively, from 2003Au03).

Q-value: Q(β-n)=- 3341 12 (2009AuZZ) (cf.-3343 12 (2003Au03)).










E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
     0ABC 5/2+ 7.43 m 3 
% β- = 100
     
   213.431 11 AB  (9/2)+ 4.3 ns 1     213.429 11 
  100
E2
     0
5/2+
   432.604 24 AB  (5/2,7/2,9/2)+ < 0.3 ns    219.16 6 
   432.61 3 
   15.8 9 
  100.0 5 
M1,E2
M1,E2
   213.431
     0
(9/2)+
5/2+
   986.12 5 ABC (9/2+)      986.05 6 
  100

     0
5/2+
  1142.55 4 AB  (5/2+,7/2,9/2+)      709.95 5 
   929.04 9 
  1142.58 12 
  100 7 
    7.9 6 
    5.9 5 



   432.604
   213.431
     0
(5/2,7/2,9/2)+
(9/2)+
5/2+
  1148.20 6 AB  (5/2+,7/2,9/2+)      934.70 10 
  1148.18 8 
   20.9 16 
  100 6 


   213.431
     0
(9/2)+
5/2+
  1238.24 7 ABC (7/2+)     1238.30 8 
  100

     0
5/2+
  1385.31 6 AB      1385.21 8 
  100

     0
5/2+
  1529.32 10 AB      1096.71 9 
  100

   432.604
(5/2,7/2,9/2)+
  1562.96 9 A   (5/2+,7/2,9/2+)     1349.67 21 
  1562.91 11 
   14.0 17 
  100 7 


   213.431
     0
(9/2)+
5/2+
  1779.79 7 A C (11/2-)      793.65 6 
  1566.2 9 
  100 5 
    5.5 26 


   986.12
   213.431
(9/2+)
(9/2)+
  1808.44 6 A   (5/2+,7/2,9/2+)      822.41 22 
  1808.50 10 
    6.0 11 
  100 5 


   986.12
     0
(9/2+)
5/2+
  1869.64 7 A       1437.10 16 
  1869.69 11 
   22.0 19 
  100 6 


   432.604
     0
(5/2,7/2,9/2)+
5/2+
  1910.86 9 A        768.36 23 
  1910.72 12 
   10.0 17 
  100 6 


  1142.55
     0
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
5/2+
  2045.57 8 A       1059.4 3 
  1612.87 11 
    3.8 7 
  100 6 


   986.12
   432.604
(9/2+)
(5/2,7/2,9/2)+
  2054.02 9 A        905.6 3 
  2054.06 12 
    4.9 10 
  100 5 


  1148.20
     0
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
5/2+
  2072.2 4   C (11/2+)      292.4
   833.9
  100
   55


  1779.79
  1238.24
(11/2-)
(7/2+)
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  2117.46 11 A       1684.76 13 
  100

   432.604
(5/2,7/2,9/2)+
  2141.07 11 A   (5/2+,7/2,9/2+)     1927.64 12 
  100

   213.431
(9/2)+
  2168.6 4   C (13/2+)      388.8
  1182.5
   16
  100


  1779.79
   986.12
(11/2-)
(9/2+)
  2273.00 12 A       1035.1 5 
  1130.12 16 
  1287.0 5 
   35 11 
  100 11 
   58 18 



  1238.24
  1142.55
   986.12
(7/2+)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(9/2+)
  2292.87 7 A   (5/2+,7/2,9/2+)     1054.7 3 
  1150.38 13 
  1306.92 19 
  2292.80 13 
   11.1 23 
   87 8 
   21.5 26 
  100 6 




  1238.24
  1142.55
   986.12
     0
(7/2+)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(9/2+)
5/2+
  2319.10 8 A   (5/2+,7/2,9/2+)     1332.97 8 
  1886.6 3 
  100 10 
   13.6 21 


   986.12
   432.604
(9/2+)
(5/2,7/2,9/2)+
  2351.51 11 A   (5/2+,7/2,9/2+)     1365.36 11 
  1919.0 4 
  100 7 
   33 6 


   986.12
   432.604
(9/2+)
(5/2,7/2,9/2)+
  2456.44 19 A        163.4 3 
  2023.9 4 
   94 21 
  100 21 


  2292.87
   432.604
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(5/2,7/2,9/2)+
  2459.78 13 A       1473.2 6 
  2026.88 25 
   23 8 
  100 13 


   986.12
   432.604
(9/2+)
(5/2,7/2,9/2)+
  2530.4 10   C      750.6
  100

  1779.79
(11/2-)
  2553.80 10 A       1315.64 10 
  1405.37 22 
  100 7 
   26 3 


  1238.24
  1148.20
(7/2+)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
  2621.39 14 A   (5/2+,7/2,9/2+)     1479.1 3 
  1635.20 15 
   16 3 
  100 8 


  1142.55
   986.12
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(9/2+)
  2737.44 17 A       2523.7 5 
  100

   213.431
(9/2)+
  2770.70 13 A   (GE7/2)      901.08 18 
   990.9 3 
  2557.5 4 
   89 11 
   92 18 
  100 17 



  1869.64
  1779.79
   213.431

(11/2-)
(9/2)+
  2773.99 25 A       1388.7 6 
  100

  1385.31

  2782.21 11 A   (5/2+,7/2,9/2+)     1397.7 5 
  2349.58 17 
  2568.59 20 
    9 3 
  100 9 
   63 5 



  1385.31
   432.604
   213.431

(5/2,7/2,9/2)+
(9/2)+
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  2869.07 11 A        595.87 13 
  1726.3 4 
  2869.23 18 
   50 7 
   18 4 
  100 8 



  2273.00
  1142.55
     0

(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
5/2+
  2886.46 9 A       1501.18 12 
  1738.4 9 
  2886.3 3 
  100 7 
   30 20 
   95 10 



  1385.31
  1148.20
     0

(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
5/2+
  2954.3 8   C (9/2,11/2,13/2)      882.1
  1174.5
  100
   30


  2072.2
  1779.79
(11/2+)
(11/2-)
  2979.90 10 A   3/2,5/2,7/2     1594.61 12 
  2766.48 17 
  100 6 
   69 5 


  1385.31
   213.431

(9/2)+
  3100.2 8   C (15/2-)      931.6
  1320.4
  100
   93


  2168.6
  1779.79
(13/2+)
(11/2-)
  3198.14 15 A       1812.76 21 
  100

  1385.31

  3233.01 14 A   (7/2-,9/2+)      776.4 4 
  1115.77 22 
  1452.7 7 
   56 19 
  100 15 
   54 20 



  2456.44
  2117.46
  1779.79


(11/2-)
  3256.40 12 A   (5/2+,7/2,9/2+)     2270.20 12 
  100

   986.12
(9/2+)
  3283.2 12   C (17/2+)     1114.6
  100

  2168.6
(13/2+)
  3307.7 12   C (15/2+)     1235.5
  100

  2072.2
(11/2+)
  3404.40 21 A   (5/2+,7/2)     1841.6 7 
  2256.2 9 
  2418.22 22 
   25 7 
   21 16 
  100 10 



  1562.96
  1148.20
   986.12
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(9/2+)
  3481.5 12   C     1409.3
  100

  2072.2
(11/2+)
  3603.18 11 A   (5/2+,7/2)      404.99 18 
  1284.0 4 
  2454.97 22 
  3389.8 9 
   11.1 18 
   31 7 
  100 11 
   13 4 




  3198.14
  2319.10
  1148.20
   213.431

(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(9/2)+
  3623.70 16 A       1164.36 25 
  1167.1 5 
  1578.0 3 
  1753.6 4 
   59 9 
   30 8 
  100 14 
   61 13 




  2459.78
  2456.44
  2045.57
  1869.64




E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  3772.0 10   C     1992.2
  100

  1779.79
(11/2-)
  3789.19 14 A   3/2,5/2,7/2     1470.13 22 
  1743.2 5 
  2403.5 6 
  2646.6 6 
  3789.3 3 
  100 11 
   59 17 
   34 8 
   92 28 
   80 10 





  2319.10
  2045.57
  1385.31
  1142.55
     0
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)


(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
5/2+
  3803.73 9 A   3/2-,5/2-,7/2-     1531.1 7 
  1892.70 24 
  1933.9 3 
  2661.08 22 
  3370.97 16 
  3803.98 19 
    4.1 12 
   11.1 13 
   16.4 26 
   19.8 19 
   72 4 
  100 6 






  2273.00
  1910.86
  1869.64
  1142.55
   432.604
     0



(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(5/2,7/2,9/2)+
5/2+
  3847.62 8 A   (7/2)-      867.74 16 
  1978.28 15 
  2461.98 19 
  2704.97 17 
  2861.34 15 
    6.6 8 
   72 5 
   43 4 
   92 6 
  100 6 





  2979.90
  1869.64
  1385.31
  1142.55
   986.12
3/2,5/2,7/2


(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(9/2+)
  3866.87 12 A   (5/2+,7/2)      610.1 4 
  1547.78 15 
  2724.60 25 
  2880.48 22 
   32 6 
   51 4 
  100 16 
   68 6 




  3256.40
  2319.10
  1142.55
   986.12
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(9/2+)
  3867.40 8 A   (7/2)-      981.1 3 
  1515.8 3 
  1574.71 22 
  1749.61 19 
  1821.86 13 
  1956.4 3 
  1997.8 6 
  2058.78 17 
  2087.4 3 
  3867.60 17 
    5.1 11 
    3.6 7 
    4.8 5 
    9.8 9 
   22.3 15 
    6.8 9 
    2.3 7 
   13.6 11 
    6.8 9 
  100 5 










  2886.46
  2351.51
  2292.87
  2117.46
  2045.57
  1910.86
  1869.64
  1808.44
  1779.79
     0

(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)




(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(11/2-)
5/2+
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  3869.9 10   C     2090.1
  100

  1779.79
(11/2-)
  3876.82 10 A   (5/2+,7/2)     1736.3 13 
  1831.10 22 
  2068.36 24 
  2491.20 22 
  2638.1 4 
  2734.0 10 
  2890.4 3 
  3876.7 3 
   26 13 
   51 6 
   35 4 
   96 10 
   69 9 
   14 6 
  100 9 
   51 6 








  2141.07
  2045.57
  1808.44
  1385.31
  1238.24
  1142.55
   986.12
     0
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)

(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)

(7/2+)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(9/2+)
5/2+
  3880.9 16   C (21/2+)      597.7
  100

  3283.2
(17/2+)
  3890.64 10 A   3/2-,5/2-,7/2-     1120.0 4 
  1836.4 6 
  2327.5 3 
  2505.20 15 
  3458.19 16 
  3890.5 3 
    2.0 6 
    8 5 
    3.1 5 
   22.0 14 
  100 5 
    5.6 6 






  2770.70
  2054.02
  1562.96
  1385.31
   432.604
     0
(GE7/2)

(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)

(5/2,7/2,9/2)+
5/2+
  3934.66 12 A   (5/2+,7/2)     1793.62 18 
  3502.6 4 
  3721.6 4 
  3934.34 18 
   27.5 25 
   55 9 
   15.5 25 
  100 5 




  2141.07
   432.604
   213.431
     0
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(5/2,7/2,9/2)+
(9/2)+
5/2+
  3954.94 8 A   3/2,5/2,7/2      351.74 11 
   721.99 17 
  1068.51 11 
  1494.85 15 
  1662.16 15 
  1900.94 12 
  2812.6 5 
  3954.2 12 
   10.9 11 
    8.3 11 
  100 9 
   38 3 
   60 5 
   76 5 
   18 4 
    6 3 








  3603.18
  3233.01
  2886.46
  2459.78
  2292.87
  2054.02
  1142.55
     0
(5/2+,7/2)
(7/2-,9/2+)


(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)

(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
5/2+
  4017.60 15 A   3/2,5/2,7/2     2147.6 3 
  2875.3 6 
  3585.4 5 
  4017.55 21 
   70 9 
   25 6 
   26 5 
  100 7 




  1869.64
  1142.55
   432.604
     0

(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(5/2,7/2,9/2)+
5/2+
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  4037.86 10 A   3/2,5/2,7/2     1483.96 24 
  1983.2 9 
  1991.8 3 
  2168.24 14 
  2229.44 12 
  2799.9 4 
    9.3 13 
    7 3 
   17.8 24 
   47 3 
  100 6 
   16 3 






  2553.80
  2054.02
  2045.57
  1869.64
  1808.44
  1238.24




(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(7/2+)
  4037.9 10   C     2258.1
  100

  1779.79
(11/2-)
  4041.9 3 A       1690.9 7 
  2262.0 3 
   43 15 
  100 14 


  2351.51
  1779.79
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(11/2-)
  4097.43 12 A   (7/2-)      473.8 6 
  1359.92 16 
  1745.7 5 
  2954.93 24 
  3664.75 19 
  3883.95 22 
    5.1 22 
   37 3 
   22 6 
   83 10 
  100 7 
   82 6 






  3623.70
  2737.44
  2351.51
  1142.55
   432.604
   213.431


(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(5/2,7/2,9/2)+
(9/2)+
  4156.4 10   C     2376.6
  100

  1779.79
(11/2-)
  4336.12 24 A   3/2,5/2,7/2     1138.0 3 
  2773.2 4 
  100 16 
   60 10 


  3198.14
  1562.96

(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
  4461.10 15 A   3/2,5/2,7/2     1204.9 7 
  2550.06 22 
  2652.62 22 
  4461.4 4 
   16 7 
   86 8 
  100 10 
   25 3 




  3256.40
  1910.86
  1808.44
     0
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)

(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
5/2+
  4470.8 16   C      989.3
  100

  3481.5

  4509.26 12 A   3/2(-),5/2,7/2      661.64 11 
  3366.6 3 
  100 19 
   81 10 


  3847.62
  1142.55
(7/2)-
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
  4577.6 3 A   3/2,5/2,7/2     1803.6 3 
  2258.4 4 
   91 13 
  100 20 


  2773.99
  2319.10

(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
  4596.8 16   C (19/2+)     1289.1
  100

  3307.7
(15/2+)
  4620.20 16 A   3/2-,5/2-,7/2-      602.6 4 
   831.2 3 
  1838.0 4 
  1882.9 4 
  3477.39 24 
   37 7 
   13 3 
  100 37 
   22 4 
   57 5 





  4017.60
  3789.19
  2782.21
  2737.44
  1142.55
3/2,5/2,7/2
3/2,5/2,7/2
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)

(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  4714.64 13 A   3/2,5/2,7/2      205.2 6 
   910.91 14 
  3572.05 25 
  4281.9 3 
   35 18 
   48 5 
  100 9 
   57 5 




  4509.26
  3803.73
  1142.55
   432.604
3/2(-),5/2,7/2
3/2-,5/2-,7/2-
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(5/2,7/2,9/2)+
  4790.38 25 A   3/2,5/2,7/2     1533.8 3 
  2170.4 16 
  2334.0 5 
  3642.4 6 
  100 15 
   37 37 
   46 10 
   69 15 




  3256.40
  2621.39
  2456.44
  1148.20
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)

(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
  4797.0 19   C (25/2+)      916.1
  100

  3880.9
(21/2+)
  4913.09 13 A   (7/2)-     2043.82 17 
  2359.45 16 
  2620.2 6 
  3104.1 8 
  3133.1 8 
  3770.4 3 
   94 7 
  100 7 
   26 6 
   22 7 
   27 8 
   55 6 






  2869.07
  2553.80
  2292.87
  1808.44
  1779.79
  1142.55


(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(11/2-)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
  4991.28 14 A   (7/2)-     1100.63 12 
  1202.4 7 
  3211.6 6 
  3848.7 7 
  4004.5 8 
  100 9 
   26 12 
   62 13 
   59 13 
   43 11 





  3890.64
  3789.19
  1779.79
  1142.55
   986.12
3/2-,5/2-,7/2-
3/2,5/2,7/2
(11/2-)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(9/2+)
  5012.24 14 A   3/2,5/2,7/2     1077.60 17 
  1208.55 19 
  1222.7 4 
  2958.1 6 
   28 3 
   96 12 
   43 10 
  100 26 




  3934.66
  3803.73
  3789.19
  2054.02
(5/2+,7/2)
3/2-,5/2-,7/2-
3/2,5/2,7/2

  5333.9 19   C      863.1
  100

  4470.8

  5384.67 12 A   3/2-,5/2-,7/2-     1507.77 14 
  2602.38 22 
  2614.1 3 
  3821.9 4 
  4242.1 5 
   68 5 
  100 9 
   37 5 
   28 4 
   22 3 





  3876.82
  2782.21
  2770.70
  1562.96
  1142.55
(5/2+,7/2)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(GE7/2)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  5395.5 4 A   (5/2-,7/2-)     2624.8 5 
  4009.9 12 
  4156.6 6 
  5396.7 9 
   96 20 
   55 20 
  100 20 
   31 7 




  2770.70
  1385.31
  1238.24
     0
(GE7/2)

(7/2+)
5/2+
  5413.6 3 A   3/2(-) TO 7/2(-)     3296.1 10 
  3544.0 8 
  4271.23 19 ?
   21 9 
   47 16 
  100 7 



  2117.46
  1869.64
  1142.55


(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
  5601.3 9 ?A       3547.2 9 ?
  100

  2054.02

  5631.2 9 ?A       2398.3 3 ?
  3172.1 4 ?
  3338.0 4 ?
  4645.0 9 
   63 9 
  100 14 
   70 12 
   23 7 




  3233.01
  2459.78
  2292.87
   986.12
(7/2-,9/2+)

(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(9/2+)
  5775.5 4 ?A       1439.6 5 ?
  1908.1 6 ?
  4627.0 5 ?
   88 29 
   95 31 
  100 14 



  4336.12
  3867.40
  1148.20
3/2,5/2,7/2
(7/2)-
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
  6000.51 16 ?A       1491.25 24 ?
  2377.0 3 ?
  3113.85 24 ?
  3226.4 3 ?
  4615.4 9 ?
   29 4 
   32 5 
  100 9 
   71 7 
   10 3 





  4509.26
  3623.70
  2886.46
  2773.99
  1385.31
3/2(-),5/2,7/2




  6096.7 3 ?A       2206.2 3 ?
  4947.5 6 ?
  4953.9 11 ?
  100 14 
   38 7 
   20 5 



  3890.64
  1148.20
  1142.55
3/2-,5/2-,7/2-
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
  6260.73 21 ?A       3027.6 11 ?
  3486.9 7 ?
  3706.6 7 ?
  3941.7 4 ?
  4481.2 6 ?
  4875.1 3 ?
   28 12 
   39 10 
   42 10 
   64 13 
   34 6 
  100 8 






  3233.01
  2773.99
  2553.80
  2319.10
  1779.79
  1385.31
(7/2-,9/2+)


(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(11/2-)

  6272.70 21 ?A        859.05 18 ?
  3403.56 18 ?
   18.3 23 
  100 6 


  5413.6
  2869.07
3/2(-) TO 7/2(-)

E(level)
(keV)
XREFJπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
  6277.40 22 ?A       2386.72 23 ?
  2674.2 4 ?
  100 11 
   47 9 


  3890.64
  3603.18
3/2-,5/2-,7/2-
(5/2+,7/2)
  6707.42 22 ?A       2903.6 3 ?
  4250.9 7 ?
  4387.9 4 ?
  4899.4 5 ?
  100 12 
   22 5 
   52 6 
   22 3 




  3803.73
  2456.44
  2319.10
  1808.44
3/2-,5/2-,7/2-

(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)
(5/2+,7/2,9/2+)

E(level): From least-squares fit to Eγ, except as noted; transitions with uncertain placement are omitted from the fit unless all transitions deexciting a given level are of this character, and 1 keV uncertainty is assumed for transitions for which the authors failed to state an uncertainty. Note that additional levels exist in the vicinity of 4250 keV and 5200 keV as evidenced by the β- strength distribution deduced from absorption γ spectrometry (see 93Rb β- decay); these are not included here because specific energies have not been determined. Tentative E(level) values proposed for n-emitting levels in 93Rb β-n decay (E=5300-6600) have also been omitted here.

Jπ(level): Values given without comment are very tentative suggestions from 2003Hw01 in 252Cf SF decay; they are based on the correspondence between level energies in 93Sr and the yrast levels of 94Sr which suggests a weak stretched or ’stretched-minus-one’ coupling of a d5/2 neutron hole to levels in a 94Sr core. Note that a number of Jπ values shown here depend critically on tentative assignments of (9/2)+ and (11/2-) to the 213 and 1780 levels, respectively.

M(γ): From α(K)exp in 93Rb β- decay.

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Band Transitions:

E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 1 - 5/2+ yrast band.
     0 5/2+ 7.43 m 3 
% β- = 100
     
   986.12 5  (9/2+)      986.05 6 
  100

     0
5/2+
  2168.6 4  (13/2+)      388.8
  1182.5
   16
  100


  1779.79
   986.12
(11/2-)
(9/2+)
  3283.2 12  (17/2+)     1114.6
  100

  2168.6
(13/2+)
  3880.9 16  (21/2+)      597.7
  100

  3283.2
(17/2+)
  4797.0 19  (25/2+)      916.1
  100

  3880.9
(21/2+)
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 2 - (11/2-) band.
  1779.79 7  (11/2-)        
  3100.2 8  (15/2-)      931.6
  1320.4
  100
   93


  2168.6
  1779.79
(13/2+)
(11/2-)
E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level) T1/2(level)E(γ)I(γ)M(γ)Final Levels
Band 3 - (7/2+) band.
  1238.24 7  (7/2+)        
  2072.2 4  (11/2+)      292.4
   833.9
  100
   55


  1779.79
  1238.24
(11/2-)
(7/2+)
  3307.7 12  (15/2+)     1235.5
  100

  2072.2
(11/2+)
  4596.8 16  (19/2+)     1289.1
  100

  3307.7
(15/2+)

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Additional Gamma Data:













E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level)T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
MultipolarityConversion
Coefficient
Additional Data
   213.431 (9/2)+ 4.3 ns 1     213.429 11 E20.0639B(E2)(W.u.)=11.2 3, α=0.0639
   432.604 (5/2,7/2,9/2)+ < 0.3 ns    219.16 6 M1,E20.039α=0.039 19
(5/2,7/2,9/2)+ < 0.3 ns    432.61 3 M1,E20.0047α=0.0047 11

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Additional Level Data and Comments:

E(level)Jπ(level)T1/2(level)Comments
     05/2+ 7.43 m 3 
% β- = 100
Q=+0.258 11, μ=-0.7926 12
μ: from fast ion beam collinear LASER spectroscopy (1990Bu12 and 1990Li28); value relative to 87Sr.
E(level): μ: from fast ion beam collinear LASER spectroscopy (1990Bu12 and 1990Li28); value relative to 87Sr. From 252Cf SF decay. 5/2+ yrast band.
   986.12(9/2+)   E(level): From 252Cf SF decay. 5/2+ yrast band.
  1238.24(7/2+)   E(level): (7/2+) band.
  1779.79(11/2-)   E(level): (11/2-) band.
  2072.2(11/2+)   E(level): (7/2+) band.
  2168.6(13/2+)   E(level): From 252Cf SF decay. 5/2+ yrast band.
  3100.2(15/2-)   E(level): (11/2-) band.
  3283.2(17/2+)   E(level): From 252Cf SF decay. 5/2+ yrast band.
  3307.7(15/2+)   E(level): (7/2+) band.
  3880.9(21/2+)   E(level): From 252Cf SF decay. 5/2+ yrast band.
  4596.8(19/2+)   1289γ to (15/2+) 3308.
E(level): 1289γ to (15/2+) 3308. (7/2+) band.
  4797.0(25/2+)   916γ to (21/2+) 3881.
E(level): 916γ to (21/2+) 3881. From 252Cf SF decay. 5/2+ yrast band.
  5601.3   E(level): Total absorption γ spectrometry data in 93Rb β- decay indicate β- population of level(s) at, or near, this energy. However, the β feeding is very much weaker than implied by the presence of the transitions shown tentatively deexciting this level. Those gammas are probably misplaced; if so, the stated level energy would no longer be meaningful, but some level(s) would exist within maybe 50 keV of this value. Provided only one level is being fed, log f1ut<8.5 so J=3/2,5/2,7/2.
Jπ(level): Total absorption γ spectrometry data in 93Rb β- decay indicate β- population of level(s) at, or near, this energy. However, the β feeding is very much weaker than implied by the presence of the transitions shown tentatively deexciting this level. Those gammas are probably misplaced; if so, the stated level energy would no longer be meaningful, but some level(s) would exist within maybe 50 keV of this value. Provided only one level is being fed, log f1ut<8.5 so J=3/2,5/2,7/2.
  5631.2   E(level): Total absorption γ spectrometry data in 93Rb β- decay indicate β- population of level(s) at, or near, this energy. However, the β feeding is very much weaker than implied by the presence of the transitions shown tentatively deexciting this level. Those gammas are probably misplaced; if so, the stated level energy would no longer be meaningful, but some level(s) would exist within maybe 50 keV of this value. Provided only one level is being fed, log f1ut<8.5 so J=3/2,5/2,7/2.
Jπ(level): Total absorption γ spectrometry data in 93Rb β- decay indicate β- population of level(s) at, or near, this energy. However, the β feeding is very much weaker than implied by the presence of the transitions shown tentatively deexciting this level. Those gammas are probably misplaced; if so, the stated level energy would no longer be meaningful, but some level(s) would exist within maybe 50 keV of this value. Provided only one level is being fed, log f1ut<8.5 so J=3/2,5/2,7/2.
  5775.5   E(level): Total absorption γ spectrometry data in 93Rb β- decay indicate β- population of level(s) at, or near, this energy. However, the β feeding is very much weaker than implied by the presence of the transitions shown tentatively deexciting this level. Those gammas are probably misplaced; if so, the stated level energy would no longer be meaningful, but some level(s) would exist within maybe 50 keV of this value. Provided only one level is being fed, log f1ut<8.5 so J=3/2,5/2,7/2.
Jπ(level): Total absorption γ spectrometry data in 93Rb β- decay indicate β- population of level(s) at, or near, this energy. However, the β feeding is very much weaker than implied by the presence of the transitions shown tentatively deexciting this level. Those gammas are probably misplaced; if so, the stated level energy would no longer be meaningful, but some level(s) would exist within maybe 50 keV of this value. Provided only one level is being fed, log f1ut<8.5 so J=3/2,5/2,7/2.
  6000.51   E(level): Total absorption γ spectrometry data in 93Rb β- decay indicate β- population of level(s) at, or near, this energy. However, the β feeding is very much weaker than implied by the presence of the transitions shown tentatively deexciting this level. Those gammas are probably misplaced; if so, the stated level energy would no longer be meaningful, but some level(s) would exist within maybe 50 keV of this value. Provided only one level is being fed, log f1ut<8.5 so J=3/2,5/2,7/2.
Jπ(level): Total absorption γ spectrometry data in 93Rb β- decay indicate β- population of level(s) at, or near, this energy. However, the β feeding is very much weaker than implied by the presence of the transitions shown tentatively deexciting this level. Those gammas are probably misplaced; if so, the stated level energy would no longer be meaningful, but some level(s) would exist within maybe 50 keV of this value. Provided only one level is being fed, log f1ut<8.5 so J=3/2,5/2,7/2.
  6096.7   E(level): Total absorption γ spectrometry data in 93Rb β- decay indicate β- population of level(s) at, or near, this energy. However, the β feeding is very much weaker than implied by the presence of the transitions shown tentatively deexciting this level. Those gammas are probably misplaced; if so, the stated level energy would no longer be meaningful, but some level(s) would exist within maybe 50 keV of this value. Provided only one level is being fed, log f1ut<8.5 so J=3/2,5/2,7/2.
Jπ(level): Total absorption γ spectrometry data in 93Rb β- decay indicate β- population of level(s) at, or near, this energy. However, the β feeding is very much weaker than implied by the presence of the transitions shown tentatively deexciting this level. Those gammas are probably misplaced; if so, the stated level energy would no longer be meaningful, but some level(s) would exist within maybe 50 keV of this value. Provided only one level is being fed, log f1ut<8.5 so J=3/2,5/2,7/2.
  6260.73   E(level): Total absorption γ spectrometry data in 93Rb β- decay indicate β- population of level(s) at, or near, this energy. However, the β feeding is very much weaker than implied by the presence of the transitions shown tentatively deexciting this level. Those gammas are probably misplaced; if so, the stated level energy would no longer be meaningful, but some level(s) would exist within maybe 50 keV of this value. Provided only one level is being fed, log f1ut<8.5 so J=3/2,5/2,7/2.
Jπ(level): Total absorption γ spectrometry data in 93Rb β- decay indicate β- population of level(s) at, or near, this energy. However, the β feeding is very much weaker than implied by the presence of the transitions shown tentatively deexciting this level. Those gammas are probably misplaced; if so, the stated level energy would no longer be meaningful, but some level(s) would exist within maybe 50 keV of this value. Provided only one level is being fed, log f1ut<8.5 so J=3/2,5/2,7/2.
  6272.70   E(level): Total absorption γ spectrometry data in 93Rb β- decay indicate β- population of level(s) at, or near, this energy. However, the β feeding is very much weaker than implied by the presence of the transitions shown tentatively deexciting this level. Those gammas are probably misplaced; if so, the stated level energy would no longer be meaningful, but some level(s) would exist within maybe 50 keV of this value. Provided only one level is being fed, log f1ut<8.5 so J=3/2,5/2,7/2.
Jπ(level): Total absorption γ spectrometry data in 93Rb β- decay indicate β- population of level(s) at, or near, this energy. However, the β feeding is very much weaker than implied by the presence of the transitions shown tentatively deexciting this level. Those gammas are probably misplaced; if so, the stated level energy would no longer be meaningful, but some level(s) would exist within maybe 50 keV of this value. Provided only one level is being fed, log f1ut<8.5 so J=3/2,5/2,7/2.
  6277.40   E(level): Total absorption γ spectrometry data in 93Rb β- decay indicate β- population of level(s) at, or near, this energy. However, the β feeding is very much weaker than implied by the presence of the transitions shown tentatively deexciting this level. Those gammas are probably misplaced; if so, the stated level energy would no longer be meaningful, but some level(s) would exist within maybe 50 keV of this value. Provided only one level is being fed, log f1ut<8.5 so J=3/2,5/2,7/2.
Jπ(level): Total absorption γ spectrometry data in 93Rb β- decay indicate β- population of level(s) at, or near, this energy. However, the β feeding is very much weaker than implied by the presence of the transitions shown tentatively deexciting this level. Those gammas are probably misplaced; if so, the stated level energy would no longer be meaningful, but some level(s) would exist within maybe 50 keV of this value. Provided only one level is being fed, log f1ut<8.5 so J=3/2,5/2,7/2.
  6707.42   E(level): Total absorption γ spectrometry data in 93Rb β- decay indicate β- population of level(s) at, or near, this energy. However, the β feeding is very much weaker than implied by the presence of the transitions shown tentatively deexciting this level. Those gammas are probably misplaced; if so, the stated level energy would no longer be meaningful, but some level(s) would exist within maybe 50 keV of this value. Provided only one level is being fed, log f1ut<8.5 so J=3/2,5/2,7/2.
Jπ(level): Total absorption γ spectrometry data in 93Rb β- decay indicate β- population of level(s) at, or near, this energy. However, the β feeding is very much weaker than implied by the presence of the transitions shown tentatively deexciting this level. Those gammas are probably misplaced; if so, the stated level energy would no longer be meaningful, but some level(s) would exist within maybe 50 keV of this value. Provided only one level is being fed, log f1ut<8.5 so J=3/2,5/2,7/2.

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Additional Gamma Comments:

E(level)E(gamma)Comments
  2072.2   292.4E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
   833.9E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  2168.6   388.8E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  1182.5E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  2530.4   750.6E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  2954.3   882.1E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  1174.5E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  3100.2   931.6E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  1320.4E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  3283.2  1114.6E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  3307.7  1235.5E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  3481.5  1409.3E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  3772.0  1992.2E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  3869.9  2090.1E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  3880.9   597.7E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  4037.9  2258.1E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  4156.4  2376.6E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  4470.8   989.3E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  4596.8  1289.1E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  4797.0   916.1E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
  5333.9   863.1E(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.
I(γ): From 252Cf SF decay.

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