ADOPTED LEVELS, GAMMAS for 96Y

Authors: D. Abriola, A.A. Sonzogni |  Citation: Nucl. Data Sheets 109, 2501 (2008) |  Cutoff date: 1-Apr-2008 

 Full ENSDF file | Adopted Levels (PDF version) 


Q(β-)=7103 keV 6S(n)= 5202 keV 10S(p)= 10508 keV 9Q(α)= -5994 keV 9
Reference: 2012WA38

References:
  A  96Sr β- decay 

General Comments:

The 9.6 s isomer has been observed as a fission product in reactors using LOHENGRIN (1978St02), JOSEF (1987St12), as well as U(p,f) in IGISOL (2007Ch07).

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
     0A 0- 5.34 s 5 
% β- = 100
     
   122.297 3 A 1- 203 ps 6     122.297 3 
  100
M1
     0
0-
   652.29 6 A 2- ≤ 21 ps    530.0 1 
   652.3 1 
  100 4 
    5.1 17 
M1+E2
[E2]
   122.297
     0
1-
0-
   718.70 8 A 1+,2+      596.4 1 
  100

   122.297
1-
   931.70 3 A 1+ ≤ 21 ps    213.0 1 
   279.4 1 
   809.40 3 
   931.7 1 
    1.06 21 
   11.5 5 
  100 3 
   16.4 11 
M1+(E2)
E1+M2
E1(+M2)

   718.70
   652.29
   122.297
     0
1+,2+
2-
1-
0-
  1140 30   8+ 9.6 s 2 
% β- = 100
     
  1287.89 17 A      356.0 2 
  1166.0 5 
  100 14 
   14 7 


   931.70
   122.297
1+
1-
  1983.58 18 A 1+      695.4 3 
  1052.6 7 
  1331.6 4 
  1861.3 5 
  1983.5 3 
   18.0 20 
   20 8 
   32 8 
    8 4 
  100 12 





  1287.89
   931.70
   652.29
   122.297
     0

1+
2-
1-
0-

E(level): From least-squares fit to Eγ, unless otherwise noted.

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Additional Gamma Data:















E(level)
(keV)
Jπ(level)T1/2(level)E(γ)
(keV)
MultipolarityMixing
Ratio
Conversion
Coefficient
Additional Data
   122.297 1- 203 ps 6     122.297 3 M1 0.1043B(M1)(W.u.)=0.0537 16, α=0.1043, α(K)=0.0917 13, α(L)=0.01053 15, α(M)=0.00180 3, α(N)=0.000242 4, α(O)=1.650×10-5 23, α(N+)=0.000258 4
   652.29 2- ≤ 21 ps    530.0 1 M1+E2-0.11 +3-40.00254B(E2)(W.u.)>0.13, B(M1)(W.u.)>0.0066, α=0.00254 4, α(K)=0.00224 4, α(L)=0.000247 4, α(M)=4.22E-5 6, α(N)=5.68E-6 9, α(O)=3.98E-7 6, α(N+)=6.08E-6 9
2- ≤ 21 ps    652.3 1 [E2] 0.00183B(E2)(W.u.)>0.42, α=0.00183 3, α(K)=0.001612 23, α(L)=0.000182 3, α(M)=3.10E-5 5, α(N)=4.14E-6 6, α(O)=2.78E-7 4, α(N+)=4.42E-6 7
   931.70 1+ ≤ 21 ps    213.0 1 M1+(E2)0.0 40.024B(M1)(W.u.)>0.00089, α=0.024 6, α(K)=0.021 6, α(L)=0.0024 8, α(M)=0.00041 13, α(N)=5.5×10-5 16, α(O)=3.8E-6 8, α(N+)=5.8E-5 17
1+ ≤ 21 ps    279.4 1 E1+M2-0.05 20.00566α=0.00566 15, α(K)=0.00500 13, α(L)=0.000550 15, α(M)=9.4×10-5 3, α(N)=1.25E-5 4, α(O)=8.45E-7 24, α(N+)=1.34E-5 4
1+ ≤ 21 ps    809.40 3 E1(+M2)0.00 10.000409B(E1)(W.u.)>2.2E-5, α=0.000409 6, α(K)=0.000362 5, α(L)=3.91E-5 6, α(M)=6.67E-6 10, α(N)=8.97E-7 13, α(O)=6.26E-8 9, α(N+)=9.60E-7 14

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Additional Level Data and Comments:

E(level)Jπ(level)T1/2(level)Comments
     00- 5.34 s 5 
% β- = 100
Δ<r2>(96Y,89Y)=+0.82 8 (syst uncertainty, 2007Ch07).
  11408+ 9.6 s 2 
% β- = 100
Q=-0.98 11, μ=+6.57 3
μ,Q from laser spectroscopy (2007Ch07).

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Additional Gamma Comments:

E(level)E(gamma)Comments
   122.297   122.297M(γ): From α(K)exp, γγ(θ) and the observation that γ feeds the level with J=0
   931.70   213.0M(γ): From α(K)exp and RUL

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