Gamma-gamma Angular Correlation Studies For 142ce
Physical Review C
American Physical Society
Gamma-gamma angular correlations for several cascades in 142Ce were measured using a four-detector system. In a recent publication the level at 1219 keV was assigned 22+ in contradiction to a previous assignment of 41+. This makes 142Ce completely different from any known nucleus in the same region. It is shown, however, that this level is, in fact, completely consistent with 4+ and is in agreement with systematics.
RADIOACTIVITY 142La [from 235U(n, f))], measured γ-γ(θ), deduced Jπ, δ, mass-separated 142La activity, Ge detectors.
Repository citation: Wolf, A.; Chung, C.; Walters, W. B.; Gill, R. L.; Shmid, M.; Chrien, R. E.; and Peaslee, Graham F., "Gamma-gamma Angular Correlation Studies For 142ce" (1983). Faculty Publications. Paper 1122.
Published in: Physical Review C, Issue 1, July 1, 1983, pages 352-354. Copyright © 1983 American Physical Society.