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  • 1
    ISSN: 1572-9486
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Physics
    Notes: Abstract The spectrum of γ-radiation of the radioactive isotope170Lu was studied by means of two Ge(Li) coaxial semiconductor detectors. Around 150γ-transitions belonging to the decay of170Lu were found and their relative intensities were determined. Using the relative intensities of the conversional electrons from other works the internal conversional coefficients and the multipolarities of γ-ray transitions in the170Yb nucleus were established. Twenty new excited levels of the170Yb nucleus were introduced. A comparison of the experimental results with the predictions of the superfluid and Davydov models is made. The possible existence of Iπ=O− excited states in the level scheme of170Yb is discussed.
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  • 2
    ISSN: 1572-9486
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Physics
    Notes: Abstract The investigation of different silver isotope decay gamma-rays fromA=102 toA=113 was made using two Ge(Li) detectors with resolution 3·7–6 keV. The results obtained and data from other papers were analyzed to correct and to complete the decay schemes of these nuclei. The radioactivity having a half-time of 3 min. is considered as a new isotope of97Ag. Three new states were added to the level scheme of102Ag in agreement with the results of the Β-gamma and gamma-gamma coincidences. Two gamma-ray transitions were added to the scheme of excited levels of103Pd. About 60 transitions were found in the decay of the two known isomers of104Ag. Most of them are located in the decay scheme of the 19 excited levels of the104Pd isotope. Positive parity was assigned to all of them. The112Ag and113Ag gamma-ray spectra were first obtained with the aid of a Ge(Li) spectrometer. The observed transitions were placed in a decay scheme containing 16 levels in the case of112Cd and 5 levels in the case of113Cd. The properties of the low excited even-even isotope states of Ru, Pd and Cd are discussed and compared.
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