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Neutron resonance spectroscopy: $sup 209$Bi

By U.N. Singh, J. Rainwater, H.I. Liout, G. Hacken and J.B. Garg


Neutron time-of-flight transmission measurements were made on several samples of $sup 209$Bi by using the Nevis Synchrocyclotron of Columbia University. The resonance parameters are given for 29 levels to 75 keV. Out of the 29 observed levels 10 were l = 0 and 19 were l = 1 levels. The implied s and p strength functions are 10$sup 4$S$sub 0$ = (0.60$sup +0$.$sup 39$/sub -0.21/) and 10$sup 4$S$sub 1$ + (0.19$sup +0$.$sup 08$/sub -0.05/). 1 figure, 2 tables. (auth

Topics: Level Widths, S Waves, 643205*, P Waves, N68931 --Physics (Nuclear, Experimental)--Nuclear Properties & Reactions, 190 <= A <= 219--Energy Levels & Transitions, Strength Functions Bismuth 209-- Ev Range 100-1000-- Intermediate Neutrons-- Kev Range 01-10-- Neutron Reactions-- Total Cross Sections, N68951* --Physics (Nuclear, Experimental)--Nuclear Properties & Reactions, 190 <= A <= 219--Nuclear Reactions & Scattering, Resonance, Spin, Bismuth 210-- Energy Levels
Publisher: Columbia Univ., New York (USA)
Year: 1975
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