Theoretical Predictions for Beta-Delayed One- and Two-Proton Emission

Siiskonen, T.; Lipas, P. O.
June 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 518 Issue 1, p164
Academic Journal
Theoretical estimates for isospin-forbidden beta-delayed proton and two-proton emission are calculated in a shell-model framework. The parent nuclei studied are [sub23]A1 and [sub31]Ar. The results are compared to new experimental data. The reliability of the shell-model estimates is discussed


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