Capture gamma-ray spectroscopy with [sup 107]Ag, [sup 109]Ag and [sup 115]In for parity violation and nuclear structure studies

Zanini, L.; Becˇva´rˇ, F.; Corvi, F.; Honza´tko, I.; Krticˇka, M.; Postma, H.; Tomandl, I.
July 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 529 Issue 1, p719
Academic Journal
Recent results from measurements performed at the GELINA and Rˇezˇ reactor facilities in the neutron resonance and thermal energy regions with targets of [sup 107,109]Ag and [sup 115]In are presented. These measurements are of interest for parity violation and photon strength function studies. © 2000 American Institute of Physics.


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