Cascade γ-decay of heavy compound nucleus. Experimental picture for excitation energy region E[sub ex]=B[sub n]

Khitrov, V. A.; Sukhovoj, A. M.
July 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 529 Issue 1, p637
Academic Journal
Analysis of the two-step cascade intensities in 42 nuclei from the mass range 114≤A≤200 allowed one to get realistic picture of the coexistence and interaction of the quasiparticle and phonon excitations of a nucleus below the neutron binding energy B[sub n]. Correct theoretical description of nuclear properties in this excitation energy interval is, probably, impossible without accounting for nuclear transition at E[sub ex]=3-4 MeV from one type of excitations to another. © 2000 American Institute of Physics.


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