Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. S.I. Sukhoruchkin, Z.N. Soroko
    Pages 1-29
  3. S.I. Sukhoruchkin, Z.N. Soroko
    Pages 30-33
  4. S.I. Sukhoruchkin, Z.N. Soroko
    Pages 34-34
  5. S.I. Sukhoruchkin, Z.N. Soroko
    Pages 35-37
  6. S.I. Sukhoruchkin, Z.N. Soroko
    Pages 38-39
  7. S.I. Sukhoruchkin, Z.N. Soroko
    Pages 40-40
  8. S.I. Sukhoruchkin, Z.N. Soroko
    Pages 41-41
  9. S.I. Sukhoruchkin, Z.N. Soroko
    Pages 42-44
  10. S.I. Sukhoruchkin, Z.N. Soroko
    Pages 45-45
  11. S.I. Sukhoruchkin, Z.N. Soroko
    Pages 46-46
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    Pages 47-47
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    Pages 48-48
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    Pages 49-49
  15. S.I. Sukhoruchkin, Z.N. Soroko
    Pages 50-50
  16. S.I. Sukhoruchkin, Z.N. Soroko
    Pages 51-51
  17. S.I. Sukhoruchkin, Z.N. Soroko
    Pages 52-52
  18. S.I. Sukhoruchkin, Z.N. Soroko
    Pages 53-53
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  20. S.I. Sukhoruchkin, Z.N. Soroko
    Pages 55-57

About this book

Introduction

Nuclear level schemes and resonance parameters are of great interest for nuclear spectroscopy, for astrophysical models, thermonuclear calculations and for other applications. Parameters for nuclear levels of stable nuclei have been published in the Volumes I/16B, I/18A, B, C, and in I/19A1, A2. In the Volumes I/19A, B further data obtained from transfer reactions are presented. Volume I/19C contains the data of unstable nuclei far from the stability region which have been deduced from reactions other than transfer reactions (e.g. beta decay, spallation reactions, or inverse reactions). The data in these volumes should be considered as the most complete data collection for nuclear levels. The contents of the various volumes can be characterized in the following way: Data for unbound states (resonances) I/16B, C Low lying levels, neutron-induced resonances (I/16A contains general information on neutron physics) I/19A Highly excited levels above the low lying states, unbound states from charged-particle reactions (Z = 2 to 18 in I/19A1, Z = 19 to 83 in I/19A2) Data for bound states (stable nuclei) I/18A, B, C Low lying levels (Z = 2 to 36 in I/18A, Z = 37 to 62 in I/18B, Z = 63 to 100 in I/18C) In I/18A the theoretical methods of treating nuclei are summarized, in particular those for deformed nuclei. I/19B Excited levels from charged-particle reactions (Z = 3 to 36 in I/19B1, Z = 37 to 62 in I/19B2, Z = 63 to 99 in I/19B3)

Keywords

Neutron branching ratios charged particle reactions cross sections energy levels excited states gamma transitions ground state nuclear states pickup reaction spectroscopic factors

Editors and affiliations

  • H. Schopper
    • 1
  1. 1.CernGenevaSwitzerland

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-75278-3
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2008
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Physics and Astronomy
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-75277-6
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-75278-3
  • Series Online ISSN 1616-9522
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