Mass Differences of Proton-Rich Atoms Near A = 116 and A = 190
The members of the UNISOR consortium have been studying the structure of proton-rich nuclei through radioactivity measurements,1 making use of heavy ion beams of 12C and 16O provided by ORIC, the Oak Ridge Isochronous Cyclotron. As a part of these investigations positron spectra have been measured; in this report we discuss the positron endpoint energies and their interpretation in terms of QEC.
KeywordsIodine Half Life Xenon Cylin Summing
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