QEC-Values of some Neutron-Deficient Ag Isotopes
Recently, extensive studies on the decay of neutron-deficient Ag isotopes have been performed at LISOL, the Leuven Isotope Separator On Line. We found evidence for the new isotopes 99Agg (124 sec), 99Agm(15 sec), 98Ag(44.5 sec) and 97Ag(21 sec)1. These and some heavier Ag nuclides have been studied using singles γ and β measurements as well as γ-γ-t and β-γ-t coincidence measurements. We report here the results for the disintegration energies of the Ag-isotopes ranging from mass 98 to 102.
KeywordsChannel Number Coincidence Measurement Source 90Sr 92Mo Target ISOLDE Facility
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