Beta decay studies of neutron rich nuclei using total absorption gamma-ray spectroscopy and delayed neutron measurements
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A complete characterisation of the β-decay of neutron-rich nuclei can be obtained from the measurement of β -delayed gamma rays and, whenever the process is energetically possible, β -delayed neutrons. The accurate determination of the β-intensity distribution and the β -delayed neutron emission probability is of great relevance in the elds of reactor technology and nuclear astrophysics. A programme for combined measurements using the total absorption gamma-ray spectroscopy technique and both neutron counters and neutron time-of-flight spectrometers is presented.
CitationTain, J.L. [et al.]. Beta decay studies of neutron rich nuclei using total absorption gamma-ray spectroscopy and delayed neutron measurements. "Journal of the Korean Physical Society", 11 Agost 2011, vol. 59, núm. 2, p. 1499-1502.
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