APPLICATION OF AN ANTICOINCIDENCE-SHIELDED SCINTILLATION SPECTROMETER TO THE STUDY OF THE N14(P,GAMMA)015 REACTION.
NAVAL ORDNANCE LAB WHITE OAK MD
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A gamma-ray spectrometer was built using a liquidscintillator anticoincidence shield for a 5 in dia x 10 in long NaIT1 crystal. The spectrometer was used to study radiation from the N14p, gamma015 reaction for proton energies of from 0.97 to 1.96 MeV. Decay schemes for the 8.29, 8.75, 8.92, and 8.98 Mev levels in 015 were derived. Author