An Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of the Odd-Parity Spectrum of the Cl34 Nucleus.
AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
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An experimental and theoretical study of the odd-parity states in Cl34 has been made to identify major components of the 1d32-1f72 and 1d32-2p32 spectra. Resonances in the S33 p, gamma Cl34 reaction at proton energies of 1058, 1098, and 1121 keV were investigated using an 80 cc GeLi detector. A revised Q-value, Q 5139.9 plus or minus 0.9 keV, and the excitation energies of fourteen bound levels, 2.3 MeV or E sub x or 4.7 MeV, were obtained, and decay schemes of the three resonance levels and eleven odd-parity bound states were deduced from the gamma-ray spectra. The spins of several odd-parity levels were also determined. A six-particle shell-model calculation yielding energies and wavefunctions of odd-parity levels in mass-33 and mass-34 nuclei was also performed. Author
- Nuclear Physics and Elementary Particle Physics