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|Title:||Energy Levels in Samarium 151|
|Keywords:||energy levels, beta, decay, Pm151, samarium, spectrometer|
|Abstract:||<p> The energy levels of Sm151 populated in the beta decay of Pm151 have been studied with the aid of magnetic spectrometers. The internal and external conversion spectra were examined with a π√2 spectrometer of 50 cm radius. A Gerholm-type double lens coincidence spectrometer was used to perform electron-beta, electron-electron, electron-gamma and gamma-beta coincidence experiments. In addition, precise measurements of the transition energies obtained by Geiger and Graham (1962) with the Chalk River π√2 iron-free spectrometer are included. A decay scheme based on these results is proposed and speculations are made concerning the possible interpretation of the levels on the basis of the Nilsson model. The results are also compared with other recently published data on this decay.</p>|
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