E2, M1 multipole mixing ratios

E2, M1 multipole mixing ratios

ATOMIC DATA AND NUCLEAR DATA TABLES 25, 29-89 (1980) E2, Ml MULTIPOLE Supplement MIXING and Corrections KENNETH Department RATIOS through Dec...

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ATOMIC

DATA AND NUCLEAR

DATA TABLES

25, 29-89 (1980)

E2, Ml MULTIPOLE Supplement

MIXING

and Corrections

KENNETH Department

RATIOS

through December

1979*

S. KRANE

of Physics, Oregon State University Corvallis, Oregon 9733 1

Presented here is an updated compilation of E2, M 1 multipole mixing ratios based on analysis of angular distribution and correlation data from the literature. The present compilation includes data which have appeared in the literature subsequent to the publication of previous compilations of this series, and also includes data for odd-Z, odd-N nuclei which have not been previously surveyed. Several cases are noted in which previously accepted spin assignments or multipole mixing ratios have been shown by more recent data to be incorrect. The present compilation includes data from the literature up to December 1979. Previous Compilations A s 57 58 s A(even) < 150 59 c A(odd) s 149 A(odd) 2 150 A(even) 3 152

in This Series ADNDT

22, 20, 19, 18, 16,

269 211 363 137 383

(1978) (1977) (1977) (1976) (1975)

* This work was supported in part by a grant from the Oregon State University

0092~640X/80/010029-61$02.00/O Copyright 0 1980 by Academic Press, Inc. All rights of reproduction in any form reserved.

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CONTENTS

I. INTRODUCTION II. DEFINITIONS III.

.. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. .. . .. . AND PHASE

COMPILATION

IV. CHANGES EXPLANATION TABLE

TABLE

TABLE

I.

II.

III.

REFERENCES

POLICIES FROM

PREVIOUS

CONVENTION

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Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Odd-Odd Nuclei. Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 for A < 57. New Table for A > 57 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Even-Even Nuclei. Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 (A -C 57); 20, 211 (58 s A c 150); 16, 387 (A 3 152) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Odd-A Nuclei. Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 (A < 57); 19, 363 (59 c A =s 149); 18, 137 (A > 150) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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OFTABLES

FOR TABLES

COMPILATIONS

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I. INTRODUCTION

In order to provide a complete and consistent set of values of E2, Ml multipole mixing ratios of nuclear gamma rays, compilation and evaluation of angular distribution and correlation data from the literature were undertaken. In the previous papers in this series,1-5 various mass ranges of nuclei were considered and the multipole mixing ratios analyzed in a phase-consistent manner. In reviewing the previous work, several facts become apparent: (1) None of the previous compilations covered odd-Z, odd-N nuclei except the A < 57 compilation.5 (2) In the 5 years since the first member of this series was published, new

and interesting data have appeared in the literature. (3) Often these new data have indicated that previously accepted spin-parity assignments or multipole mixing ratios were incorrect. In order to remedy deficiencies caused by these facts, a new compilation was undertaken which includes results for odd-odd nuclei and which brings all mass ranges up to the common cutoff date of December 1979. In preparing this new compilation, a particular effort was made to compare newer work with previous work. In this way it has often been possible to resolve ambiguities in the older work, such as spin-

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analyzed. The results of the reanalysis in the present compilation.

parity assignments or multipole mixing ratios which previously could not be uniquely assigned or deduced. In such cases the data from the older work were reII. DEFINITIONS

AND PHASE CONVENTION

Steffen and Alder,6 in which the multipole mixing ratio S is defined as the ratio of emission matrix elements:

The E2, Ml multipole mixing ratio is defined as the ratio of the electric quadrupole (E2) and magnetic dipole (Ml) matrix elements for a transition from an initial state J, to a final state Jr. For consistency in comparing results of different experiments, and in comparing experiment with theory, the phases must be carefully defined. We follow the phase convention of

6 = (JdIE2IIJi) Other phase conventions and their relations present choice are discussed in Ref. 1.

The angular distribution of gamma radiation from an oriented nucleus, or the angular correlation of successive gamma rays from an unoriented nucleus, is usually presented as a series of Legendre polynomials e) + a4P4(cos e).

(1)

Wl~Wi~ ’

III. COMPILATION

w(e) = a0 + a,P,(cos

are presented

to the

POLICIES

in reasonable mutual agreement. When large disagreements exist, an average value intermediate between the individual values has been selected, with an uncertainty (often larger than the individual uncertainties) large enough to overlap the individual values of 6. Preference in such analyses has been given to more recent work using Ge(Li) detectors. Entries in the Tables with no special indications are for transitions which are not listed in any of the previous compilations in this series. Transitions which have been listed in a previous compilation, but for which the newer value of the mixing ratio does not change the previous average, are indicated with a single dagger (t); for transitions in which the newer value(s) of the mixing ratio changes the average value given in previous work, a single asterisk (*) indicates both the individual entry and the new average. Finally, transi-

(2)

The coefficients ak (normalized so that a0 = 1) contain the information on nuclear spin assignments, degree of orientation, and gamma-ray multipole mixing ratios. These coefficients and their experimental uncertainties are presented in Tables I, II, and III. The Tables also give the deduced values of the mixing ratios, based on the presently accepted spin and parity assignments. These values, with their uncertainties, are given either as deduced by the authors in their papers or as deduced by the compiler when the original paper presented a value shown by subsequent work to be incorrect (for example, based on incorrect spin-parity assignments). The Tables also list a best or “average” value of S. This value is most often a weighted average of the results of all previous work, when the results are

tions which were listed previously, but for which sub-

sequent deduce asterisk Section

studies have shown the assumptions used to 6 to be incorrect, are indicated with a double (**) and are discussed in greater detail in IV.

IV. CHANGES FROM PREVIOUS COMPILATIONS

Subsequent experiments have indicated several cases in which the choice of spin assignment or multipole mixing ratio made in previous work is incorrect. Listed below are the changes which must be made to data listed in previous compilations. These changes are included in Tables II and III of the present work, where they are marked with a double asterisk (**).

not substantial.) The larger value of 6 is in better agreement with the new a4 and also with the systematics of similar gamma transitions in this region, and is therefore shown in the present compilation as the accepted S. 2. 17*Yb. Recent results (76KRO4) suggest the selection of the larger value of 6 for the 1584-keV transition; the previous data of 63STO9 have been reanalyzed accordingly.

A. A (even) 2 152, Ref. 1 B. A (odd) > 150, Ref. 2

1. lszGd. 75HE13

argue for a large value of 6 for the 1090-keV transition, based on their measured a4, which differs from the a4 values tabulated in Ref. 1 (although the difference, about 2 standard deviations, is

I. lslGd. According to 79VA14, the 839-keV level is assigned spin-parity l/2-. The deduced values of the 252- and 444-keV mixing ratios are therefore

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changed, and the 73I-keV transition, previously assigned as Ml + E2, is now pure E2 (l/2- - 5/2-). 2. 19’Pt. The level scheme assumed in the previous work of 675006 has been revised (see Ref. 7 for a summary of the results on which the new level scheme is based). This does not change the values of S listed in Ref. 2, derived from L-subshell measurements, but the spin assignments and the placement of some of the transitions have been changed. In the present listing the currently accepted spin assignments are shown. 3. *OlHg. 78N006 suggest spin assignments different from those of the previous tabulation. In particular, 78N006 and 75HOOS measure anisotropies of the opposite sign for the 135-32 keV cascade. The resolution of this conflict is at present not apparent, and so we regard the correct interpretation of both sets of data as being in doubt until further work clarifies the situation. The results of 78N006 are therefore reported in Table III, but no conclusions are drawn. 4. *15Po. The spin assignments presently acceptedB require that the 402-keV transition, previously assigned as Ml + E2, be reassigned as pure E2 (5/2+ - 9/2+). 5. 219Z?n. The ground-state and 269-keV spinparity assignments are both presently accepted9 as 5/2+, and on that basis the measured alpha-gamma correlations are analyzed as shown in Table III. 6. 223Ra. Newly assigned spins and paritieslO permit the analysis of the previously measured alphagamma correlations.

5. lo5Rh. 79SA23 argue convincingly for a l/2+ assignment for the 786-keV level, which was previously labeled 5/2-. This new assignment is consistent with all previous work as well as with the more recent work. The 393-keV transition, previously designated Ml + E2, would then be ofE1 multipolarity. New deduced values of the 263- and 316-keV mixing ratios based on the new assignments are tabulated in the present work. 6. 14’Pm. The 489-keV level has been shown by 77AL34 to be 7/2+, resulting in new deduced values for the 398- and 197-keV mixing ratios. 7. 14’Eu. The 1122-keV level is presently assigned” 7/2+, and the 893-keV mixing ratio has been recomputed from the data of 71VA37 on that basis. 8. 149Eu. 77FL09 favor a 9/2+ assignment for the 666-keV level. Owing to the uncertainty in the 150-keV mixing ratio, the angular correlation data of 75SE18 are somewhat ambiguous and the more recent value of the 516-keV mixing ratio given by 77FL09 is preferred.

D. 58 s A (even) G 150, Ref. 4 2. lo6Pd. Recent data (77TIOl) favor the choice of the larger value of 8 for the 1046-keV transition; that choice is also consistent with previous work, and the new deduced values are shown in Table II. In addition, the parity of the 2500-keV level was incorrectly assigned; recent results (77OKO3) suggest negative parity, so the 1988-keV multipolarity is now El, rather than Ml + E2 as previously assigned. 2. “OCd. The larger value of 8 for the 1505-keV transition is in better agreement with recent experimental results (77RUZT and 78WA07). 3. lz4Te. In Ref. 4, the second work listed for the 714-keV transition should be referenced 72BA38.

C. 59 s A (odd) d 149, Ref. 3 I. 61Ni. The 5/2- assignment previously made for the 1457-keV level appears to be incorrect; the level is presently assigned 7/2- by 77WA03 (with a refined energy of 1454 keV). The ground-state transition would then be pure E2 (7/2- - 3/2-) rather than Ml + E2 as previously assigned, and the previous value of 6 for the 1390-keV transition should be replaced with the present value. 2. “%z. In the previously tabulated data for the 1229-keV transition, Jf was incorrectly given as l/2-. The correct assignment is 3/2-. This is merely a tabular error and does not change the deduced 6. 3. 95Tc. The 1214-keV level is presently assigned 9/2- (78MA05), resulting in pure E2 multipolarity for the 547-keV transition, which was previously shown as Ml + E2. 4. 97Nb. The 1148-keV level has recently been shown (78KR03) to be 7/2+, rather than 5/2+ as previously accepted. The new deduced mixing ratios for the 1148-, 602-, and 703-keV transitions are given in the present work.

E. A =S57, Ref. 5 1. 39K. The 5718-keV level should probably be assigned 13/2- (78EG02); the choice of the 1774-keV mixing ratio cannot be made unambiguously. 2. 53Mn. The 3440-keV level is presently assigned 15/2- (79GUlO), and the correspondingly deduced 747keV mixing ratio is given in Table III. 3. 42Ca. According to recent results (78EG02, 78PR02), the spin assignments listed in Ref. 5 for levels above 5 MeV are incorrect. The assignments should instead be: 5491 keV, 66; 5744 keV, 7-; 6145 keV, 7-; 6409 keV, 88. The transitions 2302-, 1644-, 2955-, and 321PkeV, previously designated Ml + E2, are now designated El, E2, El, and M2, respectively. The previously tabulated value for the 264-keV mixing ratio should be replaced by the values listed in Table II.

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5. K.S.Krane, ATOMICDATA ANDNUCLEARDATA TABLES 22, 269 (1978) [A 4 57)

Acknowledgments The cooperation of the Oak Ridge Nuclear Data Project in preparing the reference list is acknowledged with appreciation.

6. R. M. Steffen and K. Alder, in The Electromagnetic Interaction in Nuclear Physics, edited by W. D. Hamilton (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1975) 7. E. Browne, NUCLEAR DATA SHEETS 30,653 (1980)

References 1. K.S.Krane, ATOMICDATAANDNUCLEARDATA TABLES 16, 383 (1975) [A (even) 2 1521

8. C. Maples, (1977)

NUCLEAR

DATA SHEETS 22, 207

2. K.S.Krane, ATOMICDATAANDNUCLEARDATA TABLES 18, 137 (1976) [A (odd) > 1501

9. C. Maples, (1977)

NUCLEAR

DATA

SHEETS 22, 223

3. K.S.Krane, ATOMICDATAANDNUCLEARDATA TABLES 19, 363 (1977) [59 s A (odd) G 1491

10. C. Maples, (1977)

NUCLEAR

DATA

SHEETS 22, 243

4. K.S.Krane, ATOMICDATAANDNUCLEARDATA TABLES 20, 211 (1977) [58 s A (even) G 1501

11. B. Harmatz, W. B. Ewbank, SHEETS 25, 113 (1978)

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EXPLANATION INITIAL

LEVEL

E(KEV)

J

FINAL

LEVEL

E(KEV)

E(KEV) TECHNIQUE

E

J

N Or

G

P

RA

or

QT

A, A P, N

K, L, M RF

A2,

I, II, AND III

The energy, in keV, and spin-parity assignment of the initial state of the gamma transition. In Table III, where all spins are half-integral, the tabulated spin is 2J. Same as above for final state

J

GAMMA-RAY

HT

OF TABLES

A4

The energy, in keV, of the gamma-ray transition E = &titia, - &,,a, The means used to obtain the E2, Ml mixing ratio The first entry here gives the general experimental method, indicated as follows: Conversion electron detected, either in angular correlation measurement or as internal conversion coefficient measurement Nuclear orientation by a technique not using coincident emitted radiation; that is, the angular distribution of the gamma-rays from nuclei oriented by, for example, a nuclear reaction or cryogenic techniques Detection of gamma-ray using NaI or Ge(Li) detectors, respectively Gamma-ray polarization (linear or circular) measurement Reanalysis of previous data The second entry here gives the coincident transition (numerical value, giving energy in keV) or orientation process, according to the following symbols: Cryogenic orientation by magnetic dipole or electric quadrupole interactions, respectively. Incoming, outgoing particles in nuclear reactions: A = 4He (alpha) N, XN = n , xn (neutron) c = q-J NE = 20Ne NI = 14N D = 2H (deuteron) 0 = 160 E = eHE = 3He P = ‘H (proton) s = 32s KR = 84Kr LI = ‘Li T = 3H (triton) MG = 24Mg Conversion electron subshell Nuclear resonance fluorescence The angular distribution or correlation coefficients az and a,, (except for Pr polarization correlation, in which case a1 is tabulated). Un-

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certainties in the last digit or digits are given in parentheses. DELTA

REFERENCE

The E2, M 1 mixing ratio, 6. Uncertainties are indicated according to the following notation (00 is the symbol used for m): a= +10* 1 + 10(l) +9cgc+12 +lO (+2, -1) -9<6=Z-12 -10 (+2, -1) 6 = +1oi; +lO (+OO, -5) 6 = + 1.0:;:; +l.O (+lO, -5) 161 > 10 lww The literature reference, given following the tables. If there are two or more independent experimental values of 6, an average value was computed and is designated as such in this column.

Following the reference is an indication of whether there are corresponding data for this transition to be found in a previous compilation of this series. No entry here means that no previous listings for this transition are to be found. The designations have the following meanings: One or more listings may be found in a previous compilation; the present value does not change the previous average value. One or more listings may be found in a previous compilation; the present value is included with the previous values in computing a new average value. The listings for this transition in previous compilations are incorrect, for the reasons discussed in Section IV. The previous data have been reanalyzed and averaged.

t

*

**

Sample Entries under Technique JG

A,A

JGG

P

GN

100

E

L/L

Angular distribution of gamma-ray, observed with Ge(Li) detector, following alpha-particle scattering (Coulomb excitation). Gamma-gamma angular correlation following proton capture; i.e., (p, yy) reaction, using Ge(Li) detectors. Gamma-gamma angular correlation (radioactive decay) observed using a Ge(Li)-NaI detector combination, with the gamma-ray in question measured in coincidence with the lOO-keV gamma-ray. Conversion coefficient measurement of L-subshell ratios.

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I. Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Odd-Odd Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 for A < 57. New Table for A > 57

Nuclei

See page 34 for Explanation

NUCLIOE

INITIAL LEVEL EIKEVJ

J

FINAL LEVEL EtKEVJ

GANNAJ

RAY EfKEVJ

T CCHNIPUE

K

40

2047

2-

BOO

2-

1247

JG

PsN

K

40

2047

2-

30

3-

2017

JG

PIN

K

40

2291

3-

4-

2291

J6

K

40

2398

4-

3-

2368

JG

K

40

23911

4-

0

4.

2390

VY

54

156

4t

a

3t

NY

54

368

5t

156

MY

54

1073

6+

366

MY

54

1925

7+

1073

MN

54

3244

9t

2657

CD

53

co

5.5

co

58

c7

58

53

0 30

A2

.470 -.I20

A4

(30) LZOJ

to.02

AVERAGE

11

-.a70

(40)

-0.64

(+49,-34J

79BECl

t

-.070

(30)

to.25 to.26

( I

790E41 AVERAGE

* *

J6

P.N

.19a

(501

-.OBrJ

(60)

-0.32

(12)

798E41

t

i5b

JG

A,PN

-.357

(aJ

.a00

(20)

-0.12 -0.24

( t

51 3J

791005 AVERAGE

* *

St

212

JS

A,PN

-0253

(0)

.ooo

(40)

0.00 I +O.Olbf+lT,-14)

2J

797005 AVERAGE

l l

5t

705

JG

ArPN

-.269

(101

.OlO

(30)

-0.02

(

21

791105

b+

a52

JG

A,PN

-.b40

(601

(501

-0.40

(15)

84

367

JG

AtPN

-.230

(40)

(60)

0.0

(

II

791005

-0.33

(

6)

708533

3)

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-.a30 .OOO

4J 3)

79Too5

4+

25

St

25

JR

0.N

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3+

53

4t

59

JS

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150)

,060

(70)

-0.02

(

112

3t

2*

112

JG J6

PIN PIN

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(401

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(501

to.04 to.02 to.030

I 2) I 2) (14)

JG JG

ArN PIN

-.290

+o.oil) 0.00 +0.003

(23) ( 1) ( 91

AVERAGE

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to.350 to.03 to.038

(25) f 2J (16)

726El4 756?05 AVERA6E

(12OJ

to. 109 to.07 40.076

145) ( 2) (181

758905 AVERAGE

to.02

(

61

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I

II

75BRO5

366

0

3t

0

2t

366

(40)

321

JG JG

AsN PIN

-.200

(60)

c3

58

457

44

25

5t

432

J6 JG

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-.330

00)

JG

P-N

Cl

t i 6

130)

4t

60

79BE41 79BE41

.210

53

C7

bJ 2J

0.00

PeN

5t

50

f ( (

to.05

f’.N

374

53

(201

(30%

5a

c3

-.040

(20)

REFEREWE

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CJ

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.a30

OELTA

1040

3t

457

4,

1+

0

2t

277

4t

0

54

60

289

3t

59

'23

60

436

5t

277

C3

60

436

5,

Cl

60

506

34

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60

543

2+

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60

614

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CO

60

786

It

Cl

60

4+

1435

1005

563

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-.020

JG

P-N

277

JG

A*P

-.220

(i60)

.oso

2+

230

JG

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-.220

(60)

44

159

JC

ArP

-.160

(501

0

5+

436

JG

ArP

.390

(60)

59

24

446

JG

A.P

-.190

(100)

3+

254

JG

ASP

-.090

(601

2+

556

JG

ArP

-.290

(7OJ

269

34

49a

JG

AtP

-.46lJ

(170)

614

f+

392

JC

ASP

-.230

(100)

209 59

1435

.040

(60)

0.00

72HAbl 758105 AVERAGE 72GEl4

758RO5

72GEl4

( 61

(1701

to.02

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(60)

to.04

-.060

(60)

40.06

(601

-0.06

(+31,-29)

7bTA03

(120)

to.06

(

761103

(70)

to.02

(12)

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-.iso

(6OI

-0.03

(

6J

7bTAO3

-.020

l19OJ

-0.01)

I

91

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(LiOJ

to.00

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6)

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. 070 -.050 .a00

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.-4

( 4)

7J

IOTA03 J

76lAO3 781103

t New value which does not change previous average * New value which changes previous average

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INITIIL NUCLIOL

LEVEL E(KEV)

.I

C3

62

243

2+

CJ

62

260

24

CU

62

426

3+

cu

62

645

2*

CU

62

675

3*

“,J

62

675

3,

CU

62

728

2+

C'J

62

720

2*

CJ

62

756

Cd

64

159

3J

64

270

41

14

243

JG

2*

247

JG

2*

305

JS

it

645

J6

243

2+

432

JC

41

24

634

56

41 0

3*

159

1*

344

JG JP

2*

203

7ODA15

(40)

21

TOOAl

130)

-.030

-.570

t*4

,-6

I

70DAI.S

100)

-0.16

(60)

to.05

I

5)

700415

t100)

l 0.49

f

9)

7ODAl5

0.0

t

3)

7OOAi5

l o.oi

I

2)

-0.036

(41)

l 0.020 -0.02 to.12 -0.007

(35 I I 1) t 4) t 8)

700AOl 71ltI15 7iWEO2 732AO7

-0.025 -0.020 -0.02

7OOAOl 71HIi5 73LAO7

l 0.10

(25) 130) I 2) t 2)

+o.oi7

(111

AVERAGE

-.340 -.350

(301 130)

-.290

(10)

-.020 .oso

.ooo

-.340 -.290

(30) (20)

-.030 .030

-.350

(10)

.020

-.020

.OllJ

(40) (30)

(10) (30) (20)

(101

(20)

-.OlO

120)

l 0.10

(10)

(10)

,020

(20)

-0.12 -0.14 -0.13

t

190)

-0.040

(35) (12) (12)

-.420

(101

-0.049 0.000

,020

(10)

*Q.Ob -0.019

I 3) t 0)

-.280

(20)

,020

(20)

*a.01

I

l 0.24

(17)

l 0*05

IlO)

*a.02 l 0.03

I

t 6)

AVERAGE

3*

212

JG

609

24

276

2+

331

56

CU

64

609

2*

159

2+

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NUCLIDE

LEVEL E(KEYl

J

FINAL LEVEL EtKEV)

GA

66

234

2+

44

GA

bb

291

2+

GA

66

335

24

GA

66

335

2t

GA

66

335

GA

66

GA

J

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7 ECNNLPUE

A.?

A4

OiLTA

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i+

190

JG

PsN

-.170

(30)

to.11

4 31

7lNAl5

109

it

182

JG

PIN

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(608

to.20

( 41

7lNAl5

109

1+

22b

JG

PeN

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f401

71NAl5

66

2+

269

JG

PIN

2*

44

1+

291

JG

PA

382

It

109

1+

273

JG

PeN

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382

lt

44

1+

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PeN

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66

401

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2+

261

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66

460

24

44

1+

416

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PsN

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66

531

24

44

14

487

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PIN

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68

175

24

0

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175

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PIN

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68

321

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0

it

321

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66

315

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0

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315

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PsN

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68

376

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PeN

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76

142

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142

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76

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142

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112

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492

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254

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82

76

585

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286

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LEVEL ElKEVt

J

FINAL LEVEL EIKEV)

J

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TECHNIPUE

44

A2

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Q4

302

2-

140

2-

161

JG

P.N

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94

334

2+

41

3+

293

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P.N

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94

396

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140

2-

256

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PvN

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94

785

3-

302

2-

483

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p. ti

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94

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334

2+

459

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100

159

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84

4;

108

193

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75 15 75

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I. Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Odd-Odd Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 for A < 57. New Table for A > 57 See page 34 for Explanation

INfrIlL LEVEL EIKEVI

J

100

2-

134

l-

fINAL LEVEL EfKEv)

J

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59

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Cl

NN

34

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A4

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H3

156

82

1+

TN

162

45

t-

T8

160

106

2-

80

l-

53

2+

30

E

0

i-

45

E

64

l-

42

E

52

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to.046

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I. Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Odd-Odd Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 for A < 57. New Table for A > 57 See page 34 for Explanation

INITIfiL NUCLIOE

E2,

J

3E

168

64

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2:

188

94

3-

RI

188

PJ

194

291

35 81

FINAL LEVEL E(KEV)

J

0 64

6ANNARAY EIKEVI

A2

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64

E

L/L

II.063

2-

31

E

L/L

0.14

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l-

0

l-

2-

0

l-

291

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0.48

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2-

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312

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IkfTIAL LE YE1

NUCLIDE

E2, Ml Mixing Ratios, Supplement and Corrections, December 1979

FIWL LEVEL

EIKEVI

J

EtKEVl

GAlMAJ

RAY i (KEVB

TECHNIQUE

A2

A4

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REFERENCE

SI

2%

7798

3,

6276

3+

1522

JG

P

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120)

-.040

(201

+3.1 t3.0

( (

SI

28

9310

34

6276

3,

3034

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P

-.ObO

(30)

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(30)

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(20)

7aoILoe

Ch

42

6409

8-

6145

I-

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(301 (20)

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790El2

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1990

K. S. KRANE

TABLE

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II. Exoerimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Even-Even Nuclei Supplemknt to ADNDT 22, 26<(A -c 57); 20, 211 (58 6 A sm 150); 16, 387 (A b 152) See page 34 for Explanation

IWI7IAL

FINAL

LEVEL ElKEVb

J

LEVEL ElKEV)

J

GAUSARAV ElKEV)

834

2,

b30

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2,

615

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1318

92

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YD

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2423

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1101

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(111

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110)

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(401

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96

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42.0

t New value which does not change previous average * New value which changes previous average

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75SA11) AVERA6E

21

,

* *

75SAl8

)

Vol

l

776Ei9 77BE3.5 79KA22 ~-~ AVERAGE

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UO

1930

t

79LAlS

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NUCLIDE

RU

98

RU

100

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Ml Mixing Ratios, Supplement and Corrections, December 1979

II. Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Even-Even Nuclei Supplement to ADNDT22, 269 (A < 57);20,211(58 6 A c lS0);16,387(A 2 152) See page 34 for Explanation

INITIAL LEVEL E (KEY1

J

FINAL LEVEL E (KEV)

i4is

2t

b52

2,

762

1362

2t

540

2+

822

2u

100

iam1

3*

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100

1881

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2+ 2,

540

9

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P.P

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1107

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GN

1362

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540 540 568 1034

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1930

100

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102

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556

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24

556

24

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104

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446

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893

246

J

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l l

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I

( 4) ( 21 t 4)

Data Tabtea.

Vol. 25, No. 1, Janualy

l l

l *

** ** *

l

l

*

1960

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TABLE

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II. Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Even-Even Nuclei Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 (A < 57); 20, 211 (58 6 A c 150); 16, 387 (iz 2 152) See page 34 for Explanation

INITIAL LEVkL E(KEVI

J

FINAL LEVEL EtKEVJ

J

PO

106

23Ob

C-

2084

3-

PD

106

2309

2*

1128

24

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222 lllil

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512

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1128

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512

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t

(140)

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l 0.18

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2*

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2,

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* *

75SC38 777101 AVERAGE

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t

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l+11.-21)

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79SAOl

J

J 1 J

J 1

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TABLE II. Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Even-Even Nuclei Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 (A c 57); 20, 211 (58 =ZA c-150); 16, 387 (A 2 152) See page 34 for Explanation

INITIAL NJCLI

OE

LEYEL EtKEY)

CJ

CD

CD

Cl

110

110

110

110

2162

2220

2927

2927

J 3+

4+

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II. Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Even-Even Nuclei Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 (A < 57); 20, 211 (58 s A G 150); 16, 387 (A z 152) See page 34 for Explanation

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FINAL

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J

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140)

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INITIAL NUCLLDt

SY

SY

155

150

EL 441 Mixing Ratios, Supplement and Corrections, December 1979

FINAL

LEVtL tlKEVJ

J

1046

2+

1194

LEVEL LtKEVJ

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334

334

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A4

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2t

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INITIAL LEVEL E(KEV) 1129

J 2t

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1040

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1154

2+

GO

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156

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15b

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GO

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tt

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89

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TECHNIPUE

l

0

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INITIAL LEVEL

EIKEVJ

J

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1980

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K. S. KRANE

December 1979

TABLE III. Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Odd-A Nuclei Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 (A < 57); 19, 363 (59 d A s 149); 18, 137 (A > 150) See page 34 for Explanation

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79BE27 AVER4GE

l

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t New value which does not change previous average * New value which changes previous average

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TABLE III. Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Odd-A Nuclei Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 (A < 57); 19, 363 (59 s A c 149); 18, 137 (A > 150) See page 34 for Explanation

NlJCLIOti

INITIAL LEVEL EIKEVJ

2J

CL

43

2103

3-

c4

43

2250

9-

FINAL LEVEL E(KEYJ

cANMARAY EIKEYJ

2J

593

3-

1509

JG

AIM

I-

2250

JG

AeN

9

c4

43

2951

11+

2410

c4

43

3051

li-

1876

ll-

c4

43

3505

13*

2951

11*

CP

43

3663

13-

lb78

ll-

c4

43

3944

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3505

13,

c4

43

4167

154

3371

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c4

43

4394

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2754

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c4

43

4591

174

3944

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c4

43

4621

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3371

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11

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1469

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45

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45

6164

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5421

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47

160

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542

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A.N

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JG

A.N

554

J6

ArN

1985

JC

AsN

439

JG

815

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(10)

-.050 .050

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(17)

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TABLE III. Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Odd-A Nuclei Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 (A < 57); 19, 363 (59 s A s 149); 18, 137 (A > 150) See page 34 for Explanation

NUCLIDE

INItIAL LEVEL E(KEV)

FINAL LEVEL E(KEVl

ZJ

25

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TECHNIQUE

A2

DELTA

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MY

53

4384

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3440

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943

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53

7004

23-

6533

21-

471

JG

0.3P

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53

1424

683

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s-

712

3-

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I

4I

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t

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55

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0

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hl!JCLIDE

CJ

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61

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ZJ

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A2

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0

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K. S. KRANE

TABLE III. Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Odd-A Nuclei Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 (A < 57); 19, 363 (59 G A s 149); 18, 137 (A > 150) See page 34 for Explanation

INITII\L NUCLIOE

LEVEL EIKEVI

FINAL LEVEL EIKEV)

2J

25

GAMNARAf FIKEVI

T ECCHNIQUE

44

42

.460

(20)

ZN

63

1064

7-

193

5-

871

JG

A*N

ZY

63

1064

I-

651

5-

413

JG

ArN

ZN

63

1207

7-

651

5-

556

JG

AeN

.950

IbOl

Z4

63

1207

I-

193

5-

1014

JG JG

AvN 4-N

.350 ,400

(20) (20)

ZN

63

1285

5-

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63

1394

3-

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63

1664

7-

0

0 193

3-

JS

A.N

5-

1471

JG

AsN

3-

1691

JG

I-

797

JG

63

1691

5-

63

1862

9-

ZY

63

2157

3-

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63

2157

3-

ZY

63

2250

9-

2’4

63

2290

3-

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63

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9+

1704

9+

ZY

63

2635

7-

1207

7-

ZN

63

2827

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63

2913

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65

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Atomic

Data and Nuclear

Data Tables,

*

l

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l *

19.30

58

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TABLE III. Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Odd-A Nuclei Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 (A < 57); 19, 363 (59 G A c 149); 18, 137 (A > 150) See page 34 for Explanation

IN1

NUCLfDf

ZN

65

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1577

3-

ZN

65

1577

3-

ZY

65

1580

7-

ZN

65

15lJ8

7-

FINAL LEVEL C(KEVJ

54

0 769 Q

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25

l5-

1522

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JG

A2

A4

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(581

JG

(34)

1577

JG

P-N

-.Q64

5-

8i9

JG

AsN

-.62Q

5-

158ll

JG JG

PIN A*N

.Q96 ,200

(12)

-0003

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(15)

REFERENCE

41.7 -2.5 -2.5 t1.2

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(30)

.09Q

(40)

-0.23

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(50) (12)

to.29

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to.31 l 0.31

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4J LJ

74EZOl

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76K311

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65

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to.11

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65

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74

1066

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2139

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TABLE III. Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Odd-A Nuclei Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 (A < 57); 19, 363 (59 G A s 149); 18, 137 (A > 150) See page 34 for Explanation

NUCLIOE

INIlIAL LEVEL ECKEVJ

FINAL LEVEL E(KEVJ

ZJ

2J

6Altlf4RAY EWEVJ

A2

TECHNIQUE

A4

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67

1675

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394

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1461

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TABLE III. Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Odd-4 Nuclei Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 (A < 57); 19, 363 (59 c A s 149); 18, 137 (A > 150) See page 34 for Explanation

NIJCLIOE

INITIAL LE UEL E(KEVJ 2J

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GAHNARAY E (KEVJ

2J

TcCHNIPUE

A2

A4

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67

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(21)

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(401

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(11) t 5J

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t s

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69

1106

5-

GA

69

L923

7-

1923

7-

13t

0

872

3-

872

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3-

234

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7-

567

GU

1336

574

546

5-

1350

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C,PN 1052

672

1336

514

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.007

-.a30

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l ooo

(23)

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7) 6J

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PIN

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69

233

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374

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(101

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110)

SO.li

40.11

( 1) ( it

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l

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t

91

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31 v-2

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69

374

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0

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374

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69

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69

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69

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0

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. a40

(30~

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(10)

7BPAi5

130)

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(60)

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(

5)

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(70)

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(

3J

78PAi5

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(20) I301

l 0.51

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JG

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(do)

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GE

69

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519

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69

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(70)

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(70)

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(14)

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40.10 40.62 40.62 -0.13 -0.150

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J

(10) ( 5) (331 (+6 (+3 (+3 ( (i4)

.-5 .-I s-4 2J

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(

-.260

AvN O-PM

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0.0

PIN

J6 JG

t

(40)

JG

1348

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6)

1*5

to.521 is*

I

,000

(20)

-.020

(

l

711PA15

(20)

.020 -.ozo

.070

1613

(+24.-3

(50)

JG

87

-.710

(+3

,000

822

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l 2.0

(2OJ

(30)

3-

3lit

3-

l

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(10)

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(141

233

233

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.OOl

69

87

-.042

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(91

GE

2755

77PAa& 7 dAL32 AVERAGE 7aAL32

2J 2J 11

JG

3-

69

77PAOB

1132

672

GL

J

9-

69

69

1062

,024

REFERENCE

1519

GA

GA

7711

DELTA

79ALOd 79PAl3

l

792302

l l

AVERAGE J I I

* * * *

74F312 792D02 AVERA6E 792002 AVERAGE

(90)

to.17

I

2J

792002

(21)

-0.02

(

3)

792002

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TABLE III. Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Odd-A Nuclei Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 (A < 57); 19, 363 (59 c A 4 149); 18, 137 (A > 150) See page 34 for Explanation

INITIAL NUCLIDE

;4

GA

GP

G4

69

LEVEL ElKEV)

71

71

71

It

71

FINAL LEVEL ElKEV)

ZJ

487

5-

512

3-

512

D

965

0

5-

7-

1107

ZJ 3-

l-

390

3-

GAllMARAY EIKEY)

0

965

3-

3-

5-

487

122

512

965

143

TECHNIPUE

GM GM GG GG

A4

A2

386 620 366 620

.023 -.I99 .029 -.192

(6) 171 17)

110)

-.lJ39 .007 .020 .020

GN GM GM

366 386 596

.031 .004 -.113

1141 1201 145)

,165 -.003

GN GM GG GG

386

-.042 -.003 ,026

113) (13) 1121

-.012

-.01a

1141

GM GN

596 366 596

386

-.112 -.079

386

GM GM GN

366 366 965

GN GG

366 366

.039

.04?

132) 1121

111) 118)

.015

,006 .ooe ,012

-.107 ,016

-.llb

-.172

1401

-.014 -.030

-.107

lb)

-.043

-.108

17)

DELTA

(10) (101 112) 1161

(25) 1241

159) 1251 120) 116) 1231

145) 1151

119) 127) 150)

(IOI

REFERENCE

+0.12 -0.04 +0.06 -0.024 -0.004

( 5) 1 8) 1 31 113)

1111

-0.2 to.23 -0.5 -0.01

1+24r-3 122) 1+13r-5 1*16,-131

-0.08 -0.20 -0.46 -0.32 -0.25

~*12*-101

to.6 l O.58 +0.58

1*9 1*9 lt9

;.I

71

71

1107

I-

2247

7~

ce7

5-

1494

94

620

753

,024

110)

1-3 r-6 ,-8

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7bSA39 78KROb 78KXOb AVERAGE ) I 1

1 4) 1 6) 1 6) 129)

+0.01 -0.11 146 It6 148

76SA39 7BKR06 7OKR06 AVERAGE

76SA39

76KqOb AVERAGE 76SA39 78KR06 76KRO6 AVERAGE

r-3

)

r-b

I

v-b

1

76SA39 78K~O6 AVERAGE

7bSA39

GM GM

386 366

.093 ,043

1291 19)

-.053 -.003

146) 112)

0.00 -0.085 -0.078

1 5) (15) 114)

78KRO6 AVERAGE

.150

120)

-.020

130)

-0.23 -0.20

1 5) 1 3)

77Kii6 AVERACE

-.050

1401

-0.5

l+b

170)

-1.96

1+40.-301

GE

71

590

I+

196

9,

391

JG

A.N

GE

71

1027

5-

500

3-

527

JG

AWN

-.650

140)

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71

1096

7-

175

5-

921

JD

AvN

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160)

GE

71

1205

5t

831

3,

374

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P.N A.N

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143)

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75

265

3-

0

3-

265

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136

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12)

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75

260

5-

0

3-

260

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121

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181

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91

2330

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0

9,

2330

56

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136)

MB

91

2414

ll-

1965

13-

429

J6

MB

91

2660

15-

2034

I?-

626

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P.N

.066

LI,lN A.2N

-.160 -.220

14b) 1501 140)

(521

74111132 77KEl6 AVERAGE

16)

-0.042

1141

7w311

t

-.OlO

113)

-0.426

121)

78VOll

t

,065

134)

-10

1+27,-3

1

77SC26

144)

-0.21

1 7)

77SCZB

.030

160)

.ObO

140)

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1 5) (45) 1 3)

768914 79FI06 AVERAGE

-.020

0

5,

1363

JG

MT

40.48

MO

93

1520

7+

0

5+

1520

JG

HT

t1.3

f:.

93

1516

0

9t

1516

JG

61

77KEl6

1141 1 9)

7+

111)

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111)

1363

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0.00 0.00

93

Ss2NZP

e-4

0.00

no

ii+

I

1 0) 1 4)

.o.os

r1.3 to.72 to.73

I

116) 1 5)

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GA

765639 76SA39 78Ki06 78K106 AVERAGE

.155

Atomic

1171

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-16.6

lt6

r-6 1

6)

1+29.-211

Data Tables,

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NUCLIOk no

91

no

95

NO

95

INITIAL LEVtL EIKEVI 766

?+

821 1074

TC

95

627

TC

95

957

FINAL LEVEL E(KEVJ

ZJ

GAHNPRAY E(KEVI

25

0

5t

34

0

5t

7+

0

5,

5+

336

114

T3

95

1549

15*

TC

95

.25&B

214

r:

95

4294

27+

Nd

97

1146

7t

n0

97

1750

5*

Na

97

ia52

5+

0

682

766

TECHNIQUE

JO

HT

JG JG

RF UT

JG

(40)

to.17

(17)

.I00

(20)

-2.1 -2.1

( I

(701

t1.2

(25)

(20)

-0.02 -0.04

I I

(1101

to.09

(17)

78U405

JG

4r2N

363

JG

4.2N

-.235

1101

3919

294

375

J6

4r2N

-ru50

(90)

9t

1148

GN

114a

7t

602

GN

1148

74

703

GN

(19)

t0.11 to.11

( I

6) 6)

76KRO3 4VERIGL

:I

1146

,504

120)

+0.19

to.19

f I

a) a)

7.3KR03 AVERPGE

** **

GN

216 PIN 325 325 PeN

5*

325

5*

460

GN GN JG

It

569 c”: JG

rc

97

856

74

rc

97

856

7t

r3

97

970

1127

7+

TC

97

rc

99

141

74

rc

99

921

3,

RI

103

650

It

216 0 216

lit

,360 -.a40 .ooo .137 .a70

.250 .299

216 216 PIN

.024

(15)

-0.037

(29)

,002

(151

-0.042 -0.042

(30) (308

to.31

I

5)

79XEOl

(20)

-.OlO -.a60

150)

t2.2

(

3)

770i33

-.OlO

1201

-0.6

I

5)

79XEOl

(201 (17) 160:

-.020 -.009 .030

1110:

(LO: (71

)

79XEOl

*

AVERlGE

l

I

2)

79XEOl

I

7)

(CO)

-.030

-3.9 -2.2 -3.2

I

5)

718E33 79XiOl AVERLGE

141

GH

740

-.07a

(5)

St

7kO

GN

131

9t

557

BNN

13)

(311

-.OlO .020

-.DlO

.004

Atomic

t a1

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79XEOl

to.3

190)

62

.-1

t

l

(20) (40)

-.500

-.153

it6

l

77BE33 77KRO3

(20)

P.N

53

(14) (14) (tZ(tr-671 IlO)

l

778E33 77KRO3 79XEOl AVERAGE

.030

J6

.Qb4

to.075 to.iza to.67 to.102

I

-.OlO

-.090

9t

I

s-4 9:

(20)

PIN

0

141

120)

JU

1127

(20)

(10)

II01 lt43t'311

-2.3

056

-.060

,000

.oia

-0.01 -0.56 to.5 -0.12

iSOl

9+

216 PtN

120) 127)

, 070

(40,

GN JG

70KPo3 AVER4GE

(30)

-.I10

755

120)

78KR03

(208

PIN

.a10

126)

(11)

JG

9t

93

-.ae.a

.OOO

fill

640

0

iai

,200 -.a56

7+

7,

:

-.015

109

765

7au405 AVER4GE

(13)

7t

97

t

.410

PIN

r:

Tan405

l

1146

JG

463

*

78K903

216

l-

31 2)

7aft405 AVERICE

1+23*-15l

9+

97

7an405

1: 1:

to.50

114s

31

l

(19)

1750

5ao

,260

*

-.015

GN

97

.I00 -.a30

l

(131

GN

T:

(70)

l

.410

355

JCII

.520

602

5,

216

*

.ooa

1750

54

77YIlO AVERLGE

(20)

3t

705

5) 5:

-.400

2106

97

t I

4.2N

97

1:

-0.74 -0.74

JG

6b7

216

t

957

N3

54

77S:ZO

9t

256

325

I)

(40)

5t

97

I

-.a50

19+

l

I I

A,ZN

la52

TC

I

770El9 77S:ZO 77YllO AVERLGE

1-9 5) 4:

0.07

2184

0

(ii?) (+B

JG

3+

ft

-0.14 l 0.040 to.042

291

2106

216

(150)

7t

97

97

REFERENCE

l o.ii .340

1st

0

DELTA

UT

NB

TC

44

T

621 1074

A2

(140)

-0.7

(6)

to.076

(14)

76PRlb

t

14:

-13

I

76PRll

t

135)

-0.175

(758

77R402

t

Deta end Nuclear

tt4

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TABLE III. Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Odd-A Nuclei Supplemen;to ADNDT 22, 269 (A-< 57); 19, 363 (59 s A s 149); 18, 137 (A > 150) See page 34 for Explanation

FINAL LEVEL EIKEV)

INIlIGL NUCLIDi Ri RI

105 105

LEVEL E(KEVl

149 392

2J 9* 3-

0

130

2J 7t

I-

GAWNARAY E(KEVB 149

263

*L(

105

639

7t

149

9t

489

44

105

706

it

469

3t

316

TECHNIQUE GN

GG GG GG GG GN GN

105

RI

105

969 1345

393 393 393 413 393 413

.122

.3Gb

114)

-.348 .370 -.293

(16) (6) (9)

GG GG

469

469

-.020 -.030

GG

469 469

-.OIb -.Olb

5+

469

3,

500

GN

469

3+

469

3t

075

GG GN

469 469

(19)

(20) (30)

149

.220

.G67

DELTA

A4

.420 .420

GN

GN

Ri

575

A2

(22)

(IO) 120) (4)

(3) 120)

-.ooo

(14)

-.096

(18)

-.030

.003 .012 ,021

.JI8 .085 -.030

.OOl -.006

-.055 .009 .009

105

PI3 105

PD

PO

PD

PO

105

105

105

105

306

319

442

b51 651 673

7+

0

5,

0

0

r+

3+ 3t 1,

319

280

260

5t

5+

5+

5t

3t

3t

306

319

442

331

370

393

GN JG JG

183 Ce3N HT

JG JG

C,3N MT

JG JGb

GN

GN

GN

C13N C.3N

319

280

200

-.200 -.048

.208

-.610

-.104 -.09-S .149

79SA23 AVERAGE

*

76GUO9

**

765207

l *

to.34 co.34

( (

II

-0.24 -0.24

(

4)

( 61

-0.18

2) 41

77KR09

l

-0.27 -0.16 -0.14 -0.16

( ( l 1 (

II

77KS09 79SA23 79sa23 AVERAGi

* * * *

(361

to.25

(

2)

79SA23

(301

-0.19

(51 (6)

-0.16 -0.20 -0.20 -0.20

(33)

8171 (191

(101 (121

ttc (*7

18

II 1)

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1 I

( 11

(30)

l 0.7

(22) (2.51

l 1.3

(t6

t1.3

I

31 v-4 51 e-3

76GU09 765:07 77KRO9 79SL23 AVERAGE 7 95423

)

77KR09 79SA23 AVERAGE 778132 77RI05 77YIlO

(331

,043

(71)

-0.39

(10)

,015

(10)

l 0.02 +0.06

( 1)

-0.07

110)

to.11 l 0.103

(

8)

77RIO5 77iIIlO AVERAGE

* * *

-0.33 -0.20 -0.23

113) ( 71 ( 6)

77RI05 77RL05 AVERAGE

*

-0.091

(11)

-0.084

(

7)

770132 AViRAGE

* *

-0.07 -0.06

I 6) ( 4)

770132 AVERAGE

i

l 0.10 to.08

( 61

77BA32 AVERAGE

t *

-0.04

(

41

(35)

(21)

(ill (lb) (131

,010

.031

-.OlO -.030

-.014

(24)

(10) (451

(201

( II

( 51

782

9+

442

7+

340

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C13N

PO 105

902

9*

442

7,

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306

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PD

105

782

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230

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91

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I271

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9t

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(50)

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(60)

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105

1671

13,

1271

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coo

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(40)

(50)

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1 4)

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PO

105

1763

15-

970

15-

793

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C.3N

t1.0

( 51

77RIO5

PO 105

1962

17-

970

15-

991

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C.3N

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PO

105

2281

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970

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PO

105

2345

19-

1742

19-

603

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PO

105

2704

19-

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19-

962

JG

PO

105

2776

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1742

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JG

255

JG

C13N

JG

C13N

1012

1lC

7.32

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(50)

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2.907

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3154

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2700

23-

453

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C.3N

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3119

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349

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C,3N

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(32)

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3526

25+

3295

23,

233

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(100)

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3695

25-

2700

23-

994

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(801

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(

7711105

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(27)

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3)

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0.0

( 6)

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to.14

t

21

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71

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1400)

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l

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Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Odd-A Nuclei Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 (A < 57); 19, 363 (59 S A c 149); 18, 137 (A > 150) See page 34 for Explanation

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105

53

9+

A;

105

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A;

105

669

A;

105

917

105

1024

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105

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13,

669

4;

105

lb61

15,

917

PG

105

173c

1st

26

l-

347

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Ar2N

9t

616

JG JG

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4;

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0

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lit

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25

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l 0.02

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(50)

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134

764

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f1OOJ (40) (501

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817

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A.2N A.2N OtP2N

-.715 -.920

-1.112

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A.LN As2N

JG JG JG

17+

15-

15-

290

98

126

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(130) f6OJ

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(20)

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296

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517

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INITIAL NJCLIOE

LEVEL EtKEVJ

FINAL LEVEL E(KEVJ

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co 105

260

5,

0

56

260

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0.3N

co

bOC

7+

0

54

604

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0,3N

105

A2

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(10)

.ooo

113)

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(291

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140)

-0.85

(451

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105

771

94

131

7+

640

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(I21

.139

(1'3)

-4.3

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632

9+

131

7,

701

Jb

0,3N

-.500

(50)

,130

480)

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(351

7esro1

1686

15t

705

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0.3h

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140)

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(50)

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78STOl

0

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303

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(87)

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93

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33

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646

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co

co

105

PO

107

303

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107

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218

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1800

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A;

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2412

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2298

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I14

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NI,3N

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107

2543

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131

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NIs3N

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2734

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2748

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301

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0

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109

1420

13+

1026

11,

402

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109

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109

2195

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1421

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109

2869

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2532

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109

2958

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109

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WUCLIOE

INIrIAL LEVEL EtKEV)

25

FINAL LEVEL EfKEY)

2J

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TECHNIPUE

A2

A4

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109

3122

21-

2958

19-

164

56

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(91

IN

109

3202

Zl-

3092

19-

110

JG

A.2N

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(20)

IN

109

3202

Zl-

2958

19-

244

JG

Ar2N

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(20)

IN

109

3410

23-

3202

Zl-

208

JG

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(10)

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199

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3122

21-

340

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A.2N

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fill

IN

109

3800

25-

3410

23-

390

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(12)

60

7,

NN E

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130

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70

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5)

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71

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(

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(

3)

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3)

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111

1153

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111

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1153

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248

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A.2N

-.700

1401

A.2N

-.030

(40)

sa

115

sa

115

3256

98

115

3446

23-

3004

21-

442

J6

sa

115

3693

21*

3257

19+

437

JG

-.560

.041

ll20)

778208

41

7+

3004

-.300

77830.3

I 4)

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(60)

-.lOO

f

.026

115)

-.040

(30)

l 0.166

(131

77BR08

-.505

(17)

(20%

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(

6)

778100

I

6)

-.230

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.ooo -.050

.OlO -.070

Atomic

110)

77BROI

2)

(30)

to.116

(50)

-1.0

(601

+0.12

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(t&O,-6 I

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NUCLIOi

IN

117

INIJIAL LEVEL E(KEYJ

FINAL LEVEL EIKEV)

2J

389

3-

IN

117

1065

IV

117

1432

9*

IN

117

1432

9*

TE

117

578

7+

It

117

682

TL

117

821

2J

l-

315

ii+

0 1065

9* ii*

GAMIIARAV EIKEVJ 273

1065 366

reCnNIaUE

GG

A4

A2

1303

.326 -.070

(9)

-0.10

(50)

40.3

GG

1029

GG

564

.060

140)

40.15

GG

564

.09(1

14111

-3

9,

1432

274

5,

303

JG

Ae2N

-.220

(160)

74

274

5,

407

JG

A.2N

-.600

(501

9+

682

7,

140

JG

At2N

-.070

(100)

Tt

117

521

9*

53

119

210

7,

0

296

0

1213

94

270

7,

942

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270

.467 .216 .463

(441 (421 (37)

TE

119

258

34

TE

119

320

54

Tf

119

u67

9-

280

TL

119

669

7+

320

TE

119

946

rt

119

1281

ii+

1:

119

1586

13+

ri

119

2121

21-

1638

TE

119

2292

23-

2121

SB

121

SB

121

SB

121

SB

121

946

9+

7+

1366

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1,

0 258

3,

ll5+

979

913

258

63

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154 270

270 976 270 270

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(50) (50) (48) (33)

(10)

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)

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-.050

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JG

A.2N

-.060

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(130)

l 0.12

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79tlA47

6J

79HA47

207

JG

A.2N

1201

-.OlO

(30)

-0.235

(35)

79HA47

349

JG

A.tN

-.350

(140)

,170

(160)

-0.27

(251

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A.2N

-.440

1240)

.270

(2.50)

-0.41

(391

79HA47

A.2N

-.530

(110)

JG

A.2N

-.99J

(240)

19-

4.33

JG

A.2N

-.a00

(401

Zl-

171

JG

Ar2N

-.350

(601

.130

-.llO .OOO -.020

(140)

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(17)

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(3301

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(58)

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(60)

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94

37

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909

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37

7+

998

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P.P

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1145

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37

7+

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l 0.15

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1385

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67

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Data and Nuclear

Data Tables.

77KU23

7) .-a

*

* * * *

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JG

l

77BE52 77YAO3 77YAO3 AVERAGE

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306

5 l

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243

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0

I

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703

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946 1281

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119

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SB

2279

at

-.OOl

(441

ii9

t

(5)

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sa

(80)

(50) 135)

154

270

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GG

9+

79HA47

1096

lb4

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9J

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7+

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I

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1213

~*20*-2

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119

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79HA47

270

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(20)

(45)

5,

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(40)

1137 2090

J

(70)

.0110

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-.lBl

79GL09

.-1

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A.ZN

1096

2J

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JG

.062

f 1*2

-0.09

525

1137 2090 L/L

REFERENCE

(260)

-.JZO

7+

SB

sa

DELIA

I

77KU23

J 77KU23 J AVERAGE

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NUCLIOi

INITIAL LEVEL EtKEVl

FINAL LEVEL E(KEVl

25

TE

121

212

34

Tf

121

438

9-

293

TE

121

831

9+

443

GANUARAV E (KEV)

2J

1t

0

ll74

212

TECHNIPUE 56

Ar2N

A2

-.030 .140

A4

DELTA

L3OJ

,000

(40)

to.21

REFERENCE

(

7)

79H447

145

JG

As2N

(601

.ooo

(801

-0.29

(101

79HA47

387

JG

As2N

-.27O

(501

.140

(70)

-4.6

(

6t

79H447

t

TE

121

2015

21-

1654

19-

362

JG

Ae2N

-.520

(40)

-.OlO

(501

-0.15

t

4)

79HA47

TE

121

2331

23-

2015

21-

316

JG

Ae2N

-.380

(501

.ooo

(701

-0.06

(

Cl

79HA47

S8

123

160

5*

7t

i60

JG

P.P

-.049

(55)

-0.9

(4439-9

TE

123

c40

3+

34

281

JU

HT

-0.04 -0.06

( (

4) 4)

79sc13 AVERAGE

TE

123

468

3*

1,

440

JG

HT

-3.7 -2.1

(121 ( 11

AVER4GE

a

40.30

t (

51 4)

79sc13 4VERAGE

*

l 0.22

(101

79sc13

Ti

123

505

5+

0

159

0

159

3+

346

J6

MT

TE

123

669

54

159

34

529

JG

n1

l 0.54

Ti

123

784

34

159

3,

625

JG

HT

t3.6 t1.7

I

125

243

94

125

233

ll-

a4

125

505

13-

233

li-

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ll-

BA

125

I

127

I

127

1736

58

375

l+

i4

127

417

54

I

127

011

54

I

127

651

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I

127

991

54

127

I

127

3+

55

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99

9-

134

JV

Cs3N

-.592

(16)

272

JG

C,JN

-.742

JG

C,3N

0

7+

I

I

136

991

54

1094

54

203

b40

54 3,

58

0 56 417 0 417

58 172

GN

GN GN

188

145

145 203

(6)

-1.27

(45)

78GI08

-.OZO

(1401

40.26

(15)

78GIOI

(11) (3)

-0.081

( aI

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f

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76LE23 76LE23 AVERIIGE

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6) 91 51

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t t

5)

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l

'

-0.40

(t60,-35)

78AVOb

t

7+

594

JG

NeN

-.400

(200)

-0.33

i449.-30)

78AYO6

t

5t

573

JG

NvN

-.200

5,

991

JG

54

678

(1701

-2.5

(151

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NIN

.ObO

(18)

+0.6

(

3)

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JG

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21

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AsN

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318

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74

321

54

353

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A*N

XE 129

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54

516

74

303

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AvN

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54

32L

54

500

JG

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504

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ArN

3ib

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279

54

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3,

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129

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JG

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5,

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t

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14

0

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l

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0

34

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l

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318

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1 2)

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79IROl

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TABLE III. Experimental Data on Angular Distributions and Mixing Ratios in Odd-A Nuclei Supplement to ADNDT 22, 269 (A < 57); 19, 363 (59 =S A s 149); 18, 137 (A > 150) See page 34 for Explanation

NUCLIDE

INITIAL LEVEL EIKEVt

FINAL LEVEL E(KLVt

2J

GAHHARA’( EfKEVt

25

-.650

(501

.160

(401

-0.95

(25)

77GIO2

97

JG

-.430

(30)

.020

I501

-0.3

I

4t

77GI02

9-

339

JG

C, 3N

-.480

(40)

.o.so

(401

-1.2

I

9t

77GIO2

9+

2az

JG

C.3N

-.blO

(301

,320

(loot

-1.34

I

4t

77GIO2

(50)

-0.88

I

9)

77GI02

(bOt

-1.2

1 3)

77G102

277

ll-

181

9-

a4 129

519

ll-

181

aa

544

114

262

129

7+

255

BP

129

b42

13-

277

ll-

365

JG

C.3N

-.700

ISO~

.lbO

8A

129

796

15-

642

13-

154

JG

C,3N

-.460

ISOt

.070

BP 129

682

13-

277

ll-

605

JG

C.3N

BA 129

1044

XE 131

364

xs

131

405

19-

1317

17-

5+

0

3+

0

3+

3*

.130

527

JG

C13N

-.700

364

JG

ArN

-.120

405

JG

4-N

.lCO

(601

(70)

to.50

(251

776102

(60)

,100

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l

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* *

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79IROl

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5*

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A+N

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cs

133

5*

0

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466

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cs

131 131

620

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lb1

5,

216

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276

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PY

410

3,

91

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319

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lU7

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PM

147

531

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54

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91

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420

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91

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396

121

440

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91 91

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531

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MT

408

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259

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P.2N

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147

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94

272

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408

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147

686

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489

r+

197

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396 396 396 nr 91

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(181

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(6)

(10)

-.015

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.OOl

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r-3

t

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s-4

t 1 t

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t

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l

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i1+

.OCb

216

0

7+

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(10)

NN

9+

489

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404

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PII 147

-.020

3+

Pll 14r 147

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C*3N

aA

129

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C, 3N

262

7

A4

A2

JG

BA 129

9+

TECIINIPUE

t

t

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77A~34 77AL34 AVERACE

I

l t l *

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l

*

ItAL 79Voo9 AVERAGE

* *

3) 3t

77A.34 AVERAGE

l l

I

6t

TTY024

8

l

(1st

.ObO

(201

-.2I53

(10)

.015

(10)

l 0.10

I

31

795205

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l OOl

(11)

l

(2% (21) (511

(24) (46) I 41

608017

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-0.017 -0.046 -0.33

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l

,026

(5.1)

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-0.11

(15)

-0.27 -0.22

(101 I 8)

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NUCLIOE

PH

PM

147

147

INITIAL LEVEL EIKEVJ

2J

686

5+

606

PM

147

666

PN

147

1073

El

147

995

FINAL LEVEL E(KEVJ

54

ii+

ZJ

410

3t

91

5*

5t

0 408

9-

GAMARAV E(YEV>

276

595

A2

.008

A4

(11)

JS GN

319 91 CIZN 319

-0030 -.160 .006

112) (201 (2,

GG JG

91 HT

,043 .047

(38) (36)

,005 a049 ,005

OELTA

(19) (26) {5J

to.12 to.27 -0.21

REFERtZNCE

I

147

1122

7t

229

; 6)

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* * * * *

( I

to.107 to.110

J

,001

(54) (37)

b 7 7

(00) IO01 i001

77AL34 77AL34 AVERAGE

* * f t

-.a44

686

JG

191

.002

(10)

-0.95

(30)

77AL34

9+

664

JG

P,ZN

.32a

120~

.lOO

(30)

t2.0

I

77KD24

370

JG

C&N

,361

(37)

l 039

(43)

t1.3a

(30) (38)

HT

-.116

+L.3A

EJ

4) .-e 31 71

;t9

7t

il-

626

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893

GN

.ooo

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Ill)

-.004

3)

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* *

7lVA37 AVERAGE

** **

to.62

;t22.-161

to.62

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(75)

to.22

;*6

(51)

t2.54

(t95,-60)

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3t

s4

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151

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51 .-5 .-5 71 71

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l

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77DRO4 J J

77ORO4 AVERAGE

l

77ORO4 AVERAGE

l

77DPO4 AVERAGE

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NUCLIDi

so

151

INITIAL LEVtL E(KEV)

FINAL LEVtlL E(KEV)

2J

108

0

5-

GANtlARAY EIKEVI

2J

7-

TECHNIQUE

A2

A,ZW

108

140

63

151

379

9-

s3

1st

395

3-

GO 151

427

;D

151

575

GO 151

507

A4

.osz -.209

(9) (14)

.093 -.017

OCLTA

REFERENCE

(9) (281

-2.5 -0.828 -0.820

( 21 (24) (24)

379

JG

A.ZN

-.091

(4)

.otc

(5)

+0.072

(

106

5-

287

GG

108

-.342

(131

.016

(22)

l 0*2oa l 0.20.3

(16) (16)

5-

108

5-

319

JG

A*ZN

.OCJ

IlOO)

(1lOJ

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l-

395

3-

1.30

GG

287

.21tl

119)

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(36)

-0.075 -0.075

(24) (24)

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(I i(

3-

395

3-

192

GG

252

(32)

,004

(63)

-0.116 -0.116

(46)

79VAl4 AVERAGE

s

(46) (+48,-3oJ (*48, -30)

79VAl4 AVERAGE

* *

151

587

3-

a

0

108

5-

479

GG

108

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-.350

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(23)

+10.4 t18.4

(40)

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151

719

9-

7-

719

JG

A.ZN

812

J-

395

3-

4lb

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287

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012

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5-

704

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108

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(20)

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444

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331

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379

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1116

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253

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13-

262

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17-

291

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Zl-

315

JG

110

GG GG GG GN GN GN

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GJ

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to

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0

42

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0.00

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5) 5)

79VAlc AVERAGE

*

79VA14 AVERAGE

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(14)

(14) ( 5J

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to.20

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(201

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(30)

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A.2N

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(60)

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(80)

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(13)

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As2N

-.ClO

(14OJ

(200)

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(28)

77sno1

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194 206

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835 846 992

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129

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(291 (15)

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250

5-

0

3-

250

JG

MT

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362

3-

0

3-

362

JG

HT

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449

5-

I-

355

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HT

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449

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549

5-

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0

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(36) ( 3) 1 5)

7bALO9 77BA63 AVERAGE

-0.14

(

9)

7.5NAl4

(32)

*a.20

(

4)

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(43)

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(

6)

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3-

449

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4 5)

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456

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549

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816

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650

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Data and Nuclear

t*3

e-2

Data Tables.

l

76AL09 7bALO9 76ALO9 76ALO9 J 76AL09 76AL09 AVERAGE J

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l

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77SHOl 79VAL4 AVERAGE

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INITIAL NUCLIDE

18

153

LEVEL EtKEVI

61

FINAL LEYEL E(KEV)

2J

7*

13

153

254

7*

13

153

263

9-

TB

153

325

94

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25

0

5+

0

5+

il-

163

Al

7t

FECHNIPIJE

A2

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03 L/L

-.016

254

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471 L/L.

-.102

100

GG E

275 L/L

GG E

L/L

91

244

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Ill

A4

(36)

(60)

(201

-.a21

(20)

-.150

(26)

TB

153

445

9t

254

7+

190

GG E

254 L/L

la

153

537

7-

263

9-

275

GG

100

16

153

750

7+

325

94

415

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244

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(46)

GD

151

267

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116

7+

149

JG

n1

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GD

155

155

267

269

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100

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JG

JG

nr

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-.036

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(72)

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(99)

t1.2 0.34 to.34

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(3.3)

to.095 0.095

)

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1

77AL20 77AL28 AVERAGE

1) I)

( (

(10)

77AL28 77AL28

(10)

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(60)

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(381

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5)

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227

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227

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835

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227

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316

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t

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637

134

361

lit

270

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77fAlO AVERASE

11

169

1028

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691

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337

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s*s

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NUCLI

DE

INITIAL LEVEL E(KEV)

2.l

YB lb9

71

9+

YB

87

3-

lb9

FINAL LEVEL E(KEV) 0

ZJ

GAHMARAY E.(KEVl

T&XNIQUE

A2

A4

DELTA

7+

71

E

L/L

0.28

24

l-

63

E

L/L

0.60

REFERENCE

(+8 (

Y9

lb9

99

5-

67

3-

12

E

L/L

0.026(+5

V3

lb9

162

11+

7l

9+

91

E

L/L

0.265(+23.-26)

w-11)

71APl7

3)

7tA717

e-4

I

-0.274(+22.-25) ‘If3

lb9

191

5-

99

S-

87

3-

VB

lb9

191

5-

YB

lb9

279

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191

3-

TM

171

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208

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YB

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259

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95

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E

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E

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210 210

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7bK304 AVERAGE

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JG

MT

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61 1)

IbK?OS AVERAGE

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MT

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7bKRO4 AVERAGE

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7CKRO4 AVERAGE

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76KRU4 AVERAGE

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76~~04 77SEO5 AVERAGE

* * *

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7-

109

JG

HT

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171

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t

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RI

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GM

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HT nr

115

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13

(20)

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NUCLIOt:

INIlIIL LEVEL E(KEVJ

ZJ

2J

G4UN4R4V E(KEVJ

123

lit

146

JG

HT

-0.330 -0.385

(75) (42)

75HUI5 AVER4GE

FINIL LEVEL E(KEVJ

TECHNIQUE

42

A4

DELTA

REFERENCE

HF

179

269

13t

HF

179

439

is*

269

13,

170

Jci

HT

-0.327

(45)

75nu15

ttr

179

631

I7t

439

15,

193

JG

MT

-0.262

(561

75HUlS

HF

179

640

19,

631

i7t

217

JG

NT

-0.365

(33)

75NUIS

HF

179

IOOS

21+

@+a

19t

236

JGI

ttl

-0.301

(30)

75WI5

r4

I&l

136

9+

0

7+

13b

JC

KR.KR

9,

166

JG

KRIKR

St

482

GG

133

T4 161

302

r4

482

1.31

lit

136 5*

0

-.028 .026 -.313

(111

.007

(17)

tO.352(+84.-781

(121

,025

1191

to.53

(tcl*-ZoI

(8)

+4.96 t5.4

(25) ( 2)

IbJ

-.074

76INO7

t

76IN07

t

77F310

*

4VER4GE

*

14

191

496

134

302

iit

194

Jt:

KR,KR

.082

(161

,002

(24)

+0.53

tt12,-9

14

181

717

is+

496

13t

222

JC

KRsKR

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I291

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(461

l 0.49

(+7

r4

I81

965

174

717

15+

248

JG

KRIKR

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(68)

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(108)

to.33

(*14.-10~

Pi

101

444

11+

267

9t

I77

J6

4.4N

.OlO

(20)

.a00

(30)

to.166

(201

7bNiO3

9:

I81

619

I3-

427

II-

192

JG

At4N

.a30

(20)

-.020

(30)

+0.177

(1El

7bNE03

Ri

181

647

13,

44s

11*

203

JG

A, CM

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(201

-.a10

(301

40.185

(14)

76NEO3

ar

181

834

15-

619

13-

215

JG

4r4N

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(201

-.OlO

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40.183

(19)

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Qf

ibl

873

I54

647

13,

227

JG

A,4N

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(30)

.020

(50)

+0.140

(23)

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I-I

la1

17*

873

1st

244

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4&N

-.a30

(30)

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to.123

(231

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A.4N

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(30)

(501

l 0.117

(20)

7bNE03

1117

QE 161

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19,

I117

17,

260

JG

a7i l&I

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21-

1328

I+

274

JG

A,4N

RE 101

1642

21+

1377

19+

265

JG

A.CN

RE

101

I.933

23-

1602

21-

282

JG

A.4N

Y

183

209

3-

l-

209

JG

ArA

Y

I83

292

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99

5-

193

JG

4~4

Y

183

292

5-

46

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2k5

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A.4

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295

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293

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610

395

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13s

134

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189

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327

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13-

249

II-

36

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7bIYO7

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-.OIO

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40.164

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7bNEO3

(50)

-.040

(70)

l 0.086

(40)

7bNE03

(20)

-.020

(30)

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(171

7bNE03

79HCO4

t

(t5

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to.56

(t41.-301

(141

to.16 to.16

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315

t1.0

ttio.-6

t

79oia3

213

+2.1

(t36.-2

J

79OE03

I

791414 7WAi4

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-.002

-.a01 -.019

(1) (4) (3)

-.ooz -.004 -.002

(3)

E

L/L

368

JG

4t6N

(6)

+0.182(+3 to.172

(4)

to.202(t14.-4

566

JG

A.6N

0.42

-.3iO

.a30

74

(t4

r-3 .-3

.-4

I

t

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to.184 a1

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l

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4VER4GE

l l

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t

I

3)

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40.10

I

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NUCLIOE

PT

191

INITIAL LEVEL EtKEVJ

30

FINAL LEVEL EIKEVl

2J

l-

0

&AMARAT ECKEVJ

25

TiXHNfQUE

3-

30

E

L/L

A2

OcLfA

A4

REFERENCE

O.OZB

(

675006

i3J

**

PT 191

lb6

3-

30

l-

136

E

L/L

0.42

(

71

67JOOb

PT

191

lb6

3-

0

3-

lb6

E

L/L

0.55

(

51

b7J306

l

Pr

191

276

3-

0

3-

278

E

L/L

0.00

I

7)

67JOOb

**

pr

191

27.9

J-

30

l-

247

h

L/L

u.50

(161

675306

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PT

191

278

3-

10

s-

268

E

L/L

0.35

(*12*-15J

67JOO6

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Pl

191

468

7-

400

5-

08

E

L/L

0.25

1*8

675306

l *

AU

191

a97

ll-

540

9-

357

JU

A. 4N

-.480

1130)

AU

191

1351

is-

911

13-

440

JG

A&N

-.55u

(330)

-.040

.ZOO

(18OJ

-1.16

(4bOJ

-1.0

e-111 (811

776312

(*5u,-lO~

77G312

(23)

77G312

1130)

-.2i30

t1ouJ

l u.5u

-.390

(201

-.020

(30)

-0.14

(+3

r-6

J

78LIlO

A,hN

-.540

(50)

-.020

180)

-0.28

(+7

,-6

J

78LIiO

(60)

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(+20,-18)

(50)

-0.38

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I

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l3UJ

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686

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690

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2037

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176

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195

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877

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313

JG

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rL

195

1484

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877

ll-

607

JG

ArbN

-.6.90

(40)

TL

195

lb19

15-

1190

13-

429

JG

A,bN

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(30)

TL

195

2470

19-

2012

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459

JG

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(20)

.ObO -.u4u

TL

195

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1925

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54b

JG

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194

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17,

317

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311

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195

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199

JG

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3202

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2841

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361

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ri

195

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3202

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274

2lb

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rL

197

996

388

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TL

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ll-

308

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416

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2019

LI-

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~000

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T,

197

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(30)

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TL

197

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2426

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171

JG

Ar4N

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T.

197

2802

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2462

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339

JG

A,CN

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IL

197

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234

2eo2

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346

JG

A.4N

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(40)

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1601

TL

197

3569

25+

3147

23+

421

JG

A.4N

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(LOI

.OlO

(90)

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( 6)

7ILIiO

n;

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208

3-

150

5-

50

E

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1 3J 1 3)

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l-

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( (

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1)

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78LIlO

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78LIlO )

7aLIlO

f

3)

78LIia

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(

71

7OLI

-0.14

(*14,-121

10

78LIlO

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TABLE

See page 34 for Explanation

NUCLIOE

INITIAL LEVEL EIKEVI

2J

Ii;

201

Hi

201

TL

201

rL

201

1572

TL

201

1962

I.

203

279

3+

TL 203

685

5+

1216

94

205

204

3+

TL

255

625

5*

P3

237

897

3-

T.L 203

TL

FINAL LEVEL c.(KEVI

25

GANNARAY C(KEV)

1ECHNIQUE

A2

A4

DELTA

REFERENCE

32

3-

1

3-

31

GH

135

.175

(40)

-0.056

(57)

78NOOb

**

32

3-

a

3-

32

GH

135

.184

(351

to.007

143)

76NOOb

l

-.451

113)

1239

ii-

920

9-

319

-0.34

i+ii.-8

(461

-5.21

Itis,-9

(371

-5.20

it5

NsN

ti.73

ft4L,-30)

N.N

-5.54

JG

0.3N

I

,.045

13-

1239

ll-

333

JG

0.3N

-.383

(29)

.052

i5-

1572

13-

391

JG

0,3N

-.407

(26)

.a15

i+

279

JG

279

3+

452

JG

1574

7t

141

JG

i*

204

J6

0 254

a

3+

416

JG

i-

697

GN

0.3N

-.104

(10

-.a22

1281

r-7

I

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J

77SLOi

J

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414)

+0.049(+61,-47)

t

77OAOb

i

77SLOl

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J

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t1.7

77OAOb

f

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to.59

(12)

770606

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to.575 to.093

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7bAVOl AVLRA6E

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76AVOl

t

14&2

IbJ

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LI,AZN

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-0.04

I

4J

760El7

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209

2741

t5+

1608

13,

1133

JO

LI,APN

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(55)

*0.14

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4)

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RN

219

5t

269

E AG E At At

L/L 5653 L/L 5653 5603

.195

(45)

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(48)

l 131 .185

(171 (4)

,507 -.a09

(22) IbJ

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L/L 5709

.585

(120)

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At

5709

.535

(120l

P4 223 R4 223

334

334

5+

3,

3+

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a

0

30

I+

3+

1775

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334

354

575

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257

575

01

770406

P3

269

7-

0

(l.sl

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0.15

-.a35

*

-5.22 0.07 -5.24 -0.24 -0.24

l 4) t 4) I 71 ( 2) ( 11 ( 1)

(601

0,65 to.65

(65)

*a.14

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7OKROl 75KROl

4' l* l *

*a

74RXllS AVERAGE

l * *a

(101 (10)

71BR28 72UE16

** l*

ILOI

72HEl6

l*

t New value which does not change previous average * New value which changes previous average ** New value which replaces previous incorrect value

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