Observation of a large beta-delayed neutron emission component in Rb-102 decay and identification of excited states in Sr-102

TitleObservation of a large beta-delayed neutron emission component in Rb-102 decay and identification of excited states in Sr-102
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsWang, Z. M., A. B. Garnsworthy, C. Andreoiu, G. C. Ball, P. C. Bender, V. Bildstein, D. S. Cross, G. Demand, R. Dunlop, L. J. Evitts, P. E. Garrett, G. Hackman, B. Hadinia, S. Ketelhut, R. Krucken, K. G. Leach, A. T. Laffoley, D. Miller, M. Moukaddam, J. Pore, A. J. Radich, M. M. Rajabali, C. E. Svensson, A. Tan, E. Tardiff, C. Unsworth, A. Voss, and P. Voss
JournalPhysical Review C
Volume93
Issue5
Pagination6
Date PublishedMay
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number2469-9985
Accession NumberWOS:000375649000003
Keywordslimits, nuclear properties, nucleosynthesis, Physics, probabilities, r-process
AbstractThe beta decay and beta-delayed neutron emission of Rb-102 have been studied using the 8 pi spectrometer at TRIUMF-ISAC. The level scheme of Sr-102 has been expanded from results of a gamma-gamma coincidence analysis, including the identification of the (4+) member of the ground-state band. The beta-delayed neutron branching ratio of (102)Rbwas found to be significantly larger than previously reported. This larger value has the potential to modify the results of r-process calculations and motivates further measurements as well as refinements of theoretical models.
URL<Go to ISI>://WOS:000375649000003
DOI10.1103/PhysRevC.93.054301
Short TitleObservation of a large beta-delayed neutron emission component in Rb-102 decay and identification of excited states in Sr-102
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