Electric monopole transitions between 0+ states for nuclei throughout the periodic table

Tibor Kibédi*, R. H. Spear

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    Abstract

    Adopted spectroscopic information on 0i+ → 0f+ pure E0 transitions has been deduced by critical evaluation of the available experimental data for all even-even nuclei ranging from 24He2 to 98250 Cf152. Values of qK2(E0/E2), the ratio of the K-conversion electron intensity of the 0i+ → 0f +, E0 transition to that of the 0i+ → 21+, E2 transition, have been determined. This procedure, together with the most recent theoretical coefficients for internal conversion and electron-positron pair creation, as well as electronic factors, produced a large number of new X(E0/E2) values, defined as the dimensionless ratio of the absolute B(E0) and B(E2) transition rates. The squared value of the monopole transition strength, p2(E0), has been deduced using the best available 0+-level half-lives and branching ratios.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)77-100
    Number of pages24
    JournalAtomic Data and Nuclear Data Tables
    Volume89
    Issue number1
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - Jan 2005

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