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Proton-emitting nuclei

International Symposium on Proton-emitting Nuclei

Proton-emitting nuclei

PROCON 2003, Second International Symposium, Legnaro, Italy, 12-15 February 2003

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Published by AIP in Melville, NY .
Written in English


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Statementeditors, Enrico Maglione, Francesca Soramel.
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LC ClassificationsQC
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 287 p. :
Number of Pages287
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Open LibraryOL22551196M
ISBN 100735401500

@article{osti_, title = {Proton Emission Studies at GSI in the s}, author = {Hofmann, Sigurd}, abstractNote = {This article describes the experiments that were performed during the first decade of the operation of UNILAC, GSI-Darmstadt, at the recoil separator SHIP and the on-line mass separator. The measurements resulted in the discovery of the first radioactive ground state proton. Description. All atomic nuclei are composed of protons and neutrons bound together by the nuclear are primordial nuclides that occur naturally on earth, each corresponding to a unique number of protons, called the atomic number, Z, and a unique number of neutrons, called the neutron number, mass number, A, of a nuclide is the sum of atomic and neutron numbers, A = Z + N. The unbound nucleus {sup 18}Na, the intermediate nucleus in the two-proton radioactivity of {sup 19}Mg, is studied through the resonant elastic scattering {sup 17}Ne(p,{sup 17}Ne)p. The spectroscopic information obtained in this experiment is discussed and put in perspective with previous.


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The International Conference on Proton-Emitting Nuclei (PROCON) is the 6th in a series of conferences whose aim is to review recent experimental and theoretical progress on the properties of proton-rich nuclei.

The conference will be held at the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) on the campus of Michigan State University (MSU) in East Lansing, MI USA. PROCON conferences Proton-emitting nuclei book.

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conf., Bordeaux, France, June AIP, Melville, NY, $ Investigations of proton-emitting nuclei can provide invaluable information on nuclear structure beyond the proton drip line, such as masses and single particle orbitals.

Overall the data indicate that the proton-emitting state is associated with a configuration, in agreement with all the published proton-decay calculations and predictions for the ground-state configuration of La calculated in the framework of either adiabatic or non-adiabatic particle by: 4.

The highlights include the observation of fine structure in proton emission, for the decays of Eu, Tm and Tm, and the studies of the excited states in proton-emitting nuclei.

Proton emission from nuclei was first observed in Lu in where the half-life for proton emission from the ground state was established as 85(10) ms.

In order to interpret this proton emission, WKB theoretical tunnelling calculations were performed based upon a Cited by: Proton emission Proton-emitting nuclei book known as proton radioactivity) is a rare type of radioactive decay in which a proton is ejected from a Proton-emitting nuclei book.

Proton emission can occur from high-lying excited states in a nucleus following a beta decay, in which case the process is known as beta-delayed proton emission.

System Upgrade on Feb 12th During this period, E-commerce and registration of new users may not be available for up to 12 hours. For online purchase, please visit us again. The separation energy and half-life of some heavy proton emitting nuclei, and the single-particle structure of unbound 11 N, have been evaluated by implementing a careful numerical treatment to solve the Schrödinger equation in a continuum discretization basic scheme behind the method consists in using the ground-state proton emitter in connection with an isolated single-particle Cited by: 3.

(b) Chapters in book. Non-adiabatic quasi-particle model for deformed proton emitters – P. Arumugam, E. Maglione and L. Ferreira, “Proton-Emitting Nuclei”, AIP Conference Proceedings Vol.50 () ISBN: Include the usual citation information for the type of source (journal article, book, etc.) followed by the name of the database (underlined), name of service, name of library or library system with city and state (if helpful), access date, and URL (if available).

Proton-Emitting Nuclei: PROCON '99, First International. Symposium, Oak. The Lu nuclei were produced in the 96Ru(58Ni,p3n) reaction at a beam energy of MeV. The half-life of the previously observed proton emitting state at MeV was remeasured to be 49+/-5 ms.

Recently, the world's first radioactive Na beams have been accelerated at the TRIUMF facility. Using the TRIUMF-UK Detector Array facility we have performed elastic scattering of this beam from protons in a CH2 target with the aim of determining resonance parameters of states in MgAuthor: A Murphy.

The study of proton emission is key to the understanding of drip-line nuclei far from the valley of stability. Structure information on these exotic proton-emitting nuclei is usually extracted from a comparison between the measured half-life and that determined theoretically.

Decay lifetimes calculated within simple barrier penetration models [1] Cited by: 8. Abstract. A review of experimental data obtained recently on proton-radioactive nuclei is presented. The highlights include the observation of fine structure in proton emission, for the decays of Eu, Tm and Tm, and the studies of the excited states in proton-emitting nuclei.

The observation limits are extended to few nanobarns cross-sections ( Ho, Ir and Eu) and few Cited by: Some of the nuclei in the medium mass region are found to be proton emitters from the ground state with appreciable deformation.

Nuclei with 62 shows considerable deformation that kindled the probability of instability within the nuclei. Part of the Lecture Notes in Physics book series (LNP, volume ) Gamow and R-Matrix approach to proton emitting nuclei.

Phys. Rev. C 69, /1–11 () Google Scholar. Kadmensky, S.G., Sonzogni, A.A.: Proton angular distributions from oriented proton-emitting nuclei. Coupled Channels Methods. In: Theory of Particle and Author: Doru S. Delion. In the decay of the series of T Z =1/2 nuclei, 65 Ge, 69 Se, 73 Kr and 77 Sr, a statistical analysis was applied to the β delayed proton emission to obtain nuclear structure information.

New results emerge from this study, in the light of improvements in the experimental techniques and Cited by: Introduction. The neutron is a neutral particle, which is stable only in the confines of the nucleus of the atom.

Outside the nucleus, the neutron decays with a mean lifetime of about 15 min. Its mass, like that of the proton, is equivalent to 1 u (atomic mass unit).

The separation energy and half-life of some heavy proton emitting nuclei, and the single-particle structure of the unbound N, have been evaluated by. Proton radioactivity was first observed in an isomeric state of 53 Co in [].With the development of experimental facilities and radioactive beams, proton emissions from the ground state or low-lying isomeric states have been identified between Z = 51 and Z = 83 and more proton-emitting nuclei will be observed in future.

The proton drip line represents one of the fundamental limits of the Cited by: Get this from a library. Proton-emitting nuclei: PROCON '99, first international symposium, Oak Ridge, TN, October, [Jon C Batchelder; American Institute of Physics.;].

N2 - Neutron-deficient nuclei with T-z equals to -3/2 and -2 have been produced at the GANIL/LISE3 facility in fragmentation reactions of a 95 MeV/u Ar primary beam in a C target. For the first time, beta-delayed proton and beta-gamma emission has been simultaneously observed in the decay of Mg, Si and P A new differential plunger is being designed and built at the University of Manchester to measure lifetimes of unbound states in exotic nuclei approaching the proton by: 1.

Analysis of proton radioactivity of nuclei by using proximity potential with a new universal function Article in European Physical Journal A 50(12) December with 10 Reads How we measure.

Studies of nuclei far from the β stability line have been at the forefront of nuclear structure research. Proton radioactivity is an important decay mode for nuclei near the proton drip-line.

Studies of this decay mode can reveal valuable information on exotic nuclear structure and provide deep insights on the organization of nuclei in extreme by: 1.

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Maglione and F. Soramel, AIP. Proton-emitting nuclei: second international symposium: PROCONLegnaro, Italy February Author: Enrico Maglione ; F Soramel ; American Institute of Physics.

Study of proton emitters is important in nuclear physics and astrophysics both [1, 2]. The astrophysical rapid-proton capture process is inverse of the proton emission from the ground or low isomeric states. We study the structural and decay properties of triaxial proton emitting nuclei with the microscopic nonadiabatic quasiparticle approach [3].

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It contains a wide variety of practical examples of varying complexity to help readers at all levels of by: Get this from a library. Proton emitting nuclei and related topics: international conference, PROCONLisbon, Portugal, June [L S Ferreira; Paramasivan Arumugam;].

In-beam {gamma}-ray studies of nuclei with a large proton excess are faced with ever decreasing cross sections and large backgrounds due to strong less exotic reaction channels. However, many of the nuclei along the proton drip line {alpha} decay, proton decay or emit {beta}-delayed particles.

Covers a range of subjects from beta decay of nuclei closer to stability for the study of fundamental interactions, over studies of interest for nuclear astrophysics to the study of the most exotic Read more.

Many nuclei are unstable, however, because they contain too many protons for the number of neutrons present. Such proton-rich nuclei sometimes become more stable by spontaneously ejecting a proton. In proton radioactivity, a proton deep inside the nucleus penetrates an.

Occurs when a neutron in an atom's nucleus changes into a proton, emitting an electron. Atomic number increases by one but mass number is unaffected. How does beta decay affect an atom's atomic number and mass number.

The process of combining to nuclei to form a heavier nucleus and thereby releasing energy. Thermonuclear reactions. Another. “Mean field of triaxial nuclei and application to proton emission” Orientation – course on Exotic Radioactive Decay and Shell Model, Roorkee, India, December 21 ().

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The results of key recent experiments for nuclei situated above (Yb, Tm) and below (Pm, Tb) the N=82 shell gap were presented along with an interpretation for the isomers. Finally, the future prospects of the technique, using an isomer-tagged differential-plunger setup, were by: [email protected]{osti_, title = {High-precision {beta} decay half-life measurements of proton-rich nuclei for testing the CVC hypothesis}, author = {Kurtukian-Nieto, T and Collaboration: NEX Group of CENBG}, abstractNote = {The experimental study of super-allowed nuclear {beta} decays serves as a sensitive probe of the conservation of the weak vector current (CVC) and allows tight limits to be.Start studying Science matter and energy Ch 6 -- abeka book.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. type of radioactive decay that occurs when a neutron in an atom's nucleus changes into a proton emitting an electron. beta particle the process of combining two nuclei to form a heavier nucleus.