By D. E. Alburger, I. Perlman, J. O. Rasmussen, Earl K. Hyde, Glenn T. Seaborg, George R. Bishop, Richard Wilson, S. Devons, L. J. B. Goldfarb, R. J. Blin-Stoyle, M. A. Grace
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Inasmuch as the bombarding particle continually slows down during its passage in the target and the cross-section is energy dependent it is necessary to integrate the cross-section along the particle's path. 5) Sect. 37. COULOMB excitation. 6) the subscript zero referring to the incident particle and N being the number of atoms per cm3 • Once a state has been excited by COULOMB interaction it may make a radiative transition to the ground state, undergo internal conversion, or decay via an intermediate state if one exists.
ALBURGER: Nuclear Isomerism. Sects. 27, 28. As described in Sect. 10 the most useful conversion ratios for assigning multipole orders are the KjL and LIjLnjLm ratios. Using beta-ray spectrometers of moderate resolution the M, N etc. electrons are frequently unresolved from the L line and for this reason values of Kj (L + M) are often quoted in the literature. For purposes of comparison with theory one would like to estimate the value of KjL when only Kj(L +M) is known. A convenient rule of thumb is that LjM ratios are usually about equal to KjL ratios.
The decay schemes in general include not only the disintegrations leading to or from isomeric nuclei but those of neighboring isobars since the data on these may contribute to information about the isomeric levels. Other details of the figures are as follows. (a) Ground states and metastable states (except for states with measured half-lives of < 10-6 sec) are indicated by heavy horizontal lines. If it is not known which of two activities is the ground state, both are drawn at the same vertical level.