The decay of 110Sb
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Decay of ^<110>Sb was studied with a Ge(Li) spectrometer and a β counter. The half-life of ^<110>Sb was determined to be 21.3±1.5 sec. The β rays of 6.5MeV, 5.6MeV and 4.8MeV were found. Fifteen γ rays wave assigned to ^<110>Sb. New 12γ rays were observed. The γ-ray energies and intensities observed are 2456keV(1.7%), 1426keV(2.9%), 1244keV(17.1%), 1212keV(98.3%), 1027keV(4.2%), 987keV(44.1%), 910keV(14.7%), 829keV(15.1%), 721keV(15.4%), keV(1.7%), 643keV(2.5%), 638keV(7.7%), 627keV(2.5%), 523keV(1.1%), 440keV(19.1%) and 180keV(0.4%). The log ft-values were deduced and a tentative decay scheme of ^<110>Sb was proposed.
- Journal of the Physical Society of Japan
Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 33(6), 1505-1508, 1972-12
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