New experimental results in proton radioactivity

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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 {sup 131}Eu, {sup 145}Tm and {sup 145}Tm, and the studies of the excited states in proton-emitting nuclei. The observation limits are extended to few nanobarns cross sections ({sup 140}Ho, {sup 164}In and {sup 130}Eu) and few microsecond half-lives (e.g. {sup 145}Tm). Measured decay properties for thirty nine proton-emitting ground and isomeric states contributed to the understanding of nuclear masses and evolution of single-particle states at and beyond the proton drip-line. Experimental results have ... continued below

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Rykaczewski, K. P. August 14, 2001.

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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 {sup 131}Eu, {sup 145}Tm and {sup 145}Tm, and the studies of the excited states in proton-emitting nuclei. The observation limits are extended to few nanobarns cross sections ({sup 140}Ho, {sup 164}In and {sup 130}Eu) and few microsecond half-lives (e.g. {sup 145}Tm). Measured decay properties for thirty nine proton-emitting ground and isomeric states contributed to the understanding of nuclear masses and evolution of single-particle states at and beyond the proton drip-line. Experimental results have stimulated new theoretical approaches to proton emission and the structure of unbound narrow resonance states.

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  • 3rd International Conference on Exotic Nuclei and Atomic Masses, Hameenlinna (FI), 07/02/2001--07/07/2001

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Rykaczewski, K. P. New experimental results in proton radioactivity, article, August 14, 2001; Tennessee. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc724445/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.