Neutron velocity spectroscopy using the Nevis synchrocyclotron. Progress report, July 30, 1972--June 30, 1973
Description: The period August 1, 1972, to June 30, 1973, was marked by the continuing of the analysis of the vast amounts of data obtained during 1968 and 1970 pulsed-neutron time-of-flight spectroscopy runs using the Nevis Synchrocyclotron. Many major research papers from that period have now appeared in print. The numerous evolving results for even A nuclei having atomic mass 150 < A < 190 have given first conclusive (and growing) confirmation of Dyson's theories concerning level spacing systematics. Monte Carlo studies leading to a better understanding of the implications of these theories have also been published. The important paper on /sup 238U and /sup 232/Th is now published, as is that for the Yb isotopes. Papers on the W isotopes, on Na, and on K have been submitted for publication. Results for the Gd and Sm isotopes, for the Cd isotopes, for Ta, for argon, for calcium, for sodium, for potassium, for copper (63/Cu and /sup 65/Cu), and for chlorine are contained in the full report COO- 2174-15. (auth)
Date: June 1, 1973
Creator: Rainwater, J.
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