Isomer ratios for products of photonuclear reactions on 121Sb
1 NPD, Taras Shevchenko National University, Kyiv, UKraine
2 National Science Center “Kharkiv Institute of Physics & Technology” (NSC KIPT), Kharkiv, UKraine
3 Research and Development Complex “Accelerator” of NSC KIPT, Kharkiv, UKraine
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Published online: 13 September 2017
Over the past several years various preequilibrium model approaches for nuclear reactions were developed. Diversified detailed experimental data in the medium excitation energy region for nucleus are needed for reasonable selection among these theoretical models. Lack of experimental data in this energy region does essentially limit the possibilities for analysis and comparison of different preequilibrium theoretical models. For photonuclear reactions this energy region extends between bremsstrahlung energies nearly 30–100 MeV. Experimental measurements and estimations of isomer ratios for products of photonuclear reactions with multiple particle escape on antimony have been performed using bremsstrahlung with end-point energies 38, 43 and 53 MeV. Method of induced activity measurement was applied. For acquisition of gamma spectra we used HPGe spectrometer with 20% efficiency and energy resolution 1.9 keV for 1332 keV gamma line of 60Co. Linear accelerator of electrons LU-40 was a source of bremsstrahlung. Energy resolution of electron beam was about 1% and mean current was within (3.8–5.3) μA.
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