Neutron resonance spectroscopy of106Pdand108Pdfrom 20 to 2000 eV

B. E. Crawford, J. D. Bowman, P. P. J. Delheij, T. Haseyama, J. N. Knudson, L. Y. Lowie, A. Masaike, Y. Matsuda, G. E. Mitchell, S. I. Penttilä, H. Postma, N. R. Roberson (+4 others)
1998 Physical Review C  
Parity nonconserving asymmetries have been measured in p-wave resonances of 106 Pd and 108 Pd. The data analysis requires knowledge of the neutron resonance parameters. Transmission and capture γ-ray yields were measured for E n =20-2000 eV with the time-of-flight method at the Los Alamos Neutron Science Center (LANSCE). A total of 28 resonances in 106 Pd and 32 resonances in 108 Pd were studied. The resonance parameters for 106 Pd are new for all except one resonance. In 108 Pd six new
more » ... Pd six new resonances were observed and the precision improved for many of the resonance parameters. A Bayesian analysis was used to assign orbital angular momentum for the resonances studied. Parity nonconserving asymmetries have been measured in p-wave resonances of 106 Pd and 108 Pd. The data analysis requires knowledge of the neutron resonance parameters. Transmission and capture ␥-ray yields were measured for E n ϭ20-2000 eV with the time-of-flight method at the Los Alamos Neutron Science Center ͑LANSCE͒. A total of 28 resonances in 106 Pd and 32 resonances in 108 Pd were studied. The resonance parameters for 106 Pd are new for all except one resonance. In 108 Pd six new resonances were observed and the precision improved for many of the resonance parameters. A Bayesian analysis was used to assign orbital angular momentum for the resonances studied. ͓S0556-2813͑98͒01208-4͔
doi:10.1103/physrevc.58.729 fatcat:zwabxgfgt5fx7a2jfjol5u4k7m