Gamma Cascade Transition of 51V(nth, g )52V Reaction

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The thermal neutron capture gamma radiations for 51V(n, g)52V reaction have been studied at Dalat Nuclear Research Reactor (DNRR). The gamma two-step cascade transition was measured by event-event coincidence spectrometer. The added-neutron binding energy in 52V was measured as 7.31 MeV. Energy and the intensity transition of cascades were consistent with prediction of single particle model. Furthermore, the spin and the parity of levels were confined.

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P. Khang, N. Hai, H. Thang, V. Tan, N. Son and N. Hoa, "Gamma Cascade Transition of 51V(nth, g )52V Reaction," World Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology, Vol. 4 No. 1, 2014, pp. 40-45. doi: 10.4236/wjnst.2014.41007.

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