The Average E1/M1 Strength Ratio for A < 100

  • J. Kopecky

Abstract

The overall behaviour of the dipole radiation strength near the neutron threshold has been discussed in many refs. /1–5/ for nuclei with A > 100. The conclusions for the average width \({{\bar{\Gamma }}_{{\gamma i}}}\) (usually expressed as \({{\bar{\Gamma }}_{{\gamma i}}} = CE_{\gamma }^{k}{{A}^{P}}D\)) compared with the single-particle and the giant-dipole resonance estimates may be summarized as follows:

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© Plenum Press, New York 1979

Authors and Affiliations

  • J. Kopecky
    • 1
  1. 1.FOM-ECN Nuclear Structure GroupNetherlands Energy Research Foundation ECNPettenThe Netherlands

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