delayed-proton spectrum, beta decay, energy, carbon
The delayed-proton spectrum following the β decay of 9C (t1/2=126.5±1.0 msec) was found to consist primarily of a continuum extending from 13 to 1.5 MeV, the latter being the lowest energy observed. In addition to the previously observed peaks at 9.28 and 12.30 MeV (C.M.), possible peaks between 3 and 7 MeV have been tentatively identified.
Original Publication Citation
J.E. Estrel, David D. Allred, J.C. Hardy, R.G. Sextro, and J. Cerny, "β-Delayed Proton Decay of 9C," Physical Review C, 6, 373-375, (1972). [http://link.aps.org/doi/1.113/PhysRevC.6.373][1.113/PhysRevC.6.373].
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Allred, David D.; Esterl, John E.; Hardy, J. C.; Sextro, R. G.; and Cerny, Joseph, "β-Delayed Proton Decay of 9C" (1972). Faculty Publications. 790.
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