Investigation of the spontaneous fission properties of neutron-deficient nobelium isotopes
AUTHORS: A.V. Isaev, A.I. Svirikhin, A.V. Andreev, A.V. Yeremin, I.N. Izosimov, A.N. Kuznetsov, A.A. Kuznetsova, O.N. Malyshev, A.G. Popeko, Yu.A. Popov, E.A. Sokol, M.L. Chelnokov, V.I. Chepigin, T.M. Schneidman, B. Gall, O. Dorvaux, P. Brione, A. Sellam, K. Hauschild, A. Lopez-Martenz, K. Rezynkina, S. Mullins, P. Mosat
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In the last years we carried out several experiments aimed to investigate properties of short-lived SF isotopes. The neutron-deficient isotopes of nobelium were produced in fusion-evaporation reactions using 206,208 Pb targets and an intense 48 Ca-beam. Fusion-evaporation residues were separated by the SHELS separator and implanted into a large-area double-sided (48 × 48) strip silicon detector surrounded by 3 He-based neutron counters. Half-lives and decay branching ratios for 252,254 No isotopes were measured. The average number of neutrons per spontaneous fission of 254 No determined for the first time.
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