/ Experiment-Nucl arXiv:0906.2838

Parameters of Distribution of the Primary Gamma-Transition Intensities Following Resonance Neutron Capture and Some Properties of Compound Nuclei Gd-157,159

Sukhovoj, A.M. (Dubna, JINR) ; Khitrov, V.A. (Dubna, JINR)

Pages: 11

Abstract: The re-analysis of the published experimental data on the primary gamma-transition intensities following neutron capture in different groups of neutron resonances in $^{156,158}$Gd has been performed. There are determined the most probable values of sum of E1 and M1 primary transitions, numbers of excited by them levels of both parities, ratios of radiative strength functions k(M1)/k(E1), dispersions of deviations of random values of intensities from the average and ratios of mean intensities of primary transitions to levels J=5/2 with respect to analogous data for J=1/2 and 3/2 (capture of the 24 keV neutrons) in narrow excitation energy intervals. All the data on level density and sums of radiative strength functions confirm the presence of clearly expressed step-like structure in level density below 3 MeV and general trend in change in strength functions as changing primary gamma-transition energy. Variations of distribution dispersions and, especially, ratio k(M1)/k(E1) (or $k(E1)/k(M1)$) at changing excitation energy point to strong change in structure of these nuclei above 1.0-1.5 MeV.

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