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Chlorine.35: delayed coincidence lifetime measurements.

Arthur Mahlon Charlesworth

Chlorine.35: delayed coincidence lifetime measurements.

by Arthur Mahlon Charlesworth

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chlorine,
  • Force and energy,
  • Nuclear physics,
  • Physics Theses

  • Edition Notes

    Thesis (M.A.), Dept. of Physics, University of Toronto

    ContributionsAzuma, R. E. (supervisor)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLE3 T525 MA 1964 C43
    The Physical Object
    Pagination51 p.
    Number of Pages51
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14745349M

    Together with an appropriate scan controller, TTTR mode is also suitable for ultra fast Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging (FLIM) with unlimited image size. Applications beyond fluorescence spectroscopy are e.g. in quantum optics and related basic PicoHarp actually supports two different Time-Tagging modes, T2 and T3 mode. Analysis of photon correlations for e.g. coincidence correlation or coincidence counting is best performed with the QuCoa software package. The HydraHarp can be used for various applications that can make use of a multi-channel TCSPC and/or time tagging system with independent channels, such as.

    The estimation of the background of the random coincidence can be done using the background counting rate of the electron and proton detectors in similar experiments [6, 7]. The background of the random coincidences with a resolution time of 10 µs should be about (2 to 20) s −1. The project was component of the US DOE, Metal Hydride Center of Excellence (MHCoE). The Sandia National Laboratory led center was established to conduct highly collaborative and multi-disciplinary applied R&D to develop new reversible hydrogen storage materials that meet or exceed DOE/FreedomCAR and system targets for hydrogen storage materials.

    Analysis of photon correlations for e.g. coincidence correlation or coincidence counting is best performed with the QuCoa software package. The TimeHarp can be used for various applications that can make use of a multi-channel TCSPC and/or time tagging system with independent channels, such as. Isochronous mass spectrometry has been applied in the storage ring CSRe to measure the masses of the Tz=−3/2 nuclei P27 and S The new mass excess value ME(S29)=−(13)keV is .


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Chlorine.35: delayed coincidence lifetime measurements by Arthur Mahlon Charlesworth Download PDF EPUB FB2

NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS AND METHODS 90 () II3; NORTH-HOLLAND PUBLISHING CO. LIFETIME MEASUREMENTS BY AN ELECTRON PHOTON COINCIDENCE METHOD R. IMHOF* and F. READ Department of Physics, The University, Manches England A new method is described for determining neutral atomic and molecular lifetimes, by measuring delayed coincidences Cited by:   A new method for the analysis of delayed-coincidence lifetime experiments is proposed following the approach of the Differential decay-curve method.

Examples of application of the procedure using simulated and experimental data reveal its reliability for lifetimes in the nanosecond and sub-nanosecond by: 2. clew Physics 3 ( ; arth- P ish ` Go., Amsterdam hot to he reproduced by pshotoprint or microfütu without tftn, p"iSSM4 fix= tt1 p blisher LMTVdES OF THE Analysis of laye Coincidence Life T EXCITE STATES N.

GALE The Physical Laboratories, The University, Manchester, Engirt Received 8 June 1+ Abstract: An analysis of delayed coincidence measurements Cited by:   Current literature contains many examples of Y-V delayed-coincidence measurements, and recent examples of the application of pulsed beams for short lifetime measurements are given as ref.

If the lifetime to be determined is comparable to the instrumental resolution or less, then it can only be deduced by comparing the time distribution Cited by:   WE have adapted the method of delayed coincidences 1 to the investigation of lifetimes of excited states of atomic helium.

Helium gas at a pressure of Chlorine.35: delayed coincidence lifetime measurements. book mm. mercury was excited by a beam Cited by:   Authors Refer- Yea, Method Lifetime ence (as) Present work Photon-photon delayed coincidence King et al 35 Electron-photon de- layed coincidence Oeherovich et al 29 Pulsed excitation fner and 21 Calculations Schwarz K.

MOHAMED (c) 7'So level The mean lifetime obtained for the 7'So level in mercury. Using thermal-neutron capture on natural manganese targets, delayed coincidence lifetime measurements have been made for the 26 keV level: T1/2 = ± ns, and the keV level: T1/2 = Lifetimes of the first 2+ states inGd have been measured by means of β—γ delayed coincidence technique for mass‐separated Eu and Eu isotopes.

Using the obtained lifetimes τ(Gd). Books. Publishing Support. Login. Reset your password. If you have a user account, you will need to reset your password the next time you login. You will only need to do this once.

Find out more. IOPscience login / Sign Up. Positronium Chemistry focuses on the methodologies, reactions, processes, and transformations involved in positronium chemistry. The publication first offers information on positrons and positronium and experimental methods, including mesonic atoms, angular correlation measurements, annihilation spectra, and statistical errors in delayed coincidence measurements.

Lifetimes have been measured by a delayed coincidence method, combined with direct electron-impact excitation of the ground state molecules and single photon counting techniques to detect induced fluorescence to the a 3 Σ g + state. Pronounced pressure-dependence of the experimental lifetimes was observed and properly taken into account.

New measurements of the radiative lifetime of the C 3 Π u state of N 2 have been made using the single photon delayed‐coincidence technique.

No significant variation of the lifetime with v′ having been found the proposed value is τ = (±) is in good agreement with published values that we consider as the more reliable ones following the criteria discussed in.

In this Rapid Communication, we report lifetime measurements of low-lying states in Au using the recoil-distance Doppler shift (RDDS) method [14]. The lifetime of the Kr II 5p ^4D_sp{7/2 }{rm o} state was found to be +/- nanoseconds and is in agreement with two previous measurements.

This first measurement provided a calibration. The radiative lifetimes of the A /sup 2/R (v' = ) and B /sup 2/S/sup +/ (v' = ) states of CO/sup +/ have been measured by means of the delayed coincidence method.

Excitation has been performed by a pulsed electron beam incident on CO. 2 The effective lifetime describes the cumulative lifetime of a given level including all feeding times from cascades of levels above that level. 3 W.u. (Weisskopf unit) is defined as ×10 −2 A 2/3 e 2 (fm) 2 for E1 radiation, ×10 −2 A 4/3 e.

Abstract. The introduction of narrow width dye lasers and high power electron excitation has enabled lifetime registrations at Å FWHM resolution or better which has implied great progress in studies of complex atomic spectra and, in particular, molecular spectra.

Purchase Nuclear Spin-Parity Assignments - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNA RECENT communication by (the late) S. Heron, R. McWhirter and E. Rhoderick1 on “Measurements of Life-times of Excited States of Atoms by the Method of Delayed Coincidences” was read.

By the addition of a delay, this coincidence method evolved to measure delayed coincidence, and thus provided the means for time-resolved measurements. InRossi published a method to measure the amplitude of the signal as a function of the delay between pulses—an invention he referred to as the 'time circuit', and is nowadays know as.

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Since its discovery in by Rutherford and Suddy [], it has been confirmed in numerous measurements of radioactive decay (see e.g. in []).Theoretical derivations of the exponential law can be achieved from probabilistic and .A Gorgen's 76 research works with citations and 2, reads, including: Neutron-induced fission and radiative-capture cross sections from decay probabilities obtained with a .