Decay of a Tz=-2 Nucleus: Argon-32
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-delayed protons have been observed from Ar32 (t1275 msec), the most neutron-deficient nucleus whose radioactive decay has ever been recorded. From the proton spectrum, the T=2 state in Cl32 has been identified to have a mass excess of -8295.65.2 keV. As the fourth accurately known member of an isobaric quintet, it provides an accurate test for a cubic term in the isobaric-multiplet mass equation as applied to narrow T=2 states: The coefficient of such a possible term is determined to be 0.52.5 keV. 1977 The American Physical Society.
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Hagberg, E., Hansen, P. G., Hardy, J. C., Huck, A., Jonson, B., Mattsson, S., ... Walter, G.
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Hagberg, E||Hansen, PG||Hardy, JC||Huck, A||Jonson, B||Mattsson, S||Ravn, HL||Tidemand-Petersson, P||Walter, G