The β-decay of Na32 has been studied using β-γ coincidences. New transitions and levels are tentatively placed in the level scheme of Mg32 from an analysis of γ-γ and β-γ-γ coincidences. The observation of the indirect feeding of the 2321 keV state in Mg32 removes some restrictions previously placed on the spin assignment for this state. No evidence of a state at 2117 keV in Mg32 is found. Previously unobserved weak transitions up to 5.4 MeV were recorded but could not be placed in the decay scheme of Na32. © 2007 The American Physical Society.
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Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics
Mattoon, C., Sarazin, F., Hackman, G., Cunningham, E., Austin, R., Ball, G., Chakrawarthy, R., Finlay, P., Garrett, P., Grinyer, G., Hyland, B., Koopmans, K., Leslie, J., Phillips, A., Schumaker, M., Scraggs, H., Schwarzenberg, J., Smith, M., Svensson, C., Waddington, J., Walker, P., Washbrook, B., & Zganjar, E. (2007). β decay of Na32. Physical Review C - Nuclear Physics, 75 (1) https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.75.017302