Electron spectroscopy studies of the decay of 154Eu
The relative conversion electron intensities of 16 transitions between 440 and 1280 keV were measured in an iron-free double-focusing spectrometer. The K conversion coefficients of the nine strongest transitions were measured by the internal-external conversion method, and multipole assignments of these transitions were made. The conversion electron intensities of the 676 and 692 keV transition between the 4+ and 2+ levels of the K = 0 vibrational band and the 4+ and 2+ levels for the ground state rotational band, respectively, were found to be about 90% E0 radiation. Transitions of 534 and 681 keV are assigned to be pure E0. © 1968.
Publication Source (Journal or Book title)
Nuclear Physics, Section A
Brantley, W., Hamilton, J., Katoh, T., & Zganjar, E. (1968). Electron spectroscopy studies of the decay of 154Eu. Nuclear Physics, Section A, 118 (3), 677-685. https://doi.org/10.1016/0375-9474(68)90449-1