Tc92 and Tc93 by relative cross-section measurements

Kundu, D. N. ; Pool, M. L. (1948) Tc92 and Tc93 by relative cross-section measurements Physical Review, 74 (12). pp. 1775-1781. ISSN 0031-899X

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Official URL: http://prola.aps.org/abstract/PR/v74/i12/p1775_1

Related URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRev.74.1775

Abstract

Under 5-Mev proton and 10-Mev deuteron bombardments on natural Mo and on electro-magnetically enriched Mo isotopes, activities of 2.7-hour, 47-minute, and 4.5-minute half-lives are found to be produced from Mo92. The relative cross sections for the production of these activities are 25:127:1, respectively. On comparing these figures with those for the (p,n):(p,γ ) reactions from Mo95, the 47-minute activity is assigned to Tc92, and the 2.7-hour and the 4.5-minute activities to Tc93. Tc92 decays by K-capture only attended with 1.5-Mev γ-rays. For the 2.7-hour Tc93, the decay is 93 percent by K-capture and 7 percent by emission of positrons of maximum energy 0.83 Mev. There are also γ-rays of energy 2.0 Mev associated with this activity.

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