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The detailed analysis of the beta-delayed fission data of Tl-180 is presented. The experiment was performed by producing a pure beam of Tl-180 by means of highly selective resonance laser ionization followed by mass separation with the ISOLDE (CERN, Geneva) isotope separator. A surprising asymmetric mass distribution of fission fragments from Hg-180, the daughter of Tl-180 beta decays, was observed. Here, the energy calibration of the silicon detectors, which is crucial for a proper determination of the fission fragments' energy and mass split, is presented and the total kinetic energy and its dependence on the mass split ratio is discussed. A more precise beta-delayed fission probability P-beta DF(Tl-180) = 3.2(2) x 10(-3)% was deduced.
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fission fragment mass distribution, fission, Isolde, SURFACE-BARRIER DETECTORS, NUCLEAR-FISSION, HEAVY-IONS, MASS, FRAGMENTS

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Elseviers, Jytte, Andrei N Andreyev, M Huyse, P Van Duppen, S Antalic, A Barzakh, N Bree, et al. 2013. “Β-delayed Fission of 180Tl.” Physical Review C 88 (4).
APA
Elseviers, J., Andreyev, A. N., Huyse, M., Van Duppen, P., Antalic, S., Barzakh, A., Bree, N., et al. (2013). β-delayed fission of 180Tl. PHYSICAL REVIEW C, 88(4).
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Elseviers J, Andreyev AN, Huyse M, Van Duppen P, Antalic S, Barzakh A, et al. β-delayed fission of 180Tl. PHYSICAL REVIEW C. 2013;88(4).
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Elseviers, Jytte, Andrei N Andreyev, M Huyse, et al. “Β-delayed Fission of 180Tl.” PHYSICAL REVIEW C 88.4 (2013): n. pag. Print.
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  abstract     = {The detailed analysis of the beta-delayed fission data of Tl-180 is presented. The experiment was performed by producing a pure beam of Tl-180 by means of highly selective resonance laser ionization followed by mass separation with the ISOLDE (CERN, Geneva) isotope separator. A surprising asymmetric mass distribution of fission fragments from Hg-180, the daughter of Tl-180 beta decays, was observed. Here, the energy calibration of the silicon detectors, which is crucial for a proper determination of the fission fragments' energy and mass split, is presented and the total kinetic energy and its dependence on the mass split ratio is discussed. A more precise beta-delayed fission probability P-beta DF(Tl-180) = 3.2(2) x 10(-3)\% was deduced.},
  articleno    = {044321},
  author       = {Elseviers, Jytte and Andreyev, Andrei N and Huyse, M and Van Duppen, P and Antalic, S and Barzakh, A and Bree, N and Cocolios, TE and Comas, VF and Diriken, J and Fedorov, D and Fedosseev, VN and Franchoo, S and Ghys, L and Heredia, JA and Ivanov, O and K{\"o}ster, U and Marsh, BA and Nishio, K and Page, RD and Patronis, N and Seliverstov, MD and Tsekhanovich, I and Van den Bergh, P and Van De Walle, J and Venhart, M and Vermote, Sofie and Veselsk{\'y}, M and Wagemans, Cyrillus},
  issn         = {0556-2813},
  journal      = {PHYSICAL REVIEW C},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {13},
  title        = {\ensuremath{\beta}-delayed fission of 180Tl},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevC.88.044321},
  volume       = {88},
  year         = {2013},
}

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