DuBridge, L. A. and Barnes, S. W. and Buck, J. H. and Strain, C. V. (1938) Proton induced radioactivities. Physical Review, 53 (6). pp. 447-453. ISSN 0031-899X http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:DUBpr38
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Results are tabulated of the radioactivities produced by 4 Mev protons in targets of 7N, 8O, 20Ca, 24Cr, 27Co, 30Zn, 34Se, 42Mo, 46Pd, 48Cd, 49In. In most cases the reactions are of the p-n type, and lead to isotopes which emit either + or - electrons. A detailed study was made of O, Zn and Se. The reaction O18(p, n)F18 (107 min.) shows a threshold at 2.56 Mev and a positron energy of 0.74 Mev in good agreement with the energy relations. The cross section for the reaction at 4 Mev is about 2×10^-25 cm^2 and there is a resonance maximum at 3.55 Mev. The cross section for the reaction O16(p, γ)F17 is 4000 times smaller. The isomeric Br80 periods (17.4 min. and 4.45 hr.) are observed in the reaction Se80(p, n)Br80. At 4 Mev the ratio of the short to long period activities for infinite bombardment is about 15 but the thresholds are at about 3.0 and 3.2 Mev, respectively. The cross section for the reaction is about 0.6×10^-26 cm^2 at 4 Mev.
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