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Nuclear Isomerism in Rhodium

Crittenden, E. C., Jr. and Bacher, R. F. (1938) Nuclear Isomerism in Rhodium. Physical Review, 54 (10). p. 862. ISSN 0031-899X. doi:10.1103/PhysRev.54.862.

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Pontecorvo has recently pointed out that Rh^(104) emits numerous electrons of energy 35—60 kev. He ascribes these electrons to the internal conversion of the gamma-radiation emitted when the Rh^(104) nucleus goes from an excited state (4.2-minute period) to the ground state. From the ground state there is beta-emission which gives Pd^(104) and is ascribed to the 44-second period. The emission of the gamma-ray from the excited state is an alternative process to the direct emission of a beta-ray from the excited state. In this latter connection the beta-ray spectra associated with the two periods are of interest.

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