This work presents new evaluation of A=105 nuclear structure and decay data. It covers a range of nuclei from the very neutron-rich 105 38Sr to the extremely neutron-deficient 105 52Te, known also to be the doughter of the lightest alpha decaying nucleus 109I. The work is based on experimental studies performed in the last 73 years, where A=105 nuclei were produced in particle transfer, fusion/evaporation reactions, sponataneus and induced fission, fusion and fragmentation of relativistic beams, radioactive decay etc.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Nuclear and High Energy Physics