We have measured neutron resonances in the palladium isotopes 104, 105, and 110 for neutron energies from 1 to 2100 eV. Many new p-wave resonances have been observed. Their neutron widths and, in several cases, the radiative widths were measured. The average level spacings and the s-wave and p-wave neutron strength functions were determined. The time-of-flight method was used for both neutron total cross section measurements and total (n,γ) reaction yield measurements at the pulsed spallation neutron source of Los Alamos Neutron Science Center. Well established resonance spectroscopy for these isotopes is essential for the analysis of parity violation data that were recently measured in palladium.
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Bowman, J D., Smith, D A., Crawford, B E., Haseyama, T., Grossmann, C. A., Masaike, A., Matsuda, Y., Mitchell, G. E., Penttila, S. I., Roberson, N. R., Seestrom, S. J., Sharapov, E. I., Stephenson, S., Yuan, V. W., & Sukhovoj, A. M. (2002). Neutron resonance spectroscopy of 104Pd, 105Pd, and 110Pd. Physical Review C, 65(024607).
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