Presentation 核共鳴蛍光散乱データの現状

静間, 俊行

We have carried out nuclear resonance fluorescence experiments using LCS photon beams at AIST, NewSUBARU, and HIS (USA) and using bremsstrahlung photons at HZDR (Germany) to investigate E1 and M1 responses of nuclei such as the spin-flip and scissors M1 resonances as well as the E1 pygmy resonance [3-6]. We have also developed techniques of non-destructive isotope-specific identification of nuclear materials for nuclear security purposes [7-9]. In this talk, I will present recent status of NRF data by showing the techniques applied to the NRF measurements and the results obtained from the measurement using the LCS and bremsstrahlung photon beams.

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