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On Wed, 13 Jun 2012 17:57:35 GMT, Dennis H. Wright wrote:
> Radioactive decay does have the states in 26Al that you're interested in
I ran rdecay01 with attached macro. here is the result. Al26 isomer decays as expected ...
======================== run summary ====================== The run was 100000 Al26[229.0] of 0 eV ===========================================================
Nb of generated particles:
Al26[229.0]: 100000 Emean = 0 eV ( 0 eV --> 0 eV ) Mg26[0.0]: 100000 Emean = 156 eV ( 0.06561 eV --> 370.1 eV ) e+: 99937 Emean = 1.413 MeV ( 207.1 eV --> 3.176 MeV) nu_e: 100000 Emean = 1.798 MeV ( 34.12 keV --> 4.232 MeV)
Ekin Total (Q): mean = 3.211 MeV ( 3.21 MeV --> 4.232 MeV)
Momentum balance (excluding gamma desexcitation): mean = 5.715e-06 eV ( 9.395e-11 eV --> 0.0002179 eV )
Total time of life : mean = 9.187 s half-life = 6.368 s ( 55.6 mus --> 1.845 min)
Activity of Al26[229.0] = 2.521e+21 Bq/g (6.814e+10 Ci/g)