Yields of the isotopes of the element: Bismuth

196m, 196, 197, 201, 201m, 188m, 192, 194, 195m, 197m, 202, 203, 204, 191m, 200, 203m, 198m, 198, 199, 200, 204m, 190, 193m, 198, 200m, 214, 215, 188, 189, 192m, 194, 195, 199m, 204, 189m, 190m, 191, 193, 194m, 196 Bi
Element A number Half life SC or PSB* Yield at ISOLDE Target material
(ions/µC)
Bi 188 - 3+ 60 ms PSB 3.8E+00 UCx
Bi 188 - 10- 265 ms PSB 2.1E+01 UCx
Bi 189 - g 680 ms    PSB 1.4E+02 UCx
Bi 190 - g+m   PSB 1.0E+03 UCx
Bi 191 - 9/2- 12.4 s PSB 3.0E+04 UCx
Bi 191 - 1/2+ 125 ms PSB 7.3E+01 UCx
Bi 192 - 10- 39.6 s PSB 1.1E+05 UCx
Bi 192 - 3+ 34.6 s PSB 3.6E+04 UCx
Bi 193 - 9/2- 63.6 s PSB 3.0E+06 UCx
Bi 193 - 1/2+ 3.2 s PSB 4.0E+04 UCx
Bi 194 - g+m1+m2 PSB 1.6E+07 UCx
Bi 195 - g 183 s    PSB 1.4E+07 UCx
Bi 196 - g+m1+m2 PSB 2.2E+07 UCx
Bi 197 - g+m PSB 1.1E+07 UCx
Bi 198 - m2 7.7 s    PSB 9.3E+06 UCx
Bi 199 - g+m PSB 1.2E+07 UCx
Bi 200 - g+m1+m2 PSB 6.0E+06 UCx
Bi 201 - m 59.1 m    PSB 2.7E+06 UCx
Bi 202 - g 1.72 h    PSB 1.0E+07 UCx
Bi 203 - m 303 ms    PSB 1.9E+06 UCx
Bi 204 - g+m1+m2 PSB 6.2E+06 UCx
Bi 215 7.6 m    PSB 1.4E+03 UCx
Bi 218 33 s PSB 4.4E+01 UCx
Bi 189 - g 680 ms    SC 2.0E+01* UCx
Bi 190 - g 6.3 s    SC 4.5E+01* ThTa
Bi 190 - g 6.3 s    SC 8.0E+02* UCx
Bi 191 - g 12 s    SC 1.2E+03* ThTa
Bi 191 - g 12 s    SC 7.0E+03* UCx
Bi 192 - g 37 s    SC 7.0E+04* UCx
Bi 193 - g 67 s    SC 5.0E+03* ThTa
Bi 193 - g 67 s    SC 2.2E+05* UCx
Bi 194 - g 95 s    SC 2.1E+05* ThTa
Bi 194 - g 95 s    SC 6.0E+05* UCx
Bi 195 - g 183 s    SC 4.3E+05* ThTa
Bi 195 - m 87 s    SC 1.6E+05* ThTa
Bi 200 - g 36.4 m    SC 2.0E+07* UCx
Bi 214 - g 19.9 m    SC 1.1E+04* ThTa

*In the ISOLDE Yield Database the beam intensities for isotopes of the elements measured at ISOLDE PSB (PS Booster with 1.0 or 1.4 GeV protons) are presented. For isotopes where no new yields are listed yet from the PSB, one can get an idea from looking at the available SC yields (0.6 GeV protons).

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