Yields of the isotopes of the element: Mercury

185, 197, 201, 180, 192, 194, 195m, 197m, 202, 203, 205m, 191m, 200, 178, 199, 181, 183, 184, 187, 190, 193m, 198, 179, 186, 205, 177, 182, 187m, 188, 189, 195, 199m, 185m, 189m, 191, 193, 196, 206 Hg
Element A number Half life SC or PSB* Yield at ISOLDE Target material
(ions/µC)
Hg 180 2.8 s   PSB 4.0E+05 Pb
Hg 184 30.9 s   PSB 9.0E+07 PbBi
Hg 186 1.38 m   PSB 1.3E+09 PbBi
Hg 188 3.25 m   PSB 1.4E+09 PbBi
Hg 190 20.0 m   PSB 7.2E+09 PbBi
Hg 192 4.85 h    PSB 6.3E+09 PbBi
Hg 193 3.80 h    PSB 1.2E+10 PbBi
Hg 195 9.9 h    PSB 1.1E+10 PbBi
Hg 197 64.14 h   PSB 1.8E+10 PbBi
Hg 199 - m 42.6 m    PSB 2.0E+10 Pb
Hg 203 46.612 d   PSB 1.2E+09 PbBi
Hg 205 5.2 m    PSB 1.8E+08 PbBi
Hg 206 8.15 m   PSB 8.1E+07 PbBi
Hg 206 8.15 m   PSB 1.5E+08 Pb
Hg 177 - g 0.130 s   SC 8.9E-01* Pb
Hg 178 - g 266 ms   SC 3.8E+01* Pb
Hg 179 - g 1.09 s    SC 1.6E+03* Pb
Hg 180 - g 2.8 s    SC 5.3E+04* Pb
Hg 181 - g 3.6 s    SC 7.1E+05* Pb
Hg 181 - g 3.6 s    SC 8.3E+03* ThTa
Hg 181 - g 3.6 s    SC 1.0E+03* UCx
Hg 182 - g 10.83 s   SC 7.9E+06* Pb
Hg 182 - g 10.83 s   SC 1.3E+05* ThTa
Hg 182 - g 10.83 s   SC 6.0E+03* UCx
Hg 183 - g 9.4 s    SC 4.5E+07* Pb
Hg 183 - g 9.4 s    SC 5.7E+05* ThTa
Hg 183 - g 9.4 s    SC 3.0E+04* UCx
Hg 184 - g 30.9 s   SC 1.3E+08* Pb
Hg 184 - g 30.9 s   SC 1.1E+06* ThTa
Hg 185 - g 49.1 s   SC 2.5E+08* Pb
Hg 186 - g 1.38 m   SC 5.6E+08* Pb
Hg 187 - g 2.4 m    SC 1.3E+09* Pb
Hg 188 - g 3.25 m   SC 2.0E+09* Pb
Hg 189 - g 7.6 m    SC 3.2E+09* Pb
Hg 190 - g 20.0 m   SC 4.0E+09* Pb
Hg 191 - g 49 m    SC 5.0E+09* Pb
Hg 192 - g 4.85 h   SC 5.6E+09* Pb
Hg 193 - g 3.80 h   SC 6.3E+09* Pb
Hg 194 - g 444 y   SC 7.1E+09* Pb
Hg 195 - g 9.9 h   SC 6.3E+09* Pb
Hg 196 - g stable  SC 7.1E+09* Pb
Hg 197 - g 64.14 h   SC 7.1E+09* Pb
Hg 198 - g stable   SC 6.3E+09* Pb
Hg 199 - g stable   SC 6.3E+09* Pb
Hg 200 - g stable   SC 4.2E+09* Pb
Hg 201 - g stable   SC 2.8E+09* Pb
Hg 202 - g stable   SC 7.9E+08* Pb
Hg 203 - g 46.612 d  SC 9.3E+08* Pb
Hg 205 - g 5.2 m    SC 6.3E+07* Pb

*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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