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Normalisation of intensity and small adjustements of pulse heights can be easily accomplished by superimposing a sheet of transparent doubly logarithmic paper with the constructed shape with one on which the spectrum under study is recorded. This procedure is repeated for every peak resolved from the total pulse height distribution, going to lower energies in every step. At every stage the residuals in the higher-energy region and the general appearance of the partially stripped spectrum are inspected.

At first sight, there is no chances to get surviving superheavy nuclei in such reactions. However, as mentioned above, the yield of the primary 24 W. Greiner and V. Zagrebaev Fig. 11. – Mass distributions of primary (solid histogram), surviving and sequential fission fragments (hatched areas) in the 232 Th + 250 Cf collision at 800 MeV center-of-mass energy. On the right the result of longer calculation is shown. fragments will increase due to the QF effect (lead valley) as compared to the gradual monotonic decrease typical for damped mass transfer reactions.

Figure 7 also shows another important result concerning the γ transitions of 207 Pb as obtained by the decay of 207 Bi with the help of the γ-ray scintillation spectrometry [6]. A sum coincidences technique was used in this case (summing discriminator channel connected to a fast-slow concidence system) detecting the cascade γ-rays from a specific level: the f7/2 single-particle (hole) state (at 2341 keV) which decays to the p3/2 one (E2 transition of 1445 keV) and to the f7/2 level (pure M 1 spin-flip transition).

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