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The spectrum of prompt conversion electrons emitted by excited 254No nuclei has been measured, revealing discrete lines arising from transitions within the ground state band. A striking feature is a broad distribution that peaks near 100 keV and comprises high multiplicity electron cascades, probably originating from Ml transitions within rotational bands built on high K states. Evidence for the existence of isomeric states in 254No is presented.


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2107 - 2117