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Nuclidic Masses and Binding Energies of Nuclei from Samarium to Lutetium

  • R. A. Demirkhanov
  • V. V. Dorokhov
  • M. I. Dzkuya
Conference paper

Abstract

There is a great scarcity of experimental data on the precise measurement of nuclidic masses in the range of rare earth elements. The survey paper1 on the Nuclidic Masses gives a critical review of all the data available up to 1960 and contains averages, calculated by the method of the least squares, of all the values obtained from both nuclear data and mass-spectrometrical measurements. In actual fact, however, the great majority of nuclidic masses reported in that paper have been calculated on the basis of one report2, since no other mass-spectrometrical data were available at that time, while available nuclear data in this range of masses were very scarce and only fragmentary by nature.

Keywords

Binding Energy Nuclear Reaction Mass Difference Nuclear Data Mercury Isotope 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • R. A. Demirkhanov
    • 1
  • V. V. Dorokhov
    • 1
  • M. I. Dzkuya
    • 1
  1. 1.Physical Technical Institute of the Georgian Academy of SciencesSukhumi 2USSR

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