Table of isotopes, Volumes 1-2

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Wiley, Apr 6, 1998 - Science - 138 pages
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Nuclear structure and decay data for more than 3,500 isotopes and isomers-over 400 new additions. Also in this 1998 Update: How to use the Table of Isotopes CD-ROM Isotope Explorer user's manual How to use the Internet Table of Isotopes Principal gamma rays from isotopes with half-lives > 1.0h Alpha-particle energies. This book's fully updated companion CD-ROM includes: Radioactive decay and nuclear structure information for more than 3,500 isotopes and isomers -over 400 new additions Additional appendices for: Experimental and theoretical atomic mass data Theoretical chart of the nuclides New edition of the Table of Superdeformed Nuclear Bands and Fission Isomers Synthesis of data for more than 150,000 references -the most complete source of information available. Features of the CD-ROM: Isotope Explorer software searches evaluated nuclear structure data file (ENSDF) database. This software can select and display ENSDF data as: Decay scheme and nuclear structure drawings Tables with hypertext-linked comments and footnotes Plots of related information Nuclear charts color-coded by selected properties Reference keyword abstracts. Additional information on CD-ROM includes: Thermal neutron cross sections Nuclear astrophysics reaction rates Spontaneous fission yields Table of radioactive isotopes databases. System requirements: For PC, Macintosh?, or UNIX? systems with double speed or faster CD-ROM drive and sufficient RAM memory to run AdobeTM Acrobat? (see Adobe Acrobat Reader Information in book for specific system requirements). Acrobat Reader? version 3.01 included for Windows?, DOS, Macintosh, and UNIX. Internet browser compatible with HTML 2 or higher required for viewing HTML documents. Isotope Explorer requires a Windows? 95 or NT operating system.

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Introduction
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General Features of the 8th Edition
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Detailed Description of the Tables and Drawings
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