Atomic weights of the elements 2007 (IUPAC Technical Report)

@article{Wieser2009AtomicWO,
  title={Atomic weights of the elements 2007 (IUPAC Technical Report)},
  author={Michael E. Wieser and Michael Berglund},
  journal={Pure and Applied Chemistry},
  year={2009},
  volume={81},
  pages={2131 - 2156}
}
The latest evaluation of atomic weight determinations and other cognate data has warranted five changes for the standard atomic weights of the elements, Ar(E), from those published previously in the Table of Atomic Weights 2005. The revised standard atomic weight of nickel, Ar(Ni), is 58.6934(4); zinc, Ar(Zn), is 65.38(2); molybdenum, Ar(Mo), is 95.96(2); ytterbium, Ar(Yb), is 173.054(5); and lutetium, Ar(Lu), is 174.9668(1). Standard atomic weight tables abridged to four and five significant… 

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