History of the recommended atomic-weight values from 1882 to 1997: A comparison of differences from current values to the estimated uncertainties of earlier values (Technical Report)

@article{Coplen1998HistoryOT,
  title={History of the recommended atomic-weight values from 1882 to 1997: A comparison of differences from current values to the estimated uncertainties of earlier values (Technical Report)},
  author={Tyler B. Coplen and H. Steffen Peiser},
  journal={Pure and Applied Chemistry},
  year={1998},
  volume={70},
  pages={237 - 257}
}
International commissions and national committees for atomic weights (mean relative atomic masses) have recommended regularly updated, best values for these atomic weights as applicable to terrestrial sources of the chemical elements. Presented here is a historically complete listing starting with the values in F. W. Clarke's 1882 recalculation, followed by the recommended values in the annual reports of the American Chemical Society's Atomic Weights Commission. From 1903, an International… Expand

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