Nuclear Data Sheets for A=268,272,276,280,284,288,292

  title={Nuclear Data Sheets for A=268,272,276,280,284,288,292},
  author={Balraj Singh},
  journal={Nuclear Data Sheets},
Abstract Spectroscopic information such as production, identification, half-lives, decay modes and possible excited states for experimentally known nuclides of mass numbers 268, 272, 276, 280, 284, 288, and 292 are presented together with the recommended values, superseding information and data in the previous ENSDF and NDS evaluation by 2005Gu33. No nuclides have yet been identified for A=296 and 300. In the last 14 years, large amounts of new and definitive data on the superheavy nuclides… Expand
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