Nuclear half-lives for α-radioactivity of elements with 100 ⩽ Z ⩽ 130

  title={Nuclear half-lives for $\alpha$-radioactivity of elements with 100 ⩽ Z ⩽ 130},
  author={Partha Roy Chowdhury and Chhanda Samanta and Dipankar Narayan Basu},
  journal={Atomic Data and Nuclear Data Tables},
Estimation of alpha decay half lives for isotopes super heavy nuclei (even [Z]-even [N]),(even-odd),(odd-even)and(odd-odd) the range atomic number Z=104-118
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