The NUBASE2016 evaluation of nuclear properties

  title={The NUBASE2016 evaluation of nuclear properties},
  author={Georges Audi and F. G. Kondev and Meng Wang and W. J. Huang and S. Naimi},
  journal={Chinese Physics C},
This paper presents the NUBASE2016 evaluation that contains the recommended values for nuclear and decay properties of 3437 nuclides in their ground and excited isomeric (T(1/2) ≥ 100 ns) states. All nuclides for which any experimental information is known were considered. NUBASE2016 covers all data published by October 2016 in primary (journal articles) and secondary (mainly laboratory reports and conference proceedings) references, together with the corresponding bibliographical information… 

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