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Predictions of unknown masses and their applications
Jiang, H; Fu, GJ; Sun, B; Liu, M; Wang, N; Wang, M; Ma, YG(马余刚); Lin, CJ; Zhao, YM; Zhang, YH; Ren, ZZ; Arima, A
Source PublicationPHYSICAL REVIEW C
AbstractIn this paper we predict atomic masses which are not experimentally accessible by using local mass relations which connect with the proton-neutron interactions with improved accuracy. Based on our predicted masses, we investigate one-proton and one-neutron drip lines for a few regions in the nuclide chart and alpha-decay half-lives times for some isotopes with proton number 102 <= Z <= 106. The impact of our predicted one-neutron separation energies on astrophysical r-process nucleosynthesis is discussed within the framework of a classical r-process model.
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Jiang, H,Fu, GJ,Sun, B,et al. Predictions of unknown masses and their applications[J]. PHYSICAL REVIEW C,2012,85(5).
APA Jiang, H.,Fu, GJ.,Sun, B.,Liu, M.,Wang, N.,...&Arima, A.(2012).Predictions of unknown masses and their applications.PHYSICAL REVIEW C,85(5).
MLA Jiang, H,et al."Predictions of unknown masses and their applications".PHYSICAL REVIEW C 85.5(2012).
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