Total Beta Decay Energies of Neutron-Rich Fission Products

  • Eva Lund
  • Gösta Rudstam


Until recently, very little has been known about the shape of the nuclear mass surface far out on the neutron-rich side of beta stability. The reason for this scarcity of data has been, in the first place, experimental difficulties connected to the short half-lives of the nuclides of interest. The introduction of online isotope-separator techniques has improved the experimental situation considerably, and it is now possible to study in detail the properties of a wide band of highly neutron-rich fission products.


Fission Product Decay Energy Mass Formula Decay Scheme Beta Particle 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Eva Lund
    • 1
  • Gösta Rudstam
    • 1
  1. 1.The Swedish Research Councils’ Laboratory StudsvikNyköpingSweden

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