Mass Spectrometry of Unstable Nuclei
The measurement of atomic masses of stable elements by mass spectrometry is a scientific achievement that is well documented in the entire series of AMCO Conference. As will be reported at this Conference, the precision now attained is of the order of kilovolts (or better) throughout the periodic table.
KeywordsExperimental Mass Digital Voltmeter Unstable Nucleus Large Scale Shell Model Large Scale Shell Model Calculation
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