Recent Minnesota Mass Results
I wish to report on several features of the work of the Mass Measuring group at the University of Minnesota that have occurred since the 1967 Winnipeg conference. The main efforts recently have been in three areas; (a) the measurements of U235 U238, and Th232 (b) a study of the feasibility of mass measurements of short half-life radioactive isotopes, and (c) development of a new technique for peak matching which may be used with only partially resolved doublets.
KeywordsMass Measurement Atomic Mass Mass Difference Mass Table Peak Match
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