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Atomic Mass Evaluation: the Mass Tables

Abstract : The advent of the "AME-Future" project a year and a half ago rendered the realization of a new mass table possible in the very near future: the AME2013 mass table. A large number of the new experimental data obtained from different laboratories have already been analyzed. They exhibit important changes in the mass surface. Most of these changes lift the mass surface to higher masses (reduced binding energies). The rise can be explained by previously under-estimated Q(beta) data of exotic species due to missed levels. Some onsequences of this change are expected in calculations using the nuclear masses as one of their ingredients. We will discuss here the expected impact on the nucleo-synthesis r-process path in astrophysics.
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G. Audi, M. Wang, A.H. Wapstra, B. Pfeiffer, F.C. Kondev. Atomic Mass Evaluation: the Mass Tables. Journal of the Korean Physical Society, Korean physical society, 2011, 59, pp.1318-1321. ⟨10.3938/jkps.59.1318⟩. ⟨in2p3-00623655⟩



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