Fukushima – Radioactive Isotopes & Half Lives et al.

Carbon 14 is more of a threat than Strontium, Ceasium et al.hh

Google Dr Pauling Carbon 14 and read his work on the effects of fallout

Hi there fellow Fukushima witnessess ;o) here’s a list of Isotopes and decay rates etc.from the document ‘The NUBASE evaluation of nuclear and
decay properties’which you can download from the web.
really it’s a hardcore science paper and some of the values are irrelevant for the purposes of half lifes and decay modes but hey just look how many radioactive isotopes there are??? ANd we only hear about Strontium 90, Ceasium 137, Iodine 131 etc….we’re being lied to big time…..there’s THOUSANDS of them…I first copied this to Notepad++ and it read 6389 lines and 352869 characters..some list eh?
I site creative commons and non profit educational purposes in reproducing this data and also that the greatest disaster in human history is in full swing and people need to know ;o) God Bless you all!!!

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As I said this is quite nd in depth piece of work but the main point is just HOW MANY there are…MAMA MIA!!!
In the left column is the Atomic symbol and number followed by

Nuclide – Mass excess – Excitation – Half-life – Jp – Ens Reference Decay modes and (keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)

If you want to get serious with it you can download it but for now just look how long this list is!!! Fukushima is spewing so much nuclear stuff into the environment it’s a catastrophy…just look at all these……as an experiment see how long it takes to scroll down this list…make a cup of tea and a fag first lololol ;o)

Good to Control + to read it better ;o)

1n 8071.3171 0.0005 613.9 s 0.6 1/2+ 00 02PaDG T ß -=100
1H 7288.9705 0.0001 STABLE 1/2+ 00 98Ro45 D IS=99.9885 70 *
*1H D : all isotopic abundances in NUBASE are from 98Ro45 **
2H 13135.7216 0.0003 STABLE 1+ 99 IS=0.0115 70
3H 14949.8060 0.0023 12.32 y 0.02 1/2+ 00 ß -=100
3He 14931.2148 0.0024 STABLE 1/2+ 98 IS=0.000137 3
3Li 28670# 2000# RN p-unstable 98 p ?
4H 25900 100 139 ys 10 2- 98 03Me11 T n=100 *
4He 2424.9156 0.0001 STABLE 0+ 98 IS=99.999863 3
4Li 25320 210 91 ys 9 2- 98 65Ce02 T p=100
*4H T : width=3.28(0.23) MeV; also 91Go19=4.7(1.0) outweighed, not used **
5H 32890 100 > 910 ys (1/2+) 02 03Go11 T 2n=100 *
5He 11390 50 700 ys 30 3/2- 02 n=100
5Li 11680 50 370 ys 30 3/2- 02 p=100
5Be 38000# 4000# 1/2+# 02 p?
*5H T : from width < 0.5MeV; at variance with 01Ko52=280(50) ys, width=1.9(0.4) **
*5H T : (same authors) but with instrumental resolution=1.3 MeV **
*5H T : others 91Go19=66(25) ys 95Al31=110 ys probably for higher state **
*5H J : from angular distribution consistent with l = 0 **
6H 41860 260 290 ys 70 2-# 02 n ?; 3n ?
6He 17595.1 0.8 806.7 ms 1.5 0+ 02 90Ri01 D ß -=100; ß -d=0.00028 5
6Li 14086.793 0.015 STABLE 1+ 02 IS=7.59 4
6Be 18375 5 5.0 zs 0.3 0+ 02 2p=100
6B 43600# 700# p-unstable# 2-# 2p ?
7H 49140# 1010# 23 ys 6 1/2+# 03Ko11 T 2n ? *
7He 26101 17 2.9 zs 0.5 (3/2)- 03 02Me07 T n=100 *
7Li 14908.14 0.08 STABLE 3/2- 03 IS=92.41 4
7Be 15770.03 0.11 53.22 d 0.06 3/2- 03 e =100
7B 27870 70 350 ys 50 (3/2-) 03 p=100
*7H T : from estimated width 20(5)MeV in Fig. 5 **
*7He T : from 159(28) keV, average 02Me07=150(80) 69St02=160(30) **
8He 31598 7 119.0 ms 1.5 0+ 99 88Aj01 D ß -=100; ß -n=16 1; ß -t=0.9 1 *
8Li 20946.84 0.09 840.3 ms 0.9 2+ 99 90Sa16 T ß -=100; ß -a=100 *
8Be 4941.67 0.04 67 as 17 0+ 99 a=100
8B 22921.5 1.0 770 ms 3 2+ 99 88Aj01 D ß +=100; ß +a=100 *
8C 35094 23 2.0 zs 0.4 0+ 99 2p=100
*8He D : ß -n intensity is from 88Aj01; ß -t intensity from 86Bo41 **
*8Li D : ß – decay to first 2+ state in 8Be, which decays 100% in 2 a **
*8B D:ß + to 2 excited states in 8Be, then a and ? , but not to 8Be ground-state **
9He 40939 29 7 zs 4 1/2(-#) 99 99Bo26 T n=100 *
9Li 24954.3 1.9 178.3 ms 0.4 3/2- 99 95Re.A D ß -=100; ß -n=50.8 2 *
9Be 11347.6 0.4 STABLE 3/2- 99 IS=100.
9B 12415.7 1.0 800 zs 300 3/2- 99 p=100
9C 28910.5 2.1 126.5 ms 0.9 (3/2-) 99 88Aj01 D ß +=100; ß +p=23; ß +a=17 *
*9He T : derived from width 100(60) keV J : from 01Ch31 **
*9Li D : also 92Te03 ß -n=51(1)% 81La11=49(5) outweighed, not used **
*9C D:ß +=12% and 11% to 2 excited p-emitting states in 9B, and 17% to a emitter **
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Nuclide Mass excess Excitation Half-life Jp Ens Reference Decay modes and
(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
10He 48810 70 2.7 zs 1.8 0+ 99 94Os04 T 2n=100 *
10Li 33051 15 2.0 zs 0.5 (1-,2-) 99 94Yo01 TJ n=100
10Lim 33250 40 200 40 RQ 3.7 zs 1.5 1+ 97Zi04 T IT=100 *
10Lin 33530 40 480 40 RQ 1.35 zs 0.24 2+ 94Yo01 T IT=100 *
10Be 12606.7 0.4 1.51 My 0.06 0+ 99 ß -=100
10B 12050.7 0.4 STABLE 3+ 99 IS=19.9 7
10C 15698.7 0.4 19.290 s 0.012 0+ 99 90Ba02 T ß +=100
10N 38800 400 200 ys 140 (2-) 99 02Le16 TJ p ?
*10He D : most probably 2 neutron emitter from S2n=–1070(70) keV **
*10Lim T : average 97Zi04=120(+100–50) 94Yo01=100(70) keV **
*10Lin T : average 94Yo01=358(23) 93Bo03=150(70) keV, Birge ratio B=2.8 **
11Li 40797 19 8.75 ms 0.14 3/2- 00 97Mo35 T ß -=100; ß -n=84.9 8; . . . *
11Be 20174 6 13.81 s 0.08 1/2+ 00 81Al03 D ß -=100; ß -a=2.9 4
11B 8667.9 0.4 STABLE 3/2- 00 IS=80.1 7
11C 10650.3 1.0 20.39 m 0.02 3/2- 00 ß +=100
11N 24300 50 590 ys 210 1/2+ 00 03Gu06 T p=100 *
11Nm 25040 80 740 60 690 ys 80 1/2- 96Ax01 ETJ p=100
*11Li D : . . . ; ß -2n=4.1 4; ß -3n=1.9 2; ß -na=1.00 6; ß -t=0.014 3; ß -d=0.013 5 **
*11Li D : ß -n, ß -2n and ß -3n intensities are from 89Ha.B’s evaluation; **
*11Li D : ß -na intensity is from 84La27; ß -d intensity from 96Mu19; **
*11Li D : ß -t: average 84La27=0.010(4)% 96Mu19=0.020(5)% **
*11Li T : average 97Mo35=8.99(0.10) 96Mu19=8.2(0.2) 95Re.A=8.4(0.2) **
*11Li T : 81Bj01=8.83(0.12) and 74Ro31=8.5(0.2) **
*11N T : unweighed average 03Gu06=0.24(0.24) 00Ma62=1.44(0.2) MeV 00Ol01=0.4(0.1) **
*11N T : and 96Ax01=0.99(0.20) MeV (Birge ratio B=3.03) **
12Li 50100# 1000# < 10 ns 00 74Bo05 I n ?
12Be 25077 15 21.50 ms 0.04 0+ 00 01Be53 T ß -=100; ß -n=0.50 3 *
12B 13368.9 1.4 20.20 ms 0.02 1+ 00 66Sc23 D ß -=100; ß -a=1.6 3
12C 0.0 0.0 STABLE 0+ 00 IS=98.93 8
12N 17338.1 1.0 11.000 ms 0.016 1+ 00 66Sc23 D ß +=100; ß +a=3.5 5
12O 32048 18 580 ys 30 0+ 00 95Kr03 T 2p=60 30; ß + ?
*12Be D : from 99Be53; also 95Re.A=0.52 9% outweighed, not used **
13Be 33250 70 0.5 ns 0.1 (1/2+) 01Th01 TJ n ?
13Bep 33950 90 700 120 RQ 2.7 zs 1.8 (1/2-) 00
13Beq 35160 50 1910 90 RQ (5/2+)
13B 16562.2 1.1 17.33 ms 0.17 3/2- 00 ß -=100; ß -n=0.28 4
13C 3125.0113 0.0009 STABLE 1/2- 01 IS=1.07 8
13N 5345.48 0.27 9.965 m 0.004 1/2- 00 ß +=100
13O 23112 10 8.58 ms 0.05 (3/2-) 00 70Es03 D ß +=100; ß +p=10.9 20
14Be 39950 130 4.35 ms 0.17 0+ 01 02Je11 D ß -=100; ß -n=98 2; . . . *
14Bep 41470 60 1520 150 (2+) 95Bo10
14B 23664 21 12.5 ms 0.5 2- 01 95Re.A D ß -=100; ß -n=6.04 23
14C 3019.893 0.004 5.70 ky 0.03 0+ 01 ß -=100
14N 2863.4170 0.0006 STABLE 1+ 01 IS=99.632 7
14O 8007.36 0.11 70.598 s 0.018 0+ 01 01Ga59 T ß +=100 *
14F 32660# 400# 2-# p?
*14Be D : . . . ; ß -2n=0.8 08; ß -3n=0.2 2; ß -t=0.02 1; ß -a<0.004 **
*14Be D : supersedes 99Be53, same group **
*14O T : average 01Ga59=70.560(0.049) 78Wi04=70.613(0.025) 73Cl12=70.590(0.030) **
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Nuclide Mass excess Excitation Half-life Jp Ens Reference Decay modes and
(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
15Be 49800# 500# < 200 ns 03Ba47 I n ?
15B 28972 22 9.87 ms 0.07 3/2- 93 95Re.A TD ß -=100; ß -n=93.6 12; ß -2n=0.4 2 *
15C 9873.1 0.8 2.449 s 0.005 1/2+ 94 ß -=100
15N 101.4380 0.0007 STABLE 1/2- 94 IS=0.368 7
15O 2855.6 0.5 122.24 s 0.16 1/2- 94 ß +=100
15F 16780 130 410 ys 60 (1/2+) 93 01Ze.A T p=100 *
*15B D:ß -2n intensity is from 89Re.A J : given in 91Aj01 **
*15B T : four other outweighed results, see ENSDF’93, ranging 10.1 – 10.8 ms **
*15F T : average 01Ze.A=1.23(0.22)MeV 78Be16=1.2(0.3) 78Ke06=0.8(0.3) **
16Be 57680# 500# < 200 ns 0+ 03Ba47 I 2n ? *
16B 37080 60 < 190 ps 0- 99 n ?
16C 13694 4 747 ms 8 0+ 99 89Re.A D ß -=100; ß -n=97.9 23
16N 5683.7 2.6 7.13 s 0.02 2- 99 74Ne10 D ß -=100; ß -a=0.00100 7
16O -4737.0014 0.0001 STABLE 0+ 99 IS=99.757 16
16F 10680 8 11 zs 6 0- 99 p=100
16Ne 23996 20 9 zs 0+ 99 2p=100
*16Be I : 100 events expected, none observed **
17B 43770 170 5.08 ms 0.05 (3/2-) 99 88Du09 D ß -=100; ß -n=63 1; . . . *
17C 21039 17 193 ms 5 (3/2+) 99 01Ma08 J ß -=100; ß -n=28.4 13 *
17N 7871 15 4.173 s 0.004 1/2- 99 94Do08 D ß -=100; ß -n=95 1; . . . *
17O -808.81 0.11 STABLE 5/2+ 99 IS=0.038 1
17F 1951.70 0.25 64.49 s 0.16 5/2+ 99 ß +=100
17Ne 16461 27 109.2 ms 0.6 1/2- 99 88Bo39 D ß +=100; ß +p=96.0 9; ß +a=2.7 9
*17B D : . . . ; ß -2n=11 7; ß -3n=3.5 7; ß -4n=0.4 3 **
*17C T : average 95Sc03=193(6) 95Re.A=188(10) 86Cu01=202(17) **
*17C D:ß -n intensity is from 95Re.A **
*17N D : . . . ; ß -a=0.0025 4 **
18B 52320# 800# < 26 ns 4-# 93Po.A I n ?
18C 24930 30 92 ms 2 0+ 96 ß -=100; ß -n=31.5 15
18N 13114 19 622 ms 9 1- 96 95Re.A D ß -=100; ß -n=10.9 9; . . . *
18O -781.5 0.6 STABLE 0+ 96 IS=0.205 14
18F 873.7 0.5 109.771 m 0.020 1+ 96 02Un02 T ß +=100
18Fm 1995.1 0.5 1121.36 0.15 234 ns 5+
18Ne 5317.17 0.28 1.672 s 0.008 0+ 96 ß +=100
18Na 24190 50 1.3 zs 0.4 1-# 01Ze.A TD p=?; ß + ?
*18N D : . . . ; ß -a=12.2 6 **
*18N D:ß -n intensity is from 95Re.A; ß -a intensity from 89Zh04 **
*18N T : average 99Og03=620(14) 82Ol01=624(12) **
19B 59360# 400# 2.92 ms 0.13 3/2-# 96 03Yo02 T ß -=100; ß -n˜75; . . . *
19C 32420 100 46.2 ms 2.3 (1/2+) 96 88Du09 TD ß -=100; ß -n=47 3; . . . *
19N 15862 16 271 ms 8 (1/2)- 96 ß -=100; ß -n=54.6 14 *
19O 3334.9 2.8 26.464 s 0.009 5/2+ 96 94It.A T ß -=100
19F -1487.39 0.07 STABLE 1/2+ 96 IS=100.
19Ne 1751.44 0.29 17.296 s 0.005 1/2+ 96 94Ko.A T ß +=100
19Na 12927 12 < 40 ns 5/2+# 96 93Po.A I p=100 *
19Mg 33040 250 1/2-# 96 2p ?
*19B D : . . . ; ß -2n˜25 **
*19B T : others: 99Re16=4.5(1.5) 98Yo06=3.3(0.2 statistics + 2.0 systematics estimated by NUBASE) **
*19B D : deduced from Pn =ß -n + 2×ß -2n + . . . =125(32)% in 98Yo06 and assuming **
*19B D: ß -n + ß -2n=100% **
*19C D : . . . ; ß -2n=7 3 **
*19C T : average 88Du09=49(4) 95Re.A=44(4) 95Oz02=45.5(4.0) **
*19C J : from 01Ma08, 99Na27 and 95Ba28 **
*19N J : 95Oz02=(1/2, 3/2, 5/2)- 89Ca25=(1/2-) **
*19Na D : most probably proton emitter from Sp=–333(12) keV **
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Nuclide Mass excess Excitation Half-life Jp Ens Reference Decay modes and
(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
20C 37560 240 16 ms 3 0+ 98 90Mu06 T ß -=100; ß -n=72 14 *
20N 21770 60 130 ms 7 98 95Re.A TD ß -=100; ß -n=57.0 25
20O 3797.5 1.1 13.51 s 0.05 0+ 98 ß -=100
20F -17.40 0.08 11.163 s 0.008 2+ 98 98Ti06 T ß -=100
20Ne -7041.9313 0.0018 STABLE 0+ 98 IS=90.48 3
20Na 6848 7 447.9 ms 2.3 2+ 98 89Cl02 D ß +=100; ß +a=25.0 4
20Mg 17570 27 90 ms 6 0+ 98 95Pi03 TD ß +=100; ß +p=30.4 16 *
*20C T : average 90Mu06=14(+6–5) 95Re.A 16.7(3.5) **
*20Mg T : average 95Pi03=95(3) 92Go10=82(4), with Birge ratio B=2.6 **
21C 45960# 500# < 30 ns 1/2+# 00 93Po.A I n ?
21N 25250 100 87 ms 6 1/2-# 00 ß -=100; ß -n=80 6
21O 8063 12 3.42 s 0.10 (1,3,5)/2+ 00 ß -=100
21F -47.6 1.8 4.158 s 0.020 5/2+ 00 ß -=100
21Ne -5731.78 0.04 STABLE 3/2+ 00 IS=0.27 1
21Na -2184.2 0.7 22.49 s 0.04 3/2+ 00 ß +=100
21Mg 10911 16 122 ms 2 (5/2,3/2)+ 00 ß +=100; ß +p=32.6 10; . . . *
21Al 26120# 300# < 35 ns 1/2+# 00 93Po.A I p ?
*21Mg D : . . . ; ß +a<0.5 **
*21Mg J : from mirror 21F, there is a preference for 5/2+ **
22C 53280# 900# 6.2 ms 1.3 0+ 00 03Yo02 TD ß -=100; ß -n=99 39; . . . *
22N 32040 190 13.9 ms 1.4 00 03Yo02 T ß -=100; ß -n=35 5 *
22O 9280 60 2.25 s 0.15 0+ 00 ß -=100; ß -n<22
22F 2793 12 4.23 s 0.04 4+, (3+) 00 ß -=100; ß -n<11
22Ne -8024.715 0.018 STABLE 0+ 00 IS=9.25 3
22Na -5182.4 0.4 2.6019 y 0.0004 3+ 00 ß +=100
22Nam -4599.4 0.4 583.03 0.09 244 ns 6 1+ 00 IT=100
22Mg -397.0 1.3 3.857 s 0.009 0+ 00 ß +=100
22Al 18180# 90# 59 ms 3 (3)+ 00 97Bl03 D ß +=100; ß +p=44 3; . . . *
22Si 32160# 200# 29 ms 2 0+ 00 96Bl11 D ß +=100; ß +p=32 4
*22C D : . . . ; ß -2n ? D : from 98Yo06 **
*22N D : from 90Mu06 **
*22Al D : . . . ; ß +2p=0.9 5; ß +a=0.31 9 **
23N 38400# 300# 14.5 ms 2.4 1/2-# 00 98Yo06 T ß -=100; ß -n=80 21; ß -2n ? *
23O 14610 120 90 ms 40 1/2+# 00 90Mu06 T ß -=100; ß -n=31 7
23F 3330 80 2.23 s 0.14 (3/2,5/2)+ 00 ß -=100; ß -n<14
23Ne -5154.05 0.10 37.24 s 0.12 5/2+ 00 ß -=100
23Na -9529.8536 0.0027 STABLE 3/2+ 00 IS=100.
23Mg -5473.8 1.3 11.317 s 0.011 3/2+ 00 ß +=100
23Al 6770 19 470 ms 30 5/2+# 00 95Ti08 D ß +=100; ß +p=8 4 *
23Si 23770# 200# 42.3 ms 0.4 3/2+# 00 97Bl04 TD ß +=100; ß +p˜88; . . . *
*23N T : statistical error 1.4, systematics 2.0 estimated by NUBASE **
*23Al D : ß +p=3.5(1.9)% from the IAS. Total=3.5×4.8/2.2=7.6% **
*23Si D : . . . ; ß +2p=3.6 3 **
24N 47540# 400# < 52 ns 00 93Po.A I n ?
24O 19070 240 65 ms 5 0+ 00 ß -=100; ß -n=18 6
24F 7560 70 400 ms 50 (1,2,3)+ 00 ß -=100; ß -n<5.9
24Ne -5951.5 0.4 3.38 m 0.02 0+ 00 ß -=100
24Na -8418.11 0.08 14.9590 h 0.0012 4+ 00 ß -=100
24Nam -7945.90 0.08 472.207 0.009 20.20 ms 0.07 1+ 00 IT˜100; ß -=0.05
24Mg -13933.567 0.013 STABLE 0+ 00 IS=78.99 4
24Al -56.9 2.8 2.053 s 0.004 4+ 00 ß +=100; ß +a=0.035 6; . . . *
24Alm 368.9 2.8 425.8 0.1 131.3 ms 2.5 1+ 00 IT=82 3; ß +=18 3; . . . *
24Si 10755 19 140 ms 8 0+ 00 98Cz01 D ß +=100; ß +p=37.6 25
24P 32000# 500# 1+# p?; ß + ?
*24Al D : . . . ; ß +p=0.0016 3 **
*24Alm D : . . . ; ß +a=0.028 6 **
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Nuclide Mass excess Excitation Half-life Jp Ens Reference Decay modes and
(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
25N 56500# 500# < 260 ns 1/2-# 99Sa06 ID n ?; 2n ?; ß -=0 *
25O 27440# 260# < 50 ns 3/2+# 00 93Po.A I n ?
25F 11270 100 50 ms 6 5/2+# 00 ß -=100; ß -n=14 5
25Ne -2108 26 602 ms 8 (3/2)+ 00 ß -=100
25Na -9357.8 1.2 59.1 s 0.6 5/2+ 00 ß -=100
25Mg -13192.83 0.03 STABLE 5/2+ 00 IS=10.00 1
25Al -8916.2 0.5 7.183 s 0.012 5/2+ 00 ß +=100
25Si 3824 10 220 ms 3 5/2+ 00 ß +=100; ß +p=36.81 5
25P 18870# 200# < 30 ns 1/2+# 00 93Po.A I p ?
*25N D : in 99Sa06 experiment, 240 25N events expected, none observed **
26O 35710# 260# < 40 ns 0+ 00 93Po.A I 2n ?; n=30#; ß -=0 *
26F 18270 170 10.2 ms 1.4 1+ 00 99Re16 T ß -=100; ß -n=11 4 *
26Ne 430 27 197 ms 1 0+ 00 ß -=100; ß -n=0.13 3
26Na -6862 6 1.077 s 0.005 3+ 00 ß -=100
26Mg -16214.582 0.027 STABLE 0+ 00 IS=11.01 3
26Al -12210.31 0.06 717 ky 24 5+ 00 ß +=100
26Alm -11982.01 0.06 228.305 0.013 6.3452 s 0.0019 0+ 00 ß +=100
26Si -7145 3 2.234 s 0.013 0+ 00 ß +=100
26P 10970# 200# 30 ms 25 (3+) 00 ß +=100; ß +2p˜1; . . . *
26S 25970# 300# 10# ms 0+ 2p ?
*26O D : in 96Fa01 and 99Sa06, several 100s of 26O events expected, none observed **
*26F T : other not used 99Dl01=9.6(0.8): same data **
*26P D : . . . ; ß +p˜0.9 **
27O 44950# 500# < 260 ns 3/2+# 99Sa06 I n ?; 2n ?
27F 24930 380 4.9 ms 0.2 5/2+# 01 98No.A T ß -=100; ß -n=77 21 *
27Ne 7070 110 32 ms 2 3/2+# 01 ß -=100; ß -n=2.0 5
27Na -5517 4 301 ms 6 5/2+ 01 84Gu19 D ß -=100; ß -n=0.13 4
27Mg -14586.65 0.05 9.458 m 0.012 1/2+ 01 ß -=100
27Al -17196.66 0.12 STABLE 5/2+ 01 IS=100.
27Si -12384.30 0.15 4.16 s 0.02 5/2+ 01 ß +=100
27P -717 26 260 ms 80 1/2+ 01 ß +=100; ß +p=0.07
27S 17540# 200# 21 ms 4 (5/2+) 01 ß +=100; ß +2p=2.0 10;… *
*27F T : others not used: 99Re16=6.5(1.1) and 97Ta22=5.3(0.9) outweighed; and **
*27F T : 99Dl01=5.2(0.3) same data as in 99Re16 **
*27S D : . . . ; ß +p=? **
28O 53850# 600# < 100 ns 0+ 98Po.A I n ?; 2n ?; ß -=0 *
28F 33230# 510# < 40 ns 01 93Po.A I n ?
28Ne 11240 150 18.3 ms 2.2 0+ 01 99Re16 T ß -=100; ß -n=16 6 *
28Na -989 13 30.5 ms 0.4 1+ 01 ß -=100; ß -n=0.58 12
28Mg -15018.6 2.0 20.915 h 0.009 0+ 01 ß -=100
28Al -16850.44 0.13 2.2414 m 0.0012 3+ 01 ß -=100
28Si -21492.7968 0.0018 STABLE 0+ 01 IS=92.2297 7
28Sir -8951.55 0.12 12541.25 0.12 RQ 3+ 01
28P -7159 3 270.3 ms 0.5 3+ 01 79Ho27 D ß +=100; ß +p=0.0013 4;… *
28S 4070 160 125 ms 10 0+ 01 89Po10 D ß +=100; ß +p=20.7 19
28Cl 26560# 500# 1+# p?
*28O D : in 97Ta22 and 99Sa06, 11 and 37 28O events expected, none observed **
*28Ne T : average 99Re16=18(3) 97Ta22=21(5) 92Te03=17(4). Others not used: **
*28Ne T : 95Re.A=8.2(2.5) at variance, 99Dl01=20(3) same data as in 99Re16 **
*28P D : . . . ; ß +a=0.00086 25 **
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Nuclide Mass excess Excitation Half-life Jp Ens Reference Decay modes and
(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
29F 40300# 580# 2.6 ms 0.3 5/2+# 01 99Re16 T ß -=100; ß -n=60 40; . . . *
29Ne 18060 270 15.6 ms 0.5 3/2+# 01 01Be53 D ß -=100; ß -n=19 4; . . . *
29Na 2665 13 44.9 ms 1.2 3/2(+#) 01 95Re.A D ß -=100; ß -n=25.9 23 *
29Mg -10619 14 1.30 s 0.12 3/2+ 01 ß -=100
29Al -18215.3 1.2 6.56 m 0.06 5/2+ 01 ß -=100
29Si -21895.046 0.021 STABLE 1/2+ 01 IS=4.6832 5
29P -16952.6 0.6 4.142 s 0.015 1/2+ 01 ß +=100
29S -3160 50 187 ms 4 5/2+ 01 79Vi01 D ß +=100; ß +p=46.4 10
29Cl 13140# 200# < 20 ns 3/2+# 01 93Po.A I p ?
*29F D : . . . ; ß -2n ? **
*29F T : average 99Re16=2.9(0.8) 98No.A=2.6(0.4) 97Ta22=2.4(0.8). Others not **
*29F T : used: 99Dl01=2.4(0.4) same data as in 99Re16 **
*29F D:ß -n from 99Dl01=100(80)% **
*29Ne D : . . . ; ß -2n<2.2 **
*29Ne D : average 01Be53=17 5 99Re16=27 9; other not used: 99Dl01=27(9)%, same **
*29Ne D : data as in 99Re16. ß -2n limit is from 01Be53 **
*29Na D : ß -n: average 95Re.A=27.1(1.6)% 84La03=21.5(3.0)% **
30F 48900# 600# < 260 ns 99Sa06 I n ?
30Ne 23100 570 5.8 ms 0.2 0+ 01 99Dl01 D ß -=100; ß -n=13 8 *
30Na 8361 25 48.4 ms 1.7 2+ 01 99Dl01 T ß -=100; ß -n=30 4; . . . *
30Mg -8911 8 335 ms 17 0+ 01 84La03 D ß -=100; ß -n<0.06
30Al -15872 14 3.60 s 0.06 3+ 01 ß -=100
30Si -24432.928 0.030 STABLE 0+ 01 IS=3.0872 5
30P -20200.6 0.3 2.498 m 0.004 1+ 01 ß +=100 *
30S -14063 3 1.178 s 0.005 0+ 01 ß +=100
30Cl 4440# 200# < 30 ns 3+# 01 93Po.A I p ?
30Ar 20080# 300# 260 ns) 5/2+# 99Sa06 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
31Ne 30840# 900# 3.4 ms 0.8 7/2-# 01 ß -=100; ß -n ?
31Na 12650 210 17.0 ms 0.4 (3/2+) 01 93Kl02 J ß -=100; ß -n=37 5; . . . *
31Mg -3217 12 230 ms 20 3/2+ 01 95Re.A D ß -=100; ß -n=6.2 20 *
31Al -14954 20 644 ms 25 (5/2,3/2)+ 01 ß -=100; ß -n<1.6 *
31Si -22949.01 0.04 157.3 m 0.3 3/2+ 01 ß -=100
31P -24440.88 0.18 STABLE 1/2+ 01 IS=100.
31S -19044.6 1.5 2.572 s 0.013 1/2+ 01 ß +=100
31Cl -7070 50 150 ms 25 3/2+ 01 85Ay02 D ß +=100; ß +p=0.7 *
31Ar 11290# 210# 14.4 ms 0.6 5/2(+#) 01 00Fy01 T ß +=100; ß +p=63 7; . . . *
*31Na D : . . . ; ß -2n=0.9 2; ß -3n<0.05 **
*31Na D : all from 84Gu19 **
*31Mg D : strongly conflicting with earlier 84La03=1.7(0.3)% **
*31Al J : from systematics there is a preference for 5/2+ **
*31Cl D : ß +p=0.44% for 986 keV protons. Total: 165/100×0.44=0.726% **
*31Ar D : . . . ; ß +2p=7.2 11; ß +3p<1.4; ß +pa<0.38; ß +a<0.03 **
*31Ar D : from 98Ax02 **
*31Ar T : average 00Fy01=14.1(0.7) 92Ba01=15.1(+1.3–1.1) J : from 99Th09 **
32Ne 37280# 800# 3.5 ms 0.9 0+ 01 ß -=100; ß -n ?
32Na 19060 360 12.9 ms 0.7 (3-,4-) 01 93Kl02 J ß -=100; ß -n=24 7; . . . *
32Mg -955 18 95 ms 16 0+ 01 ß -=100; ß -n=2.4 5
32Al -11060 90 31.7 ms 0.8 1+ 01 95Re.A TD ß -=100; ß -n=0.7 5
32Alm -10100 90 955.7 0.4 200 ns 20 (4+) 01 96Ro02 ETJ
32Si -24080.91 0.05 132 y 13 0+ 01 ß -=100
32Sim -18497.9 1.0 5583.0 1.0 27 ns 2 (5-) 97Fo01 ETJ
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32P -24305.22 0.19 14.263 d 0.003 1+ 01 02Un02 T ß -=100
32S -26015.70 0.14 STABLE 0+ 01 IS=94.93 31
32Cl -13330 7 298 ms 1 1+ 01 79Ho27 D ß +=100; ß +a=0.054 8; . . . *
32Ar -2200.2 1.8 98 ms 2 0+ 01 ß +=100; ß +p=43 3
32Arm 3400# 100# 5600# 100# 5-# IT ?
32K 20420# 500# 1+# p?
32Km 21370# 510# 950# 100# 4+# p?
*32Na D : . . . ; ß -2n=8 2 **
*32Na T : average 98No.A=11.5(0.8) 84La03=13.2(0.4) **
*32Cl D : . . . ; ß +p=0.026 5 **
33Ne 46000# 800# < 260 ns 7/2-# 02No11 I n ? *
33Na 24890 870 8.2 ms 0.2 3/2+# 01 02Ra16 TD ß -=100; ß -n=47 6; . . . *
33Mg 4894 20 90.5 ms 1.6 7/2-# 01 02Mo29 T ß -=100; ß -n=17 5
33Al -8530 70 41.7 ms 0.2 5/2+# 01 02Mo29 T ß -=100; ß -n=8.5 7
33Si -20493 16 6.18 s 0.18 (3/2+) 01 ß -=100
33P -26337.5 1.1 25.34 d 0.12 1/2+ 01 ß -=100
33S -26585.99 0.14 STABLE 3/2+ 01 IS=0.76 2
33Cl -21003.4 0.5 2.511 s 0.003 3/2+ 01 ß +=100
33Ar -9384.1 0.4 173.0 ms 2.0 1/2+ 01 ß +=100; ß +p=38.7 10
33K 6760# 200# < 25 ns 3/2+# 01 93Po.A I p ?
*33Ne T : estimated half-life 1# ms for ß – decay I : also 02Le.A 1.5µs) 0+ 02Le.A I ß – ?; ß -n ? *
34Na 32760# 900# 5.5 ms 1.0 1+ 01 ABBW D ß -=100; ß -2n˜50; ß -n˜15 *
34Mg 8810 230 20 ms 10 0+ 01 ß -=100; ß -n ?
34Al -2930 110 56.3 ms 0.5 4-# 01 01Nu01 T ß -=100; ß -n=12.5 25 *
34Si -19957 14 2.77 s 0.20 0+ 01 ß -=100
34P -24558 5 12.43 s 0.08 1+ 01 ß -=100
34S -29931.79 0.11 STABLE 0+ 01 IS=4.29 28
34Cl -24439.78 0.18 1.5264 s 0.0014 0+ 01 ß +=100
34Clm -24293.42 0.18 146.36 0.03 32.00 m 0.04 3+ 01 ß +=55.4 6; IT=44.6 6
34Ar -18377.2 0.4 845 ms 3 0+ 01 ß +=100
34K -1480# 300# < 40 ns 1+# 01 93Po.A I p ?
34Ca 13150# 300# 260 ns **
*34Na D : ß -n˜15%, ß -2n˜50% estimated from Pn =ß -n + 2×ß -2n=115(20)% in 84La03 **
*34Na D : assuming ß -n/ß -2n=0.3 from trends in the 30Na-33Na series: 26 41 3 4 **
*34Al D : from 95Re.A; strongly conflicting with 89Ba50=27(5)% and 88Mu08=54(12)% **
*34Al T : also 95Re.A=42(6) ms **
35Na 39580# 950# 1.5 ms 0.5 3/2+# 01 ß -=100; ß -n=?
35Mg 16150# 400# 70 ms 40 7/2-# 01 95Re.A D ß -=100; ß -n=52 46
35Al -130 180 38.6 ms 0.4 5/2+# 01 01Nu01 TD ß -=100; ß -n=41 13 *
35Si -14360 40 780 ms 120 7/2-# 01 95Re.A D ß -=100; ß -n<5
35P -24857.7 1.9 47.3 s 0.7 1/2+ 01 ß -=100
35S -28846.36 0.10 87.51 d 0.12 3/2+ 01 ß -=100
35Cl -29013.54 0.04 STABLE 3/2+ 01 IS=75.78 4
35Ar -23047.4 0.7 1.775 s 0.004 3/2+ 01 ß +=100
35K -11169 20 178 ms 8 3/2+ 01 ß +=100; ß +p=0.37 15
35Ca 4600# 200# 25.7 ms 0.2 1/2+# 01 ß +=100; ß +p=95.7 14; . . . *
*35Al T : also 95Re.A=30(4); both strongly conflicting with 89Le16=170(70) and **
*35Al T : 88Mu08=130(+100–50) **
*35Al D : also 95Re.A=26(4)% 89Le16=40(10)% and 88Mu08=87(+37–25)% **
*35Ca D : . . . ; ß +2p=4.2 3 **
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36Na 47950# 950# 200 ns) 0+ 01 89Gu03 I ß – ?
36Al 5780 210 90 ms 40 01 ß -=100; ß -n<30
36Si -12480 120 450 ms 60 0+ 01 95Re.A D ß -=100; ß -n=12 5
36P -20251 13 5.6 s 0.3 4-# 01 ß -=100
36S -30664.07 0.19 STABLE 0+ 01 IS=0.02 1
36Cl -29521.86 0.07 301 ky 2 2+ 01 ß -=98.1 1; ß +=1.9 1
36Ar -30231.540 0.027 STABLE 0+ 01 IS=0.3365 30; 2ß + ?
36K -17426 8 342 ms 2 2+ 01 ß +=100; ß +p=0.048 14; . . . *
36Ca -6440 40 102 ms 2 0+ 01 95Tr02 D ß +=100; ß +p=56.8 13
36Sc 13900# 500# p ?
*36Na I : also 02Le.A 1.5µs) 3/2+# 02Le.A I ß – ?; ß -n ? *
37Mg 29250# 900# 40# ms(>260 ns) 7/2-# 01 96Sa34 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
37Al 9950 330 20# ms (>1µs) 3/2+# 01 91Or01 I ß – ?
37Si -6580 170 90 ms 60 7/2-# 01 95Re.A D ß -=100; ß -n=17 13
37P -18990 40 2.31 s 0.13 1/2+# 01 ß -=100
37S -26896.36 0.20 5.05 m 0.02 7/2- 01 ß -=100
37Cl -31761.53 0.05 STABLE 3/2+ 01 IS=24.22 4
37Ar -30947.66 0.21 35.04 d 0.04 3/2+ 01 e =100
37K -24800.20 0.09 1.226 s 0.007 3/2+ 01 ß +=100
37Ca -13162 22 181.1 ms 1.0 (3/2+) 01 95Tr03 D ß +=100; ß +p=82.1 7
37Sc 2840# 300# 7/2-# p?
*37Na I : also 02No11 > 260 ns **
38Mg 35000# 500# 1# ms(>260 ns) 0+ 01 97Sa14 I ß – ? *
38Al 16050 730 40# ms(>200 ns) 01 89Gu03 I ß – ?
38Si -4070 140 90# ms (>1µs) 0+ 01 91Zh24 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
38P -14760 100 640 ms 140 01 95Re.A D ß -=100; ß -n=12 5
38S -26861 7 170.3 m 0.7 0+ 01 ß -=100
38Cl -29798.10 0.10 37.24 m 0.05 2- 01 ß -=100
38Clm -29126.74 0.10 671.361 0.008 715 ms 3 5- 01 IT=100
38Ar -34714.6 0.3 STABLE 0+ 01 IS=0.0632 5
38K -28800.7 0.4 7.636 m 0.018 3+ 01 ß +=100
38Km -28670.2 0.4 130.50 0.28 RQ 923.9 ms 0.6 0+ 01 ß +=100
38Kn -25342.7 0.4 3458.0 0.2 21.98 µs 0.11 (7+), (5+) 01 IT=100
38Ca -22059 5 440 ms 8 0+ 01 ß +=100
38Sc -4940# 300# < 300 ns 2-# 01 94Bl10 I p ?
38Scm -4270# 320# 670# 100# 5-# 01 IT ?; p ?
38Ti 9100# 250# < 120 ns 0+ 01 96Bl21 I 2p ?
*38Mg I : 18 events reported **
39Mg 43570# 510# 200 ns) 3/2+# 01 89Gu03 I ß – ?
39Si 1930 340 90# ms (>1µs) 7/2-# 01 90Au.A I ß – ?
39P -12870 100 190 ms 50 1/2+# 01 95Re.A TD ß -=100; ß -n=26 8
39S -23160 50 11.5 s 0.5 (3,5,7)/2-01 ß -=100
39Cl -29800.2 1.7 55.6 m 0.2 3/2+ 01 ß -=100
39Ar -33242 5 269 y 3 7/2- 01 ß -=100
39K -33807.01 0.19 STABLE 3/2+ 01 IS=93.2581 44
39Ca -27274.4 1.9 859.6 ms 1.4 3/2+ 01 ß +=100
39Sc -14168 24 260 ns) 02 97Sa14 I ß – ?; ß -n ? *
40Si 5470 560 20# ms (>200 ns) 0+ 02 89Gu03 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
40P -8110 140 153 ms 8 (2-,3-) 02 ß -=100; . . . *
40S -22870 140 8.8 s 2.2 0+ 02 ß -=100
40Cl -27560 30 1.35 m 0.02 2- 02 ß -=100
40Ar -35039.8960 0.0027 STABLE 0+ 02 IS=99.6003 30
40K -33535.20 0.19 1.251 Gy 0.011 4- 02 IS=0.0117 1; . . . *
40Km -31891.56 0.19 1643.639 0.011 336 ns 12 0+ 02 IT=100
40Ca -34846.27 0.21 STABLE (>5.9 Zy) 0+ 01 99Be64 T IS=96.941 156; 2ß + ?
40Sc -20523.2 2.8 182.3 ms 0.7 4- 02 ß +=100; . . . *
40Ti -8850 160 53.3 ms 1.5 0+ 02 ß +=100; ß +p=100
40V 10330# 500# 2-# p?
*40Mg I : one event expected, none observed; similar search in 02Le.A **
*40Al I : 34 events reported in 97Sa14; also one event in 96Sa34 **
*40P D : . . . ; ß -n=15.8 21 **
*40K D : . . . ; ß -=89.28 13; ß +=10.72 13 **
*40Sc D : . . . ; ß +p=0.44 7; ß +a=0.017 5 **
41Al 35700# 800# 2# ms (>260 ns) 3/2+# 02 97Sa14 I ß – ? *
41Si 13560 1840 30# ms (>200 ns) 7/2-# 02 89Gu03 I ß – ?
41P -5280 220 150 ms 15 1/2+# 02 ß -=100; ß -n=30 10
41S -19020 120 1.99 s 0.05 7/2-# 02 ß -=100; ß -n ?
41Cl -27310 70 38.4 s 0.8 (1/2,3/2+) 02 ß -=100
41Ar -33067.5 0.3 109.61 m 0.04 7/2- 02 ß -=100
41K -35559.07 0.19 STABLE 3/2+ 02 IS=6.7302 44
41Ca -35137.76 0.24 102 ky 7 7/2- 02 e =100
41Sc -28642.39 0.23 596.3 ms 1.7 7/2- 02 ß +=100
41Scr -25760.10 0.23 2882.30 0.05 RQ 7/2+ 02 P=59 2; IT=41 2
41Ti -15700# 100# 80.9 ms 1.2 3/2+ 02 98Bh12 T ß +=100; ß +p˜100 *
41V -210# 210# 7/2-# p?
*41Al I : reported 4 events **
*41Ti T : average 98Bh12=81.3(2.0) 98Li46=82(3) 96Fa09=81(4) 74Se11=80(2) **
42Al 43680# 900# 1# ms ß – ?; ß -n ?
42Si 18430# 500# 5# ms (>200 ns) 0+ 01 90Le03 I ß – ?; ß -n ? *
42P 940 450 120 ms 30 01 89Le16 T ß -=100; ß -n=50 20
42S -17680 120 1.013 s 0.015 0+ 01 ß -=100; ß -n<4
42Cl -24910 140 6.8 s 0.3 01 ß -=100
42Ar -34423 6 32.9 y 1.1 0+ 01 ß -=100
42K -35021.56 0.22 12.360 h 0.012 2- 01 ß -=100
42Ca -38547.07 0.25 STABLE 0+ 01 IS=0.647 23
42Sc -32121.24 0.27 681.3 ms 0.7 0+ 01 ß +=100
42Scm -31504.96 0.28 616.28 0.06 61.7 s 0.4 (7,5,6)+ 01 ß +=100
42Scr -26044.91 0.26 6076.33 0.08 RQ (1+to4+) 01 IT=100
42Ti -25122 5 199 ms 6 0+ 01 ß +=100
42V -8170# 200# 260 ns) 3/2-# 02No11 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
43P 5770 970 33 ms 3 1/2+# 01 ß -=100; ß -n=100
43S -11970 200 260 ms 15 3/2-# 01 98Wi.A T ß -=100; ß -n=40 10
43Sm -11650 200 319 5 480 ns 50 (7/2-) 01 00Sa21 EJ IT=100 *
43Cl -24170 160 3.07 s 0.07 3/2+# 01 ß -=100; ß -n ?
43Ar -32010 5 5.37 m 0.06 (5/2-) 01 ß -=100
43K -36593 9 22.3 h 0.1 3/2+ 01 ß -=100
43Ca -38408.6 0.3 STABLE 7/2- 01 IS=0.135 10
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43Sc -36187.9 1.9 3.891 h 0.012 7/2- 01 ß +=100
43Scm -36036.5 1.9 151.4 0.2 438 µs 7 3/2+ 01 IT=100
43Ti -29321 7 509 ms 5 7/2- 01 ß +=100
43Tim -29008 7 313.0 1.0 12.6 µs 0.6 (3/2+) 01 IT=100
43Tin -26255 7 3066.4 1.0 560 ns 6 (19/2-) 01 IT=100
43V -18020# 230# 80# ms 7/2-# 01 ß + ? *
43Cr -2130# 220# 21.6 ms 0.7 (3/2+) 01 ß +=100; ß +p=23 6; . . . *
*43Sm J : from comparison of B(E2) and half-life with theoretical ones **
*43V T:>
800 ms reported by 92Bo37 and adopted in ENSDF’01. To be confirmed. **
*43Cr D : . . . ; ß +2p=6 5; ß +a ? **
44Si 32840# 800# 10# ms 0+ ß – ?; ß -n ?
44P 12100# 700# 30# ms (>200 ns) 99 89Gu03 I ß – ?
44S -9120 390 123 ms 10 0+ 99 ß -=100; ß -n=18 3
44Cl -20230 110 560 ms 110 99 ß -=100; ß -n<8
44Ar -32673.1 1.6 11.87 m 0.05 0+ 99 ß -=100
44K -35810 40 22.13 m 0.19 2- 99 ß -=100
44Ca -41468.5 0.4 STABLE 0+ 99 IS=2.086 110
44Sc -37816.1 1.8 3.97 h 0.04 2+ 99 ß +=100
44Scm -37545.2 1.8 270.95 0.20 58.61 h 0.10 6+ 99 IT=98.80 7; ß +=1.20 7
44Scn -37669.9 1.8 146.224 0.022 50.4 µs 0.7 0- 99
44Ti -37548.5 0.7 60.0 y 1.1 0+ 99 e =100 *
44V -24120 120 * 111 ms 7 (2+) 99 ß +=100; ß +a=?
44Vm -23850# 160# 270# 100# * 150 ms 3 (6+) 99 ß +=100
44Vn -23970# 160# 150# 100# 0-#
44Cr -13460# 50# 54 ms 4 0+ 99 96Fa09 D ß +=100; ß +p=7 3
44Mn 6400# 500# 200 ns) 1/2+# 93 90Le03 I ß – ?
45S -3250 1740 82 ms 13 3/2-# 97 ß -=100; ß -n=54
45Cl -18360 120 400 ms 40 3/2+# 95 ß -=100; ß -n=24 4
45Ar -29770.6 0.5 21.48 s 0.15 (1,3,5)/2- 95 ß -=100 *
45K -36608 10 17.3 m 0.6 3/2+ 95 ß -=100
45Ca -40812.0 0.4 162.67 d 0.25 7/2- 95 94Lo04 T ß -=100
45Sc -41067.8 0.8 STABLE 7/2- 95 IS=100.
45Scm -41055.4 0.8 12.40 0.05 318 ms 7 3/2+ 95 IT=100
45Ti -39005.7 1.0 184.8 m 0.5 7/2- 95 ß +=100
45V -31880 17 547 ms 6 7/2- 95 ß +=100
45Cr -18970 500 * 50 ms 6 7/2-# 95 ß +=100; ß +p>27
45Crm -18920# 510# 50# 100# * 1# ms 3/2+# IT ?; ß + ?
45Mn -5110# 300# 200 ns) 00 90Le03 I ß – ?
46S 700# 700# 30# ms (>200 ns) 0+ 00 89Gu03 I ß – ?
46Cl -14710 720 220 ms 40 00 ß -=100; ß -n=60 9
46Ar -29720 40 8.4 s 0.6 0+ 00 ß -=100
46K -35418 16 105 s 10 2(-) 00 82To02 J ß -=100
46Ca -43135.1 2.3 STABLE (>100 Ey) 0+ 00 99Be64 T IS=0.004 3; 2ß – ? *
46Sc -41757.1 0.8 83.79 d 0.04 4+ 00 ß -=100
46Scm -41614.6 0.8 142.528 0.007 18.75 s 0.04 1- 00 IT=100
46Ti -44123.4 0.8 STABLE 0+ 00 IS=8.25 3
46V -37073.0 1.0 422.50 ms 0.11 0+ 00 ß +=100
46Vm -36271.5 1.0 801.46 0.10 1.02 ms 0.07 3+ 00 IT=100
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46Cr -29474 20 260 ms 60 0+ 00 ß +=100
46Mn -12370# 110# * 37 ms 3 (4+) 00 92Bo37 TD ß +=100; ß +p=22 2; . . . *
46Mnm -12220# 150# 150# 100# * 1# ms 1-# ß + ?
46Fe 760# 350# 9 ms 4 0+ 00 01Gi01 TD ß +=100; ß +p=36 20
*46Ca T : limit is for neutrinoless ßß decay **
*46Mn D : . . . ; ß +2p˜18; ß +a ? **
*46Mn T : average 92Bo37=41(+7–6) 01Gi01=34.0(+4.5–3.5) **
*46Mn D : ß +2p˜18% estimated from Pp =ß +p + 2×ß +2p=58(9)% in 01Gi01 **
47S 8000# 800# 20# ms (>200 ns) 3/2-# 95 89Gu03 I ß – ?
47Cl -10520# 600# 200# ms (>200 ns) 3/2+# 95 89Gu03 I ß -=100; ß -n<3
47Ar -25910 100 580 ms 120 3/2-# 95 89Ba.B T ß -=100; ß -n200 ns) 0+ 90Le03 I ß – ?
48Cl -4700# 700# 100# ms (>200 ns) 89Gu03 I ß – ?
48Ar -23720# 300# 500# ms 0+ ß – ?
48K -32124 24 6.8 s 0.2 (2-) 95 ß -=100; ß -n=1.14 15
48Ca -44214 4 53 Ey 17 0+ 95 00Br63 T IS=0.187 21; . . . *
48Sc -44496 5 43.67 h 0.09 6+ 95 ß -=100
48Ti -48487.7 0.8 STABLE 0+ 95 IS=73.72 3
48V -44475.4 2.6 15.9735 d 0.0025 4+ 95 ß +=100
48Cr -42819 7 21.56 h 0.03 0+ 95 ß +=100
48Mn -29320 110 158.1 ms 2.2 4+ 97 87Se07 D ß +=100; ß +p=0.28 4; . . . *
48Fe -18160# 70# 44 ms 7 0+ 95 96Fa09 TD ß +=100; ß +p=3.6 11
48Co 1640# 400# 6+# p?
48Ni 18400# 500# 10# ms (>500 ns) 0+ 01 00Bl01 I 2p ?
*48Ca D : . . . ; 2ß -=?; ß – ? **
*48Ca T : average 00Br63=42(33-13) 96Ba80=43(+24–11 statistics + 14 systematics) **
*48Ca T : also T>36 Ey from 70Ba61. Single ß – decay: T>6 Ey (95% CL), from 85Al17 **
*48Mn D : . . . ; ß +a=6e–4 **
*48Mn D : one ß +a event was observed, versus 437 ß +p, in fig.4 of 87Se07 **
49S 22000# 950# 200 ns) 3/2+# 95 89Gu03 I ß – ?
49Ar -18150# 500# 170 ms 50 3/2-# 95 03We09 TD ß -=100; ß -n=65 20
49K -30320 70 1.26 s 0.05 (3/2+) 95 ß -=100; ß -n=86 9
49Ca -41289 4 8.718 m 0.006 3/2- 95 ß -=100
49Sc -46552 4 57.2 m 0.2 7/2- 95 ß -=100
49Ti -48558.8 0.8 STABLE 7/2- 95 IS=5.41 2
49V -47956.9 1.2 330 d 15 7/2- 95 e =100
49Cr -45330.5 2.4 42.3 m 0.1 5/2- 95 ß +=100
49Mn -37616 24 382 ms 7 5/2- 01 ß +=100
49Fe -24580# 150# 70 ms 3 (7/2-) 01 96Fa09 J ß +=100; ß +p=52 10
49Co -9580# 260# 97.5; ß -1.3 Ey) 0+ 95 03Bi05 T IS=4.345 13; 2ß + ?
50Mn -42626.8 1.0 283.9 ms 0.5 0+ 95 ß +=100
50Mnm -42398 7 229 7 1.75 m 0.03 5+ 95 ß +=100
50Fe -34480 60 155 ms 11 0+ 01 ß +=100; ß +p˜0
50Co -17200# 170# 44 ms 4 (6+) 01 96Fa09 JD ß +=100; ß +p=54 12
50Ni -3790# 260# 9.1 ms 1.8 0+ 97 01Ma.A T ß + ?
*50V D : . . . ; ß -=17 11 **
51Cl 13500# 1000# 2# ms (>200 ns) 3/2+# 97 90Le03 I ß – ?
51Ar -7800# 700# 60# ms (>200 ns) 3/2-# 97 89Gu03 I ß – ?
51K -22000# 500# 365 ms 5 3/2+# 97 ß -=100; ß -n=47 5
51Ca -35860 90 10.0 s 0.8 3/2-# 97 ß -=100; ß -n ?
51Sc -43218 20 12.4 s 0.1 (7/2)- 97 ß -=100
51Ti -49727.8 1.0 5.76 m 0.01 3/2- 97 ß -=100
51V -52201.4 1.0 STABLE 7/2- 97 IS=99.750 4
51Cr -51448.8 1.0 27.7025 d 0.0024 7/2- 97 e =100
51Mn -48241.3 1.0 46.2 m 0.1 5/2- 97 ß +=100
51Fe -40222 15 305 ms 5 5/2- 97 ß +=100
51Co -27270# 150# 60# ms (>200 ns) 7/2-# 97 87Po04 I ß + ?
51Ni -11440# 260# 30# ms (>200 ns) 7/2-# 97 87Po04 I ß + ?
52Ar -3000# 900# 10# ms 0+ 00 ß – ?
52K -16200# 700# 105 ms 5 2-# 00 ABBW D ß -=100; ß -n˜64; . . . *
52Ca -32510 700 4.6 s 0.3 0+ 00 ß -=100; ß -n<2
52Sc -40360 190 8.2 s 0.2 3(+) 00 ß -=100
52Ti -49465 7 1.7 m 0.1 0+ 00 ß -=100
52V -51441.3 1.0 3.743 m 0.005 3+ 00 ß -=100
52Cr -55416.9 0.8 STABLE 0+ 00 IS=83.789 18
52Mn -50705.4 2.0 5.591 d 0.003 6+ 00 ß +=100
52Mnm -50327.7 2.0 377.749 0.005 21.1 m 0.2 2+ 00 ß +=98.25 5; IT=1.75 5
52Fe -48332 7 8.275 h 0.008 0+ 00 ß +=100
52Fem -41520 130 6810 130 BD 45.9 s 0.6 12+# 00 ß +˜100; IT30 *
53Sc -37620# 300# >3 s 7/2-# 99 98So03 TD ß -=100; ß -n ?
53Ti -46830 100 32.7 s 0.9 (3/2)- 99 ß -=100
53V -51849 3 1.60 m 0.04 7/2- 99 ß -=100
53Cr -55284.7 0.8 STABLE 3/2- 99 IS=9.501 17
53Mn -54687.9 0.8 3.7 My 0.4 7/2- 99 e =100
53Fe -50945.3 1.8 8.51 m 0.02 7/2- 99 ß +=100
53Fem -47904.9 1.8 3040.4 0.3 2.526 m 0.024 19/2- 99 97Ge11 T IT=100 *
53Co -42645 18 242 ms 8 7/2-# 99 02Lo13 T ß +=100 *
53Com -39447 22 3197 29 p 247 ms 12 (19/2-) 99 ß +˜98.5; p˜1.5
53Ni -29370# 160# 45 ms 15 7/2-# 99 76Vi02 D ß +=100; ß +p˜45
53Cu -13460# 260# 300 ns) 0+ 01 97Be70 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
54Sc -34220 370 260 ms 30 3+# 01 02Ja16 T ß -=100; ß -n ? *
54Scm -34110 370 110 3 7 µs 5 (5+) 01 98Gr14 EJ IT=100
54Ti -45590 120 1.5 s 0.4 0+ 01 ß -=100
54V -49891 15 49.8 s 0.5 3+ 01 ß -=100
54Vm -49783 15 108 3 900 ns 500 (5+) 98Gr14 EJ IT=100
54Cr -56932.5 0.8 STABLE 0+ 01 IS=2.365 7
54Mn -55555.4 1.3 312.03 d 0.03 3+ 01 02Un02 T e =100; ß -<2.9e–4; . . . *
54Fe -56252.5 0.7 STABLE 0+ 01 IS=5.845 35; 2ß + ?
54Fem -49725.6 0.9 6526.9 0.6 364 ns 7 10+ 01 IT=100
54Co -48009.5 0.7 193.23 ms 0.14 0+ 01 ß +=100
54Com -47812.1 0.9 197.4 0.5 1.48 m 0.02 (7)+ 01 ß +=100
54Ni -39210 50 104 ms 7 0+ 01 02Lo13 T ß +=100 *
54Cu -21690# 210# 300 ns) 5/2-# 97Be70 I ß – ?
55Sc -29580 740 120 ms 40 7/2-# 01 ß -=100; ß -n ?
55Ti -41670 150 490 ms 90 3/2-# 01 98Am04 T ß -=100 *
55V -49150 100 6.54 s 0.15 7/2-# 01 ß -=100
55Cr -55107.5 0.8 3.497 m 0.003 3/2- 01 ß -=100
55Mn -57710.6 0.7 STABLE 5/2- 01 IS=100.
55Fe -57479.4 0.7 2.737 y 0.011 3/2- 01 e =100
55Co -54027.6 0.7 17.53 h 0.03 7/2- 01 ß +=100
55Ni -45336 11 204.7 ms 1.7 7/2- 01 02Lo13 T ß +=100 *
55Cu -31620# 300# 40# ms (>200 ns) 3/2-# 01 87Po04 I ß + ?; p ?
55Zn -14920# 250# 20# ms (>1.6µs) 5/2-# 01 01Gi10 I ß + ?
*55Ti T : unweighed average 98Am04=320(60) 96Do23=600(40) and 95So.A=545(95) **
*55Ti T : (Birge ratio B=2.75) **
*55Ni T : average 02Lo13=196(5) 99Re06=204(3) 87Ha.A=212.1(3.8) 84Ay01=208(5) **
*55Ni T : and 77Ho25=189(5) 76Ed.A=219(6); 97Wo06=204(3) superseded by 99Re06 **
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56Ca -13440# 900# 10# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 99 97Be70 I ß – ?
56Sc -25270# 700# 80# ms (>300 ns) 3+# 99 97Be70 I ß – ?
56Ti -38940 200 164 ms 24 0+ 99 98Am04 TD ß -=100; ß -n ? *
56V -46080 200 216 ms 4 (1+) 99 03Ma02 TJ ß -=100; ß -n ?
56Cr -55281.2 1.9 5.94 m 0.10 0+ 99 ß -=100
56Mn -56909.7 0.7 2.5789 h 0.0001 3+ 99 ß -=100
56Fe -60605.4 0.7 STABLE 0+ 99 IS=91.754 36
56Co -56039.4 2.1 77.23 d 0.03 4+ 99 ß +=100
56Ni -53904 11 6.075 d 0.010 0+ 99 ß +=100
56Cu -38600# 140# 93 ms 3 (4+) 99 01Bo54 TJD ß +=100; ß +p=0.40 12
56Zn -25730# 260# 36 ms 10 0+ 01 95Wa.A T ß + ?; ß +p ? *
56Ga -4740# 260# 3+# p?
*56Ti T : average 98Am04=190(40) 96Do23=150(30) **
*56Zn T : half-life is derived from experimental (p,n) cross sections **
*56Zn I : identified by time-of-flight 01Gi10 with T>1.6µs **
57Ca -7120# 1000# 5# ms 5/2-# ß – ?; ß -n ?
57Sc -20690# 700# 13 ms 4 7/2-# 98 02So.A TD ß -=100; ß -n=33#
57Ti -33540 460 60 ms 16 5/2-# 98 99So20 T ß -=100; ß -n=0.3# *
57V -44190 230 350 ms 10 (3/2-) 98 03Ma02 TJ ß -=100; ß -n=0.4#
57Cr -52524.1 1.9 21.1 s 1.0 (3/2-) 98 ß -=100
57Mn -57486.8 1.8 85.4 s 1.8 5/2- 98 ß -=100
57Fe -60180.1 0.7 STABLE 1/2- 98 IS=2.119 10
57Co -59344.2 0.7 271.74 d 0.06 7/2- 98 e =100
57Ni -56082.0 1.8 35.60 h 0.06 3/2- 98 ß +=100
57Cu -47310 16 196.3 ms 0.7 3/2- 98 ß +=100
57Zn -32800# 100# 38 ms 4 7/2-# 98 02Lo13 T ß +=100; ß +p˜65 *
57Ga -15900# 260# 1/2-# p?
*57Ti T : average 99So20=67(25) 96Do23=56(20); 98Am04=180(30) at variance not used **
*57Zn T : average 02Lo13=37(5) 76Vi02=40(10) **
58Sc -15170# 800# 12 ms 5 3+# 02So.A TD ß -=100
58Ti -30770# 700# 54 ms 7 0+ 97 99So20 TD ß -=100 *
58V -40210 250 191 ms 8 3+# 97 03Ma02 TD ß -=100; ß -n ? *
58Cr -51830 200 7.0 s 0.3 0+ 97 ß -=100
58Mn -55910 30 3.0 s 0.1 1+ 97 ß -=100
58Mnm -55840 30 71.78 0.05 65.2 s 0.5 (4)+ 97 ß -=?; IT=20#
58Fe -62153.4 0.7 STABLE 0+ 97 IS=0.282 4
58Co -59845.9 1.2 70.86 d 0.06 2+ 00 ß +=100
58Com -59821.0 1.2 24.
95 0.06 9.04 h 0.11 5+ 00 IT=100
58Con -59792.8 1.2 53.
15 0.07 10.4 µs 0.3 4+ 00 IT=100
58Ni -60227.7 0.6 STABLE (>700 Ey) 0+ 01 IS=68.0769 89; 2ß + ? *
58Cu -51662.1 1.6 3.204 s 0.007 1+ 01 ß +=100
58Zn -42300 50 84 ms 9 0+ 99 02Lo13 T ß +=100; ß +p400 Ey to 2+ level of 58Fe, >700 Ey to ground-state **
*58Zn T : average 02Lo13=83(10) 98Jo18=86(18) **
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59Sc -10040# 900# 10# ms 7/2-# ß – ?; ß -n ?
59Ti -25220# 700# 30 ms 3 5/2-# 02 02So.A T ß -=100 *
59V -37070 310 75 ms 7 7/2-# 02 ß -=100; ß -n ?
59Cr -47890 240 460 ms 50 5/2-# 02 ß -=100
59Crm -47390 240 503.0 1.7 96 µs 20 (9/2+) 02 IT=100
59Mn -55480 30 4.59 s 0.05 (5/2)- 02 ß -=100
59Fe -60663.1 0.7 44.495 d 0.009 3/2- 02 ß -=100
59Co -62228.4 0.6 STABLE 7/2- 02 IS=100.
59Ni -61155.7 0.6 101 ky 13 3/2- 02 94Ru19 T ß +=100 *
59Cu -56357.2 0.8 81.5 s 0.5 3/2- 02 ß +=100
59Zn -47260 40 182.0 ms 1.8 3/2- 02 ß +=100; ß +p=0.10 3
59Ga -34120# 170# 3/2-# p?
59Ge -17000# 280# 7/2-# 2p ?
*59Ti T : supersedes 99So20=58(17) same group **
*59Ni T : unweighed average 94Ru19=108(13) 94Ru19(meteorite)=120(22) 81Ni08=76(5) **
*59Ni T : (Birge ratio B=2.05) **
60Sc -4000# 900# 3# ms 3+# ß – ?
60Ti -21650# 800# 22 ms 2 0+ 02So.A TD ß -=100
60V -32580 470 122 ms 18 3+# 97 99So20 TD ß -=100; ß -n ? *
60Vm -32580# 490# 0# 150# 40 ms 15 1+# 03So02 TD ß -=?; IT ?
60Vn -32480 470 101 1 (>400 ns) 99So20 EI IT=100
60Cr -46500 210 560 ms 60 0+ 93 96Do23 T ß -=100 *
60Mn -53180 90 51 s 6 0+ 94 ß -=100
60Mnm -52910 90 271.90 0.10 1.77 s 0.02 3+ 94 92Sc.A E ß -=88.5 8; IT=11.5 8
60Fe -61412 3 1.5 My 0.3 0+ 93 ß -=100
60Co -61649.0 0.6 5.2713 y 0.0008 5+ 00 ß -=100
60Com -61590.4 0.6 58.59 0.01 10.467 m 0.006 2+ 00 IT˜100; ß -=0.24 3
60Ni -64472.1 0.6 STABLE 0+ 96 IS=26.2231 77
60Cu -58344.1 1.7 23.7 m 0.4 2+ 93 ß +=100
60Zn -54188 11 2.38 m 0.05 0+ 02 ß +=100
60Ga -40000# 110# 70 ms 10 (2+) 02 01Ma96 TJ ß +=100; ß +p=1.6 7; . . . *
60Ge -27770# 230# 30# ms 0+ ß + ?
60As -6400# 600# 5+# p?
60Asm -6340# 600# 60# 20# 2+# p?
*60V T : also 98Am04=200(40), not used **
*60Cr T : weighed average 96Do23=510(150) 88Bo06=570(60); other 95Am.A=380(30) **
*60Ga D : . . . ; ß +a300 ns) 1/2-# 99 97Be70 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
61V -29360# 400# 47.0 ms 1.2 7/2-# 99 03So02 TD ß -=100; ß -n<6
61Cr -42180 250 261 ms 15 5/2-# 99 99So20 TD ß -=100; ß -n ? *
61Mn -51560 230 670 ms 40 (5/2)- 99 99Ha05 D ß -=100; ß -n=?
61Fe -58921 20 5.98 m 0.06 3/2-,5/2- 99 ß -=100
61Fem -58060 20 861 3 250 ns 10 9/2+# 99 98Gr14 E IT=100
61Co -62898.4 0.9 1.650 h 0.005 7/2- 99 ß -=100
61Ni -64220.9 0.6 STABLE 3/2- 99 IS=1.1399 6
61Cu -61983.6 1.0 3.333 h 0.005 3/2- 99 ß +=100
61Zn -56345 16 89.1 s 0.2 3/2- 99 ß +=100
61Znm -56257 16 88.4 0.1 < 430 ms 1/2- 99 IT=100
61Znn -55927 16 418.10 0.15 140 ms 70 3/2- 99 IT=100
61Znp -55589 16 756.02 0.18 99; IT<1
62Ni -66746.1 0.6 STABLE 0+ 01 IS=3.6345 17
62Cu -62798 4 9.673 m 0.008 1+ 01 02Un02 T ß +=100 *
62Zn -61171 10 9.186 h 0.013 0+ 01 ß +=100
62Ga -52000 28 115.99 ms 0.17 0+ 01 03Hy02 T ß +=100 *
62Gam -51183 28 817.5 0.5 4.6 ns 0.5 (3+) 01 98Vi06 ETJ IT=100
62Ge -42240# 140# 130 ms 40 0+ 01 02Lo13 TD ß +=100 *
62As -24960# 300# 1+# 01 p? *
*62Cr T : average 02So.A=209(12) 99So20=187(15) 98Am04=190(30) **
*62Cu T : others 97Zi06(LS method)=9.68(0.04) 97Zi06(IC method)=9.673(0.026) **
*62Cu T : 69Jo07=9.73(0.02) 69Bo11=9.7(0.1) 65Li11=9.79(0.06) 65Eb01=9.76(0.02) **
*62Ga T : average 03Hy02=115.84(0.25) 79Da04=116.34(0.35) 78Al23=115.95(0.30) **
*62Ge I : T=113(+6–5) ms in 93Wi03 (table 1) is a misprint for 62Ga **
*62As D : p-unstable from estimated Sp=–1476#(422#) keV **
63Ti -5200# 1000# 3# ms 1/2-# ß – ?; ß -n ?
63V -20910# 600# 17 ms 3 7/2-# 01 03So02 TD ß -=100; ß -n300 ns) 97 97Be70 I ß – ?
64Cr -33150# 400# 43 ms 1 0+ 02So.A TD ß -=100 *
64Mn -42620 270 88.8 ms 2.5 (1+) 96 99So20 TJD ß -=100; ß -n=? *
64Mnm -42490 270 135 3 > 100 µs 98Gr14 ET IT=100
64Fe -54770 280 2.0 s 0.2 0+ 96 ß -=100
64Co -59793 20 300 ms 30 1+ 96 ß -=100
64Ni -67099.3 0.6 STABLE 0+ 96 IS=0.9256 9
64Cu -65424.2 0.6 12.700 h 0.002 1+ 96 ß +=61.0 3; ß -=39.0 3
64Zn -66003.6 0.7 STABLE (>2.3 Ey) 0+ 96 85No03 T IS=48.63 60; 2ß + ?
64Ga -58834.3 2.0 2.627 m 0.012 0(+#) 96 ß +=100
64Gam -58791.5 2.0 42.85 0.08 21.9 µs 0.7 2+ 96 99Ta29 TJ IT=100
64Ge -54350 30 63.7 s 2.5 0+ 96 ß +=100
64As -39520# 360# 40 ms 30 0+# 02Lo13 TD ß +=100
*64Cr T : also 99So20=44(12) outweighed, not used **
*64Mn T : average 02So.A=91(4) 99So20=85(5) 99Ha05=89(4); 98Am04=140(30) not used **
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(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
65V -11250# 800# 10# ms 5/2-# ß – ?; ß -n ?
65Cr -27800# 500# 27 ms 3 1/2-# 97 02So.A TD ß -=100; ß -n ?
65Mn -40670 540 92 ms 1 5/2-# 93 02So.A TD ß -=100; ß -n=? *
65Fe -50880 240 1.3 s 0.3 1/2-# 93 99So20 T ß -=100 *
65Fem -50520 240 364 3 430 ns 130 (5/2-) 98Gr14 ETJ IT=100
65Co -59170 13 1.20 s 0.06 (7/2)- 93 ß -=100
65Ni -65126.1 0.6 2.5172 h 0.0003 5/2- 97 ß -=100
65Nim -64113.1 1.2 1013 1 26.7 ns 1.0 9/2+ 95Bl01 ETJ
65Cu -67263.7 0.7 STABLE 3/2- 93 IS=30.83 3
65Zn -65911.6 0.7 244.06 d 0.10 5/2- 00 ß +=100
65Znm -65857.7 0.7 53.928 0.010 1.6 µs 0.6 (1/2)- 00 IT=100
65Ga -62657.2 0.8 15.2 m 0.2 3/2- 93 ß +=100
65Ge -56410 100 30.9 s 0.5 (3/2)- 93 87Vi01 D ß +=100; ß +p=0.011 3
65As -46980# 300# 170 ms 30 3/2-# 93 02Lo13 T ß +=100 *
65Se -32920# 600# 100 µs (8-) 98Gr14 ETJ IT=100
66Ni -66006.3 1.4 54.6 h 0.4 0+ 98 ß -=100
66Cu -66258.3 0.7 5.120 m 0.014 1+ 98 ß -=100
66Zn -68899.4 0.9 STABLE 0+ 98 IS=27.90 27
66Ga -63724 3 9.49 h 0.07 0+ 98 ß +=100
66Ge -61620 30 2.26 h 0.05 0+ 98 ß +=100
66As -51500 680 95.77 ms 0.23 (0+) 98 98Gr12 J ß +=100
66Asm -50140 680 1356.70 0.17 1.1 µs 0.1 (5+) 01Gr07 TJ IT=100 *
66Asn -48480 680 3023.9 0.3 8.2 µs 0.5 (9+) 01Gr07 TJ IT=100 *
66Se -41720# 300# 33 ms 12 0+ 98 02Lo13 TD ß +=100
*66Mn T : average 02So.A=64(2) 99Ha05=66(4) **
*66Mn T : also 99So20=62(14) 98Am04=90(20) outweighed, not used **
*66Fe T : average 99So20=440(60) 98Am04=440(60) **
*66Co T : average 00Mu10=180(10) 94Cz02=240(30) 85Bo49=230(20) **
*66Asm J : 3+# from systematics **
*66Asn T : supersedes 98Gr12=17.5(1.5) E : from 98Gr12 **
67Cr -19050# 700# 10# ms (>300 ns) 1/2-# 97Be70 I ß – ?
67Mn -33400# 500# 45 ms 3 5/2-# 97 02So.A TD ß -=100; ß -n=? *
67Fe -45690 420 394 ms 9 1/2-# 91 02So.A TD ß -=100; ß -n ? *
67Fem -45320 420 367 3 64 µs 17 (5/2-) 03Sa02 ET IT=100 *
67Co -55060 320 425 ms 20 7/2-# 91 99We07 T ß -=100 *
67Ni -63742.7 2.9 21 s 1 1/2- 01 00Ri14 J ß -=100
67Nim -62736 4 1007 3 13.3 µs 0.2 9/2+ 01 98Gr14 E IT=100
67Cu -67318.8 1.2 61.83 h 0.12 3/2- 91 ß -=100
67Zn -67880.4 0.9 STABLE 5/2- 91 IS=4.10 13
67Ga -66879.7 1.3 3.2612 d 0.0006 3/2- 96 e =100
67Ge -62658 5 18.9 m 0.3 1/2- 91 ß +=100
67Gem -62640 5 18.2 0.05 13.7 µs 0.9 5/2- 91 IT=100
67Gen -61906 5 751.70 0.06 110.9 ns 1.4 91 IT=100
67As -56650 100 42.5 s 1.2 (5/2-) 91 ß +=100
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. . . A-group continued . . .
67Se -46490# 200# 133 ms 11 5/2-# 97 95Bl23 TD ß +=100; ß +p=0.5 1 *
67Br -32800# 500# 1/2-# p?
*67Mn T : average 02So.A=47(4) 99Ha05=42(4) **
*67Fe T : others 99So20=500(100) 98Am04=470(50) outweighed, not used **
*67Fem T : average 03Sa02=75(21) 98Gr14=43(30), same authors, different experiment **
*67Co T : others 99Pr10=440(70) 99So20=440(80) 85Bo49=420(70) outweighed, not used **
*67Co T : and 95Am.A=310(20) at variance, not used **
*67Se T : average 02Lo13=136(12) 94Ba50=107(35) **
*67Se T : values from 95Bl23 for 67Se=60(+17–11) and 71Kr questioned by 97Oi01 **
68Mn -28600# 600# 28 ms 4 02 02So.A T ß -=100; ß -n=? *
68Fe -43130 700 187 ms 6 0+ 02 02So.A T ß -=100; ß -n ? *
68Co -51350 320 * 200 ms 21 (7-) 02 00Mu10 T ß -=100 *
68Com -51200# 350# 150# 150# * 1.6 s 0.3 (3+) 02 00Mu10 JD ß -=?; IT ?
68Ni -63463.8 3.0 29 s 2 0+ 02 ß -=100
68Nim -61694 3 1770.0 1.0 276 ns 65 0+ 02 IT=100
68Nin -60615 3 2849.1 0.3 860 µs 50 5-
02 IT=100
68Cu -65567.0 1.6 31.1 s 1.5 1+ 02 ß -=100
68Cum -64845.4 1.7 721.6 0.7 3.75 m 0.05 (6-) 02 IT=84 1; ß -=16 1
68Zn -70007.2 1.0 STABLE 0+ 02 IS=18.75 51
68Ga -67086.1 1.5 67.71 m 0.09 1+ 02 ß +=100
68Gam -65856.2 1.5 1229.87 0.04 62.0 ns 1.4 7- 02 IT=100
68Ge -66980 6 270.95 d 0.16 0+ 02 e =100
68As -58900 40 151.6 s 0.8 3+ 02 ß +=100
68Asm -58470 40 425.21 0.16 111 s 20 1+ 02 IT=100
68Se -54210 30 35.5 s 0.7 0+ 02 ß +=100
68Br -38640# 360# < 1.5 µs 3+# 02 95Bl06 I p ?
*68Mn T : average 02So.A=28(8) 99Ha05=28(4) **
*68Fe T : others 99So20=155(50) 91Be33=100(60) outweighed, not used **
*68Co T : average 00Mu10=230(30) 99So20=170(30); not used 95Am.A=310(30) **
*68Co T : 95Am.A supersedes 91Be33=180(100) from same group **
69Mn -25300# 800# 14 ms 4 5/2-# 00 ß -=100; ß -n=24# *
69Fe -38400# 500# 109 ms 9 1/2-# 00 02So.A T ß -=100; ß -n=7#
69Co -50000 340 227 ms 13 7/2-# 00 02So.A T ß -=100; ß -n=1# *
69Ni -59979 4 11.5 s 0.3 9/2+ 00 99Pr10 T ß -=100 *
69Nim -59658 4 321 2 3.5 s 0.4 (1/2-) 00 98Gr14 E ß -˜100; IT ? *
69Nin -57278 11 2701 10 439 ns 3 (17/2-) 00 IT=100
69Cu -65736.2 1.4 2.85 m 0.15 3/2- 00 ß -=100
69Cum -62994.4 1.7 2741.8 1.0 360 ns 30 (13/2+) 00 IT=100
69Zn -68418.0 1.0 56.4 m 0.9 1/2- 00 ß -=100
69Znm -67979.4 1.0 438.636 0.018 13.76 h 0.02 9/2+ 00 IT˜100; ß -=0.033 3
69Ga -69327.8 1.2 STABLE 3/2- 00 IS=60.108 9
69Ge -67100.6 1.3 39.05 h 0.10 5/2- 00 ß +=100
69Gem -67013.8 1.3 86.765 0.014 5.1 µs 0.2 1/2- 00 IT=100
69Gen -66702.7 1.3 397.944 0.018 2.81 µs 0.05 9/2+ 00 IT=100
69As -63090 30 15.2 m 0.2 5/2- 00 ß +=100
69Se -56300 30 27.4 s 0.2 (1/2-) 00 95Po01 J ß +=100; ß +p=0.045 10
69Sem -56260 30 39.4 0.1 2.0 µs 0.2 5/2- 00 IT=100
69Sen -55730 30 573.9 1.0 955 ns 16 9/2+ 00 00Ch07 T IT=100 *
69Br -46480# 110# * < 24 ns 1/2-# 00 96Pf01 I p ? *
69Brm -46440# 150# 40# 100# * 5/2-#
69Brn -45910# 150# 570# 100# 9/2+#
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69Kr -32440# 400# 32 ms 10 5/2-# 00 ß +=100; ß +p=?
*69Mn D : ß -n observed by 99Ha05 **
*69Co T : average 02So.A=232(17) 99Mu17=220(20); other 99So20=190(40), not used **
*69Ni T : average 99Pr10=11.7(0.6) 85Bo49=11.4(0.3); not used 98Fr15=11.2(0.9) **
*69Nim T : average 99Mu17=3.5(0.5) 99Pr10=3.4(0.7) **
*69Nim E : 9/2+ level in isotones: 73Ge=–66 71Zn=157(1) 69Ni=–321(2) exhibits **
*69Nim E : unusual strong variations **
*69Sen T : average 00Ch07=950(21) 95Po01=960(23) **
*69Br T : in contradiction with 450 keV protons, 50<T500 Ty in ENSDF is for 0? -2ß – decay alone **
*70Brm E : from 2002Je07 **
71Fe -31000# 800# 30# ms (>300 ns) 7/2+# 97 97Be70 I ß – ?
71Co -43870 840 97 ms 2 7/2-# 93 02So.A T ß -=100; ß -n ? *
71Ni -55200 370 2.56 s 0.03 1/2-# 93 98Fr15 T ß -=100
71Cu -62711.1 1.5 19.4 s 1.4 (3/2-) 93 99Pr10 T ß -=100 *
71Cum -59955 10 2756 10 271 ns 13 (19/2-) 98Gr14 ETJ IT=100 *
71Zn -67327 10 2.45 m 0.10 1/2- 93 ß -=100
71Znm -67169 10 157.7 1.3 3.96 h 0.05 9/2+ 93 ß -˜100; IT=0.05
71Ga -70140.2 1.0 STABLE 3/2- 93 IS=39.892 9
71Ge -69907.7 1.0 11.43 d 0.03 1/2- 93 e =100
71Gem -69709.3 1.0 198.367 0.010 20.40 ms 0.17 9/2+ 93 IT=100
71As -67894 4 65.28 h 0.15 5/2- 93 ß +=100
71Se -63120 30 4.74 m 0.05 5/2- 93 ß +=100
71Sem -63070 30 48.79 0.05 5.6 µs 0.7 1/2-to9/2- 93 IT=100
71Sen -62860 30 260.48 0.10 19.0 µs 0.5 (9/2)+ 93 00Ch07 T IT=100
71Br -57060 570 21.4 s 0.6 (5/2)- 93 ß +=100
71Kr -46920 650 100 ms 3 (5/2)- 97 97Oi01 TJD ß +=100; ß +p=2.1 7 *
71Rb -32300# 500# * 5/2-# p?
71Rbm -32250# 510# 50# 100# * 1/2-#
71Rbn -32040# 510# 260# 100# 9/2+#
*71Co T : other not used: 98Am04=210(40) **
*71Cu T : average 99Pr10=19(3) 83Ru06=19.5(1.6) **
*71Cum T : average 98Is11=250(30) 98Gr14=275(14) **
*71Kr T : average 97Oi01=100(3) 81Ew01=97(9); 95Bl23=64(+8–5) at variance not used **
*71Kr T : values from 95Bl23 for 67Se and 71Kr questioned by 97Oi01 **
*71Kr D : 95Bl23=5.2(0.6) at variance not used **
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72Fe -28300# 800# 10# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 97 97Be70 I ß – ?
72Co -39300# 600# 90 ms 20 98Am04 TD ß -=100; ß -n ?
72Ni -53940 440 1.57 s 0.05 0+ 98Fr15 TD ß -=100; ß -n ? *
72Cu -59783.0 1.4 6.6 s 0.1 (1+) 95 ß -=100
72Cum -59513 3 270 3 1.76 µs 0.03 (4-) 98Gr14 ETJ IT=100
72Zn -68131 6 46.5 h 0.1 0+ 95 ß -=100
72Ga -68589.4 1.0 14.10 h 0.02 3- 95 ß -=100
72Gam -68469.7 1.0 119.66 0.05 39.68 ms 0.13 (0+) 95 IT=100
72Ge -72585.9 1.6 STABLE 0+ 95 IS=27.54 34
72Gem -71894.5 1.6 691.43 0.04 444.2 ns 0.8 0+
72As -68230 4 26.0 h 0.1 2- 95 ß +=100
72Se -67894 12 8.40 d 0.08 0+ 97 e =100
72Br -59020 60 78.6 s 2.4 1+ 95 03Pi03 J ß +=100
72Brm -58920 60 100.92 0.03 10.6 s 0.3 1- 95 IT˜100; ß +=?
72Kr -53941 8 17.16 s 0.18 0+ 95 03Pi03 T ß +=100 *
72Rb -38120# 500# * 300 ns) 7/2-# 02 97Be70 I ß – ?
73Ni -49860# 300# 840 ms 30 (9/2+) 02 ß -=100; ß -n ?
73Cu -58987 4 4.2 s 0.3 (3/2-) 02 98Fr15 J ß -=100; ß -n ?
73Zn -65410 40 23.5 s 1.0 (1/2)- 02 ß -=100
73Znm -65210 40 195.5 0.2 13.0 ms 0.2 (5/2+) 02 IT=100
73Znn -65170 40 237.6 2.0 EU 5.8 s 0.8 (7/2+) 02 IT=?; ß -=? *
73Ga -69699.3 1.7 4.86 h 0.03 3/2- 02 ß -=100
73Ge -71297.5 1.6 STABLE 9/2+ 02 IS=7.73 5
73Gem -71284.2 1.6 13.2845 0.0015 2.92 µs 0.03 5/2+ 02 IT=100
73Gen -71230.8 1.6 66.726 0.009 499 ms 11 1/2- 02 IT=100
73As -70957 4 80.30 d 0.06 3/2- 93 e =100
73Se -68218 11 7.15 h 0.08 9/2+ 03 ß +=100
73Sem -68192 11 25.71 0.04 39.8 m 1.3 3/2- 03 IT=72.6 3; ß +=27.4 3
73Br -63630 50 3.4 m 0.2 1/2- 02 ß +=100
73Kr -56552 7 28.6 s 0.6 3/2- 02 99Mi17 T ß +=100; ß +p=0.25 3 *
73Krm -56118 7 433.66 0.12 107 ns 10 (9/2+) 03 IT=100
73Rb -46050# 150# 25 ms 1/2-# 03 ß +=100; ß +p=?
*73Znn E : if 42.1 keV ? feeds 73Znm, EU: see discussion in ENSDF’02 **
*73Kr T : average 99Mi17=29.0(1.0) 81Ha44=28.4(0.7); 73Da22=25.9(0.6) at variance, **
*73Kr T : not used **
74Co -32250# 800# 50# ms (>300 ns) 03 97Be70 I ß – ?
74Ni -48370# 400# 680 ms 120 0+ 03 98Fr15 T ß -=100; ß -n ? *
74Cu -56006 6 1.594 s 0.010 1+# 95 ß -=100
74Zn -65710 50 95.6 s 1.2 0+ 95 ß -=100
74Ga -68050 4 8.12 m 0.12 (3-) 95 ß -=100
74Gam -67990 4 59.571 0.014 9.5 s 1.0 (0) 95 IT=?; ß -=25#
74Ge -73422.4 1.6 STABLE 0+ 95 IS=36.28 73
74As -70860.0 2.3 17.77 d 0.02 2- 95 ß +=66 2; ß -=34 2
74Se -72212.7 1.7 STABLE 0+ 95 IS=0.89 4; 2ß + ?
74Br -65306 15 25.4 m 0.3 (0-) 95 ß +=100
74Brm -65292 15 13.58 0.21 46 m 2 4(+#) 95 ß +=100
74Kr -62331.5 2.0 11.50 m 0.11 0+ 95 ß +=100
74Krm -61824 10 508 10 29 ns 6 0+ 00Ch07 ETJ IT=100
74Rb -51917 4 64.76 ms 0.03 (0+) 95 01Ba12 T ß +=100
74Sr -40700# 500# 50# ms (>1.5µs) 0+ 97 95Bl06 I ß + ?
*74Ni T : average 98Fr15=900(200) 98Am04=540(160) **
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75Co -29500# 800# 40# ms (>300 ns) 7/2-# 99 97Be70 I ß – ?
75Ni -43900# 400# 600 ms 200 7/2+# 99 85Re01 D ß -=100; ß -n=1.6# *
75Cu -54120 980 1.224 s 0.003 3/2-# 99 ß -=100; ß -n=3.5 6
75Zn -62470 70 10.2 s 0.2 7/2+# 99 ß -=100
75Ga -68464.6 2.4 126 s 2 (3/2)- 99 ß -=100
75Ge -71856.4 1.6 82.78 m 0.04 1/2- 99 ß -=100
75Gem -71716.7 1.6 139.69 0.03 47.7 s 0.5 7/2+ 99 IT˜100; ß -=0.030 6
75As -73032.4 1.8 STABLE 3/2- 99 IS=100.
75Asm -72728.5 1.8 303.9241 0.0007 17.62 ms 0.23 9/2+ 99 IT=100
75Se -72169.0 1.7 119.779 d 0.004 5/2+ 99 e =100
75Br -69139 14 96.7 m 1.3 3/2- 99 ß +=100
75Kr -64324 8 4.29 m 0.17 5/2+ 99 ß +=100
75Rb -57222 7 19.0 s 1.2 (3/2-) 99 ß +=100
75Sr -46620 220 88 ms 3 (3/2-) 99 03Hu01 TJD ß +=100; ß +p=5.2 9
*75Ni D : ß -n=1.6%# estimated by 85Re01 **
76Ni -41610# 900# 470 ms 390 0+ 97 98Am04 T ß -=100; ß -n ?
76Cu -50976 7 * 641 ms 6 (3,5) 95 90Wi12 J ß -=100; ß -n=3 2
76Cum -50980# 200# 0# 200# * 1.27 s 0.30 (1,3) 95 90Wi12 J ß -=100
76Zn -62140 80 5.7 s 0.3 0+ 95 ß -=100
76Ga -66296.6 2.0 32.6 s 0.6 (2+,3+) 95 ß -=100
76Ge -73213.0 1.7 1.58 Zy 0.17 0+ 95 01Kl11 T IS=7.61 38; 2ß -=100 *
76As -72289.5 1.8 1.0778 d 0.0020 2- 95 ß -˜100; e99.4; ß +170 ns) 00We.A I ß + ?; p ? *
*76Ge T : from 01Kl11=1.55(+0.19–0.15); other results from same group: **
*76Ge T : 97Gu13=1.77(+0.13–0.11) 94Ba15=1.42(0.13) **
*76Ge T : other groups 93Br22=0.84(+0.10–0.08)(2s ) 90Va18=0.90(0.10) **
*76Ge T : and 90Mi23=1.1(+0.6–0.3)(2s ) **
*76Ge TD : claim for 0? -ßß 01Kl13=15 Yy not trusted. See also 02Aa.1 and 02Zd02 **
*76Y I : also 01Ki13>200 ns, same group **
77Ni -36750# 500# 300# ms (>300 ns) 9/2+# 97 97Be70 I ß – ?
77Cu -48580# 400# 469 ms 8 3/2-# 97 ß -=100
77Zn -58720 120 2.08 s 0.05 7/2+# 97 ß -=100
77Znm -57950 120 772.39 0.12 1.05 s 0.10 1/2-# 97 IT>50; ß -<50
77Ga -65992.3 2.4 13.2 s 0.2 (3/2-) 97 ß -=100
77Ge -71214.0 1.7 11.30 h 0.01 7/2+ 97 ß -=100
77Gem -71054.3 1.7 159.70 0.10 52.9 s 0.6 1/2- 97 ß -=81 2; IT=19 2
77As -73916.6 2.3 38.83 h 0.05 3/2- 97 ß -=100
77Asm -73441.2 2.3 475.443 0.016 114.0 µs 2.5 9/2+ 97 IT=100
77Se -74599.6 1.7 STABLE 1/2- 97 IS=7.63 16
77Sem -74437.7 1.7 161.9223 0.0007 17.36 s 0.05 7/2+ 97 IT=100
77Br -73235 3 57.036 h 0.006 3/2- 97 ß +=100
77Brm -73129 3 105.86 0.08 4.28 m 0.10 9/2+ 97 IT=100
77Kr -70169.4 2.0 74.4 m 0.6 5/2+ 97 ß +=100
77Rb -64825 7 3.77 m 0.04 3/2- 97 ß +=100
77Sr -57804 9 9.0 s 0.2 5/2+ 97 ß +=100; ß +p<0.25
77Y -46910# 60# 63 ms 17 5/2+# 97 01Ki13 T ß +=?; ß +p ?; p300 ns) 0+ 97 97Be70 I ß – ?
78Cu -44750# 400# 342 ms 11 97 91Kr15 T ß -=100
78Zn -57340 90 1.47 s 0.15 0+ 91 ß -=100
78Znm -54670 90 2673 1 319 ns 9 (8+) 00Da07 ET IT=100
78Ga -63706.6 2.4 5.09 s 0.05 (3+) 91 ß -=100
78Ge -71862 4 88 m 1 0+ 91 ß -=100
78As -72817 10 90.7 m 0.2 2- 91 ß -=100
78Se -77026.1 1.7 STABLE 0+ 91 IS=23.77 28
78Br -73452 4 6.46 m 0.04 1+ 91 ß +˜100; ß -110 Ey) 0+ 91 94Sa31 T IS=0.35 1; 2ß + ? *
78Rb -66936 7 17.66 m 0.08 0(+) 91 ß +=100
78Rbm -66825 7 111.20 0.10 5.74 m 0.05 4(-) 91 91Mc.A E ß +=90 2; IT=10 2
78Rbx -66862 14 74 12 R = 2.0 0.5 spmix
78Sr -63174 7 159 s 8 0+ 91 92Gr09 T ß +=100
78Y -52530# 400# * 54 ms 5 (0+) 97 01Ga24 TJD ß +=100; ß +p ? *
78Ym -52530# 640# 0# 500# * 5.8 s 0.5 5+# 01Ki13 TD ß +=100; ß +p ? *
78Zr -41700# 500# 50# ms (>170 ns) 0+ 00We.A I ß + ?; ß +p ? *
*78Br D : ß – branch is uncertain. See ENSDF **
*78Kr T : limit given here is for the K-e+ decay (theoretically faster) **
*78Y T : average 01Ga24=50(8) 01Ki13=55(+9–6) **
*78Ym T : average 01Ki13=5.7(0.7) 98Uu01=5.8(0.6) **
*78Zr I : also 01Ki13>200 ns same group **
79Cu -42330# 500# 188 ms 25 3/2-# 02 ß -=100; ß -n=55 17
79Zn -53420# 260# 995 ms 19 (9/2+) 02 ß -=100; ß -n=1.3 4
79Ga -62510 100 2.847 s 0.003 3/2-# 02 ß -=100; ß -n=0.089 19
79Ge -69490 90 18.98 s 0.03 (1/2)- 02 ß -=100
79Gem -69300 90 185.95 0.04 39.0 s 1.0 7/2+# 02 ß -=96 1; IT=4 1
79As -73637 6 9.01 m 0.15 3/2- 02 ß -=100
79Asm -72864 6 772.81 0.06 1.21 µs 0.01 (9/2)+ 02 98Gr14 T IT=100 *
79Se -75917.6 1.7 295 ky 38 7/2+ 02 ß -=100
79Sem -75821.8 1.7 95.77 0.03 3.92 m 0.01 1/2- 02 IT˜100; ß -=0.056 11
79Br -76068.5 2.0 STABLE 3/2- 02 IS=50.69 7
79Brm -75860.9 2.0 207.61 0.09 4.86 s 0.04 (9/2+) 02 IT=100
79Kr -74443 4 35.04 h 0.10 1/2- 02 ß +=100
79Krm -74313 4 129.77 0.05 50 s 3 7/2+ 02 IT=100
79Krn -74296 4 147.06 0.06 78.7 ns 1.0 (5/2-) 02 IT=100
79Rb -70803 6 22.9 m 0.5 5/2+ 02 ß +=100
79Sr -65477 8 2.25 m 0.10 3/2(-) 02 ß +=100
79Y -58360 450 14.8 s 0.6 5/2+# 02 ß +=100; ß +p ?
79Zr -47360# 400# 56 ms 30 5/2+# 02 ß +=100; ß +p ?
*79Asm T : 98Ho15=0.87(0.06) outweighed, not used **
80Cu -36450# 600# 100# ms (>300 ns) 97 97Be70 I ß – ?
80Zn -51840 170 545 ms 16 0+ 92 ß -=100; ß -n=1.0 5
80Ga -59140 120 1.697 s 0.011 (3) 92 93Ru01 D ß -=100; ß -n=0.89 6
80Ge -69515 28 29.5 s 0.4 0+ 92 ß -=100
80As -72159 23 15.2 s 0.2 1+ 92 ß -=100
80Se -77759.9 2.0 STABLE 0+ 92 IS=49.61 41; 2ß – ?
80Br -75889.5 2.0 17.68 m 0.02 1+ 92 ß -=91.7 2; ß +=8.3 2
80Brm -75803.7 2.0 85.843 0.004 4.4205 h 0.0008 5- 92 IT=100
80Kr -77892.5 1.5 STABLE 0+ 92 IS=2.28 6
80Rb -72173 7 33.4 s 0.7 1+ 92 93Al03 T ß +=100
80Rbm -71679 7 494.4 0.5 1.6 µs 0.02 6+ 92Do10 E
80Sr -70308 7 106.3 m 1.5 0+ 99 ß +=100
80Y -61220 180 30.1 s 0.5 4- 92 98Do04 TJ ß +=100 *
80Ym -60990 180 228.5 0.1 4.8 s 0.3 (1-) 98Do04 ETJ IT=81 2; ß +=19 2 *
80Yn -60910 180 312.5 1.0 4.7 µs 0.3 (2+) 00Ch07 ETJ IT=100 *
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80Zr -55520 1490 4.6 s 0.6 0+ 92 01Ki13 T ß +=100; ß +p ? *
*80Y T : differences with 82De36=38(1) 81Li12=33.8(0.6) explained in 98Do04 **
*80Ym T : average 01No07=5.0(0.5) 98Do04=4.7(0.3) D : from 98Do04 **
*80Yn E : 00Ch07=84(1) above 228.5 level **
*80Zr T : average 01Ki13=5.3(+1.1–0.9) 00Re03=4.1(+0.8–0.6) **
81Zn -46130# 300# 290 ms 50 5/2+# 97 ß -=100; ß -n=7.5 30
81Ga -57980 190 1.217 s 0.005 (5/2-) 97 ß -=100; ß -n=11.9 7
81Ge -66300 120 8 s 2 9/2+# 97 ß -=100 *
81Gem -65620 120 679.13 0.04 8 s 2 (1/2+) 97 ß -˜100; IT<1
81As -72533 6 33.3 s 0.8 3/2- 97 ß -=100
81Se -76389.5 2.0 18.45 m 0.12 1/2- 97 ß -=100
81Sem -76286.5 2.0 102.99 0.06 57.28 m 0.02 7/2+ 97 IT˜100; ß -=0.052 14
81Br -77974.8 2.0 STABLE 3/2- 97 IS=49.31 7
81Brm -77438.6 2.0 536.20 0.09 34.6 µs 9/2+
81Kr -77694.0 2.0 229 ky 11 7/2+ 97 e =100
81Krm -77503.4 2.0 190.62 0.04 13.10 s 0.03 1/2- 97 IT˜100; e =0.0025 4
81Rb -75455 6 4.576 h 0.005 3/2- 97 ß +=100
81Rbm -75369 6 86.31 0.07 30.5 m 0.3 9/2+ 97 IT=97.6 6; ß +=2.4 6
81Sr -71528 6 22.3 m 0.4 1/2- 99 ß +=100
81Y -66020 60 70.4 s 1.0 (5/2+) 98 ß +=100
81Zr -58490 170 5.5 s 0.4 3/2-# 00 ß +=100; ß +p=0.12 2
81Nb -47480# 1500# < 44 ns 3/2-# 97 00We.A I p ?; ß + ?; ß +p ? *
*81Ge T : derived from 7.6(0.6), for mixture of ground-state and isomer with almost same half-life **
*81Nb I : also 99Ja02<80 01Ki13300 ns) 0+ 03 97Be70 I ß – ?
82Ga -53100# 300# 599 ms 2 (1,2,3) 03 93Ru01 D ß -=100; ß -n=21.3 13 *
82Ge -65620 240 4.55 s 0.05 0+ 03 ß -=100
82As -70320 200 * 19.1 s 0.5 (1+) 03 ß -=100
82Asm -70075 25 250 200 BD * 13.6 s 0.4 (5-) 03 ß -=100
82Se -77594.0 2.0 97 Ey 5 0+ 03 99Pi08 T IS=8.73 22; 2ß -=100 *
82Br -77496.5 1.9 35.282 h 0.007 5- 03 ß -=100
82Brm -77450.6 1.9 45.9492 0.0010 6.13 m 0.05 2- 03 IT=97.6 3; ß -=2.4 3
82Kr -80589.5 1.8 STABLE 0+ 03 IS=11.58 14
82Rb -76188.2 2.8 1.273 m 0.002 1+ 03 ß +=100
82Rbm -76119.1 2.4 69.1 1.5 MD 6.472 h 0.006 5- 03 ß +˜100; IT300 ns) 5/2+# 01 97Be70 I ß – ?
83Ga -49390# 300# 308 ms 1 3/2-# 01 ß -=100; ß -n=37 17
83Ge -60900# 200# 1.85 s 0.06 5/2+# 01 ß -=100
83As -69880 220 13.4 s 0.3 3/2-# 01 ß -=100
83Se -75341 4 22.3 m 0.3 9/2+ 01 ß -=100
83Sem -75113 4 228.50 0.20 70.1 s 0.4 1/2- 01 ß -=100
83Br -79009 4 2.40 h 0.02 3/2- 01 ß -=100
83Brm -75940 4 3068.8 0.6 700 ns 100 (19/2-) 01 IT=100
83Kr -79981.7 2.8 STABLE 9/2+ 01 IS=11.49 6
83Krm -79972.3 2.8 9.4053 0.0008 154.4 ns 1.1 7/2+ 01 IT=100
83Krn -79940.1 2.8 41.5569 0.0010 1.83 h 0.02 1/2- 01 IT=100
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83Rb -79075 6 86.2 d 0.1 5/2- 01 e =100
83Rbm -79033 6 42.11 0.04 7.8 ms 0.7 9/2+ 01 68Et01 T IT=100
83Sr -76795 10 32.41 h 0.03 7/2+ 01 ß +=100
83Srm -76536 10 259.15 0.09 4.95 s 0.12 1/2- 01 IT=100
83Y -72330 40 7.08 m 0.06 9/2+ 01 92Bu10 J ß +=100
83Ym -72270 40 61.98 0.11 2.85 m 0.02 (3/2-) 01 ß +=60 5; IT=40 5
83Zr -66460 100 41.6 s 2.4 1/2-# 01 ß +=100; ß +p=?
83Zrm -66410 100 52.72 0.05 530 ns 0.12 (5/2-) 01 IT=100
83Zrn non existent RN 8 s 1 high 01 87Ra06 I ß +=100; ß +p=? *
83Nb -58960 310 4.1 s 0.3 (5/2+) 01 ß +=100
83Mo -47750# 500# 23 ms 19 3/2-# 01 01Ki13 TD ß +=100; ß +p ?
*83Zrn D : 6(4)% of total ß +p go to first excited state in 82Sr **
*83Zrn I : misassigned: absence of radiations suggests no isomer with E>18 keV **
84Ga -44110# 400# 85 ms 10 97 ß -=100; ß -n=70 15
84Ge -58250# 300# 954 ms 14 0+ 97 93Ru01 T ß -=100; ß -n=10.8 6 *
84As -66080# 300# * 4.02 s 0.03 (3)(+#) 97 93Ru01 T ß -=100; ß -n=0.28 4
84Asm -66080# 320# 0# 100# * 650 ms 150 97 ß -=100
84Se -75952 15 3.1 m 0.1 0+ 97 ß -=100
84Br -77799 15 31.80 m 0.08 2- 97 ß -=100
84Brm -77460 100 340 100 BD 6.0 m 0.2 (6-) 97 ß -=100
84Brn -77391 15 408.2 0.4 300 ns) 3/2-# 97 97Be70 I ß – ?
85Ge -53070# 400# 540 ms 50 5/2+# 97 ß -=100; ß -n=14 3
85As -63320# 200# 2.021 s 0.010 3/2-# 97 ß -=100; ß -n=59.4 24
85Se -72428 30 31.7 s 0.9 5/2+# 97 ß -=100
85Br -78610 19 2.90 m 0.06 3/2- 91 ß -=100
85Kr -81480.3 1.9 10.776 y 0.003 9/2+ 91 02Un02 T ß -=100
85Krm -81175.4 1.9 304.871 0.020 4.480 h 0.008 1/2- 91 ß -=78.6 4; IT=21.4 4
85Krn -79488.5 2.3 1991.8 1.3 1.6 µs 0.7 (17/2+) 91 IT=100
85Rb -82167.331 0.011 STABLE 5/2- 91 IS=72.17 2
85Sr -81102.6 2.8 64.853 d 0.008 9/2+ 91 02Un02 T e =100
85Srm -80863.9 2.8 238.66 0.06 67.63 m 0.04 1/2- 91 IT=86.6 4; ß +=13.4 4
85Y -77842 19 2.68 h 0.05 (1/2)- 94 ß +=100
85Ym -77822 19 19.8 0.5 4.86 h 0.13 9/2+ 94 ß +˜100; IT8
85Nb -67150 220 20.9 s 0.7 (9/2+) 91 ß +=100
85Nbm -66390 220 759.0 1.0 12 s 5 (1/2-) 91 98Oi.A ETJ ß +=100
85Mo -59100# 280# 3.2 s 0.2 1/2-# 97 97Hu15 TD ß +=100; ß +p=?
85Tc -47670# 400# < 110 ns 1/2-# 00We.A I p ?; ß + ?; ß +p ? *
*85Tc I : also 99Ja02300 ns) 01 97Be70 I ß – ?
86Ge -49840# 500# 300# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 01 94Be24 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
86As -59150# 300# 945 ms 8 01 ß -=100; ß -n=33 4
86Se -70541 16 15.3 s 0.9 0+ 01 ß -=100
86Br -75640 11 55.1 s 0.4 (2-) 01 ß -=100
86Kr -83265.57 0.10 STABLE 0+ 01 IS=17.30 22; 2ß – ?
86Rb -82747.02 0.20 18.642 d 0.018 2- 01 ß -˜100; e =0.0052 5
86Rbm -82190.97 0.27 556.05 0.18 1.017 m 0.003 6- 01 IT˜100; ß -300 ns) 5/2+# 02 97Be70 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
87As -55980# 300# 610 ms 120 3/2-# 02 93Ru01 T ß -=100; ß -n=15.4 22 *
87Se -66580 40 5.50 s 0.12 5/2+# 02 ß -=100; ß -n=0.20 4
87Br -73857 18 55.65 s 0.13 3/2- 02 ß -=100; ß -n=2.60 4
87Kr -80709.43 0.27 76.3 m 0.5 5/2+ 02 ß -=100
87Rb -84597.795 0.012 49.23 Gy 0.22 3/2- 02 82Mi14 T IS=27.83 2; ß -=100 *
87Sr -84880.4 1.1 STABLE 9/2+ 02 IS=7.00 1
87Srm -84491.9 1.1 388.533 0.003 2.815 h 0.012 1/2- 02 IT˜100; e =0.30 8
87Y -83018.7 1.6 79.8 h 0.3 1/2- 02 ß +=100
87Ym -82637.9 1.6 380.82 0.07 13.37 h 0.03 9/2+ 02 IT=98.43 10; ß +=1.57 10
87Zr -79348 8 1.68 h 0.01 (9/2)+ 02 ß +=100
87Zrm -79012 8 335.84 0.19 14.0 s 0.2 (1/2)- 02 IT=100
87Nb -74180 60 3.75 m 0.09 (1/2-) 02 ß +=100
87Nbm -74180 60 3.84 0.14 2.6 m 0.1 9/2+# 02 ß +=100
87Mo -67690 220 14.05 s 0.23 7/2+# 02 97Hu07 TD ß +=100; ß +p=15 5 *
87Tc -59120# 300# * 2.18 s 0.16 1/2-# 02 00We.A TD ß +=100; ß +p ?
87Tcm -59100# 310# 20# 60# * 2# s 9/2+# ß + ?; IT ?
87Ru -47340# 600# 50# ms (>1.5µs) 1/2-# 02 95Ry03 I ß + ?
*87As T : unweighed average 93Ru01=485(40) 78Cr03=730(60) (Birge ratio B=3.4) **
*87Rb T : average 82Mi14=49.44(0.28) 74Ne14=48.8(0.8) 77Da22=48.9(0.4) obtained by **
*87Rb T : three methods, respectively: geochronology, decay counting, chemical **
*87Rb T : 77Da22 supersedes 66Mc12=47.2(0.4) using the same material **
*87Mo T : average 97Hu07=13.6(1.1) 91Mi15=14.5(0.3) 83Ha06=13.3(0.4) **
*87Mo D : average 97Hu07=15(6)% (through 3 levels) 83Ha06=15(8)% first 2+ state **
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Nuclide Mass excess Excitation Half-life Jp Ens Reference Decay modes and
(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
88Ge -40140# 700# 80# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 97 97Be70 I ß – ?
88As -51290# 500# 300# ms (>300 ns) 97 94Be24 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
88Se -63880 50 1.53 s 0.06 0+ 97 ß -=100; ß -n=0.99 10
88Br -70730 40 16.36 s 0.07 (2-,1+) 98 93Ru01 T ß -=100; ß -n=6.58 18 *
88Brm -70460 40 272.7 0.3 5.4 µs 0.7 98 IT=100
88Kr -79692 13 2.84 h 0.03 0+ 88 ß -=100
88Rb -82609.00 0.16 17.78 m 0.11 2- 88 ß -=100
88Sr -87921.7 1.1 STABLE 0+ 88 IS=82.58 1
88Y -84299.1 1.9 106.65 d 0.04 4- 88 ß +=100
88Ym -83624.6 1.9 674.55 0.04 13.9 ms 0.2 (8)+ 88 IT=100
88Yn -83906.2 1.9 392.86 0.09 300 µs 3 1+ 88
88Zr -83623 10 83.4 d 0.3 0+ 88 e =100
88Nb -76070 100 * 14.5 m 0.1 (8+) 88 ß +=100
88Nbm -76030 100 40 140 BD * 7.8 m 0.1 (4-) 88 ß +=100
88Mo -72700 20 8.0 m 0.2 0+ 97 ß +=100
88Tc -62710# 200# * 5.8 s 0.2 (2,3) 97 ß +=100
88Tcm -62710# 360# 0# 300# * 6.4 s 0.8 (6,7,8) 97 ß +=100
88Ru -55650# 400# 1.3 s 0.3 0+ 97 01Ki13 TD ß +=100; ß +p ?
*88Br T : average 93Ru01=16.34(0.08) 74Gr29=16.5(0.2) J : systematics prefers (2-) **
89Ge -33690# 900# 50# ms (>300 ns) 3/2+# 98 97Be70 I ß – ?
89As -47140# 500# 200# ms (>300 ns) 3/2-# 98 94Be24 I ß – ?
89Se -59200# 300# 410 ms 40 5/2+# 98 ß -=100; ß -n=7.8 25
89Br -68570 60 4.40 s 0.03 (3/2-,5/2-) 98 ß -=100; ß -n=13.8 4 *
89Kr -76730 50 3.15 m 0.04 3/2(+#) 98 95Ke04 J ß -=100
89Rb -81713 5 15.15 m 0.12 3/2- 98 ß -=100
89Sr -86209.1 1.1 50.53 d 0.07 5/2+ 98 ß -=100
89Y -87701.7 2.6 STABLE 1/2- 98 IS=100.
89Ym -86792.7 2.6 908.97 0.03 15.663 s 0.005 9/2+ 98 94It.A T IT=100
89Zr -84869 4 78.41 h 0.12 9/2+ 98 ß +=100
89Zrm -84281 4 587.82 0.10 4.161 m 0.017 1/2- 98 IT=93.77 12; . . . *
89Nb -80650 27 * 2.03 h 0.07 (9/2+) 98 ß +=100
89Nbm -80650# 40# 0# 30# * 1.10 h 0.03 (1/2)- 98 ß +=100
89Mo -75004 15 2.11 m 0.10 (9/2+) 98 ß +=100
89Mom -74617 15 387.5 0.2 190 ms 15 (1/2-) 98 IT=100
89Tc -67840# 200# 12.8 s 0.9 (9/2+) 98 ß +=100
89Tcm -67780# 200# 62.6 0.5 12.9 s 0.8 (1/2-) 98 ß +˜100; IT1.5µs) 7/2+# 98 95Ry03 I ß + ? *
*89Br T : ENSDF averages 8 values. Also 93Ru01=4.348(0.022) **
*89Zrm D : . . . ; ß +=6.23 12 **
*89Ru T : average 00We.A=1.45(0.13) 99Li33=1.2(0.2); same group 01Ki13=1.5(0.2) **
*89Rh I : unobserved in 00We.A, at detection limit **
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Nuclide Mass excess Excitation Half-life Jp Ens Reference Decay modes and
(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
90As -41450# 800# 80# ms (>300 ns) 97Be70 I ß – ?
90Se -55930# 400# 300# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 94Be24 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
90Br -64620 80 1.910 s 0.010 98 93Ru01 T ß -=100; ß -n=25.2 9 *
90Kr -74970 19 32.32 s 0.09 0+ 98 ß -=100
90Rb -79362 7 158 s 5 0- 98 ß -=100
90Rbm -79255 7 106.90 0.03 258 s 4 3- 98 ß -=97.4 4; IT=2.6 4
90Rbx -79291 14 71 12 R = 2 1 fsmix
90Sr -85941.6 2.9 28.79 y 0.06 0+ 98 ß -=100
90Y -86487.5 2.6 64.00 h 0.21 2- 98 ß -=100
90Ym -85805.8 2.6 681.67 0.10 3.19 h 0.06 7+ 98 IT˜100; ß -=0.0018 2
90Zr -88767.3 2.4 STABLE 0+ 98 IS=51.45 40
90Zrm -86448.3 2.4 2319.000 0.010 809.2 ms 2.0 5- 98 IT=100
90Zrn -85177.9 2.4 3589.419 0.016 131 ns 4 8+ 98 IT=100
90Nb -82656 5 14.60 h 0.05 8+ 98 ß +=100
90Nbm -82534 5 122.370 0.022 63 µs 2 6+ 98 IT=100
90Nbn -82531 5 124.67 0.25 18.81 s 0.06 4- 98 IT=100
90Nbp -82485 5 171.10 0.10 300 ns) 3/2-# 99 97Be70 I ß – ?
91Se -50340# 500# 270 ms 50 1/2+# 99 ß -=100; ß -n=21 10
91Br -61510 70 541 ms 5 3/2-# 99 ß -=100; ß -n=20 3
91Kr -71310 60 8.57 s 0.04 5/2(+) 01 ß -=100
91Rb -77745 8 58.4 s 0.4 3/2(-) 99 ß -=100
91Sr -83645 5 9.63 h 0.05 5/2+ 01 ß -=100
91Srx -83599 11 47 11 R = 6 mix
91Y -86345.0 2.9 58.51 d 0.06 1/2- 99 ß -=100
91Ym -85789.4 2.9 555.58 0.05 49.71 m 0.04 9/2+ 99 IT>98.5; ß -99; IT1.5µs) 7/2+# 99 95Ry03 I ß + ?
*91Nbm D : . . . ; e+=0.0028 2 **
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Nuclide Mass excess Excitation Half-life Jp Ens Reference Decay modes and
(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
92As -30930# 900# 30# ms (>300 ns) 01 97Be70 I ß – ?
92Se -46650# 600# 100# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 01 97Be70 I ß – ?
92Br -56580 50 343 ms 15 (2-) 01 ß -=100; ß -n=33.1 25
92Kr -68785 12 1.840 s 0.008 0+ 01 ß -=100; ß -n=0.0332 25
92Rb -74772 6 4.492 s 0.020 0- 01 ß -=100; ß -n=0.0107 5
92Sr -82868 3 2.66 h 0.04 0+ 03 ß -=100
92Y -84813 9 3.54 h 0.01 2- 01 ß -=100
92Zr -88453.9 2.3 STABLE 0+ 01 IS=17.15 8
92Nb -86448.3 2.8 34.7 My 2.4 (7)+ 01 ß +˜100; ß -190 Ey) 0+ 01 97Ba35 T IS=14.84 35; 2ß + ? *
92Mom -84045 4 2760.46 0.16 190 ns 3 8+ 01 IT=100
92Tc -78935 26 4.25 m 0.15 (8)+ 01 ß +=100
92Tcm -78665 26 270.15 0.11 1.03 µs 0.07 (4+) 01 IT=100
92Ru -74410# 300# 3.65 m 0.05 0+ 01 ß +=100
92Rh -63360# 400# 4.3 s 1.3 (6+) 01 01Xu05 TJD ß +=100; ß +p=? *
92Pd -55500# 500# 1.1 s 0.3 0+ 01 01Ki13 TD ß +=100; ß +p ?
*92Mo T : T>190 Ey (2s ) **
*92Rh T : unweighed average 01Xu05=3.0(0.8) 01Ki13=5.6(0.5) (Birge ratio B=2.76) **
*92Rh J : from 97Ka07; 01Xu05>4 **
93Se -40720# 800# 50# ms (>300 ns) 1/2+# 97 97Be70 I ß – ?
93Br -53050# 300# 102 ms 10 3/2-# 01 ß -=100; ß -n=68 7
93Kr -64020 100 1.286 s 0.010 1/2+ 01 ß -=100; ß -n=1.95 11
93Rb -72618 8 5.84 s 0.02 5/2- 97 ß -=100; ß -n=1.39 7
93Rbm -72365 8 253.38 0.03 57 µs 15 (3/2-,5/2-) 97 IT=100
93Sr -80085 8 7.423 m 0.024 5/2+ 97 ß -=100
93Y -84223 11 10.18 h 0.08 1/2- 97 ß -=100
93Ym -83464 11 758.719 0.021 820 ms 40 7/2+ 97 IT=100
93Zr -87117.0 2.3 1.53 My 0.10 5/2+ 97 ß -=100
93Nb -87208.3 2.4 STABLE 9/2+ 97 IS=100.
93Nbm -87177.5 2.4 30.77 0.02 16.13 y 0.14 1/2- 97 IT=100
93Mo -86803 4 4.0 ky 0.8 5/2+ 97 e =100
93Mom -84378 4 2424.89 0.03 6.85 h 0.07 21/2+ 97 IT˜100; ß +=0.12 1
93Tc -83603 4 2.75 h 0.05 9/2+ 01 ß +=100
93Tcm -83211 4 391.84 0.08 43.5 m 1.0 1/2- 01 IT=76.6 11; ß +=23.4 11
93Tcn -81418 4 2185.16 0.15 10.2 µs 0.3 (17/2)- 01
93Ru -77270 90 59.7 s 0.6 (9/2)+ 97 ß +=100
93Rum -76540 90 734.40 0.10 10.8 s 0.3 (1/2)- 97 83Ay01 D ß +=78.0 23; . . . *
93Run -75190 90 2082.6 0.9 2.20 µs 0.17 (21/2)+ 97 IT=100
93Rh -69170# 400# 13.9 s 1.6 9/2+# 01 01Ki13 TD ß +=100; ß +p ?
93Pd -59700# 400# 1.07 s 0.12 (9/2+) 01 01Ki13 TJD ß +=100; ß +p=? *
93Ag -46780# 600# 5# ms (>1.5µs) 9/2+# 97 95Ry03 I p ?; ß + ? *
*93Rum D : . . . ; IT=22.0 23; ß +p=0.027 5 **
*93Pd T : average 01Ki13=1000(200) 01Xu05=1300(200) 00Sc31=900(200) D : ß +p=1.7# **
*93Ag I : the few events reported in 94He28 are not trusted by NUBASE **
*93Ag T : estimated half-life is for ß + decay; p-decay would be much shorter **
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Nuclide Mass excess Excitation Half-life Jp Ens Reference Decay modes and
(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
94Se -36800# 800# 20# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 97 97Be70 I ß – ?
94Br -47800# 400# 70 ms 20 92 ß -=100; ß -n=70 15
94Kr -61140# 300# 210 ms 4 0+ 01 03Be05 TD ß -=100; ß -n=1.11 7 *
94Rb -68553 8 2.702 s 0.005 3(-) 92 93Ru01 D ß -=100; ß -n=10.01 23
94Sr -78840 7 75.3 s 0.2 0+ 92 ß -=100
94Y -82348 7 18.7 m 0.1 2- 92 ß -=100
94Zr -87266.8 2.4 STABLE (>110 Py) 0+ 92 99Ar25 T IS=17.38 28; 2ß – ?
94Nb -86364.5 2.4 20.3 ky 1.6 (6)+ 92 ß -=100
94Nbm -86323.6 2.4 40.902 0.012 6.263 m 0.004 3+ 92 IT=99.50 6; ß -=0.50 6
94Mo -88409.7 1.9 STABLE 0+ 97 IS=9.25 12
94Tc -84154 4 293 m 1 7+ 92 ß +=100
94Tcm -84079 4 75.5 1.9 52.0 m 1.0 (2)+ 92 ß +˜100; IT300 ns) 3/2-# 97 97Be70 I ß – ?
95Kr -56040# 400# 114 ms 3 1/2(+) 95 03Be05 TD ß -=100; ß -n=2.87 18 *
95Rb -65854 21 377.5 ms 0.8 5/2- 95 ß -=100; ß -n=8.73 20
95Sr -75117 7 23.90 s 0.14 1/2+ 94 ß -=100
95Y -81207 7 10.3 m 0.1 1/2- 94 ß -=100
95Zr -85657.8 2.4 64.032 d 0.006 5/2+ 00 ß -=100
95Nb -86781.9 2.0 34.991 d 0.006 9/2+ 00 ß -=100
95Nbm -86546.2 2.0 235.690 0.020 3.61 d 0.03 1/2- 00 IT=94.4 6; ß -=5.6 6
95Mo -87707.5 1.9 STABLE 5/2+ 00 IS=15.92 13
95Tc -86017 5 20.0 h 0.1 9/2+ 95 ß +=100
95Tcm -85978 5 38.89 0.05 61 d 2 1/2- 95 ß +=96.12 32; IT=3.88 32
95Ru -83450 12 1.643 h 0.014 5/2+ 94 ß +=100
95Rh -78340 150 5.02 m 0.10 (9/2)+ 94 ß +=100
95Rhm -77800 150 543.3 0.3 1.96 m 0.04 (1/2)- 94 IT=88 5; ß +=12 5
95Pd -70150# 400# 10# s 9/2+# 95 97Sc30 TD ß +=100 *
95Pdm -68290 300 1860# 500# 13.3 s 0.3 (21/2+) 95 ß +=?; IT=5#; . . . *
95Ag -60100# 400# 1.74 s 0.13 (9/2+) 95 94Sc35 TJD ß +=100; ß +p=? *
95Agm -59760# 400# 344.2 0.3 < 0.5 s (1/2-) 03Do.1 ETJ IT=100
95Agn -57570# 400# 2531 1 < 16 ms (23/2+) 03Do.1 ETJ IT=100
95Agp -55240# 400# 4859 1 < 40 ms (37/2+) 03Do.1 ETJ IT=100
95Cd -46700# 600# 5# ms 9/2+# ß + ?; ß +p ?
*95Kr J : from 95Ke04 **
*95Pd T : 1.35(0.26) s in 97Sc30, if the 1219.3 keV ? originates from ground-state; **
*95Pd T : 1.7 s < T 300 ns) 97 97Be70 I ß – ?
96Kr -53030# 500# 80 ms 7 0+ 97 03Be05 TD ß -=100; ß -n=3.7 4
96Rb -61225 29 * 203 ms 3 2+ 95 93Ru01 D ß -=100; ß -n=13.4 4 *
96Rbm -61230# 200# 0# 200# * 200# ms (>1 ms) 1(-#) 81Bo30 JI ß – ?; IT ?; ß -n ? *
96Sr -72939 27 1.07 s 0.01 0+ 93 ß -=100
96Y -78347 23 5.34 s 0.05 0- 93 ß -=100
96Ym -77206 21 1140 30 BD 9.6 s 0.2 (8)+ 93 ß -=100
96Zr -85442.8 2.8 24 Ey 6 0+ 98 99Ar25 T IS=2.80 9; 2ß -=100 *
96Nb -85604 4 23.35 h 0.05 6+ 93 ß -=100
96Mo -88790.5 1.9 STABLE 0+ 93 IS=16.68 2
96Tc -85817 5 4.28 d 0.07 7+ 93 ß +=100
96Tcm -85783 5 34.28 0.07 51.5 m 1.0 4+ 93 IT=98.0 5; ß +=2.0 5
96Ru -86072 8 STABLE (>67 Py) 0+ 01 85No03 T IS=5.54 14; 2ß + ?
96Rh -79679 13 9.90 m 0.10 (6+) 93 ß +=100
96Rhm -79627 13 52.0 0.1 1.51 m 0.02 (3+) 93 IT=60 5; ß +=40 5
96Pd -76230 150 122 s 2 0+ 93 ß +=100
96Pdm -73700 150 2530.8 0.1 1.81 µs 0.01 8+ 93 98Gr.B TD IT=100 *
96Ag -64570# 400# * 4.45 s 0.04 (8+) 93 03Ba39 TJ ß +=100; ß +p=9.7 17 *
96Agm -64570# 400# 0# 50# * 6.9 s 0.6 (2+) 03Ba39 TJD ß +=100; ß +p=18 5
96Agn -64570# 400# 700 ns 200 97Gr02 T IT ?
96Cd -56100# 500# 1# s 0+ ß + ?
*96Rb T : ENSDF average of 8 values. There is also 93Ru01=201(1) **
*96Rbm I : non-observation by 81Th04 is not in contradiction with 81Bo30 experiment **
*96Rbm I : existence of this isomer is discussed in ENSDF **
*96Zr T : from 21(+8–4 statistics + 2 systematics); other 93Ka12=39(9) in geochemical **
*96Zr T : experiment, not used: observation of 2ß – decay questionned by 96Ba37 **
*96Pdm T : supersedes 97Gr02=1.7(0.1); other 83Gr01=2.2(0.3) outweighed **
*96Ag T : average 03Ba39=4.40(0.06) 97Sc30=4.50(0.06) **
*96Ag D : average ß +p 97Sc30=11.9(2.6) 82Ku15=8.0(2.3); 96He25=3.7(0.9) not used **
97Br -34650# 800# 10# ms (>300 ns) 3/2-# 97 97Be70 I ß – ?
97Kr -47920# 500# 63 ms 4 3/2+# 03Be05 TD ß -=100; ß -n=6.7 6
97Rb -58360 30 169.9 ms 0.7 3/2+ 93 93Ru01 D ß -=100; ß -n=25.7 8
97Sr -68788 19 429 ms 5 1/2+ 93 ß -=100; ß -n99.3; IT<0.7; . . . *
97Yn -72735 12 3523.3 0.4 142 ms 8 (27/2-) 93 IT=80; ß -=20
97Zr -82946.6 2.8 16.90 h 0.05 1/2+ 93 ß -=100
97Nb -85605.6 2.6 72.1 m 0.7 9/2+ 93 ß -=100
97Nbm -84862.3 2.6 743.35 0.03 52.7 s 1.8 1/2- 93 IT=100
97Mo -87540.4 1.9 STABLE 5/2+ 93 IS=9.55 8
97Tc -87220 5 2.6 My 0.4 9/2+ 93 e =100
97Tcm -87123 5 96.56 0.06 90.1 d 1.0 1/2- 93 IT˜100; e<0.34
97Ru -86112 8 2.9 d 0.1 5/2+ 93 ß +=100
97Rh -82590 40 30.7 m 0.6 9/2+ 93 ß +=100
97Rhm -82330 40 258.85 0.17 46.2 m 1.6 1/2- 93 ß +=94.4 6; IT=5.6 6
97Pd -77800 300 3.10 m 0.09 5/2+# 01 ß +=100
97Ag -70820 320 25.3 s 0.3 (9/2+) 93 97Sc30 T ß +=100
97Agm -68480 320 2343 49 5 ns (21/2+)
97Cd -60600# 400# 2.8 s 0.6 9/2+# 93 97Sc30 T ß +=100; ß +p=?
97In -47000# 600# 5# ms 9/2+# p?; ß + ? *
*97Ym D : . . . ; ß -n100 Ty) 0+ 03 52Fr23 T IS=24.13 31; 2ß – ? *
98Tc -86428 4 4.2 My 0.3 (6)+ 03 ß -=100; ß +=0
98Tcm -86337 4 90.76 0.16 14.7 µs 3 (2)- 03 IT=100
98Ru -88224 6 STABLE 0+ 03 IS=1.87 3
98Rh -83175 12 * 8.72 m 0.12 (2)+ 03 ß +=100
98Rhm -83120# 50# 60# 50# * 3.6 m 0.2 (5+) 03 IT=89 5; ß +=11 5
98Pd -81300 21 17.7 m 0.3 0+ 03 ß +=100
98Ag -73060 70 47.5 s 0.3 (5+) 03 ABBW03 J ß +=100; ß +p=0.0012 5 *
98Agm -72890 70 167.83 0.15 220 ns 20 (3+) 03 98Gr.B ETD IT=100
98Cd -67630 80 9.2 s 0.3 0+ 03 ß +=100; ß +p<0.025
98Cdm -65200 80 2427.5 0.6 190 ns 20 8+# 98 98Gr.B TD IT=100 *
98In -53900# 200# * 45 ms 23 0+# 03 01Ki13 TD ß +=100; ß +p ?
98Inm -53900# 540# 0# 500# * 1.7 s 0.8 03 01Ki13 TD ß +=100; ß +p ?
*98Rb D : . . . ; ß -2n=0.051 7 **
*98Ym D : . . . ; ß -n=3.4 10 **
*98Ym J : 94St31=(5+) 95Ha.B=(4-) **
*98Mo T : limit given here is for 0? -2ß – decay (theoretically faster, see text) **
*98Ag J : (5+) with experimental basis preferred to (6+), see discussion in ENSDF **
*98Cdm T : supersedes 97Gr02=200(+300–170); other 97Go18=480(160) outweighed **
99Kr -39500# 600# 40 ms 11 3/2+# 97 03Be05 TD ß -=100; ß -n=11 7
99Rb -50880 130 50.3 ms 0.7 (5/2+) 98 ß -=100; ß -n=15.9 20
99Sr -62190 80 269 ms 1 3/2+ 95 ß -=100; ß -n=0.100 19
99Y -70201 24 1.470 s 0.007 (5/2+) 95 ß -=100; ß -n=1.9 4
99Ym -68059 24 2141.65 0.19 8.6 µs 0.8 (17/2+) 95 IT=100
99Zr -77768 20 2.1 s 0.1 1/2+ 95 02Ca37 J ß -=100
99Nb -82327 13 15.0 s 0.2 9/2+ 95 ß -=100
99Nbm -81962 13 365.29 0.14 2.6 m 0.2 1/2- 95 ß -=?; IT<3.8
99Mo -85965.8 1.9 65.94 h 0.01 1/2+ 95 ß -=100
99Mom -85868.0 1.9 97.785 0.003 15.5 µs 0.2 5/2+ 95 IT=100
99Tc -87323.1 2.0 211.1 ky 1.2 9/2+ 01 ß -=100
99Tcm -87180.4 2.0 142.6832 0.0011 6.015 h 0.009 1/2- 01 IT˜100; ß -=0.0037 6
99Ru -87617.0 2.0 STABLE 5/2+ 95 IS=12.76 14
99Rh -85574 7 16.1 d 0.2 (1/2-) 95 ß +=100
99Rhm -85510 7 64.3 0.4 4.7 h 0.1 9/2+ 95 ß +˜100; IT<0.16
99Pd -82188 15 21.4 m 0.2 (5/2)+ 95 ß +=100
99Ag -76760 150 124 s 3 (9/2)+ 95 ß +=100
99Agm -76250 150 506.1 0.4 10.5 s 0.5 (1/2-) 95 IT=100
99Cd -69850# 210# 16 s 3 (5/2+) 95 ß +=100; ß +p=0.21 8;… *
99In -61270# 400# 3.1 s 0.8 9/2+# 97 01Ki13 TD ß +=100; ß +p ?
99Inm -60870# 430# 400# 150# 1# s 1/2-# ß + ?; IT ?
99Sn -47200# 600# 5# ms 9/2+# ß + ?; ß +p ? *
99Snm -46800# 610# 400# 100# 1/2-#
*99Cd D : . . . ; ß +a300 ns) 0+ 97 97Be70 I ß – ?
100Rb -46700# 300# 51 ms 8 (3+) 97 93Ru01 D ß -=100; ß -n=5.6 12;… *
100Sr -60220 130 202 ms 3 0+ 97 ß -=100; ß -n=0.78 13
100Y -67290 80 * 735 ms 7 1-,2- 97 ß -=100; ß -n=0.92 8
100Ym -67090# 220# 200# 200# * 940 ms 30 (3,4,5)+# 97 ß -=100
100Zr -76600 40 7.1 s 0.4 0+ 97 ß -=100
100Nb -79939 26 1.5 s 0.2 1+ 97 ß -=100
100Nbm -79471 28 470 40 BD 2.99 s 0.11 (4+,5+) 97 ß -=100
100Mo -86184 6 8.5 Ey 0.5 0+ 97 97Al02 T IS=9.63 23; 2ß -=100 *
100Tc -86016.2 2.2 15.8 s 0.1 1+ 97 ß -˜100; e =0.0018 9
100Tcm -85815.5 2.2 200.67 0.04 8.32 µs 0.14 (4)+ 97
100Tcn -85772.2 2.2 243.96 0.04 3.2 µs 0.2 (6)+ 97
100Ru -89219.0 2.0 STABLE 0+ 97 IS=12.60 7
100Rh -85584 18 20.8 h 0.1 1- 97 ß +=100
100Rhm -85476 18 107.6 0.2 4.6 m 0.2 (5+) 97 IT˜98.3; ß +˜1.7
100Pd -85226 11 3.63 d 0.09 0+ 97 e =100
100Ag -78150 80 2.01 m 0.09 (5)+ 97 ß +=100
100Agm -78130 80 15.52 0.16 2.24 m 0.13 (2)+ 97 ß +=?; IT ?
100Cd -74250 100 49.1 s 0.5 0+ 97 ß +=100
100Cdm -71700 100 2548.6 0.5 60 ns 3 (8)+ 97 IT=100
100In -64170 250 5.9 s 0.2 (6,7)+ 97 02Pl03 TJ ß +=100; ß +p>3.9 *
100Sn -56780 710 1.1 s 0.4 0+ 97 ß +=100; ß +p<17 *
*100Rb D : . . . ; ß -2n=0.15 5 **
*100Rb T : ENSDF average of 3 values. See also 53(2) of 85Pf.A J : from 95Pf04 **
*100Rb D : ß -2n intensity is derived from ß -2n/ß -n=0.027(7), in 81Jo.A **
*100Mo T : average 97Al02=7.6(+2.2–1.4) 97De40=6.82(+0.38–0.53 statistics + 0.68 systematics) **
*100Mo T : 95Da37=9.5(0.9) 91Ej02=11.5(+3–2) and 91El04=11.6(+3.4–0.8) **
*100In T : others: 95Sz01=6.1(0.9) 95Fa.A=6.3(+1.0–.9); 95Fa.A supersedes 95Sc33=7.8(.8) **
*100Sn D : from 97Su06 ß +p/ß +300 ns) 01 97Be70 I ß – ?
103Y -58940# 300# 224 ms 19 5/2+# 01 96Me09 T ß -=100; ß -n=8 3 *
103Zr -68370 110 1.3 s 0.1 (5/2-) 01 ß -=100
103Nb -75320 70 1.5 s 0.2 (5/2+) 01 ß -=100
103Mo -80850 60 67.5 s 1.5 (3/2+) 01 ß -=100
103Tc -84597 10 54.2 s 0.8 5/2+ 01 ß -=100
103Ru -87258.8 2.0 39.26 d 0.02 3/2+ 01 ß -=100
103Rum -87020.6 2.1 238.2 0.7 1.69 ms 0.07 11/2- 01 IT=100
103Rh -88022.2 2.8 STABLE 1/2- 01 IS=100.
103Rhm -87982.4 2.8 39.756 0.006 56.114 m 0.009 7/2+ 01 IT=100
103Pd -87479.1 2.9 16.991 d 0.019 5/2+ 01 e =100
103Pdm -86694.3 2.9 784.79 0.10 25 ns 2 11/2- 01 IT=100
103Ag -84791 17 65.7 m 0.7 7/2+ 01 ß +=100
103Agm -84657 17 134.45 0.04 5.7 s 0.3 1/2- 01 IT=100
103Cd -80649 15 7.3 m 0.1 5/2+ 01 ß +=100
103In -74599 25 60 s 1 9/2+# 01 97Sz04 T ß +=100
103Inm -73967 25 631.7 0.1 34 s 2 1/2-# 01 97Sz04 ETD ß +=67; IT=33
103Sn -66970# 300# 7 s 3 5/2+# 01 ß +=100; ß +p=?
103Sb -56180# 300# 100# ms (>1.5µs) 5/2+# 01 95Ry03 I ß + ?
*103Y T : average 96Me09=230(20) 96Lh04=190(50) **
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104Sr -44400# 700# 30# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 00 97Be70 I ß – ?
104Y -54910# 400# 180 ms 60 00 99Wa09 D ß -=100; ß -n=?
104Zr -66340# 400# 1.2 s 0.3 0+ 00 ß -=100
104Nb -72220 100 * 4.9 s 0.3 (1+) 00 ß -=100; ß -n=0.06 3 *
104Nbm -72010 100 220 120 BD * 940 ms 40 high 00 ß -=100; ß -n=0.05 3
104Mo -80330 50 60 s 2 0+ 00 ß -=100
104Tc -82490 50 18.3 m 0.3 3+# 00 ß -=100
104Tcm -82420 50 69.7 0.2 3.5 µs 0.3 2(+) 00 IT=100
104Ru -88089 3 STABLE 0+ 00 IS=18.62 27; 2ß – ?
104Rh -86949.8 2.8 42.3 s 0.4 1+ 00 ß -˜100; ß +=0.45 10
104Rhm -86820.8 2.8 128.967 0.004 4.34 m 0.03 5+ 00 IT˜100; ß -=0.13 1
104Pd -89390 4 STABLE 0+ 00 IS=11.14 8
104Ag -85111 6 69.2 m 1.0 5+ 00 ß +=100
104Agm -85104 6 6.9 0.4 33.5 m 2.0 2+ 00 ß +˜100; IT<0.07
104Cd -83975 9 57.7 m 1.0 0+ 00 ß +=100
104In -76110 80 1.80 m 0.03 5,6(+) 00 ß +=100
104Inm -76020 80 93.48 0.10 15.7 s 0.5 (3+) 00 IT=80; ß +=20
104Sn -71590 100 20.8 s 0.5 0+ 00 ß +=100
104Sb -59180# 360# 470 ms 130 00 95Fa.A D ß +=?; ß +p<7; p<7; a ? *
*104Nb D : ß -n=0.71% of 83En03, at variance, not used **
*104Sb D : 95Fa.A supersedes 95Sc28 p300 ns) 97 97Be70 I ß – ?
105Y -51350# 500# 60# ms (>300 ns) 5/2+# 97 94Be24 I ß – ?
105Zr -62360# 400# 600 ms 100 97 ß -=100; ß -n ?
105Nb -70850 100 2.95 s 0.06 5/2+# 94 96Me09 D ß -=100; ß -n=1.7 9
105Mo -77340 70 35.6 s 1.6 (5/2-) 93 ß -=100
105Tc -82290 60 7.6 m 0.1 (3/2-) 93 ß -=100
105Ru -85928 3 4.44 h 0.02 3/2+ 93 ß -=100
105Rh -87846 4 35.36 h 0.06 7/2+ 93 ß -=100
105Rhm -87716 4 129.781 0.004 45 s 1/2- 93 IT=100 *
105Pd -88413 4 STABLE 5/2+ 93 IS=22.33 8
105Ag -87068 11 41.29 d 0.07 1/2- 93 ß +=100
105Agm -87043 11 25.465 0.012 7.23 m 0.16 7/2+ 93 IT˜100; ß +=0.34 7
105Cd -84330 12 55.5 m 0.4 5/2+ 93 ß +=100
105In -79481 17 5.07 m 0.07 9/2+ 93 87Eb02 J ß +=100
105Inm -78807 17 674.1 0.3 48 s 6 (1/2)- 93 IT=?; ß +=25#
105Sn -73260 80 34 s 1 (5/2+) 93 95Pf01 T ß +=100; ß +p=? *
105Sb -63820 100 1.12 s 0.16 (5/2+) 02 ß + ?; p˜1; ß +p ?
105Te -52500# 500# 1# µs 5/2+# a ?; ß + ? *
*105Rhm T : no error given; other value: 30 s (see ENSDF: remeasurement recommended) **
*105Sn J : from 85De08 **
*105Te I : the 3 events reported in 95Ry03 are not trusted by NUBASE **
106Y -46770# 700# 50# ms (>300 ns) 97 97Be70 I ß – ?
106Zr -59700# 500# 200# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 97 94Be24 I ß – ? *
106Nb -67100# 200# 920 ms 40 2+# 94 96Me09 TD ß -=100; ß -n=4.5 3 *
106Mo -76255 18 8.73 s 0.12 0+ 94 95Jo02 T ß -=100
106Tc -79775 13 35.6 s 0.6 (1,2) 94 ß -=100
106Ru -86322 8 373.59 d 0.15 0+ 94 ß -=100
106Rh -86361 8 29.80 s 0.08 1+ 94 ß -=100
106Rhm -86225 11 136 12 BD 131 m 2 (6)+ 94 ß -=100
106Pd -89902 4 STABLE 0+ 94 IS=27.33 3
106Ag -86937 5 23.96 m 0.04 1+ 94 ß +=?; ß -˜0.5
106Agm -86847 5 89.66 0.07 8.28 d 0.02 6+ 94 ß +=100; IT=4.2e–6
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. . . A-group continued . . .
106Cd -87132 6 STABLE (>410 Ey) 0+ 94 02Tr04 T IS=1.25 6; 2ß + ?
106In -80606 12 6.2 m 0.1 7+ 94 ß +=100
106Inm -80577 12 28.6 0.3 5.2 m 0.1 (3+) 94 ß +=100
106Sn -77430 50 1.92 m 0.08 0+ 94 ß +=100
106Sb -66330# 310# 600 ms 200 (4+) 97 94Se01 J ß +=100 *
106Sbm -65330# 590# 1000# 500# 220 ns 20 98Li50 T IT=100
106Te -58210 130 70 µs 20 0+ 94 94Pa11 T a=100 *
*106Zr I : and T>240 ns in 97So07 **
*106Nb T : average 96Me09=900(20) 83Sh06=1020(50) **
*106Sb T : from 95Le.C, Fig. 4, preliminary **
*106Te T : average 94Pa11=60(+40–20) 81Sc17=60(+30–10) **
107Y -42720# 500# 30# ms (>300 ns) 5/2+# 00 97Be70 I ß – ?
107Zr -55190# 300# 150# ms (>300 ns) 00 94Be24 I ß – ? *
107Nb -64920# 400# 300 ms 9 5/2+# 00 96Me09 TD ß -=100; ß -n=6.0 15 *
107Mo -72940 160 3.5 s 0.5 (7/2-) 00 ß -=100
107Mom -72870 160 66.3 0.2 470 ns 30 (5/2-) 00 IT=100
107Tc -79100 150 21.2 s 0.2 (3/2-) 00 ß -=100
107Tcm -79030 150 65.7 1.0 184 ns 3 (5/2-) 00 IT=100
107Ru -83920 120 3.75 m 0.05 (5/2)+ 00 ß -=100
107Rh -86863 12 21.7 m 0.4 7/2+ 00 ß -=100
107Rhm -86595 12 268.36 0.04 > 10 µs 1/2- 00 IT=100
107Pd -88368 4 6.5 My 0.3 5/2+ 00 ß -=100
107Pdm -88153 4 214.6 0.3 21.3 s 0.5 11/2- 00 IT=100
107Ag -88402 4 STABLE 1/2- 00 IS=51.839 8
107Agm -88309 4 93.125 0.019 44.3 s 0.2 7/2+ 00 IT=100
107Cd -86985 6 6.50 h 0.02 5/2+ 00 ß +=100
107In -83560 11 32.4 m 0.3 9/2+ 00 ß +=100
107Inm -82882 11 678.5 0.3 50.4 s 0.6 1/2- 00 IT=100
107Sn -78580 80 2.90 m 0.05 (5/2+) 00 ß +=100
107Sb -70650# 300# 4.6 s 0.8 5/2+# 00 ß +=100
107Te -60540# 300# 3.1 ms 0.1 5/2+# 00 a=70 30; ß +=30 30
*107Zr I : and T>240 ns in 97So07 **
*107Nb T : average 96Me09=300(30) 91Hi02=300(10) **
108Y -37740# 800# 20# ms (>300 ns) 00 95Cz.A I ß – ?; ß -n ?
108Zr -52200# 600# 80# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 00 97Be70 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
108Nb -60700# 300# 193 ms 17 (2+) 00 ß -=100; ß -n=6.2 5
108Mo -71300# 200# 1.09 s 0.02 0+ 00 ß -=100
108Tc -75950 130 5.17 s 0.07 (2)+ 00 ß -=100
108Ru -83670 120 4.55 m 0.05 0+ 00 ß -=100
108Rh -85020 110 * 16.8 s 0.5 1+ 00 ß -=100
108Rhm -85080 40 -60 110 BD * 6.0 m 0.3 (5)(+#) 00 ß -=100
108Pd -89524 3 STABLE 0+ 00 IS=26.46 9
108Ag -87602 4 2.37 m 0.01 1+ 00 ß -=97.15 20; ß +=2.85 20
108Agm -87493 4 109.440 0.007 418 y 21 6+ 00 ß +=91.3 9; IT=8.7 9 *
108Cd -89252 6 STABLE (>410 Py) 0+ 02 95Ge14 T IS=0.89 3; 2ß + ?
108In -84116 10 58.0 m 1.2 7+ 00 ß +=100
108Inm -84086 10 29.75 0.05 39.6 m 0.7 2+ 00 ß +=100
108Sn -82041 20 10.30 m 0.08 0+ 00 ß +=100
108Sb -72510# 210# 7.4 s 0.3 (4+) 00 ß +=100; ß +p ?
108Te -65720 100 2.1 s 0.1 0+ 00 85Ti02 D ß +=51 4; a=49 4; . . . *
108I -52650# 360# 36 ms 6 1+# 00 94Pa12 D a=?; ß +=9#; p<1 *
*108Agm T : discrepant results: 418(7) 310(130) 127(21), see ENSDF **
*108Te D : . . . ; ß +p=2.4 10; ß +a300 ns) 99 97Be70 I ß – ?
109Nb -58100# 500# 190 ms 30 5/2+# 99 ß -=100; ß -n=31 5
109Mo -67250# 300# 530 ms 60 7/2-# 99 ß -=100
109Tc -74540 100 860 ms 40 3/2-# 99 ß -=100; ß -n=0.08 2
109Ru -80850 70 34.5 s 1.0 5/2+# 99 ß -=100
109Rh -85011 12 80 s 2 7/2+ 99 ß -=100
109Pd -87607 3 13.7012 h 0.0024 5/2+ 99 ß -=100
109Pdm -87418 3 188.990 0.010 4.696 m 0.003 11/2- 99 IT=100
109Ag -88722.7 2.9 STABLE 1/2- 99 IS=48.161 8
109Agm -88634.7 2.9 88.0341 0.0011 39.6 s 0.2 7/2+ 99 IT=100
109Cd -88508 4 461.4 d 1.2 5/2+ 99 e =100
109Cdm -88448 4 59.6 0.4 12 µs 2 1/2+ 99 IT=100
109Cdn -88045 4 463.0 0.5 10.9 µs 0.5 11/2- 99 IT=100
109In -86489 6 4.2 h 0.1 9/2+ 99 ß +=100
109Inm -85839 6 650.1 0.3 1.34 m 0.07 1/2- 99 IT=100
109Inn -84387 6 2101.8 0.2 209 ms 6 (19/2+) 99 IT=100
109Sn -82639 10 18.0 m 0.2 5/2(+) 99 ß +=100
109Sb -76259 19 17.0 s 0.7 5/2+# 99 ß +=100
109Te -67610 60 4.6 s 0.3 (5/2+) 99 ß +=?; a=3.9 13; . . . *
109I -57610 100 103 µs 5 (5/2+) 02 87Gi02 J p=100
*109Te D : . . . ; ß +p=9.4 31; ß +a300 ns) 0+ 00 97Be70 I ß – ?
110Nb -53620# 500# 170 ms 20 2+# 00 ß -=100; ß -n=40 8
110Mo -65460# 400# 300 ms 40 0+ 00 ß -=100; ß -n ?
110Tc -70960 80 920 ms 30 (2+) 00 96Me09 D ß -=100; ß -n=0.04 2
110Ru -79980 50 11.6 s 0.6 0+ 00 ß -=100
110Rh -82780 50 * 28.5 s 1.5 (> 3)(+#) 00 ß -=100
110Rhm -82839 22 -60 50 BD * 3.2 s 0.2 1+ 00 ß -=100
110Pd -88349 11 STABLE (>600 Py) 0+ 00 52Wi26 T IS=11.72 9; 2ß – ?
110Ag -87460.6 2.9 24.6 s 0.2 1+ 00 ß -˜100; e =0.30 6
110Agm -87343.0 2.9 117.59 0.05 249.950 d 0.024 6+ 00 02Un02 T ß -=98.64 6; IT=1.36 6
110Cd -90353.0 2.7 STABLE 0+ 00 IS=12.49 18
110In -86475 12 4.9 h 0.1 7+ 00 ß +=100
110Inm -86413 12 62.1 0.5 69.1 m 0.5 2+ 00 ß +=100
110Sn -85844 14 4.11 h 0.10 0+ 00 e =100
110Sb -77540# 200# 23.0 s 0.4 (4+) 00 97La13 J ß +=100
110Te -72280 50 18.6 s 0.8 0+ 00 ß +˜100; a=0.003#
110I -60320# 310# 650 ms 20 1+# 00 ß +=83 4; a=17 4; . . . *
110Xe -51900 130 310 ms 190 0+ 00 02Ma19 TD a=64 35; ß + ?
*110I D : . . . ; ß +p=11 3; ß +a=1.1 3 **
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111Nb -50630# 500# 80# ms (>300 ns) 5/2+# 97 97Be70 I ß – ?
111Mo -61100# 400# 200# ms (>300 ns) 97 94Be24 I ß – ? *
111Tc -69220 110 290 ms 20 3/2-# 96 96Me09 TD ß -=100; ß -n=0.85 20 *
111Ru -76670 70 2.12 s 0.07 (5/2+) 96 98Lh02 J ß -=100
111Rh -82357 30 11 s 1 (7/2+) 96 ß -=100
111Pd -86004 11 23.4 m 0.2 5/2+ 96 ß -=100
111Pdm -85832 11 172.18 0.08 5.5 h 0.1 11/2- 96 IT=73 3; ß -=27 3
111Ag -88221 3 7.45 d 0.01 1/2- 96 ß -=100
111Agm -88161 3 59.82 0.04 64.8 s 0.8 7/2+ 96 IT=99.3 2; ß -=0.7 2
111Cd -89257.5 2.7 STABLE 1/2+ 00 IS=12.80 12
111Cdm -88861.3 2.7 396.214 0.021 48.50 m 0.09 11/2- 00 IT=100
111In -88396 5 2.8047 d 0.0004 9/2+ 00 e =100
111Inm -87859 5 536.95 0.06 7.7 m 0.2 1/2- 00 IT=100
111Sn -85945 7 35.3 m 0.6 7/2+ 96 ß +=100
111Snm -85690 7 254.72 0.08 12.5 µs 1.0 1/2+
111Sb -80888 28 75 s 1 (5/2+) 96 ß +=100
111Te -73480 70 19.3 s 0.4 5/2+# 97 ß +=100; ß +p=?
111I -64950# 300# 2.5 s 0.2 5/2+# 96 ß +˜100; a=0.088
111Im -63550# 300# 1398 1 21 ns 2 (11/2-)
111Xe -54400# 300# 740 ms 200 5/2+# 96 94Pa11 D ß + ?; a=10 7
111Xem non existent RN 900 ms 200 90Tu.A T *
*111Mo I : and T>240 ns in 97So07 **
*111Tc T : supersedes 88Pe13=300(30) from same group **
*111Xem I : from assigning a decay to isomer in older version of ENSDF **
112Nb -45800# 700# 60# ms (>300 ns) 2+# 97 97Be70 I ß – ?
112Mo -58830# 600# 150# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 97 94Be24 I ß – ?
112Tc -66000 120 290 ms 20 2+# 97 99Wa09 TD ß -=100; ß -n=1.5 2
112Ru -75480 70 1.75 s 0.07 0+ 97 ß -=100
112Rh -79740 50 3.4 s 0.4 1+ 97 99Lh01 T ß -=100 *
112Rhm -79410 60 330 70 BD 6.73 s 0.15 > 3 97 99Lh01 T ß -=100 *
112Pd -86336 18 21.03 h 0.05 0+ 97 ß -=100
112Ag -86624 17 3.130 h 0.009 2(-) 97 ß -=100
112Cd -90580.5 2.7 STABLE 0+ 97 IS=24.13 21
112In -87996 5 14.97 m 0.10 1+ 97 ß +=56 3; ß -=44 3
112Inm -87839 5 156.59 0.05 20.56 m 0.06 4+ 97 IT=100
112Inn -87645 5 350.76 0.09 690 ns 50 7+ 97 IT=100
112Inp -87382 5 613.69 0.14 2.81 µs 0.03 8- 97 87Eb02 J IT=100
112Sn -88661 4 STABLE 0+ 97 IS=0.97 1; 2ß + ?
112Sb -81601 18 51.4 s 1.0 3+ 97 ß +=100
112Te -77300 170 2.0 m 0.2 0+ 97 ß +=100
112I -67100# 210# 3.42 s 0.11 1+# 97 78Ro19 D ß +˜100; a=0.0012; . . . *
112Xe -59970 100 2.7 s 0.8 0+ 97 94Pa11 D ß +˜100; a=0.9 8 *
112Cs -46290# 300# 500 µs 100 1+# 02 p=100
*112Rh T : supersedes 91Jo11=2.1(0.3) and 88Ay02=3.8(0.6) of same group **
*112Rhm T : supersedes 88Ay02=6.8(0.2) **
*112I D : . . . ; ß +p=0.88 10; ß +a=0.104 12 **
*112I D:ß +p and ß +a are derived from ß +p/a=735(80) ß +p/ß +a=8.5(2), in 85Ti02 **
*112Xe D : a intensity is estimated from 94Pa11=0.8(+1.1–0.5)% and 78Ro19=0.84% **
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113Nb -42200# 800# 30# ms (>300 ns) 5/2+# 98 97Be70 I ß – ?
113Mo -54140# 600# 100# ms (>300 ns) 98 94Be24 I ß – ?
113Tc -63720# 300# 170 ms 20 3/2-# 98 99Wa09 TD ß -=100; ß -n=2.1 3 *
113Ru -72200 70 800 ms 50 (5/2+) 98 98Ku17 J ß -=100
113Rum -72070 70 130 18 510 ms 30 (11/2-) 98Ku17 ETJ IT=?; ß -=? *
113Rh -78680 50 2.80 s 0.12 (7/2+) 98 93Pe11 J ß -=100
113Pd -83690 40 93 s 5 (5/2+) 98 ß -=100
113Pdm -83610 40 81.1 0.3 300 ms 100 (9/2-) 98 IT=100
113Pdn non existent RN > 100 s 98 81Me17 I *
113Ag -87033 17 5.37 h 0.05 1/2- 98 ß -=100
113Agm -86990 17 43.50 0.10 68.7 s 1.6 7/2+ 98 IT=64 7; ß -=36 7
113Cd -89049.3 2.7 7.7 Py 0.3 1/2+ 98 IS=12.22 12; ß -=100
113Cdm -88785.8 2.7 263.54 0.03 14.1 y 0.5 11/2- 98 ß -˜100; IT=0.14
113In -89370 3 STABLE 9/2+ 99 IS=4.29 5
113Inm -88978 3 391.699 0.003 1.6579 h 0.0004 1/2- 99 IT=100
113Sn -88333 4 115.09 d 0.03 1/2+ 00 ß +=100
113Snm -88256 4 77.386 0.019 21.4 m 0.4 7/2+ 00 IT=91.1 23; ß +=8.9 23
113Sb -84420 18 6.67 m 0.07 5/2+ 98 ß +=100
113Te -78347 28 1.7 m 0.2 (7/2+) 98 ß +=100
113I -71130 50 6.6 s 0.2 5/2+# 98 ß +=100; a=3.31e–7; . . . *
113Xe -62090 80 2.74 s 0.08 5/2+# 98 85Ti02 D ß +˜100; a=0.011 5; . . . *
113Cs -51700 100 16.7 µs 0.7 5/2+# 02 p=100; a=0
*113Tc T : 98Ku17=110(30) and 92Ay02=130(50) are from same authors **
*113Rum E : above the 99 keV level and below 160 keV **
*113Pdn I : existence is not possible since discovery of 113Pdm by 93Pe11 **
*113I D : . . . ; ß +a ? **
*113Xe D : . . . ; ß +p=7 4; ß +a˜0.007 4 **
*113Xe D : a=0.0024-0.0204% from estimated limit for the reduced width, see 85Ti02 **
*113Xe D : ß +p and ß +a derived from ß +p/a=605(35) and ß +p/ß +a=500-1500 in 85Ti02 **
114Mo -51310# 700# 80# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 03 97Be70 I ß – ?
114Tc -59730# 600# 150 ms 30 2+# 03 ß -=100; ß -n=?
114Ru -70530# 230# 530 ms 60 0+ 03 ß -=100; ß -n ?
114Rh -75630 110 * 1.85 s 0.05 1+ 03 ß -=100; ß -n ?
114Rhm -75430# 190# 200# 150# * 1.85 s 0.05 (4,5) 03 ß -=100
114Pd -83497 24 2.42 m 0.06 0+ 03 ß -=100
114Ag -84949 25 4.6 s 0.1 1+ 03 ß -=100
114Agm -84750 25 199 5 1.50 ms 0.05 (92 Py) 0+ 03 95Ge14 T IS=28.73 42; 2ß – ?
114In -88572 3 71.9 s 0.1 1+ 03 ß -=99.50 15; ß +=0.50 15
114Inm -88382 3 190.29 0.03 49.51 d 0.01 5+ 03 IT=96.75 24; ß +=3.25 24
114Inn -88070 3 501.94 0.03 43.1 ms 0.6 (8-) 03 IT=100
114Inp -87930 3 641.72 0.03 4.3 µs 0.4 (7+) 03 IT=100
114Sn -90561 3 STABLE 0+ 03 IS=0.66 1
114Snm -87474 3 3087.37 0.07 733 ns 14 7- 03 IT=100
114Sb -84515 28 3.49 m 0.03 (3+) 03 ß +=100
114Sbm -84020 28 495.5 0.07 219 µs 12 (8-) 03 IT=100
114Te -81889 28 15.2 m 0.7 0+ 03 ß +=100
114I -72800# 300# 2.1 s 0.2 1+ 03 ß +=100; ß +p ?
114Im -72530# 300# 265.9 0.5 6.2 s 0.5 (7) 03 ABBW96 D ß +=91 2; IT=9 2 *
114Xe -67086 11 10.0 s 0.4 0+ 03 ß +=100
114Cs -54540# 310# 570 ms 20 (1+) 03 ß +˜100; a=0.018 6; . . . *
114Ba -45950 140 530 ms 230 0+ 03 02Ma19 D ß +˜100; ß +p=20 10; . . . *
*114Im D : evaluated for NUBASE by J. Blachot, based on 114I IT decay **
*114Cs D : . . . ; ß +p=8.7 13; ß +a=0.19 3 **
*114Ba D : . . . ; a=0.9 3; 12C300 ns) 99 ß – ?; ß -n ?
115Tc -57110# 700# 100# ms (>300 ns) 3/2-# 99 ß – ?; ß -n ?
115Ru -66430 130 740 ms 80 99 ß -=100; ß -n ?
115Rh -74210 80 990 ms 50 7/2+# 99 ß -=100
115Pd -80400 60 25 s 2 5/2+# 99 ß -=100
115Pdm -80310 60 89.18 0.25 50 s 3 11/2-# 99 ß -=92.0 20; IT=8.0 20 *
115Ag -84990 30 20.0 m 0.5 1/2- 99 ß -=100
115Agm -84950 30 41.16 0.10 18.0 s 0.7 7/2+ 99 ß -=79.0 3; IT=21.0 3
115Cd -88090.5 2.7 53.46 h 0.10 1/2+ 99 ß -=100
115Cdm -87909.5 2.7 181.0 0.5 44.56 d 0.24 (11/2)- 99 ß -˜100; IT<0.003
115In -89537 4 441 Ty 25 9/2+ 99 IS=95.71 5; ß -=100
115Inm -89201 4 336.244 0.017 4.486 h 0.004 1/2- 99 IT=95.0 7; ß -=5.0 7
115Sn -90036.0 2.9 STABLE 1/2+ 99 IS=0.34 1
115Snm -89423.2 2.9 612.81 0.04 3.26 µs 0.08 7/2+ 99 IT=100
115Snn -89322.4 2.9 713.64 0.12 159 µs 1 11/2- 99 IT=100
115Sb -87003 16 32.1 m 0.3 5/2+ 99 ß +=100
115Te -82063 28 * 5.8 m 0.2 7/2+ 99 ß +=100
115Tem -82053 29 10 7 * 6.7 m 0.4 (1/2)+ 99 ABBW E ß +˜100; IT15
*115Pdm J : E3 transition to ground-state **
*115Tem E : less than 20 keV, from ENSDF **
*115Xe D : . . . ; ß +a=0.0003 1 **
116Tc -52750# 700# 90# ms (>300 ns) 2+# 01 97Be70 I ß – ?
116Ru -64450# 700# 400# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 01 94Be24 I ß – ? *
116Rh -70740 140 * 680 ms 60 1+ 01 ß -=100; ß -n ?
116Rhm -70540# 210# 200# 150# * 570 ms 50 (6-) 01 ß -=100
116Pd -79960 60 11.8 s 0.4 0+ 01 ß -=100
116Ag -82570 50 2.68 m 0.10 (2)- 01 ß -=100
116Agm -82490 50 81.90 0.20 8.6 s 0.3 (5+) 01 ß -=94.0 15; IT=6.0 15
116Cd -88719 3 30 Ey 4 0+ 01 03Da09 T IS=7.49 18; 2ß -=100 *
116In -88250 4 14.10 s 0.03 1+ 01 98Bh04 D ß -˜100; e =0.23 6
116Inm -88123 4 127.267 0.006 54.29 m 0.17 5+ 01 ß -=100
116Inn -87960 4 289.660 0.006 2.18 s 0.04 8- 01 IT=100
116Sn -91528.1 2.9 STABLE 0+ 01 IS=14.54 9
116Sb -86821 6 15.8 m 0.8 3+ 01 ß +=100
116Sbm -86440 40 380 40 BD 60.3 m 0.6 8- 01 ß +=100
116Te -85269 28 2.49 h 0.04 0+ 01 ß +=100
116I -77490 100 2.91 s 0.15 1+ 01 ß +=100
116Im -77090# 110# 400# 50# 3.27 µs 0.16 (7-) 01 IT=100
116Xe -73047 13 59 s 2 0+ 01 ß +=100
116Cs -62070# 100# * 700 ms 40 (1+) 01 ß +=100; ß +p=0.28 7;… *
116Csm -61970# 120# 100# 60# * 3.85 s 0.13 4+,5,6 01 ß +=100; ß +p=0.51 15;… *
116Ba -54600# 400# 1.3 s 0.2 0+ 01 ß +=100; ß +p=3 1
*116Ru I : and T>240 ns in 97So07 **
*116Cd T : from 29(1 statistics +4–3 systematics); supersedes 00Da27=26(1 statistics +7–4 systematics) **
*116Cs D : . . . ; ß +a=0.049 25 **
*116Csm D : . . . ; ß +a=0.008 2 **
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Nuclide Mass excess Excitation Half-life Jp Ens Reference Decay modes and
(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
117Tc -49850# 700# 40# ms (>300 ns) 3/2-# 02 97Be70 I ß – ?
117Ru -60010# 700# 300# ms (>300 ns) 02 94Be24 I ß – ? *
117Rh -68950# 500# 440 ms 40 7/2+# 02 ß -=100
117Pd -76530 60 4.3 s 0.3 (5/2+) 02 ß -=100
117Pdm -76330 60 203.2 0.3 19.1 ms 0.7 11/2-# 02 IT=100
117Ag -82270 50 73.6 s 1.4 1/2-# 02 ß -=100
117Agm -82240 50 28.6 0.2 5.34 s 0.05 (7/2+) 02 ß -=94.0 15; IT=6.0 15
117Cd -86425 3 2.49 h 0.04 1/2+ 02 ß -=100
117Cdm -86289 3 136.4 0.2 3.36 h 0.05 (11/2)- 02 ß -˜100; IT˜0
117In -88945 6 43.2 m 0.3 9/2+ 02 ß -=100
117Inm -88630 6 315.302 0.012 116.2 m 0.3 1/2- 02 ß -=52.9 15; IT=47.1 15
117Sn -90400.0 2.9 STABLE 1/2+ 02 IS=7.68 7
117Snm -90085.4 2.9 314.58 0.04 13.76 d 0.04 11/2- 02 IT=100
117Sb -88645 9 2.80 h 0.01 5/2+ 02 ß +=100
117Te -85097 13 62 m 2 1/2+ 02 ß +=100; e+=25 1
117Tem -84801 13 296.1 0.5 103 ms 3 (11/2-) 02 99Mo30 J IT ?
117Ten -84823 13 274.4 0.1 19.9 ns 0.4 5/2+ 02 IT=100
117I -80435 28 2.22 m 0.04 (5/2)+ 02 ß +=100; e+˜77
117Xe -74185 10 61 s 2 5/2(+) 02 ß +=100; ß +p=0.0029 6
117Cs -66440 60 * 8.4 s 0.6 9/2+# 02 ß +=100
117Csm -66290# 100# 150# 80# * 6.5 s 0.4 3/2+# 02 ß +=100
117Csx -66390 80 50 50 R =? spmix
117Ba -57290# 300# 1.75 s 0.07 (3/2)(+#) 02 97Ja12 D ß +=100; ß +p=13 3; . . . *
117La -46510# 400# 23.5 ms 2.6 (3/2+,3/2-) 02 p=?; ß +=6#
117Lam -46370# 400# 138 15 p 10 ms 5 (9/2+) 02 p=?; ß +=3#
*117Ru I : and T>240 ns in 97So07 **
*117Ba D : . . . ; ß +a=0.024 8 **
*117Ba D : ß +p from 97Ja12. ß +p/ß +a=350-1200 from 85Ti02 yields ß +a=0.011-0.037 **
118Tc -45200# 900# 30# ms (>300 ns) 2+# 97 95Cz.A I ß – ?
118Ru -57920# 800# 200# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 94Be24 I ß – ?
118Rh -65140# 500# 310 ms 30 (4-10)(+#) 97 00Jo18 TJD ß -=100
118Pd -75470 210 1.9 s 0.1 0+ 95 ß -=100
118Ag -79570 60 3.76 s 0.15 1- 95 93Ja03 J ß -=100
118Agm -79440 60 127.49 0.05 2.0 s 0.2 4(+) 95 95Ap.A E ß -=59; IT=41
118Cd -86709 20 50.3 m 0.2 0+ 95 ß -=100
118In -87230 8 * 5.0 s 0.5 1+ 95 ß -=100
118Inm -87130# 50# 100# 50# * 4.364 m 0.007 5+ 95 94It.A T ß -=100
118Inn -86990# 50# 240# 50# 8.5 s 0.3 8- 95 IT=98.6 3; ß -=1.4 3 *
118Sn -91656.1 2.9 STABLE 0+ 95 IS=24.22 9
118Sb -87999 4 3.6 m 0.1 1+ 95 ß +=100
118Sbm -87749 6 250 6 BD 5.00 h 0.02 8- 95 ß +=100
118Sbn -87948 4 50.814 0.021 20.6 µs 0.6 (3)+
118Te -87721 15 6.00 d 0.02 0+ 95 e =100
118I -80971 20 13.7 m 0.5 2- 95 ß +=100
118Im -80781 20 190.1 1.0 8.5 m 0.5 (7-) 95 94Ka39 E ß +˜100; IT=?
118Xe -78079 10 3.8 m 0.9 0+ 95 ß +=100
118Cs -68409 13 * 14 s 2 2 95 ß +=100; ß +p=0.021 14;… *
118Csm -68310# 60# 100# 60# * 17 s 3 (7-) 95 93Be46 J ß +=100; ß +p=0.021 14;… *
118Csx -68404 12 5 4 R 300 ns) 97Be70 I ß – ?
119Rh -63240# 600# 300# ms (>300 ns) 7/2+# 94Be24 I ß – ?
119Pd -71620# 300# 920 ms 130 00 ß -=100
119Ag -78560 90 *& 6.0 s 0.5 1/2-# 00 ß -=100
119Agm -78540# 90# 20# 20# *& 2.1 s 0.1 7/2+# 00 ß -=100 *
119Cd -83910 80 2.69 m 0.02 (3/2+) 00 ß -=100
119Cdm -83760 80 146.54 0.11 2.20 m 0.02 11/2-# 00 ß -=100
119In -87704 8 2.4 m 0.1 9/2+ 00 ß -=100
119Inm -87393 8 311.37 0.03 18.0 m 0.3 1/2- 00 ß -=94.4 15; IT=5.6 15
119Sn -90068.4 2.9 STABLE 1/2+ 00 IS=8.59 4
119Snm -89978.9 2.9 89.531 0.013 293.1 d 0.7 11/2- 00 IT=100
119Sb -89477 8 38.19 h 0.22 5/2+ 00 e =100
119Sbm -86625 11 2852 7 850 ms 90 27/2+# 00 ABBW E IT=100 *
119Te -87184 8 16.05 h 0.05 1/2+ 00 ß +=100
119Tem -86923 8 260.96 0.05 4.70 d 0.04 11/2- 00 e =99.59 4; e+=0.41 4; . . . *
119I -83766 28 19.1 m 0.4 5/2+ 00 ß +=100
119Xe -78794 10 5.8 m 0.3 5/2(+) 00 90Ne.A J e+=79 5; e =21 5
119Cs -72305 14 * 43.0 s 0.2 9/2+ 00 ß +=100; ß +a<2e–6
119Csm -72260# 30# 50# 30# * 30.4 s 0.1 3/2(+) 00 ß +=100
119Csx -72289 9 16 11 R = .5 .25 spmix
119Ba -64590 200 5.4 s 0.3 (5/2+) 00 ß +=100; ß +p<25
119La -54970# 400# 1# s 11/2-# ß + ?
119Ce -44000# 600# 200# ms 5/2+# ß + ?
*119Agm E : estimated from 7/2+ level in isotopes 113Ag=43 115Ag=41 117Ag=28 **
*119Sbm E : estimated less than 20 keV above 2841.7 level **
*119Tem D : . . . ; IT300 ns) 0+ 02 95Cz.A I ß – ?
120Rh -59230# 600# 200# ms (>300 ns) 94Be24 I ß – ?
120Pd -70150 120 500 ms 100 0+ 02 ß -=100
120Ag -75650 70 1.23 s 0.04 3(+#) 02 93Ru01 D ß -=100; ß -n<0.003
120Agm -75450 70 203.0 1.0 371 ms 24 6(-) 02 03Wa13 T ß -˜63; IT˜37 *
120Cd -83974 19 50.80 s 0.21 0+ 02 ß -=100
120In -85740 40 * 3.08 s 0.08 1+ 02 ß -=100
120Inm -85690# 50# 50# 60# *& 46.2 s 0.8 5+ 02 87Eb02 J ß -=100
120Inn -85440# 200# 300# 200# *& 47.3 s 0.5 8(-) 02 79Fo10 J ß -=100
120Sn -91105.1 2.5 STABLE 0+ 02 IS=32.58 9
120Snm -88623.5 2.5 2481.63 0.06 11.8 µs 0.5 (7-) 02 IT=100
120Snn -88202.9 2.5 2902.22 0.22 6.26 µs 0.11 10+# 02 IT=100
120Sb -88424 8 * 15.89 m 0.04 1+ 02 ß +=100
120Sbm -88420# 100# 0# 100# * 5.76 d 0.02 8- 02 ß +=100
120Sbn -88346 8 78.16 0.05 246 ns 2 (3+) 02 IT=100
120Sbp -86096 8 2328.3 0.6 400 ns 8 (6) 02 IT=100
120Te -89405 10 STABLE 0+ 02 IS=0.09 1; 2ß + ?
120I -83790 18 81.6 m 0.2 2- 02 ß +=100
120Im -83717 18 72.61 0.09 228 ns 15 (1+,2+,3+) 02 IT=100
120In -83470 23 320 15 53 m 4 (7-) 02 ß +=100
120Xe -82172 12 40 m 1 0+ 02 ß +=100
120Cs -73889 10 * 61.2 s 1.8 2(-#) 02 ß +=100; ß +a<2.0e–5 4;… *
120Csm -73790# 60# 100# 60# * 57 s 6 (7-) 02 75Ho09 D ß +=100; ß +a<2.0e–5 4;… *
120Csx -73884 9 5 4 R < 0.1 spmix
120Ba -68890 300 24 s 2 0+ 02 92Xu04 T ß +=100
120La -57690# 500# 2.8 s 0.2 02 ß +=100; ß +p=?
120Ce -49710# 700# 250# ms 0+ ß + ?
*120Agm T : average 03Wa13=400(30) 71Fo22=320(40) **
*120Cs D : . . . ; ß +p<7e–6 3 **
*120Cs D : isomers not distinguished by 75Ho09 in ß +a and ß +p. Values replaced **
*120Cs D : by upper limits for both (cf. ENSDF evaluation of 118Cs) **
*120Csm D : . . . ; ß +p300 ns) 7/2+# 94Be24 I ß – ?
121Pd -66260# 500# 400# ms (>300 ns) 00 94Be24 I ß – ? *
121Ag -74660 150 790 ms 20 7/2+# 00 ß -=100; ß -n=0.080 13
121Cd -81060 80 13.5 s 0.3 (3/2+) 00 ß -=100
121Cdm -80850 80 214.86 0.15 8.3 s 0.8 (11/2-) 00 ß -=100
121In -85841 27 23.1 s 0.6 9/2+ 00 ß -=100
121Inm -85528 27 312.98 0.08 3.88 m 0.10 1/2- 00 ß -=98.8 2; IT=1.2 2
121Sn -89204.1 2.5 27.03 h 0.04 3/2+ 00 ß -=100
121Snm -89197.8 2.5 6.30 0.06 43.9 y 0.5 11/2- 00 02Re18 T IT=77.6 20; ß -=22.4 20
121Snn -87205.3 2.7 1998.8 0.9 5.3 µs 0.5 19/2+# 00 IT=100
121Sb -89595.1 2.2 STABLE 5/2+ 00 IS=57.21 5
121Te -88551 26 19.16 d 0.05 1/2+ 00 ß +=100
121Tem -88257 26 293.991 0.022 154 d 7 11/2- 00 IT=88.6 11; ß +=11.4 11
121I -86287 10 2.12 h 0.01 5/2+ 00 ß +=100
121Im -83910 10 2376.9 0.4 9.0 µs 1.5 00 IT=100
121Xe -82473 11 40.1 m 2.0 (5/2+) 00 ß +=100
121Cs -77100 14 155 s 4 3/2(+) 00 ß +=100
121Csm -77032 14 68.5 0.3 122 s 3 9/2(+) 00 ß +=83; IT=17
121Ba -70740 140 29.7 s 1.5 5/2(+) 00 ß +=100; ß +p=0.02 1
121La -62400# 500# 5.3 s 0.2 11/2-# 00 ß +=100; ß +p ?
121Ce -52700# 500# 1.1 s 0.1 (5/2)(+#) 00 99Li46 J ß +=100; ß +p˜1
121Pr -41580# 700# 600 ms 300 (3/2-) 00 90Bo39 TJD p=?; ß + ?; ß +p ? *
*121Pd I : and T>240 ns in 97So07 **
*121Pr T : T=1.4(0.8) s in ENSDF: not trusted to belong to this nuclide **
122Rh -52900# 700# 50# ms (>300 ns) 97Be70 I ß – ?
122Pd -64690# 400# 300# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 98 94Be24 I ß – ? *
122Ag -71230# 210# * 520 ms 14 (3+) 94 95Fe12 T ß -=100; ß -n=0.186 10 *
122Agm -71150# 220# 80# 50# * 1.5 s 0.5 8-# 94 ß -=100; ß -n ?
122Cd -80730 40 5.24 s 0.03 0+ 94 ß -=100
122In -83580 50 * 1.5 s 0.3 1+ 94 ß -=100
122Inm -83540# 80# 40# 60# * 10.3 s 0.6 5+ 94 ß -=100
122Inn -83290 130 290 140 BD 10.8 s 0.4 8- 94 ß -=100
122Sn -89945.9 2.7 STABLE 0+ 94 IS=4.63 3; 2ß – ?
122Sb -88330.2 2.2 2.7238 d 0.0002 2- 94 ß -=97.59 12; . . . *
122Sbm -88166.6 2.2 163.5591 0.0017 4.191 m 0.003 (8)- 94 IT=100
122Sbn -88192.7 2.2 137.472 0.001 530 µs 5+
122Te -90314.0 1.5 STABLE 0+ 94 IS=2.55 12
122I -86080 5 3.63 m 0.06 1+ 94 ß +=100
122Xe -85355 11 20.1 h 0.1 0+ 94 e =100
122Cs -78140 30 21.18 s 0.19 1+ 96 93Al03 T ß +=100; ß +a240 ns in 97So07 **
*122Ag D : ß -n intensity is from 93Ru01 **
*122Sb D : . . . ; ß +=2.41 12 **
*122Cs T : average 93Al03=21.2(0.2) 69Ch18=21.0(0.7) **
*122Cs D : ß +a intensity upper limit is from 75Ho09 **
*122Ce I : T=8.7(0.7) s in NDS 71 (1994) was misprint for 122La; corrected in ENSDF **
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Nuclide Mass excess Excitation Half-life Jp Ens Reference Decay modes and
(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
123Pd -60610# 600# 200# ms (>300 ns) 94Be24 I ß – ?
123Ag -69960# 210# 296 ms 6 (7/2+) 94 95Fe12 T ß -=100; ß -n=0.55 5 *
123Cd -77310 40 2.10 s 0.02 (3/2)+ 94 ß -=100
123Cdm -76990 40 316.52 0.23 1.82 s 0.03 (11/2-) 94 ß -=?; IT=?
123In -83426 24 5.98 s 0.06 9/2+ 94 ß -=100
123Inm -83099 24 327.21 0.04 47.8 s 0.5 1/2- 94 ß -=100
123Sn -87820.5 2.7 129.2 d 0.4 11/2- 94 ß -=100
123Snm -87795.9 2.7 24.6 0.4 40.06 m 0.01 3/2+ 94 ß -=100
123Sb -89224.1 2.1 STABLE 7/2+ 94 IS=42.79 5
123Te -89171.9 1.5 > 600 Ty 1/2+ 94 96Al30 T IS=0.89 3; e =100 *
123Tem -88924.3 1.5 247.55 0.04 119.25 d 0.15 11/2- 94 IT=100
123I -87943 4 13.2235 h 0.0019 5/2+ 94 02Un02 T ß +=100
123Xe -85249 10 2.08 h 0.02 1/2+ 94 90Ne.A J ß +=100
123Xem -85064 10 185.18 0.22 5.49 µs 0.26 7/2(-)
123Cs -81044 12 5.87 m 0.04 1/2+ 94 93Al03 T ß +=100 *
123Csm -80887 12 156.74 0.21 1.64 s 0.12 (11/2)- 94 IT=100
123Csx -81037 13 7 4 R 300 ns) 0+ 97Be70 I ß – ?
124Ag -66470# 200# * 172 ms 5 3+# 97 ß -=100; ß -n>0.1
124Agm -66470# 220# 0# 100# * 200# ms 8-# 95Kr.A I ß – ?; IT ? *
124Cd -76710 60 1.25 s 0.02 0+ 97 ß -=100
124In -80880 50 * 3.11 s 0.10 3+ 97 ß -=100
124Inm -80900 50 -20 70 BD * 3.7 s 0.2 (8)(-#) 97 ß -˜100; IT ?
124Sn -88236.8 1.4 STABLE (>100 Py) 0+ 97 52Ka41 T IS=5.79 5; 2ß – ?
124Snm -85911.8 1.4 2325.01 0.04 3.1 µs 0.5 7- 97 IT=100
124Snn -85580.2 1.5 2656.6 0.5 45 µs 5 10+ # 97 IT=100
124Sb -87620.3 2.1 60.20 d 0.03 3- 98 ß -=100
124Sbm -87609.4 2.1 10.8627 0.0008 93 s 5 5+ 97 IT=75 5; ß -=25 5
124Sbn -87583.5 2.1 36.8440 0.0014 20.2 m 0.2 (8)- 97 IT=100
124Sbp -87579.5 2.1 40.8038 0.0007 3.2 µs 0.3 (3+,4+) 97 IT=100
124Te -90524.5 1.5 STABLE 0+ 97 IS=4.74 14
124I -87365.0 2.4 4.1760 d 0.0003 2- 97 ß +=100
124Xe -87660.1 1.8 STABLE (>48 Py) 0+ 97 89Ba22 T IS=0.09 1; 2ß + ?
124Cs -81731 8 30.9 s 0.4 1+ 97 93Al03 T ß +=100 *
124Csm -81268 8 462.55 0.17 6.3 s 0.2 (7)+ 97 IT=100
124Csx -81701 22 30 20 R =? spmix
124Ba -79090 12 11.0 m 0.5 0+ 97 ß +=100
124La -70260 60 * 29.21 s 0.17 (7-,8-) 97 97As05 T ß +=100 *
124Lam -70160# 120# 100# 100# * 21 s 4 low(+#) 97 97As05 T ß +=100
124Ce -64820# 300# 9.1 s 1.2 0+ 98 97As05 T ß +=100 *
124Pr -53130# 600# 1.2 s 0.2 97 ß +=100; ß +p=?
124Nd -44500# 600# 500# ms 0+ ß + ?
*124Agm I : “There is some evidence for a low-spin and a high-spin isomer in 124Ag” **
*124Cs T : average 93Al03=30.9(0.5) 78Ek05=30.8(0.5) **
*124La J : for 124La and 124Lam are from 92Id01 **
*124Ce T : average 97As05=10.8(1.5) 78Bo32=6(2) **
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125Ag -64800# 300# 166 ms 7 7/2+# 99 ß -=100; ß -n=?
125Cd -73360 70 * 650 ms 20 3/2+# 99 ß -=100
125Cdm -73310 50 50 70 BD * 570 ms 90 11/2-# 99 89Hu03 T ß -=100 *
125In -80480 30 2.36 s 0.04 9/2+ 99 ß -=100
125Inm -80120 30 360.12 0.09 12.2 s 0.2 1/2(-) 99 ß -=100
125Sn -85898.5 1.5 9.64 d 0.03 11/2- 99 ß -=100
125Snm -85871.0 1.5 27.50 0.14 9.52 m 0.05 3/2+ 99 ß -=100
125Sb -88255.5 2.6 2.75856 y 0.00025 7/2+ 99 ß -=100
125Te -89022.2 1.5 STABLE 1/2+ 99 IS=7.07 15
125Tem -88877.4 1.5 144.772 0.009 57.40 d 0.15 11/2- 99 IT=100
125I -88836.4 1.5 59.400 d 0.010 5/2+ 99 e =100
125Xe -87192.1 1.9 16.9 h 0.2 1/2(+) 99 ß +=100
125Xem -86939.5 1.9 252.60 0.14 56.9 s 0.9 9/2(-) 99 IT=100
125Cs -84088 8 45 m 1 1/2(+) 99 ß +=100
125Csm -83821 8 266.6 1.1 900 ms 30 (11/2-) 99 98Su16 TJ IT=100
125Ba -79668 11 3.5 m 0.4 1/2(+#) 99 ß +=100
125La -73759 26 64.8 s 1.2 (11/2-) 99 ß +=100 *
125Lam -73652 26 107.0 0.1 390 ms 40 (3/2+) 99 99Ca21 ETJ IT=100 *
125Ce -66660# 200# 9.3 s 0.3 (7/2-) 99 02Pe15 J ß +=100; ß +p=? *
125Pr -57910# 400# 3.3 s 0.7 3/2+# 02 ß +=100; ß +p ?
125Nd -47620# 400# 600 ms 150 5/2(+#) 02 ß +=100
*125Cdm T : unweighed average 89Hu03=480(30) 86Ma42=660(30) (Birge ratio B=4.24) **
*125La J : ENSDF’99 says ground-state spin unknown; a (11/2-) level lies at 8-9 keV above ground-state **
*125Lam J : 3/2+# from systematics; low spin and even-parity from 99Ca21 **
*125Ce T : average 99Ca21=9.6(0.4) 86Wi15=9.2(1.0) 83Ni05=8.9(0.5) **
126Ag -61010# 300# 107 ms 12 3+# 03 ß -=100; ß -n=?
126Cd -72330 50 515 ms 17 0+ 03 ß -=100
126In -77810 40 * 1.53 s 0.01 3(+#) 03 ß -=100
126Inm -77710 50 100 60 BD * 1.64 s 0.05 8(-#) 03 79Fo10 J ß -=100
126Sn -86020 11 230 ky 14 0+ 03 ß -=100
126Snm -83801 11 2218.99 0.08 6.6 µs 1.4 7- 03 IT=100
126Snn -83456 11 2564.5 0.5 7.7 µs 0.5 10+# 03 IT=100
126Sb -86400 30 12.35 d 0.06 (8-) 03 ß -=100
126Sbm -86380 30 17.7 0.3 19.15 m 0.08 (5+) 03 ß -=86 4; IT=14 4
126Sbn -86360 30 40.4 0.3 11 s (3-) 03 IT=100
126Sbp -86300 30 104.6 0.3 553 ns 5 (3+) 03 IT=100
126Te -90064.6 1.5 STABLE 0+ 03 IS=18.84 25
126I -87911 4 12.93 d 0.05 2- 03 ß +=52.7 5; ß -=47.3 5
126Xe -89169 6 STABLE 0+ 03 IS=0.09 1; 2ß + ?
126Cs -84345 12 1.64 m 0.02 1+ 03 ß +=100
126Csm -84072 12 273.0 0.7 > 1 µs 03 IT=100
126Csn -83749 12 596.1 1.1 171 µs 14 03 IT=100
126Ba -82670 12 100 m 2 0+ 03 ß +=100
126La -74970 90 * 54 s 2 (5)(+#) 03 ß +=100
126Lam -74760 400 210 410 BD * 20 s 20 (0-,1-,2-) 03 ß +=100 *
126Ce -70821 28 51.0 s 0.3 0+ 03 ß +=100
126Pr -60260# 200# 3.12 s 0.18 (4,5,6) 03 88Ba42 T ß +=100; ß +p=? *
126Nd -52890# 400# 1# s (>200 ns) 0+ 03 00So11 I ß + ?
126Pm -39570# 500# 500# ms ß + ?
*126Lam T : 97As05: “by far shorter than 50 s” **
*126Pr T : average 95Os03=3.14(0.22) 88Ba42=3.0(0.4) and 83Ni05=3.2(0.6) **
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127Ag -58900# 300# 79 ms 3 7/2+# 98 96Wo.A TD ß -=100; ß -n=? *
127Cd -68520 70 370 ms 70 (3/2+) 96 ß -=100
127In -76990 40 1.09 s 0.01 9/2(+) 96 87Eb02 J ß -=100; ß -n=0.03
127Inm -76520 70 460 70 BD 3.67 s 0.04 (1/2-) 96 ß -=100; ß -n=0.69 4
127Sn -83499 25 2.10 h 0.04 (11/2-) 96 ß -=100
127Snm -83494 25 4.7 0.3 4.13 m 0.03 (3/2+) 96 ß -=100
127Sb -86700 5 3.85 d 0.05 7/2+ 96 ß -=100
127Te -88281.1 1.5 9.35 h 0.07 3/2+ 96 ß -=100
127Tem -88192.8 1.5 88.26 0.08 109 d 2 11/2- 96 IT=97.6 2; ß -=2.4 2
127I -88983 4 STABLE 5/2+ 96 IS=100.
127Xe -88321 4 36.345 d 0.003 1/2+ 96 02Un02 T e =100
127Xem -88024 4 297.10 0.08 69.2 s 0.9 9/2- 96 IT=100
127Cs -86240 6 6.25 h 0.10 1/2+ 96 ß +=100
127Csm -85788 6 452.23 0.21 55 µs 3 (11/2)- 96 IT=100
127Ba -82816 11 12.7 m 0.4 1/2+ 96 ß +=100
127Bam -82736 11 80.33 0.12 1.9 s 0.2 7/2- 96 IT=100
127La -77896 26 5.1 m 0.1 (11/2-) 96 ß +=100
127Lam -77881 26 14.8 1.2 3.7 m 0.4 (3/2+) 96 ß +˜100; IT ?
127Ce -71980 60 * 29 s 2 5/2+# 98 96Ge07 T ß +=100
127Cem -71980# 120# 0# 100# * 34 s 2 (1/2+) 96Ge07 TJD ß +=100
127Pr -64430# 200# 4.2 s 0.3 3/2+# 98 ß +=100
127Prm -63830# 280# 600# 200# 50# ms 11/2- 98Mo30 J ß + ?; IT ?
127Nd -55420# 400# 1.8 s 0.4 5/2+# 96 ß +=100; ß +p=?
127Pm -45060# 600# 1# s 5/2+# ß + ?; p ?
*127Ag T : supersedes 95Fe12=109(25) from same group **
128Ag -54800# 300# 58 ms 5 01 ß -=100; ß -n=?
128Cd -67290 290 280 ms 40 0+ 01 ß -=100
128In -74360 50 840 ms 60 (3)+ 01 93Ru01 D ß -=100; ß -n=0.038 3
128Inm -74110 50 247.87 0.10 10 ms 7 (1)- 01 IT=100 *
128Inn -74040 50 320 60 BD 720 ms 100 (8-) 01 ß -=100
128Sn -83335 27 59.07 m 0.14 0+ 01 ß -=100
128Snm -81244 27 2091.50 0.11 6.5 s 0.5 (7-) 01 IT=100
128Sb -84609 25 * 9.01 h 0.04 8- 01 ß -=100
128Sbm -84599 24 10 7 * 10.4 m 0.2 5+ 01 ß -=96.4 10; IT=3.6 10 *
128Te -88992.1 1.7 2.2 Yy 0.3 0+ 01 96Ta04 T IS=31.74 8; 2ß -=100 *
128Tem -86201.4 1.7 2790.7 0.4 370 ns 30 10+ 01 IT=100
128I -87738 4 24.99 m 0.02 1+ 01 ß -=93.1 8; ß +=6.9 8
128Im -87600 4 137.850 0.004 845 ns 20 4- 01 IT=100
128In -87571 4 167.367 0.005 175 ns 15 (6)- 01 IT=100
128Xe -89860.0 1.4 STABLE 0+ 01 IS=1.92 3
128Xem -87072.7 1.5 2787.3 0.4 83 ns 2 8- 01 IT=100
128Cs -85931 5 3.640 m 0.014 1+ 01 93Al03 T ß +=100 *
128Ba -85402 10 2.43 d 0.05 0+ 01 e =100
128La -78630 50 * 5.18 m 0.14 (5+) 01 ß +=100
128Lam -78530# 110# 100# 100# * < 1.4 m (1+,2-) 01 ß +=100
128Ce -75534 28 3.93 m 0.02 0+ 01 ß +=100
128Pr -66331 30 2.84 s 0.09 (3+) 01 99Xi03 J ß +=100; ß +p=? *
128Nd -60180# 200# 5# s 0+ 01 ß + ?; ß +p ? *
128Pm -48050# 400# 1.0 s 0.3 6+# 01 93Li40 D ß +˜100; ß +p ?; p=0 *
128Sm -39050# 500# 500# ms 0+ ß + ?; p ?
*128Inm T : 10µs < half-life < 20 ms, cf. ENSDF **
*128Sbm E : less than 20 keV above ground state, cf. ENSDF **
*128Te T : see also 92Be30=7.7(0.4) not used for consistency with 130Te (see below) **
*128Cs T : average 93Al03=3.66(0.02) 76He04=3.62(0.02) **
*128Pr D : from 85Wi07 **
*128Nd T : 83Ni05 gave 4(2) s. Proved, by 85Wi07, to be due to 128Pr, not to 128Nd **
*128Pm D : p=0 from 93Li40 J : as calculated by 02Xu11 **
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129Ag -52450# 400# * 44 ms 7 7/2+# 03 ß -=100; ß -n=?
129Agm -52450# 450# 0# 200# EU * 160 ms 1/2-# 03 ß – ?; ß -n ? *
129Cd -63200# 300# * 242 ms 8 3/2+# 96 03Pf.A TD ß -=100; ß -n=?
129Cdm -63200# 360# 0# 200# * 104 ms 6 11/2-# 03Pf.A TD ß -=100; ß -n=?
129In -72940 40 611 ms 4 9/2+# 96 93Ru01 T ß -=100; ß -n=0.25 5 *
129Inm -72560 70 380 70 BD 1.23 s 0.03 1/2-# 96 ß -˜100; IT 2 µs (15/2-) 96 IT=100
129Sbp -82489 21 2138.9 0.5 1.1 µs 0.1 (23/2+) 03Ge04 ETJ IT=100
129Te -87003.2 1.8 69.6 m 0.3 3/2+ 96 ß -=100
129Tem -86897.7 1.8 105.50 0.05 33.6 d 0.1 11/2- 96 IT=63 17; ß -=37 17
129I -88503 3 15.7 My 0.4 7/2+ 96 ß -=100
129Xe -88697.4 0.7 STABLE 1/2+ 96 IS=26.44 24
129Xem -88461.3 0.7 236.14 0.05 8.88 d 0.02 11/2- 96 IT=100
129Cs -87500 5 32.06 h 0.06 1/2+ 96 ß +=100
129Ba -85065 11 2.23 h 0.11 1/2+ 96 ß +=100
129Bam -85057 11 8.42 0.06 2.16 h 0.02 7/2+# 96 ß +˜100; IT=?
129La -81326 21 11.6 m 0.2 3/2+ 96 ß +=100
129Lam -81154 21 172.1 0.4 560 ms 50 11/2- 96 IT=100
129Ce -76287 28 3.5 m 0.3 (5/2+) 97 93Al03 T ß +=100 *
129Cem -76179 28 107.6 0.1 62 ns 5 (7/2-) 96 IT=100
129Pr -69774 30 & 30 s 4 (3/2+) 96 96Gi08 J ß +=100
129Prm -69390 30 382.7 0.5 & 1# ms (11/2-) 97Gi07 EJD IT=100
129Nd -62240# 200# 4.9 s 0.2 5/2+# 96 ß +=100; ß +p=?
129Pm -52950# 400# 3# s (>200 ns) 5/2+# 00So11 I ß + ?
129Sm -42250# 500# 550 ms 100 5/2+# 99Xu05 TD ß +=100
*129Ag I : the evaluators are not convinced by the identification arguments **
*129In T : average 93Ru01=611(5) 86Wa17=610(10) **
*129Inm D : . . . ; ß -n=2.5 5 **
*129Ce J : from 96Gi08 (5/2+ in ENSDF was from theory) **
130Ag -46160# 330# 50 ms 0+ 01 ß -=100; ß -n ?
130Cd -61570 280 162 ms 7 0+ 01 01Ha39 TD ß -=100; ß -n=3.5 10
130In -69890 40 * 290 ms 20 (1-) 01 ß -=100; ß -n=0.93 13
130Inm -69840 40 50 50 BD * 538 ms 5 10-# 01 93Ru01 T ß -=100; ß -n=1.65 15 *
130Inn -69490 50 400 60 BD 540 ms 10 (5+) 01 ß -=100; ß -n=1.65 15
130Sn -80139 11 3.72 m 0.07 0+ 01 ß -=100
130Snm -78192 11 1946.88 0.10 1.7 m 0.1 7-# 01 ß -=100
130Sb -82292 17 39.5 m 0.8 8-# 01 ß -=100
130Sbm -82287 17 4.80 0.20 6.3 m 0.2 (4,5)+ 01 ß -=100
130Te -87351.4 1.9 790 Ey 100 0+ 01 96Ta04 TD IS=34.08 62; 2ß -=100 *
130Tem -85205.0 1.9 2146.41 0.04 115 ns 8 (7)- 01 IT=100
130Ten -84690 7 2661 7 1.90 µs 0.08 (10+) 01 IT=100 *
130Tep -82976.0 2.6 4375.4 1.8 261 ns 33 01 IT=100
130I -86932 3 12.36 h 0.01 5+ 01 ß -=100
130Im -86892 3 39.9525 0.0013 8.84 m 0.06 2+ 01 IT=84 2; ß -=16 2
130Xe -89881.7 0.7 STABLE 0+ 01 IS=4.08 2
130Cs -86900 8 29.21 m 0.04 1+ 01 ß +=98.4; ß -=1.6
130Csm -86737 8 163.25 0.11 3.46 m 0.06 5- 01 IT˜100; ß +=0.16 2
130Csx -86873 17 27 15 R = .2 .1 fsmix
130Ba -87261.6 2.8 STABLE (>4.0 Zy) 0+ 01 96Ba24 T IS=0.106 1; 2ß + ?
130Bam -84786.5 2.8 2475.12 0.18 9.54 ms 0.14 8- 01 02Mo31 T IT=100 *
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. . . A-group continued . . .
130La -81628 26 8.7 m 0.1 3(+) 01 ß +=100
130Ce -79423 28 22.9 m 0.5 0+ 01 ß +=100
130Cem -76969 28 2453.6 0.3 100 ns 8 (7-) 01 IT=100
130Pr -71180 60 40.0 s 0.4 (6,7)(+#) 01 88Ba42 J ß +=100
130Prm -71080# 120# 100# 100# 10# s 2+# 01 88Ba42 J ß + ? *
130Nd -66596 28 21 s 3 0+ 01 01Gi17 T ß +=100 *
130Pm -55470# 300# 2.6 s 0.2 (5+,6+,4+) 01 99Xi03 J ß +=100; ß +p=?
130Sm -47580# 400# 1# s 0+ 01 ß + ?
130Eu -33940# 500# 1.1 ms 0.5 2+# 02Ma61 TD p=?; ß +=1#
*130Inm T : average 93Ru01=542(9) 85Re.A=532(6) and 86Wa17=550(10) **
*130Inm T : 76Lu02=580(10) at variance, not used **
*130Te T : see also numerous (not used) results in 95Tr07 **
*130Te T : treated by ENSDF’01 as a lower limit (not accepted by NUBASE) **
*130Ten E : less than 25 keV above 2648.57(0.22) (8+) level, see ENSDF’01 **
*130Bam T : others 66Br14=8.8(0.2) 69Wa.A=13.5(1.0) not used **
*130Prm J : 88Ba42: there is also a low-spin component in 130Pr activity **
*130Prm J : see also the discussion in 01Gi17 on three isomeric states in 130Pr **
*130Nd T : other conflicting data, not used: 00Xu08=13(3) 77Bo02=28(3) **
131Cd -55270# 300# 68 ms 3 7/2-# 00Ha55 TD ß -=100; ß -n=3.5 10
131In -68137 28 280 ms 30 (9/2+) 94 93Ru01 D ß -=100; ß -n=2.2 3
131Inm -67790 40 350 40 BD 350 ms 50 (1/2-) 94 ß -˜100; . . . *
131Inn -64040 70 4100 70 BD 320 ms 60 (19..23/2+) 94 ß ->99; . . . *
131Sn -77314 21 56.0 s 0.5 (3/2+) 94 ß -=100
131Snm -77230# 40# 80# 30# 58.4 s 0.5 (11/2-) 94 01Si.A E ß -=100; IT<0.0004# *
131Sb -81988 21 23.03 m 0.04 (7/2+) 94 ß -=100
131Te -85209.5 1.9 25.0 m 0.1 3/2+ 94 ß -=100
131Tem -85027.3 1.9 182.250 0.020 30 h 2 11/2- 94 ß -=77.8 16;IT=22.2 16
131I -87444.4 1.1 8.02070 d 0.00011 7/2+ 94 ß -=100
131Xe -88415.2 1.0 STABLE 3/2+ 94 IS=21.18 3
131Xem -88251.3 1.0 163.930 0.008 11.84 d 0.07 11/2- 94 IT=100
131Cs -88060 5 9.689 d 0.016 5/2+ 94 e =100
131Ba -86683.8 2.8 11.50 d 0.06 1/2+ 94 ß +=100
131Bam -86496.7 2.8 187.14 0.12 14.6 m 0.2 9/2- 94 IT=100
131La -83769 28 59 m 2 3/2+ 94 ß +=100
131Lam -83464 28 304.52 0.24 170 µs 10 11/2- 94 IT=100
131Ce -79720 30 10.2 m 0.3 (7/2+) 99 ß +=100
131Cem -79660 30 61.8 0.1 5.0 m 1.0 (1/2+) 99 96Gi08 E ß +=100
131Cen -79560 30 162.00 0.09 70 ns 5 (9/2-)
131Pr -74280 50 1.50 m 0.03 (3/2+) 94 96Gi08 T ß +=100 *
131Prm -74130 50 152.4 0.2 5.7 s 0.2 (11/2-) 94 96Ge12 ED IT=96.4 12; ß +=3.6 12
131Nd -67769 28 33 s 3 (5/2)(+#) 94 96Ge12 T ß +=100; ß +p=?
131Ndm -67412 28 357 3 50 ns (7/2-) 94 96Ge12 J IT=100
131Pm -59740# 200# 6.3 s 0.8 5/2+# 94 99Ga41 T ß +=100; ß +p ?
131Sm -50200# 300# 1.2 s 0.2 5/2+# 94 ß +=100; ß +p=?
131Eu -39350# 400# 17.8 ms 1.9 3/2+ 02 p=?; ß +=12#
*131Inm D : . . . ; ß -n=2.0 4; IT=0.018 **
*131Inn D : . . . ; ß -n=0.028 5; IT300 Ey) 0+ 94 96Ba24 T IS=0.101 1; 2ß + ?
132La -83740 40 4.8 h 0.2 2- 94 ß +=100
132Lam -83550 40 188.18 0.11 24.3 m 0.5 6- 94 IT=76; ß +=24
132Ce -82474 21 3.51 h 0.11 0+ 99 ß +=100
132Cem -80133 21 2340.8 0.5 9.4 ms 0.3 (8-) 99 01Mo05 TJ IT=100
132Pr -75210 60 * 1.49 m 0.11 (2+) 01 94Bu18 TJ ß +=100 *
132Prm -75210# 120# 0# 100# * 20# s (5+) 90Ko25 J ß + ?
132Nd -71426 24 1.56 m 0.10 0+ 97 95Bu11 T ß +=100 *
132Pm -61710# 200# 6.3 s 0.7 (3+) 92 ß +=100; ß +p˜5e–5
132Sm -55250# 300# 4.0 s 0.3 0+ 92 ß +=100; ß +p ?
132Eu -42500# 400# 100# ms 93Li40 D ß + ?; p=0
*132Pr T : average 94Bu18=1.47(0.12) 74Ar27=1.6(0.3) **
*132Nd T : average 95Bu11=1.47(0.12) 77Bo02=1.75(0.17) **
133In -57930# 300# 165 ms 3 (9/2+) 02 96Ho16 J ß -=100; ß -n=85 10 *
133Inm -57600# 300# 330# 40# 180# ms (1/2-) 96Ho16 J IT ?
133Sn -70950 40 1.45 s 0.03 7/2-# 98 93Ru01 D ß -=100; ß -n=0.0294 24
133Sb -78943 25 2.5 m 0.1 (7/2+) 95 ß -=100
133Te -82945 24 12.5 m 0.3 (3/2+) 95 ß -=100
133Tem -82611 24 334.26 0.04 55.4 m 0.4 (11/2-) 95 ß -=82.5 30; IT=17.5 30
133I -85887 5 20.8 h 0.1 7/2+ 95 ß -=100
133Im -84253 5 1634.174 0.017 9 s 2 (19/2-) 95 IT=100
133Xe -87643.6 2.4 5.2475 d 0.0005 3/2+ 95 02Un02 T ß -=100
133Xem -87410.4 2.4 233.221 0.018 2.19 d 0.01 11/2- 95 IT=100
133Cs -88070.958 0.022 STABLE 7/2+ 95 IS=100.
133Ba -87553.5 1.0 10.51 y 0.05 1/2+ 95 e =100
133Bam -87265.3 1.0 288.247 0.009 38.9 h 0.1 11/2- 95 IT˜100; e =0.0096 11
133La -85494 28 3.912 h 0.008 5/2+ 95 ß +=100
133Lam -84958 28 535.60 0.02 62 ns 3 11/2-
133Ce -82423 16 97 m 4 1/2+ 97 ß +=100
133Cem -82386 16 37.1 0.8 4.9 h 0.4 9/2- 97 ß +=100
133Pr -77938 12 6.5 m 0.3 (3/2+) 97 ß +=100
133Prm -77746 12 192.05 0.14 1.1 µs 0.2 (11/2-) 97 01Xu04 T IT=100
133Nd -72330 50 70 s 10 (7/2+) 97 ß +=100
133Ndm -72200 50 127.97 0.11 70 s (1/2)+ 97 95Br24 D ß +˜100; IT=?
133Ndn -72150 50 176.10 0.10 300 ns (9/2-) 97 IT=100
133Pm -65410 50 & 15 s 3 (3/2+) 95 96Ga17 J ß +=100
133Pmm -65280 50 130.4 1.0 & 10# s (11/2-) 96Ga17 EJ ß + ?; IT ? *
133Sm -57130# 200# 2.90 s 0.17 (5/2+) 01 01Xu04 T ß +=100; ß +p=? *
133Eu -47280# 300# 200# ms 11/2-# ß + ?
*133In D : ß -n intensity is from 93Ru01 **
*133Pmm E : combining ? s from Table 1: 214.7 + 357.7 + 453.8 – 252.8 – 643(1) **
*133Sm T : average 01Xu04=3.1(0.5) 85Wi07=2.8(0.2) 77Bo02=3.2(0.4) **
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134In -52020# 400# 140 ms 4 high 02 96Ho16 J ß -=100; ß -n=65; . . . *
134Sn -66800 100 1.12 s 0.08 0+ 94 ß -=100; ß -n=17 13
134Sb -74170 40 * 780 ms 60 (0-) 95 ß -=100
134Sbm -74090 100 80 110 BD* 10.22 s 0.09 (7-) 95 ß -=100; ß -n=0.091 8
134Te -82559 11 41.8 m 0.8 0+ 98 ß -=100
134Tem -80868 11 1691.24 0.17 164 ns 1 6+ 98 IT=100
134I -84072 8 52.5 m 0.2 (4)+ 94 ß -=100
134Im -83756 8 316.49 0.22 3.60 m 0.10 (8)- 94 IT=97.7 10; ß -=2.3 10
134Xe -88124.5 0.8 STABLE (>11 Py) 0+ 94 89Ba22 T IS=10.44 10; 2ß – ?
134Xem -86159.0 0.9 1965.5 0.5 290 ms 17 7- 94 IT=100
134Cs -86891.181 0.026 2.0648 y 0.0010 4+ 94 ß -=100; e =0.0003 1
134Csm -86752.437 0.026 138.7441 0.0026 2.903 h 0.008 8- 94 IT=100
134Ba -88949.9 0.4 STABLE 0+ 95 IS=2.417 18
134La -85219 20 6.45 m 0.16 1+ 94 ß +=100
134Ce -84836 20 3.16 d 0.04 0+ 94 e =100
134Pr -78510 40 & 11 m (5-) 94 ß +=100
134Prm -78510# 110# 0# 100# & 17 m 2 2- 94 ß +=100
134Nd -75646 12 8.5 m 1.5 0+ 99 ß +=100
134Ndm -73353 12 2293.1 0.4 410 µs 30 (8)- 99 IT=100
134Pm -66740 60 * 22 s 1 (5+) 94 ß +=100
134Pmm -66740# 120# 0# 100# * 5 s (2+) 94 ß +=100
134Sm -61510# 200# 10 s 1 0+ 94 ß +=100
134Eu -49830# 200# 500 ms 200 94 ß +=100; ß +p=?
134Gd -41570# 400# 400# ms 0+ ß + ?
*134In D : . . . ; ß -2n99.97; IT10 Zy) 0+ 02 02Be74 T IS=8.87 16; 2ß – ?
136Xem -84533 7 1891.703 0.014 2.95 µs 0.09 6+ 02 IT=100
136Cs -86338.7 1.9 * 13.16 d 0.03 5+ 02 ß -=100
136Csm -85821 5 518 5 * 19 s 2 8- 02 83We07 E IT=?; ß – ?
136Ba -88886.9 0.4 STABLE 0+ 02 IS=7.854 24
136Bam -86856.4 0.4 2030.466 0.018 308.4 ms 1.9 7- 02 IT=100
136La -86040 50 9.87 m 0.03 1+ 02 ß +=100
136Lam -85790 50 255 9 114 ms 3 (8)(-#) 02 ABBW E IT=100 *
136Ce -86468 13 STABLE (>38 Py) 0+ 02 01Da22 T IS=0.185 2; 2ß + ?
136Cem -83373 13 3095.5 0.4 2.2 µs 0.2 10+ 02 IT=100
136Pr -81327 12 13.1 m 0.1 2+ 02 ß +=100
136Prm -80732 12 594.62 0.22 91.7 ns 0.9 (6)+ 02 IT=100
136Nd -79199 12 50.7 m 0.3 0+ 02 ß +=100
136Pm -71200 80 * & 107 s 6 (5-) 02 ß +=100
136Pmm -71070 90 130 120 BD *& 47 s 2 (2+) 02 ß +=100
136Sm -66811 12 47 s 2 0+ 02 ß +=100
136Smm -64546 12 2264.7 1.1 15 µs 1 (8-) 02 IT=100
136Eu -56260# 200# * 3.3 s 0.3 (7+) 02 89Vi04 D ß +=100; ß +p=0.09 3
136Eum -56260# 540# 0# 500# * 3.8 s 0.3 (3+) 02 89Vi04 D ß +=100; ß +p=0.09 3
136Gd -49050# 400# 1# s (>200 ns) 0+ 02 00So11 I ß + ?
136Tb -35970# 600# 200# ms 02 ß + ?
*136Sb D : . . . ; ß -2n=0.28# **
*136Lam E : approx. 10-40 keV above 230.1 level, from ENSDF’02, thus 230.1 + 25(9) **
137Sn -50310# 600# 190 ms 60 5/2-# 02 ß -=100; ß -n=58 15
137Sb -60260# 400# 450 ms 50 7/2+# 94 02Sh08 TD ß -=100; ß -n=49 10
137Te -69560 120 2.49 s 0.05 3/2-# 94 93Ru01 D ß -=100; ß -n=2.99 16
137I -76503 28 24.13 s 0.12 (7/2+) 94 93Ru01 TD ß -=100; ß -n=7.14 23 *
137Xe -82379 7 3.818 m 0.013 7/2- 94 ß -=100
137Cs -86545.6 0.5 30.1671 y 0.0013 7/2+ 01 02Un02 T ß -=100
137Ba -87721.2 0.4 STABLE 3/2+ 97 IS=11.232 24
137Bam -87059.5 0.4 661.659 0.003 2.552 m 0.001 11/2- 97 IT=100
137La -87101 13 60 ky 20 7/2+ 94 e =100
137Ce -85879 13 9.0 h 0.3 3/2+ 94 ß +=100
137Cem -85625 13 254.29 0.05 34.4 h 0.3 11/2- 94 IT=99.22 3; ß +=0.78 3
137Pr -83177 12 1.28 h 0.03 5/2+ 94 ß +=100
137Prm -82616 12 561.22 0.23 2.66 µs 11/2-
137Nd -79580 11 38.5 m 1.5 1/2+ 01 ß +=100
137Ndm -79061 11 519.43 0.17 1.60 s 0.15 (11/2-) 01 IT=100
137Pm -74073 13 & 2# m 5/2+# ß + ?
137Pmm -73920 50 150 50 BD & 2.4 m 0.1 11/2- 94 ß +=100
137Sm -68030 40 45 s 1 (9/2-) 94 ß +=100
137Smm -67850# 60# 180# 50# 20# s 1/2+# ß + ?
137Eu -60020# 200# 8.4 s 0.5 11/2-# 94 88Be.A T ß +=100
137Gd -51210# 400# 2.2 s 0.2 7/2+# 94 99Xu05 T ß +=100; ß +p=?
137Tb -41000# 600# 600# ms 11/2-# 96 p ?; ß + ?
*137I T : supersedes 74Ru08=24.5(0.2) from same group **
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(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
138Sb -55150# 300# 500# ms (>300 ns) 2-# 03 94Be24 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
138Te -65930# 210# 1.4 s 0.4 0+ 03 ß -=100; ß -n=6.3 21
138I -72330 80 6.23 s 0.03 (2-) 03 93Ru01 D ß -=100; ß -n=5.46 18
138Xe -80150 40 14.08 m 0.08 0+ 03 ß -=100
138Cs -82887 9 33.41 m 0.18 3- 03 ß -=100
138Csm -82807 9 79.9 0.3 2.91 m 0.08 6- 03 IT=81 2; ß -=19 2
138Csx -82847 25 40 23 R =? fsmix
138Ba -88261.6 0.4 STABLE 0+ 03 IS=71.698 42
138Bam -86171.1 0.4 2090.54 0.06 800 ns 100 6+ 03 IT=100
138La -86525 4 102 Gy 1 5+ 03 IS=0.090 1; . . . *
138Lam -86452 4 72.57 0.03 116 ns 5 (3)+ 03 IT=100
138Ce -87569 10 STABLE (>150 Ty) 0+ 03 01Da22 T IS=0.251 2; 2ß + ?
138Cem -85440 10 2129.17 0.12 8.65 ms 0.20 7- 03 IT=100
138Pr -83132 14 1.45 m 0.05 1+ 03 ß +=100
138Prm -82783 17 348 23 BD 2.12 h 0.04 7- 03 ß +=100
138Nd -82018 12 5.04 h 0.09 0+ 03 ß +=100
138Ndm -78843 12 3174.9 0.4 410 ns 50 (10+) 03 IT=100
138Pm -74940 27 * 10 s 2 1+# 03 ß +=100
138Pmm -74911 13 30 30 BD * 3.24 m 0.05 5-# 03 ß +=100
138Pmn non existent EU 3.24 m 0.05 (3+) 81De38 I ß +=100 *
138Sm -71498 12 3.1 m 0.2 0+ 03 ß +=100
138Eu -61750 28 12.1 s 0.6 (6-) 03 ß +=100
138Gd -55780# 200# 4.7 s 0.9 0+ 03 ß +=100
138Gdm -53550# 200# 2232.7 1.1 6 µs 1 (8-) 03
138Tb -43630# 400# 800# ms (>200 ns) 03 00So11 I ß + ?; p=0 *
138Dy -34940# 600# 200# ms 0+ ß + ?
*138La D : . . . ; ß +=65.6 5; ß -=34.4 5 **
*138Pmn D : arguments for a second isomer, of intermediate spin, are not convincing **
*138Tb D : from 93Li40 **
139Sb -50320# 500# 300# ms (>300 ns) 7/2+# 01 94Be24 I ß – ?
139Te -60800# 400# 500# ms (>300 ns) 5/2-# 01 94Be24 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
139I -68840 30 2.282 s 0.010 7/2+# 01 93Ru01 T ß -=100; ß -n=10.0 3 *
139Xe -75644 21 39.68 s 0.14 3/2- 01 ß -=100
139Cs -80701 3 9.27 m 0.05 7/2+ 01 ß -=100
139Ba -84913.7 0.4 83.1 m 0.3 (7/2-) 01 ß -=100
139La -87231.4 2.4 STABLE 7/2+ 01 IS=99.910 1
139Ce -86952 7 137.641 d 0.020 3/2+ 01 e =100
139Cem -86198 7 754.24 0.08 56.54 s 0.13 11/2- 01 94It.A T IT=100
139Pr -84823 8 4.41 h 0.04 5/2+ 01 ß +=100
139Nd -81992 26 29.7 m 0.5 3/2+ 01 ß +=100
139Ndm -81761 26 231.15 0.05 5.50 h 0.20 11/2- 01 ß +=88.2 4; IT=11.8 4
139Pm -77496 13 4.15 m 0.05 (5/2)+ 01 ß +=100
139Pmm -77307 13 188.7 0.3 180 ms 20 (11/2)- 01 IT˜100; ß +=0.16#
139Sm -72380 11 2.57 m 0.10 1/2+ 01 ß +=100
139Smm -71923 11 457.40 0.22 10.7 s 0.6 11/2- 01 IT=93.7 5; ß +=6.3 5
139Eu -65398 13 17.9 s 0.6 (11/2)- 01 ß +=100
139Gd -57530# 200# * 5.7 s 0.3 9/2-# 01 99Xi04 T ß +=100; ß +p=? *
139Gdm -57280# 250# 250# 150# * 4.8 s 0.9 1/2+# 01 ß +=100; ß +p=? *
139Tb -48170# 300# 1.6 s 0.2 11/2-# 01 ß +=100; ß +p ?
139Dy -37690# 500# 600 ms 200 7/2+# 01 ß +=100; ß +p ?
*139I T : average 93Ru01=2.280(0.011) 80Al15=2.29(0.02) **
*139Gd T : average 99Xi04=5.8(0.9) 88Be.A=5.8(0.4); other 83Ni05=4.9(1.0) not used **
*139Gd T : since it corresponds to a mixture of ground-state and isomer **
*139Gdm D : assuming that the delayed protons reported by 83Ni05 are from both states **
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(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
140Te -56960# 300# 300# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 98 94Be24 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
140I -64270# 200# 860 ms 40 (3)(-#) 95 ß -=100; ß -n=9.3 10
140Xe -72990 60 13.60 s 0.10 0+ 02 ß -=100
140Cs -77051 8 63.7 s 0.3 1- 95 ß -=100
140Ba -83271 8 12.752 d 0.003 0+ 98 ß -=100
140La -84321.0 2.4 1.6781 d 0.0003 3- 95 ß -=100
140Ce -88083.3 2.5 STABLE 0+ 95 IS=88.450 51
140Cem -85975.5 2.5 2107.85 0.03 7.3 µs 1.5 6+
140Pr -84695 6 3.39 m 0.01 1+ 95 ß +=100
140Prm -83932 6 763.3 0.7 3.05 µs 0.20 (8)-
140Nd -84252 28 3.37 d 0.02 0+ 95 e =100
140Ndm -82031 28 2221.4 0.1 600 µs 50 7- 95 IT=100
140Pm -78210 40 9.2 s 0.2 1+ 95 ß +=100
140Pmm -77783 13 420 40 BD 5.95 m 0.05 8- 95 ß +=100
140Sm -75456 12 14.82 m 0.12 0+ 95 ß +=100
140Eu -66990 50 1.51 s 0.02 1+ 95 ß +=100
140Eum -66780 50 210 15 125 ms 2 5-# 95 ABBW E IT˜100; ß +300 ns) 5/2-# 01 94Be24 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
141I -60520# 200# 430 ms 20 7/2+# 01 ß -=100; ß -n=21 3
141Xe -68330 90 1.73 s 0.01 5/2(-#) 01 ß -=100; ß -n=0.044 5
141Cs -74477 11 24.84 s 0.16 7/2+ 01 ß -=100; ß -n=0.035 3
141Ba -79726 8 18.27 m 0.07 3/2- 01 ß -=100
141La -82938 5 3.92 h 0.03 (7/2+) 01 ß -=100
141Ce -85440.1 2.5 32.508 d 0.013 7/2- 01 ß -=100
141Pr -86020.9 2.5 STABLE 5/2+ 01 IS=100.
141Nd -84198 4 2.49 h 0.03 3/2+ 01 ß +=100
141Ndm -83441 4 756.51 0.05 62.0 s 0.8 11/2- 01 70Ab05 D IT˜100; ß +=0.032 8
141Pm -80523 14 20.90 m 0.05 5/2+ 01 ß +=100
141Pmm -79895 14 628.40 0.10 630 ns 20 11/2- 01 IT=100
141Sm -75939 9 10.2 m 0.2 1/2+ 01 ß +=100
141Smm -75763 9 176.0 0.3 22.6 m 0.2 11/2- 01 ß +˜100; IT=0.31 3
141Eu -69927 13 40.7 s 0.7 5/2+ 01 ß +=100
141Eum -69831 13 96.45 0.07 2.7 s 0.3 11/2- 01 IT=86 3; ß +=14 3
141Gd -63224 20 14 s 4 (1/2+) 01 ß +=100; ß +p=0.03 1
141Gdm -62846 20 377.8 0.2 24.5 s 0.5 (11/2-) 01 ß +=89 2; IT=11 2
141Tb -54540 110 * 3.5 s 0.2 (5/2-) 01 ß +=100
141Tbm -54540# 230# 0# 200# EU * 7.9 s 0.6 11/2-# 01 88Be.A I ß +=100 *
141Dy -45320# 300# 900 ms 200 (9/2-) 01 ß +=100; ß +p=?
141Ho -34370# 500# 4.1 ms 0.3 (7/2-) 02 p=?; ß +=1#
141Hom -34300# 500# 66 2 6.4 µs 0.8 (1/2+) 02 01Se03 ET p=100 *
*141Tbm I : existence discussed in 88Be.A. Provisionally accepted **
*141Hom T : from 01Se03=6.5(+0.7–0.9) **
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(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
142Te -47430# 600# 50# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 00 94Be24 I ß – ?
142I -55720# 400# 200 ms 2-# 00 ß -=100; ß -n=25#
142Xe -65480 100 1.22 s 0.02 0+ 00 03Be05 TD ß -=100; ß -n=0.36 3
142Cs -70515 11 1.689 s 0.011 0- 00 93Ru01 T ß -=100; ß -n=0.090 4 *
142Ba -77823 6 10.6 m 0.2 0+ 00 ß -=100 *
142La -80035 6 91.1 m 0.5 2- 00 ß -=100
142Ce -84538.5 3.0 STABLE (>50 Py) 0+ 00 IS=11.114 51; a ?; 2ß – ? *
142Pr -83792.7 2.5 19.12 h 0.04 2- 00 ß -˜100; e =0.0164 8
142Prm -83789.0 2.5 3.694 0.003 14.6 m 0.5 5- 00 IT=100
142Nd -85955.2 2.3 STABLE 0+ 00 IS=27.2 5
142Pm -81157 25 40.5 s 0.5 1+ 00 ß +=100
142Pmm -80274 25 883.17 0.16 2.0 ms 0.2 (8)- 00 IT=100
142Sm -78993 6 72.49 m 0.05 0+ 00 ß +=100
142Eu -71320 30 2.36 s 0.10 1+ 00 91Fi03 T ß +=100 *
142Eum -70856 12 460 30 BD 1.223 m 0.008 8- 00 ß +=100
142Gd -66960 28 70.2 s 0.6 0+ 00 ß +=100
142Tb -57060# 300# 597 ms 17 1+ 00 ß +=100; ß +p=0.0022 11
142Tbm -56780# 300# 280.2 1.0 303 ms 17 (5-) 00 IT˜100; ß +260 Py **
*142Eu T : average 91Fi03=2.34(0.12) 75Ke08=2.4(0.2) **
143I -51640# 400# 100# ms (>300 ns) 7/2+# 02 94Be24 I ß – ?; ß -n=40#
143Xe -60450# 200# 511 ms 6 5/2- 02 03Be05 TD ß -=100; ß -n=1.00 15
143Cs -67671 24 1.791 s 0.007 3/2+ 02 ß -=100; ß -n=1.64 7
143Ba -73936 13 14.5 s 0.3 5/2- 02 ß -=100
143La -78187 15 14.2 m 0.1 (7/2)+ 02 ß -=100
143Ce -81612.0 3.0 33.039 h 0.006 3/2- 02 ß -=100
143Pr -83073.5 2.6 13.57 d 0.02 7/2+ 02 ß -=100
143Nd -84007.4 2.3 STABLE 7/2- 02 IS=12.2 2
143Pm -82966 3 265 d 7 5/2+ 02 e =100; e+<5.7e–6
143Pmm -82006 3 959.73 0.13 24.0 ns 0.7 11/2- 02 IT=100
143Sm -79523 4 8.75 m 0.08 3/2+ 02 ß +=100
143Smm -78769 4 753.99 0.16 66 s 2 11/2- 02 IT˜100; ß +=0.24 6
143Smn -76729 4 2793.8 0.13 30 ms 3 23/2(-) 02 IT=100
143Eu -74242 11 2.59 m 0.02 5/2+ 02 ß +=100
143Eum -73852 11 389.51 0.04 50.0 µs 0.5 11/2- 02 IT=100
143Gd -68230 200 39 s 2 (1/2)+ 02 78Fi02 D ß +=100; ß +p=?; ß +a=? *
143Gdm -68080 200 152.6 0.5 110.0 s 1.4 (11/2-) 02 78Fi02 D ß +=100; ß +p=?; ß +a=?
143Tb -60430 60 * 12 s 1 (11/2-) 01 ß +=100
143Tbm -60430# 120# 0# 100# * 200 ns) 11/2-# 01 00So11 I ß + ?
143Er -31350# 600# 200# ms 9/2-# ß + ?
*143Gd D : 78Fi02: ß +p and/or ß +a for 143Gd+143Gdm=0.001%, 39 particles detected **
*143Dy T : others: 84Ni03=3.2(0.6) 83Ni05=4.1(0.3) in two different experiments **
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(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
144I -46580# 500# 50# ms (>300 ns) 1-# 01 94Be24 I ß – ?; ß -n=40#
144Xe -57280# 300# 388 ms 7 0+ 01 03Be05 TD ß -=100; ß -n=3.0 3
144Cs -63270 26 * 994 ms 4 1(-#) 01 ß -=100; ß -n=3.20 21
144Csm -62970# 200# 300# 200# * 3) 01 ß -=?; IT ?
144Ba -71769 13 11.5 s 0.2 0+ 01 ß -=100 *
144La -74890 50 40.8 s 0.4 (3-) 01 ß -=100
144Ce -80437 3 284.91 d 0.05 0+ 01 ß -=100
144Pr -80756 3 17.28 m 0.05 0- 01 ß -=100
144Prm -80697 3 59.03 0.03 7.2 m 0.3 3- 01 IT˜100; ß -=0.07
144Nd -83753.2 2.3 2.29 Py 0.16 0+ 01 IS=23.8 3; a=100
144Pm -81421 3 363 d 14 5- 01 94Hi05 D e =100; e+200 ns) 0+ 01 00So11 I ß + ?
*144Ba D : ß -n=3.6 7 in ENSDF’01 belongs in fact to 144Cs **
145Xe -52100# 300# 188 ms 4 3/2-# 97 03Be05 TD ß -=100; ß -n=5.0 6
145Cs -60057 11 582 ms 6 3/2+ 93 93Ru01 TD ß -=100; ß -n=14.3 8 *
145Ba -67410 70 4.31 s 0.16 5/2- 98 ß -=100
145La -72990 90 24.8 s 2.0 (5/2+) 98 96Ur02 J ß -=100
145Ce -77100 40 3.01 m 0.06 (3/2)- 93 ß -=100
145Pr -79632 7 5.984 h 0.010 7/2+ 93 ß -=100
145Nd -81437.1 2.3 STABLE 7/2- 93 IS=8.3 1
145Pm -81274 3 17.7 y 0.4 5/2+ 93 e =100; a=2.8e–7
145Sm -80657.7 2.8 340 d 3 7/2- 02 e =100
145Smm -71871.5 2.9 8786.2 0.7 990 ns 170 (49/2+) 02 IT=100
145Eu -77998 4 5.93 d 0.04 5/2+ 93 ß +=100
145Eum -77282 4 716.0 0.3 490 ns 11/2- 93 IT=100
145Gd -72927 19 23.0 m 0.4 1/2+ 01 ß +=100
145Gdm -72178 19 749.1 0.2 85 s 3 11/2- 01 IT=94.3 5; ß +=5.7 5
145Tb -65880 60 * 20# m (3/2+) 96 93To04 J ß + ?
145Tbm -65880# 120# 0# 100# * 30.9 s 0.7 (11/2-) 96 93Al03 T ß +=100 *
145Dy -58290 50 9.5 s 1.0 (1/2+) 93 93Al03 T ß +=100; ß +p=? *
145Dym -58170 50 118.2 0.2 14.1 s 0.7 (11/2-) 93 93To04 T ß +=100 *
145Ho -49180# 300# * 2.4 s 0.1 (11/2-) 93 ß +=100
145Hom -49080# 320# 100# 100# * 100# ms 5/2+# ß + ?; IT ?
145Er -39690# 400# 900 ms 300 1/2+# 98 ß +=100; ß +p=?
145Tm -27880# 400# 3.1 µs 0.3 (11/2-) 02 98Ba13 TJ p=100 *
*145Cs T : average 93Ru01=579(6) 82Ra13=594(13) **
*145Tbm T : average 93Al03=31.6(0.6) 82No08=29.5(1.0) and 82Al07=29.5(1.5) **
*145Dy T : average 93Al03=10.5(1.5) 93To04=6(2) and 84Sc.C=10(1) **
*145Dym T : average 93To04=14.5(1.0) 82No08=13.6(1.0) **
*145Tm T : average 03Ka04=3.1(0.3) 98Ba13=3.5(1.0) J : not adopted by ENSDF’02 **
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(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
146Xe -48670# 400# 146 ms 6 0+ 97 03Be05 TD ß -=100; ß -n=6.9 15
146Cs -55620 70 323 ms 6 1- 97 93Ru01 T ß -=100; ß -n=14.2 5 *
146Ba -65000 70 2.22 s 0.07 0+ 97 93Ru01 D ß -=100 *
146La -69120 70 * 6.27 s 0.10 2- 97 93Ru01 D ß -=100 *
146Lam -68990 150 130 130 * 10.0 s 0.1 (6-) 97 79Ke02 E ß -=100 *
146Ce -75680 70 13.52 m 0.13 0+ 97 ß -=100
146Pr -76710 60 24.15 m 0.18 (2)- 97 ß -=100
146Nd -80931.1 2.3 STABLE 0+ 97 IS=17.2 3; 2ß – ?; a ?
146Pm -79460 5 5.53 y 0.05 3- 99 e =66.0 13; ß -=34.0 13
146Sm -81002 4 103 My 5 0+ 97 a=100
146Eu -77122 6 4.61 d 0.03 4- 97 ß +=100
146Eum -76456 6 666.37 0.16 235 µs 3 9+ 97 IT=100
146Gd -76093 5 48.27 d 0.10 0+ 01 e =100
146Tb -67770 50 * 8 s 4 1+ 97 ß +=100
146Tbm -67620# 110# 150# 100# * 24.1 s 0.5 5- 97 93Al03 T ß +=100
146Tbn -66840# 110# 930# 100# 1.18 ms 0.02 (10+) 97 IT=100 *
146Dy -62554 27 33.2 s 0.7 0+ 97 93Al03 T ß +=100
146Dym -59618 27 2935.7 0.6 150 ms 20 10+# 97 IT=100
146Ho -51570# 200# 3.6 s 0.3 (10+) 97 ß +=100; ß +p=?
146Er -44710# 300# 1.7 s 0.6 0+ 97 93To05 D ß +=100; ß +p=?
146Tm -31280# 400# 240 ms 30 (6-) 02 p˜100; ß + ?
146Tmm -31200# 400# 71 6 p 72 ms 23 (10+) 02 p=?; ß +=16#
*146Cs T : average 93Ru01=321(2) 76Lu02=343(7) **
*146Ba D : 93Ru01 ß -n<0.02% is not relevant since Q(ß -n) is negative: =–190(100) **
*146La D : 93Ru01 ß -n<0.007% is not relevant since Q(ß -n) is negative: =–180(80) **
*146Lam E : derived from Q(146Lam)=6660(120) in 79Ke02 **
*146Tbn E : 779.6 keV above 146Tbm, from ENSDF **
147Xe -43260# 400# 130 ms 80 3/2-# 98 03Be05 TD ß -=100; ß -n=4.0 23 *
147Cs -52020 50 225 ms 5 (3/2+) 92 93Ru01 D ß -=100; ß -n=28.5 17
147Ba -60600# 210# 893 ms 1 (3/2+) 98 93Ru01 D ß -=100 *
147La -66850 50 4.015 s 0.008 (5/2+) 98 93Ru01 D ß -=100; ß -n=0.040 3 *
147Ce -72030 30 56.4 s 1.0 (5/2-) 92 ß -=100
147Pr -75455 23 13.4 m 0.4 (3/2+) 92 ß -=100
147Nd -78151.9 2.3 10.98 d 0.01 5/2- 92 ß -=100
147Pm -79047.9 2.4 2.6234 y 0.0002 7/2+ 96 ß -=100
147Sm -79272.1 2.4 106.0 Gy 1.1 7/2- 92 70Gu14 T IS=14.99 18; a=100 *
147Eu -77550 3 24.1 d 0.6 5/2+ 99 ß +˜100; a=0.0022 6
147Gd -75363 3 38.06 h 0.12 7/2- 99 ß +=100
147Gdm -66775 3 8587.8 0.4 510 ns 20 (49/2+) 99 IT=100
147Tb -70752 12 1.64 h 0.03 1/2+# 99 97Wa04 T ß +=100
147Tbm -70701 12 50.6 0.9 1.87 m 0.05 (11/2)- 99 93Al03 T ß +=100 *
147Dy -64188 20 40 s 10 1/2+ 92 84To07 D ß +=100; ß +p˜0.05
147Dym -63438 20 750.5 0.4 55 s 1 11/2- 92 ß +=65 4; IT=35 4
147Ho -55837 28 5.8 s 0.4 (11/2-) 92 ß +=100; ß +p ?
147Er -47050# 300# *& 2.5 s (1/2+) 92 ß +=100; ß +p=?
147Erm -46950# 300# 100# 50# * & 2.5 s 0.2 (11/2-) 92 ß +=100 *
147Tm -36370# 300# 580 ms 30 11/2- 02 ß +=85 5; p=15 5
147Tmm -36300# 300# 60 5 p 360 µs 40 3/2+ 02 p=100
*147Xe D : from ß -n3.0 Ey) 0+ 00 82Be20 T IS=5.7 1; 2ß – ?; a ?
148Pm -76872 6 5.368 d 0.002 1- 00 ß -=100
148Pmm -76734 6 137.9 0.3 41.29 d 0.11 5-,6- 00 ß -=95.8 6; IT=4.2 6
148Sm -79342.2 2.4 7 Py 3 0+ 00 IS=11.24 10; a=100
148Eu -76302 10 54.5 d 0.5 5- 00 ß +=100; a=9.4e–7 28
148Gd -76275.8 2.8 74.6 y 3.0 0+ 00 a=100; 2ß + ?
148Tb -70540 14 60 m 1 2- 00 ß +=100
148Tbm -70450 14 90.1 0.3 2.20 m 0.05 (9)+ 00 ß +=100
148Tbn -61921 14 8618.6 1.0 1.310 µs 0.007 (27+) 00 IT=100
148Dy -67859 11 3.3 m 0.2 0+ 00 ß +=100
148Ho -58020 130 2.2 s 1.1 (1+) 00 ß +=100
148Hom -57620# 160# 400# 100# 9.49 s 0.12 (6)- 00 93Al03 T ß +=100; ß +p=0.08 1 *
148Hon -57330# 160# 690# 100# 2.35 ms 0.04 (10+) 00 IT=100 *
148Er -51650# 200# 4.6 s 0.2 0+ 00 ß +=100; ß +p˜0.15
148Tm -39270# 400# 700 ms 200 (10+) 00 ß +=100
148Yb -30350# 600# 250# ms 0+ ß + ?
*148Prm E : derived from ENSDF estimate E50 ms) 3/2+# 95 87Ra12 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
149Ba -53490# 200# 344 ms 7 3/2-# 95 ß -=100; ß -n=0.43 12
149La -60800# 320# 1.05 s 0.03 5/2+# 95 93Ru01 D ß -=100; ß -n=1.4 3
149Ce -66700 100 5.3 s 0.2 3/2-# 98 ß -=100
149Pr -71060 80 2.26 m 0.07 (5/2+) 95 ß -=100
149Nd -74380.9 2.8 1.728 h 0.001 5/2- 95 ß -=100
149Pm -76071 4 53.08 h 0.05 7/2+ 95 ß -=100
149Pmm -75831 4 240.214 0.007 35 µs 3 11/2-
149Sm -77141.9 2.4 STABLE (>2 Py) 7/2- 95 IS=13.82 7; a ?
149Eu -76447 4 93.1 d 0.4 5/2+ 95 e =100
149Gd -75133 4 9.28 d 0.10 7/2- 01 ß +=100; a=4.3e–4 10
149Tb -71496 4 4.118 h 0.025 1/2+ 99 ß +=83.3 17; a=16.7 17
149Tbm -71460 4 35.78 0.13 4.16 m 0.04 11/2- 99 ß +˜100; a=0.022 3
149Dy -67715 9 4.20 m 0.14 7/2(-) 95 88Ah02 J ß +=100
149Dym -65054 9 2661.1 0.4 490 ms 15 (27/2-) 95 IT=99.3 3; ß +=0.7 3
149Dyn -60230 30 7490 30 28 ns 2 (47/2+) 95 IT=100 *
149Ho -61688 18 21.1 s 0.2 (11/2-) 95 ß +=100
149Hom -61639 18 48.80 0.20 56 s 3 (1/2+) 95 ß +=100
149Er -53742 28 4 s 2 (1/2+) 95 ß +=100; ß +p=7 2
149Erm -53000 28 741.8 0.2 8.9 s 0.2 (11/2-) 95 ß +=96.5 7; IT=3.5 7;… *
149Tm -44040# 300# 900 ms 200 (11/2-) 95 ß +=100; ß +p=0.26 15
149Yb -33500# 500# 700 ms 200 (1/2+,3/2+) 95 01Xu06 TD ß +=100; ß +p=?
*149Dyn E : 7409.9 above level at ˜80 keV **
*149Erm D : . . . ; ß +p=0.18 7 **
150Cs -38960# 300# 100# ms (>50 ms) 97 87Ra12 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
150Ba -50600# 400# 300 ms 0+ 95 ß -=100; ß -n ?
150La -57040# 400# 510 ms 30 (3+) 97 95Ok02 TJ ß -=100; ß -n=2.7 3
150Ce -64820 50 4.0 s 0.6 0+ 95 ß -=100
150Pr -68304 26 6.19 s 0.16 (1)- 96 ß -=100
150Nd -73690 3 6.7 Ey 0.7 0+ 96 97De40 TD IS=5.6 2; 2ß -=100 *
150Pm -73603 20 2.68 h 0.02 (1-) 95 ß -=100
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. . . A-group continued . . .
150Sm -77057.3 2.4 STABLE 0+ 96 IS=7.38 1
150Eu -74797 6 36.9 y 0.9 5(-) 95 ß +=100
150Eum -74755 6 42.1 0.5 12.8 h 0.1 0- 95 ß -=89 2; ß +=11 2; . . . *
150Gd -75769 6 1.79 My 0.08 0+ 96 a=100; 2ß + ?
150Tb -71111 8 3.48 h 0.16 (2-) 96 ß +˜100; a200 ns) 0+ 97 00So11 I ß + ?
150Lu -24940# 500# 46 ms 6 (5-,6-) 02 00Gi01 J p=?; ß +=30#
150Lum -24900# 500# 34 15 p 80 µs 60 (1+,2+) 02 00Gi01 J p˜100; ß + ?
*150Nd T : from 6.75(+0.37–0.68 statistics + 0.68 systematics) **
*150Eum D : . . . ; IT=5e–8 **
*150Ho T : average 93Al03=78(2) 82No08=72(4) **
*150Tmm T : average 96Ga24=2.22(0.07) 88Ni02=2.15(0.10) and 87To05=2.2(0.2) **
*150Tmm T : 82No08=3.5(0.6) at variance, not used D : from 88Ni02 **
*150Tmn E : 671.6 keV above 150Tmm, from ENSDF **
151Cs -35220# 500# 60# ms (>50 ms) 3/2+# 97 87Ra12 I ß – ?; ß -n ?
151Ba -45820# 400# 200# ms (>300 ns) 3/2-# 97 94Be24 I ß – ?
151La -54290# 400# 300# ms (>300 ns) 5/2+# 97 94Be24 I ß – ?
151Ce -61500 100 1.02 s 0.06 3/2-# 97 ß -=100
151Pr -66771 23 18.90 s 0.07 (3/2)(-#) 97 ß -=100
151Nd -70953 3 12.44 m 0.07 3/2+ 97 ß -=100
151Pm -73395 5 28.40 h 0.04 5/2+ 97 ß -=100
151Sm -74582.5 2.4 90 y 8 5/2- 97 ß -=100
151Smm -74321.4 2.4 261.13 0.04 1.4 µs 0.1 (11/2)- 97 IT=100
151Eu -74659.1 2.5 STABLE 5/2+ 97 IS=47.81 3
151Eum -74462.9 2.5 196.245 0.010 58.9 µs 0.5 11/2- 97
151Gd -74195 4 124 d 1 7/2- 97 e =100; a=1.0e–6 6
151Tb -71630 5 17.609 h 0.001 1/2(+) 99 ß +˜100; a=0.0095 15
151Tbm -71530 5 99.54 0.06 25 s 3 (11/2-) 99 IT=93.8 4; ß +=6.2 4
151Dy -68759 4 17.9 m 0.3 7/2(-) 99 ß +=?; a=5.6 4
151Ho -63632 12 35.2 s 0.1 11/2(-) 97 87Ne.A J ß +=?; a=22 3
151Hom -63591 12 41.0 0.2 47.2 s 1.0 1/2(+) 97 87Ne.A J a=77 18; ß + ?
151Er -58266 16 23.5 s 1.3 (7/2-) 97 ß +=100
151Erm -55681 16 2585.5 0.6 580 ms 20 (27/2-) 97 IT=95.3 3; ß +=4.7 3
151Tm -50782 20 & 4.17 s 0.10 (11/2-) 97 ß +=100
151Tmm -50690 21 92 7 AD & 6.6 s 1.4 (1/2+) 97 ß +=100
151Tmn -48126 20 2655.67 0.22 451 ns 24 (27/2-) 97 IT=100
151Yb -41540 300 1.6 s 0.5 (1/2+) 97 86To12 T ß +=100; ß +p=? *
151Ybm -40790# 320# 750# 100# 1.6 s 0.5 (11/2-) 97 86To12 TD ß +˜100; ß +p=?; IT=0.4# *
151Ybn -39750# 580# 1790# 500# 2.6 µs 0.7 19/2-# 97 IT=100 *
151Ybp -39090# 580# 2450# 500# 20 µs 1 27/2-# 97 IT=100 *
151Lu -30200# 400# 80.6 ms 1.9 (11/2-) 02 93Se04 D p=?; ß +=37# *
151Lum -30130# 400# 77 5 p 16 µs 1 (3/2+) 02 p=?; ß + ?
*151Yb T : derived from 1.6(0.1), for mixture of ground-state and isomer with almost same half-life **
*151Ybm E : 740# estimated by 90Ak01 (see ENSDF’97) **
*151Ybn E : 1791.2 keV above 151Ybm (see ENSDF’97) **
*151Ybp E : 2448 keV above 151Ybm (see ENSDF’97) **
*151Lu D : p=63.4(0.9)% in ENSDF’02, based on predicted beta-decay half-life˜220 ms **
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(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
152Ba -42600# 500# 100# ms 0+ 97 ß – ?
152La -50070# 400# 200# ms (>300 ns) 97 94Be24 I ß – ?
152Ce -59110# 200# 1.1 s 0.3 0+ 97 90Ta07 T ß -=100 *
152Pr -63810 120 3.63 s 0.12 4+ 97 99To04 J ß -=100
152Nd -70158 25 11.4 m 0.2 0+ 97 ß -=100
152Pm -71262 26 * 4.12 m 0.08 1+ 97 ß -=100
152Pmm -71120 80 140 90 BD * 7.52 m 0.08 4- 97 ß -=100
152Pmn -71010# 150# 250# 150# * 13.8 m 0.2 (8) 97 ß -˜100; IT=? *
152Sm -74768.8 2.5 STABLE 0+ 97 IS=26.75 16
152Eu -72894.5 2.5 13.537 y 0.006 3- 97 ß +=72.1 3; ß -=27.9 3
152Eum -72848.9 2.5 45.5998 0.0004 9.3116 h 0.0013 0- 97 ß -=72 4; ß +=28 4
152Eun -72746.6 2.5 147.86 0.10 96 m 1 8- 97 IT=100
152Gd -74714.2 2.5 108 Ty 8 0+ 97 IS=0.20 1; a=100; 2ß + ?
152Tb -70720 40 17.5 h 0.1 2- 98 ß +=100; a300 ns) 5/2+# 98 94Be24 I ß – ?
153Ce -55350# 400# 500# ms (>300 ns) 3/2-# 98 94Be24 I ß – ?
153Pr -61630 100 4.28 s 0.11 5/2-# 98 ß -=100
153Nd -67349 27 31.6 s 1.0 (3/2)- 98 ß -=100
153Pm -70685 11 5.25 m 0.02 5/2- 98 ß -=100
153Sm -72565.8 2.5 46.284 h 0.004 3/2+ 98 ß -=100 *
153Smm -72467.4 2.5 98.37 0.10 10.6 ms 0.3 11/2- 98 IT=100
153Eu -73373.5 2.5 STABLE 5/2+ 98 IS=52.19 3
153Gd -72889.8 2.5 240.4 d 1.0 3/2- 98 e =100
153Gdm -72794.6 2.5 95.1737 0.0012 3.5 µs 0.4 (9/2+) 98 IT=100
153Gdn -72718.6 2.5 171.189 0.005 76.0 µs 1.4 (11/2-) 98 IT=100
153Tb -71320 4 2.34 d 0.01 5/2+ 98 ß +=100
153Tbm -71157 4 163.175 0.005 186 µs 4 11/2- 98 IT=100
153Dy -69150 5 6.4 h 0.1 7/2(-) 99 ß +˜100; a=0.0094 14
153Ho -65019 6 2.01 m 0.03 11/2- 98 ß +˜100; a=0.051 25
153Hom -64950 6 68.7 0.3 9.3 m 0.5 1/2+ 98 ß +˜100; a=0.18 8
153Er -60488 9 37.1 s 0.2 7/2(-) 98 85Ah.1 J a=53 3; ß +=47 3 *
153Tm -54015 18 1.48 s 0.01 (11/2-) 98 a=91 3; ß +=9 3
153Tmm -53972 18 43.2 0.2 2.5 s 0.2 (1/2+) 98 a=92 3; ß +=?
153Yb -47060# 200# 4.2 s 0.2 7/2-# 98 88Wi05 D ß +=?; a=50#; . . . *
153Ybm -44360# 220# 2700 100 15 µs 1 (27/2-) 98 *
153Lu -38410 210 900 ms 200 11/2- 98 97Ir01 D a=70#; ß +=?; p=0 *
153Lum -38330 210 80 5 1# s 1/2+ 98 97Ir01 ED ß + ?; a ?; p=0
153Lun -35780 210 2632.9 0.5 15 µs 3 27/2- 98
153Hf -27300# 500# 400# ms (>200 ns) 1/2+# 00So11 I ß + ?
153Hfm -26550# 510# 750# 100# 500# ms 11/2-# ß + ?; IT ?
*153Sm T : see also 99Sc12=46.274(7) **
*153Er J : and 89Ot.A **
*153Yb D : . . . ; ß +p=0.008 2 **
*153Ybm E : in ENSDF 2578.2 + x **
*153Lu D : p decay is from 97Ir01 **
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154La -42380# 600# 100# ms ß – ?
154Ce -52700# 500# 300# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 98 94Be24 I ß – ?
154Pr -58200 150 2.3 s 0.1 (3+,2+) 98 ß -=100
154Nd -65690 110 25.9 s 0.2 0+ 98 ß -=100
154Ndm -65210# 190# 480# 150# 1.3 µs 0.5 98
154Ndn -64340 110 1349 10 > 1 µs (5-) 98
154Pm -68500 40 *& 1.73 m 0.10 (0,1) 98 ß -=100
154Pmm -68380 110 120 120 BD *& 2.68 m 0.07 (3,4) 98 ß -=100
154Sm -72461.6 2.5 STABLE (>2.3 Ey) 0+ 98 IS=22.75 29; 2ß – ?
154Eu -71744.4 2.5 8.593 y 0.004 3- 98 ß -˜100; e =0.02 1
154Eum -71599.1 2.5 145.3 0.3 46.3 m 0.4 (8-) 98 IT=100
154Gd -73713.2 2.5 STABLE 0+ 98 IS=2.18 3
154Tb -70160 50 * 21.5 h 0.4 0(+#) 98 ß +˜100; ß -<0.1
154Tbm -70150 50 12 7 * 9.4 h 0.4 3- 98 ABBW E ß +=78.2 7; IT=21.8 7;… *
154Tbn -69960# 160# 200# 150# * 22.7 h 0.5 7- 98 ß +=98.2 6; IT=1.8 6
154Dy -70398 8 3.0 My 1.5 0+ 99 a=100; 2ß + ?
154Ho -64644 8 11.76 m 0.19 2- 98 ß +˜100; a=0.019 5
154Hom -64406 28 238 30 AD 3.10 m 0.14 8+ 98 ß +=100; a 2562 35 µs 3 (17+) 98 IT=100
154Hf -32730# 500# 2 s 1 0+ 98 ß +˜100; a˜0
*154Tbm D : . . . ; ß -300 ns) 5/2-# 97 94Be24 I ß – ?
155Pr -55780# 300# 1# s (>300 ns) 5/2-# 97 95Cz.A I ß – ?
155Nd -62470# 150# 8.9 s 0.2 3/2-# 94 ß -=100
155Pm -66970 30 41.5 s 0.2 (5/2-) 94 ß -=100
155Sm -70197.2 2.6 22.3 m 0.2 3/2- 94 ß -=100
155Eu -71824.5 2.5 4.7611 y 0.0013 5/2+ 94 ß -=100
155Gd -72077.1 2.5 STABLE 3/2- 97 IS=14.80 12
155Gdm -71956.1 2.5 121.05 0.19 32.0 ms 0.3 11/2- 97 IT=100
155Tb -71254 12 5.32 d 0.06 3/2+ 94 e =100
155Dy -69160 12 9.9 h 0.2 3/2- 99 ß +=100
155Dym -68926 12 234.33 0.03 6 µs 11/2- 99 IT=100
155Ho -66040 18 48 m 1 5/2+ 94 ß +=100
155Hom -65898 18 141.97 0.11 880 µs 80 11/2- 94 IT=100
155Er -62215 7 5.3 m 0.3 7/2- 94 ß +˜100; a=0.022 7
155Tm -56635 13 21.6 s 0.2 (11/2-) 95 ß +=98.1 3; a=1.9 3
155Tmm -56594 14 41 6 45 s 3 (1/2+) 95 ß +>92; a300 ns) 95Cz.A I ß – ?
156Nd -60530 200 5.49 s 0.07 0+ 03 ß -=100
156Ndm -59100 200 1432 5 135 ns 5- 03 IT=100
156Pm -64220 30 26.70 s 0.10 4- 03 ß -=100
156Sm -69370 10 9.4 h 0.2 0+ 03 ß -=100
156Smm -67972 10 1397.55 0.09 185 ns 7 5- 03 IT=100
156Eu -70093 6 15.19 d 0.08 0+ 03 ß -=100
156Gd -72542.2 2.5 STABLE 0+ 03 IS=20.47 9
156Gdm -70404.6 2.5 2137.60 0.05 1.3 µs 0.1 7- 03 IT=100
156Tb -70098 4 5.35 d 0.10 3- 03 ß +˜100; ß – ?
156Tbm -70044 5 54 3 24.4 h 1.0 (7-) 03 IT=100 *
156Tbn -70010 4 88.4 0.2 5.3 h 0.2 (0+) 03 IT=?; ß +=?
156Dy -70530 7 STABLE (>1 Ey) 0+ 03 58Ri23 T IS=0.06 1; a ?; 2ß + ? *
156Ho -65350 40 56 m 1 4- 03 ß +=100
156Hom -65300 40 52.4 0.5 9.5 s 1.5 1- 03 IT=?; ß + ?
156Hon -65250# 60# 100# 50# 7.8 m 0.3 (9+) 03 ß +=75; IT ?
156Er -64213 24 19.5 m 1.0 0+ 03 ß +=100; a=17e–6 4
156Tm -56840 16 83.8 s 1.8 2- 03 ß +˜100; a=0.064 10
156Tmm -56636 16 203.6 0.5 400 ns (11-) 03 IT=100
156Tmn non existent RN 19 s 3 9+ 03 91To08 I *
156Yb -53264 11 26.1 s 0.7 0+ 03 ß +=90 2; a=10 2
156Lu -43750 70 * 494 ms 12 (2)- 03 a=?; ß +=5#
156Lum -43530# 110# 220# 80# * 198 ms 2 (9)+ 03 96Pa01 D a=94 6; ß + ? *
156Hf -37850 210 23 ms 1 0+ 03 96Pa01 D a=97 3; ß + ? *
156Hfm -35890 210 1959.0 1.0 AD 480 µs 40 8+ 03 96Pa01 T a=100 *
156Ta -25800# 400# 144 ms 24 (2-) 03 p˜100; ß + ?
156Tam -25700# 400# 100 8 AD 360 ms 40 (9+) 03 ß +=95.8 9; p=4.2 9 *
*156Tbm E : derived from E3 24h to 4+ 49.630 level and E(IT)300 ns) 5/2-# 97 95Cz.A I ß – ?
157Pm -62370 110 10.56 s 0.10 (5/2-) 96 ß -=100
157Sm -66730 50 8.03 m 0.07 (3/2-) 96 ß -=100
157Eu -69467 5 15.18 h 0.03 5/2+ 96 ß -=100
157Gd -70830.7 2.5 STABLE 3/2- 96 IS=15.65 2
157Tb -70770.6 2.5 71 y 7 3/2+ 96 e =100
157Dy -69428 7 8.14 h 0.04 3/2- 97 ß +=100
157Dym -69229 7 199.38 0.07 21.6 ms 1.6 11/2- 97 IT=100 *
157Ho -66829 24 12.6 m 0.2 7/2- 96 ß +=100
157Er -63420 28 18.65 m 0.10 3/2- 96 ß +=100
157Erm -63265 28 155.4 0.3 76 ms 6 (9/2+) 96 IT=100
157Tm -58709 28 3.63 m 0.09 1/2+ 97 ß +=100
157Yb -53442 10 38.6 s 1.0 7/2- 96 ß +=99.5; a=0.5
157Lu -46483 19 6.8 s 1.8 (1/2+,3/2+) 96 ß + ?; a=? *
157Lum -46462 19 21.0 2.0 AD 4.79 s 0.12 (11/2-) 96 ß +=?; a=6 2
157Hf -38750# 200# 115 ms 1 7/2- 96 96Pa01 T a=86 9; ß +=14 9
157Ta -29630 210 10.1 ms 0.4 1/2+ 02 a=?; p=3.4 12; . . . *
157Tam -29610 210 22 5 4.3 ms 0.1 11/2- 02 a=?; ß +=1#; p=0
157Tan -28040 210 1593 9 AD 1.7 ms 0.1 (25/2-) 02 a=100
*157Dym T : as adopted by ENSDF evaluator from 3 inconsistent results **
*157Lu T : ENSDF’96 average of very discrepant 91To09=5.7(0.5) 91Le15,92Po14=9.6(8) **
*157Ta D : . . . ; ß +=1# **
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(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
158Pr -44730# 600# 200# ms ß – ?
158Nd -54400# 400# 700# ms (>300 ns) 0+ 97 95Cz.A I ß – ?
158Pm -59090 130 4.8 s 0.5 96 ß -=100
158Sm -65210 80 5.30 m 0.03 0+ 96 ß -=100
158Eu -67210 80 45.9 m 0.2 (1-) 96 ß -=100
158Gd -70696.8 2.5 STABLE 0+ 96 IS=24.84 7
158Tb -69477.2 2.6 180 y 11 3- 96 ß +=83.4 7; ß -=16.6 7
158Tbm -69366.9 2.9 110.3 1.2 10.70 s 0.17 0- 96 IT˜100; ß -81; ß +93; IT<7#
158Er -65304 25 2.29 h 0.06 0+ 96 e =100
158Tm -58703 25 * 3.98 m 0.06 2- 96 ß +=100
158Tmm -58650# 100# 50# 100# * 20 ns (5+) 96 81Dr07 T IT ? *
158Yb -56015 8 1.49 m 0.13 0+ 96 ß +˜100; a˜0.0021 12
158Lu -47214 15 10.6 s 0.3 2- 96 95Ga.A J ß +=99.09 20; . . . *
158Hf -42104 18 2.84 s 0.07 0+ 96 96Pa01 TD ß +=55 3; a=45 3 *
158Ta -31020# 200# & 49 ms 8 (2-) 96 97Da07 TJD a=96 4; ß + ? *
158Tam -30880# 200# 140 12 AD & 36.0 ms 0.8 (9+) 96 97Da07 TJE a=93 6; ß + ?; IT ? *
158W -23700# 500# 1.37 ms 0.17 0+ 96 00Ma95 T a=100 *
158Wm -21810# 500# 1889 8 AD 143 µs 19 8+ 00Ma95 T a=100 *
*158Tbm D : . . . ; ß +31 Ey) 0+ 97 01Da22 T IS=21.86 19; 2ß – ?
160Tb -67842.9 2.6 72.3 d 0.2 3- 97 ß -=100
160Dy -69678.1 2.5 STABLE 0+ 97 IS=2.34 8
160Ho -66388 15 25.6 m 0.3 5+ 97 ß +=100
160Hom -66328 15 59.98 0.03 5.02 h 0.05 2- 97 IT=65 3; ß +=35 3
160Hon -66191 22 197 16 3 s (9+) 97 ABBW E IT=100 *
160Er -66058 24 28.58 h 0.09 0+ 97 e =100
160Tm -60300 30 9.4 m 0.3 1- 97 ß +=100
160Tmm -60230 40 70 20 74.5 s 1.5 5(+#) 97 IT=85 5; ß +=15 5
160Yb -58170 17 4.8 m 0.2 0+ 97 ß +=100
160Lu -50270 60 * 36.1 s 0.3 2-# 97 ß +=100; a<1e–4
160Lum -50270# 120# 0# 100# * 40 s 1 97 ß +˜100; a ?
160Hf -45937 12 13.6 s 0.2 0+ 97 ß +=99.3 2; a=0.7 2
160Ta -35880 90 1.70 s 0.20 (2#)- 96Pa01 TJD ß + ?; a=? *
160Tam -35560# 110# 310# 90# 1.55 s 0.04 (9)+ 97 96Pa01 TJ ß +=66#; a=? *
160W -29360 210 90 ms 5 0+ 97 96Pa01 TD a=87 8; ß + ? *
160Re -16660# 400# 860 µs 120 (2-) 02 92Pa05 J p=91 5; a=9 5 *
*160Nd I : seen in the thermal fission of 252Cf **
*160Hon E : less than 55 keV above 169.55 level, from ENSDF **
*160Ta J : from a correlation with 156Lu line **
*160Tam J : from a correlation with 156Lum line **
*160W T : average 96Pa01=91(5) 81Ho10=81(15) **
*160Re J : protons from d3/2 orbital **
161Nd -42960# 700# 200# ms 1/2-# ß – ?
161Pm -50430# 500# 700# ms 5/2-# ß – ?
161Sm -56980# 300# 4.8 s 0.8 7/2+# 00 ß -=100
161Eu -61780# 300# 26 s 3 5/2+# 00 ß -=100
161Gd -65512.7 2.7 3.646 m 0.003 5/2- 00 94It.A T ß -=100
161Tb -67468.2 2.6 6.906 d 0.019 3/2+ 00 ß -=100
161Dy -68061.1 2.5 STABLE 5/2+ 00 IS=18.91 24
161Ho -67203 3 2.48 h 0.05 7/2- 00 e =100
161Hom -66992 3 211.16 0.03 6.76 s 0.07 1/2+ 00 IT=100
161Er -65209 9 3.21 h 0.03 3/2- 00 ß +=100
161Erm -64813 9 396.44 0.04 7.5 µs 0.7 11/2- 00 IT=100
161Tm -61899 28 30.2 m 0.8 7/2+ 00 ß +=100
161Tmm -61892 28 7.4 0.2 5# m 1/2+ 00 ß + ?; IT ?
161Yb -57844 16 4.2 m 0.2 3/2- 00 ß +=100
161Lu -52562 28 77 s 2 1/2+ 00 ß +=100
161Lum -52400 30 166 18 7.3 ms 0.4 (9/2-) 00 ABBW E IT=100 *
161Hf -46319 23 18.2 s 0.5 3/2-# 00 ß +˜100; a140 Ty) 0+ 99 56Po16 T IS=0.14 1; a ?; 2ß + ? *
162Tm -61484 26 21.70 m 0.19 1- 99 ß +=100
162Tmm -61350 50 130 40 24.3 s 1.7 5+ 99 ABBW E IT ?; ß +=18 4 *
162Yb -59832 16 18.87 m 0.19 0+ 99 ß +=100
162Lu -52840 80 * 1.37 m 0.02 1(-) 99 98Ge13 J ß +=100
162Lum -52720# 220# 120# 200# * 1.5 m 4- # 99 ß +˜100; IT ?
162Lun -52540# 220# 300# 200# * 1.9 m 99 ß +˜100; IT ?
162Hf -49173 10 39.4 s 0.9 0+ 99 ß +˜100; a=0.008 1
162Ta -39780 50 3.57 s 0.12 3+# 99 ß +˜100; a=0.074 10
162W -34002 18 1.36 s 0.07 0+ 99 ß + ?; a=45.2 16
162Re -22350# 200# 107 ms 13 (2-) 99 a=94 6; ß + ?
162Rem -22180# 200# 173 10 AD 77 ms 9 (9+) 99 a=91 5; ß + ?
162Os -14500# 500# 1.87 ms 0.18 0+ 99 00Ma95 T a=100 *
*162Hom E : about 10 keV above level at 96.1(0.1), from ENSDF; error from NUBASE **
*162Er T : lower limit is for a decay **
*162Tmm E : above 66.90 level and less than 192 keV, from ENSDF **
*162Os T : average 00Ma95=1.9(0.2) 96Bi07=1.5(+0.7–0.5) 89Ho12=1.9(0.7) **
163Pm -43150# 800# 200# ms 5/2-# ß – ?
163Sm -50900# 700# 1# s 1/2-# ß – ?
163Eu -56630# 500# 6# s 5/2+# ß – ?
163Gd -61490# 300# 68 s 3 7/2+# 00 ß -=100
163Tb -64601 5 19.5 m 0.3 3/2+ 00 ß -=100
163Dy -66386.5 2.5 STABLE 5/2- 00 IS=24.90 16
163Ho -66383.9 2.5 4.570 ky 0.025 7/2- 00 e =100
163Hom -66086.0 2.5 297.88 0.07 1.09 s 0.03 1/2+ 00 IT=100
163Er -65174 5 75.0 m 0.4 5/2- 00 ß +=100
163Erm -64729 5 445.5 0.6 580 ns 100 (11/2-) 00 IT=100
163Tm -62735 6 1.810 h 0.005 1/2+ 00 ß +=100
163Yb -59304 16 11.05 m 0.25 3/2- 00 ß +=100
163Lu -54791 28 3.97 m 0.13 1/2(+) 01 ß +=100
163Hf -49286 28 40.0 s 0.6 3/2-# 00 ß +=100; a<0.0001
163Ta -42540 40 10.6 s 1.8 1/2+# 00 ß +˜100; a˜0.2
163W -34910 50 2.8 s 0.2 3/2-# 00 ß + ?; a=13 2
163Re -26007 20 390 ms 70 (1/2+) 00 ß + ?; a=32 3
163Rem -25892 20 115 4 AD 214 ms 5 (11/2-) 00 a=66 4; ß + ?
163Os -16120# 400# 5.5 ms 0.6 7/2-# 00 a˜100; ß + ?; ß +p ?
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164Sm -48180# 800# 500# ms 0+ ß – ?
164Eu -53100# 600# 2# s ß – ?
164Gd -59750# 400# 45 s 3 0+ 01 ß -=100
164Tb -62080 100 3.0 m 0.1 (5+) 01 ß -=100
164Dy -65973.3 2.5 STABLE 0+ 01 IS=28.18 37
164Ho -64987.1 2.8 29 m 1 1+ 01 e =60 5; ß -=40 5
164Hom -64847.3 2.8 139.77 0.08 38.0 m 1.0 6- 01 IT=100
164Er -65950 3 STABLE 0+ 01 IS=1.61 3; a ?; 2ß + ?
164Tm -61888 28 * 2.0 m 0.1 1+ 01 e =61 1; e+=39 1
164Tmm -61878 29 10 6 * 5.1 m 0.1 6- 01 ABBW E IT˜80; ß +˜20 *
164Yb -61023 16 75.8 m 1.7 0+ 01 e =100
164Lu -54642 28 3.14 m 0.03 1(-) 01 ß +=100 *
164Hf -51822 20 111 s 8 0+ 01 ß +=100
164Ta -43283 28 14.2 s 0.3 (3+) 01 ß +=100 *
164W -38234 12 6.3 s 0.2 0+ 01 ß +=96.2 12; a=3.8 12
164Re -27640# 160# * & high 95Pa.A J a ?
164Rem -27520 100 120# 120# * & 530 ms 230 (2#)- 01 96Pa01 JD a=?; ß +=42# *
164Os -20460 210 21 ms 1 0+ 01 a=?; ß +=2#
164Ir -7270# 410# & 1# ms 2-# p?; a ?; ß + ?
164Irm -7000# 400# 270# 110# & 94 µs 27 9+
# 02 02Ma61 T p=?; a ?; ß + ? *
*164Tmm E : less than 20 keV, from ENSDF **
*164Lu J : negative parity proposed by 98Ge13; odd-odd 160Tm 162Tm 162Lu have 1- ground-state **
*164Ta D : was erroneously considered as alpha emitter, instead of 163Ta by 83Sc18 **
*164Rem J : from a correlation with 160Ta line **
*164Irm T : average 02Ma61=58(+46–18) 01Ke05=110(+60–30) **
165Sm -43800# 900# 200# ms 5/2-# ß – ?
165Eu -50560# 700# 1# s 5/2+# ß – ?
165Gd -56470# 500# 10.3 s 1.6 1/2-# 99 ß -=100
165Tb -60660# 200# 2.11 m 0.10 3/2+# 92 ß -=100
165Dy -63617.9 2.5 2.334 h 0.001 7/2+ 92 ß -=100
165Dym -63509.7 2.5 108.160 0.003 1.257 m 0.006 1/2- 92 IT=97.76 11; ß -=2.24 11
165Ho -64904.6 2.5 STABLE 7/2- 92 IS=100.
165Er -64528 3 10.36 h 0.04 5/2- 92 e =100
165Tm -62936 3 30.06 h 0.03 1/2+ 92 ß +=100
165Yb -60287 28 9.9 m 0.3 5/2- 92 ß +=100
165Lu -56442 27 * 10.74 m 0.10 1/2+ 99 ß +=100
165Hf -51636 28 76 s 4 (5/2-) 92 ß +=100
165Ta -45855 17 31.0 s 1.5 5/2-# 92 ß +=100
165Tap -45800 30 60 30 AD 9/2-#
165W -38862 25 5.1 s 0.5 3/2-# 99 ß +˜100; a60; ß +<40
165Ir -11630# 220# 80; IT<20
166Hf -53859 28 6.77 m 0.30 0+ 92 ß +=100
166Ta -46098 28 34.4 s 0.5 (2)+ 92 ß +=100
166W -41892 10 19.2 s 0.6 0+ 00 ß +˜100; a=0.035 12
166Re -31850# 90# & 2# s 2-# ß + ?; a ?
166Rem -31700 70 150# 50# & 2.5 s 0.2 9+# 92 92Me10 T ß + ?; a=5 2 *
166Rep -31700# 100# 150# 50# low
166Os -25438 18 216 ms 9 0+ 92 96Pa01 T a=72 13; ß +=28 13 *
166Ir -13210# 200# 10.5 ms 2.2 (2-) 02 a=93 3; p=7 3
166Irm -13030# 200# 172 6 p 15.1 ms 0.9 (9+) 02 a=98.2 6; p=1.8 6
166Pt -4790# 500# 300 µs 100 0+ 97 96Bi07 TD a=100
*166Tb T : supersedes 94Ts.A=21(6) same group **
*166Tmm E : less than 25 keV above 109.34 level **
*166Rem T : average 92Me10=2.3(0.2) 84Sc06=2.8(0.3) **
*166Rem D : a intensity is derived from 2% < a 1 m 1/2(-#) 00 IT ?; ß + ?
167Hf -53468 28 2.05 m 0.05 (5/2)- 00 ß +=100
167Ta -48351 28 1.33 m 0.07 (3/2+) 00 ß +=100
167W -42089 19 19.9 s 0.5 3/2-# 00 ß +=99.96 1; a=0.04 1 *
167Re -34840# 50# & 3.4 s 0.4 9/2-# 00 a˜100; ß + ?
167Rem -34710 40 130# 40# & 5.9 s 0.3 1/2+# 00 ß +˜99; a˜1
167Os -26500 70 810 ms 60 3/2-# 00 a=57 8; ß +=43 8
167Ir -17079 19 35.2 ms 2.0 1/2+ 02 a=48 6; p=32 4; ß + ?
167Irm -16903 19 175.3 2.2 p 30.0 ms 0.6 11/2- 02 a=80 10; ß + ?; . . . *
167Pt -6540# 410# 700 µs 200 7/2-# 00 a=100
*167W J : lowest observed state by 92Th06 is 13/2+ **
*167Irm D : . . . ; p=0.4 1 **
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168Gd -48100# 700# 300# ms 0+ 85Si25 I ß – ? *
168Tb -52500# 500# 8.2 s 1.3 4-# 99 ß -=100
168Dy -58560 140 8.7 m 0.3 0+ 99 ß -=100
168Ho -60070 30 2.99 m 0.07 3+ 94 ß -=100
168Hom -60010 30 59 1 132 s 4 (6+) 94 90Ch37 E IT˜100; ß -130 Ty) 0+ 94 56Po16 T IS=0.13 1; a ?; 2ß + ? *
168Lu -57060 50 * 5.5 m 0.1 6(-) 94 98Ge13 J ß +=100
168Lum -56880 100 180 110 BD * 6.7 m 0.4 3+ 94 ß +>95; IT320 Py) 0+ 02 96De60 T IS=14.93 27; . . . *
170Tm -59800.6 2.5 128.6 d 0.3 1- 02 ß -˜100; e =0.131 10
170Tmm -59617.4 2.5 183.197 0.004 4.12 µs 0.13 (3)+ 02 IT=100
170Yb -60769.0 2.4 STABLE 0+ 02 IS=3.04 15
170Ybm -59510.5 2.4 1258.46 0.14 370 ns 15 4- 02 IT=100
170Lu -57310 17 2.012 d 0.020 0+ 02 ß +=100
170Lum -57217 17 92.91 0.09 670 ms 100 (4)- 02 IT=100
170Hf -56254 28 16.01 h 0.13 0+ 02 e =100
170Ta -50138 28 6.76 m 0.06 (3)(+#) 02 ß +=100
170W -47293 15 2.42 m 0.04 0+ 02 ß +˜100; a<1#
170Re -38918 26 9.2 s 0.2 (5+) 02 ß +˜100; a<0.01#
170Os -33928 11 7.46 s 0.23 0+ 02 ß +=?; a=8.6 18
170Ir -23320# 100# 910 ms 150 low# 02 ß + ?; a=5.2 17
170Irm -23050 70 270# 70# 440 ms 60 high# 02 a=36 10; ß + ?; IT ?
170Pt -16306 19 13.8 ms 0.5 0+ 02 a=?; ß +=2#
170Au -3610# 200# 310 µs 50 (2-) 02 p=85 10; a=15 10
170Aum -3340# 200# 274 16 p 630 µs 60 (9+) 02 02Ma61 TD p=75 15; a=?; ß + ? *
*170Er D : . . . ; 2ß – ?; a ? **
*170Aum T : from 02Ke.C=620(+60–50); other 02Ma61=570(+310–150) **
171Tb -43500# 800# 500# ms 3/2+# ß – ?
171Dy -50110# 300# 6# s 7/2-# ß – ?
171Ho -54520 600 53 s 2 7/2-# 02 ß -=100
171Er -57724.9 2.8 7.516 h 0.002 5/2- 02 ß -=100
171Erm -57526.3 2.8 198.6 0.1 210 ns 10 1/2- 02 IT=100
171Tm -59215.6 2.6 1.92 y 0.01 1/2+ 02 ß -=100
171Tmm -58790.6 2.6 424.9560 0.0015 2.60 µs 0.02 7/2- 02 IT=100
171Yb -59312.1 2.4 STABLE 1/2- 02 IS=14.28 57
171Ybm -59216.8 2.4 95.282 0.002 5.25 ms 0.24 7/2+ 02 IT=100
171Ybn -59189.7 2.4 122.416 0.002 265 ns 20 5/2- 02 IT=100
171Lu -57833.5 2.8 8.24 d 0.03 7/2+ 02 ß +=100
171Lum -57762.4 2.8 71.13 0.08 79 s 2 1/2- 02 IT=100
171Hf -55431 29 12.1 h 0.4 7/2(+) 02 ß +=100
171Hfm -55409 29 21.93 0.09 29.5 s 0.9 1/2(-) 02 IT˜100; ß + ?
171Ta -51720 28 23.3 m 0.3 (5/2-) 02 ß +=100
171W -47086 28 2.38 m 0.04 (5/2-) 02 ß +=100
171Re -41250 28 15.2 s 0.4 (9/2-) 02 ß +=100
171Os -34293 19 8.3 s 0.2 (5/2-) 02 ß + ?; a=1.80 21
171Ir -26430 40 3.6 s 1.0 1/2+# 02 a˜100; ß + ?
171Irm -26250# 50# 180# 30# 1.40 s 0.10 (11/2-) 02 99Ba84 J a=58 11; ß + ?; p ?
171Pt -17470 90 44 ms 7 3/2-# 02 a=?; ß +=2#
171Au -7565 26 30 µs 5 (1/2+) 02 03Ba20 T p˜100; a ? *
171Aum -7315 20 250 16 p 1.014 ms 0.019 11/2- 02 03Ba20 TJ a=54 4; p=46 4
171Hg 3500# 300# 80 µs 30 3/2-# 02 a˜100; ß +=0.01#
*171Au T : average 03Ba20=37(+7–5) 99Po09=17(+9–5); Birge ratio B=2.0 **
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172Dy -47730# 400# 3# s 0+ ß – ?
172Ho -51400# 400# 25 s 3 95 ß -=100
172Er -56489 5 49.3 h 0.3 0+ 95 ß -=100
172Tm -57380 6 63.6 h 0.2 2- 95 ß -=100
172Yb -59260.3 2.4 STABLE 0+ 95 IS=21.83 67
172Lu -56741.3 3.0 6.70 d 0.03 4- 95 ß +=100
172Lum -56699 3 41.86 0.04 3.7 m 0.5 1- 95 IT=100
172Lun -56632 3 109.41 0.10 440 µs 12 (1)+
172Hf -56404 24 1.87 y 0.03 0+ 95 e =100
172Hfm -54398 24 2005.58 0.11 163 ns 3 (8-)
172Ta -51330 28 36.8 m 0.3 (3+) 95 ß +=100
172W -49097 28 6.6 m 0.9 0+ 95 ß +=100
172Re -41520 50 * 15 s 3 (5) 95 ß +=100
172Rem -41520# 110# 0# 100# * 55 s 5 (2) 95 ß +=100
172Os -37238 15 19.2 s 0.9 0+ 95 95Hi02 D ß +=?; a=1.1 2
172Ir -27520# 110# 4.4 s 0.3 (3+) 95 ß +=98; a=2
172Irm -27240 30 280# 100# AD 2.0 s 0.1 (7+) 95 ß +=77 3; a=23 3
172Pt -21101 13 98.4 ms 2.4 0+ 95 02Ro17 T a=77 21; ß + ? *
172Au -9280# 160# 4.7 ms 1.1 high 95 96Pa01 TJ a=?; p93; a160 Py) 0+ 98 96De60 T IS=12.76 41; . . . *
176Ybm -52444.1 2.6 1050.0 0.3 11.4 s 0.3 (8)- 98 IT=?; ß -<10#
176Lu -53387.4 2.2 38.5 Gy 0.7 7- 98 03Gr02 T IS=2.59 2; ß -=100 *
176Lum -53264.5 2.2 122.855 0.006 3.664 h 0.019 1- 98 ß -˜100; e =0.095 16
176Hf -54577.5 2.2 STABLE 0+ 98 IS=5.26 7
176Ta -51370 30 8.09 h 0.05 (1)- 98 ß +=100
176Tam -51270 30 103.0 1.0 1.1 ms 0.1 (+) 98 IT=100
176Tan -48550 60 2820 50 0.97 ms 0.07 (20-) 98 IT=100 *
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. . . A-group continued . . .
176W -50642 28 2.5 h 0.1 0+ 98 e =100
176Re -45063 28 5.3 m 0.3 3+ 98 ß +=100
176Os -42098 28 3.6 m 0.5 0+ 98 ß +=100
176Ir -33861 20 8.3 s 0.6 98 ß +=96.9 6; a=3.1 6
176Pt -28928 14 6.33 s 0.15 0+ 98 ß + ?; a=38 3
176Au -18540# 110# 1.08 s 0.17 (5-) 98 ABBW J a=?; ß +=40# *
176Aum -18380 30 150# 100# 860 ms 160 (7+) 02Ro17 T a=?; ß +=40# *
176Hg -11779 14 20.4 ms 1.5 0+ 98 02Ro17 T a=90 9; ß + ? *
176Tl 550# 200# 10# ms a ?
*176Yb D : . . . ; 2ß – ?; a ? **
*176Lu T : arithmetic average 03Gr02=40.8(0.3) 98Ni07=36.9(0.2) 92Da03=37.3(0.5) **
*176Lu T : 90Ge05=40.5(0.9) 83Sa44=37.8(0.2) 82Sg01=35.9(0.5) 80No01=40.8(2.4) **
*176Lu T : 72Ko50=37.9(0.3) (a weighed average would yield Birge ratio B=4.6) **
*176Tan E : 2774.8(1.5) + x, and x estimated 50(50) by NUBASE **
*176Au J : from a decay to 172Ir 168.4 level **
*176Aum J : from a decay to 172Irm **
*176Hg T : average 02Ro17=20(2) 99He25=21(3) 99Po09=21(4); others not used **
*176Hg T : 96Pa01=18(10) and 83Sc24=34(+18–9) **
177Er -42800# 500# 3# s 1/2-# ß – ?
177Tm -47470# 300# 90 s 6 (7/2-) 03 ß -=100
177Yb -50989.2 2.6 1.911 h 0.003 (9/2+) 03 ß -=100
177Ybm -50657.7 2.6 331.5 0.3 6.41 s 0.02 (1/2-) 03 IT=100
177Lu -52389.0 2.2 6.647 d 0.004 7/2+ 03 ß -=100
177Lum -51418.8 2.2 970.1750 0.0024 160.44 d 0.06 23/2- 03 ß -=78.6 8; IT=21.4 8
177Lun -48489 10 3900 10 7 m 2 39/2- 03 03Al.1 ET ß -=?; IT ?
177Lup -52238.6 2.2 150.3967 0.0010 130 ns 3 9/2- 03 IT=100
177Luq -51819.3 2.2 569.7068 0.0016 155 µs 7 1/
2+ 03 IT=100
177Hf -52889.6 2.1 STABLE 7/2- 03 IS=18.60 9
177Hfm -51574.1 2.1 1315.4504 0.0008 1.09 s 0.05 23/2+ 03 IT=100
177Hfn -50149.6 2.1 2740.02 0.15 51.4 m 0.5 37/2- 03 IT=100
177Hfp -51547.2 2.1 1342.38 0.20 55.9 µs 1.2 (19/2-) 03 IT=100
177Ta -51724 4 56.56 h 0.06 7/2+ 03 ß +=100
177Tam -51538 4 186.15 0.06 3.62 µs 0.10 5/2- 03 IT=100
177Tan -50369 4 1355.01 0.19 5.31 µs 0.25 21/2- 03 IT=100
177Tap -51651 4 73.36 0.15 410 ns 7 9/2- 03 IT=100
177Taq -47068 4 4656.3 0.5 133 µs 4 49/
2- 03 IT=100
177W -49702 28 132 m 2 1/2- 03 ß +=100
177Re -46269 28 14 m 1 5/2- 03 ß +=100
177Rem -46184 28 84.71 0.10 50 µs 10 5/
2+ 03 IT=100
177Os -41950 16 3.0 m 0.2 1/2- 03 ß +=100
177Ir -36047 20 30 s 2 5/2- 03 ß +˜100; a=0.06 1
177Pt -29370 15 10.6 s 0.4 5/2- 03 ß +=94.3 5; a=5.7 5
177Ptm -29223 15 147.4 0.4 2.2 µs 0.3 1/2- 03 IT=100
177Au -21550 13 1.46 s 0.03 (1/2+,3/2+) 03 01Ko44 TJD a˜100; ß + ?
177Aum -21334 28 216 26 1.180 s 0.012 11/2- 03 01Ko44 ETJ a˜100; ß + ? *
177Aun -21093 28 457 26 7 ns 4 (9/2-) 03 02Ro17 ETJ IT=100 *
177Hg -12780 80 127.3 ms 1.8 5/2-# 03 a=85; ß +=15
177Tl -3328 25 18 ms 5 (1/2+) 03 a=73 13; p=27 13
177Tlm -2521 17 807 18 p 230 µs 40 (11/2-) 03 p=51 8; a=49 8
*177Aum E : 157.9 keV above 5/2+ level at estimated 44(28) keV by NUBASE **
*177Aun E : 240.8 keV above 11/2- level T : 40
178Hg -16317 13 269 ms 3 0+ 94 02Ro17 T a=?; ß +=30# *
178Tl -4750# 110# 255 ms 10 02Ro17 TD a=?; ß +=47#
178Pb 3568 24 230 µs 150 0+ 01Ro.B T a˜100; ß + ? *
*178Tan E : 1470.6 keV above 178Tam, from ENSDF **
*178Tan T : average 96Ko13=58(4) 79Du02=60(5) **
*178Tap E : 2902 keV above the (7)- 178Tam isomer **
*178Hg T : others 96Pa01=287(23) 91Se01=250(25) and 79Ha10=260(30) **
*178Pb T : two events at 202 and 147 µs **
179Tm -41600# 500# 20# s 1/2+# ß – ?
179Yb -46420# 300# 8.0 m 0.4 (1/2-) 94 ß -=100
179Lu -49064 5 4.59 h 0.06 7/2(+) 94 ß -=100
179Lum -48472 5 592.4 0.4 3.1 ms 0.9 1/2(+) 94 IT=100
179Hf -50471.9 2.1 STABLE 9/2+ 94 IS=13.62 2
179Hfm -50096.9 2.1 375.0367 0.0025 18.67 s 0.04 1/2- 94 IT=100
179Hfn -49366.1 2.1 1105.84 0.19 25.05 d 0.25 25/2- 94 IT=100
179Ta -50366.3 2.2 1.82 y 0.03 7/2+ 00 e =100
179Tam -49049.0 2.2 1317.3 0.4 9.0 ms 0.2 (25/2+) 00 IT=100
179Tan -47727.0 2.3 2639.3 0.5 54.1 ms 1.7 (37/2+) 00 IT=100
179W -49304 16 37.05 m 0.16 (7/2)- 94 ß +=100
179Wm -49082 16 221.926 0.008 6.40 m 0.07 (1/2)- 94 IT˜100; ß +=0.28 3
179Re -46586 24 19.5 m 0.1 (5/2)+ 95 ß +=100
179Rem -46521 24 65.39 0.09 95 µs 25 (5/2-)
179Os -43020 18 6.5 m 0.3 (1/2-) 94 ß +=100
179Ir -38077 11 79 s 1 (5/2)- 98 ß +=100
179Pt -32264 9 21.2 s 0.4 1/2- 94 ß +˜100; a=0.24 3
179Au -24952 17 7.1 s 0.3 5/2-# 94 ß +=78.0 9; a=22.0 9
179Aup -24853 18 99 16 AD (11/2-)
179Hg -16922 27 1.09 s 0.04 5/2-# 94 02Ro17 T a˜53; ß +=?; ß +p˜0.15 *
179Tl -8300 40 270 ms 30 (1/2+) 01 ABBW J a=?; ß +=30# *
179Tlm -7440# 50# 860# 30# 1.60 ms 0.16 (9/2-) 01 02Ro17 T a˜100; IT ?; ß + ? *
179Pb 2000# 200# 3# ms 5/2-# a ?
*179Hg T : average 02Ro17=1.08(0.09) 71Ha03=1.09(0.04) **
*179Tl T : average 02Ro17=415(55) 98To14=230(40) 83Sc24=160(+90–40) **
*179Tl J : from a decay to 175Aum **
*179Tlm T : average 02Ro17=1.7(0.2) 98To14=1.8(0.4) 96Pa01=0.7(+6–4) 83Sc24=1.4(0.5) **
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(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
180Yb -44400# 400# 2.4 m 0.5 0+ 94 ß -=100
180Lu -46690 70 5.7 m 0.1 5+ 94 95Me03 J ß -=100
180Lum -46680 70 13.9 0.3 1 s 3- 95Me03 EJT ß – ?; IT ?
180Hf -49788.4 2.1 STABLE 0+ 94 IS=35.08 16
180Hfm -48646.9 2.1 1141.48 0.04 5.5 h 0.1 8- 94 IT˜100; ß -=0.3 1
180Ta -48936.2 2.2 8.152 h 0.006 1+ 94 e =86 3; ß -=14 3
180Tam -48860.9 1.8 75.3 1.3 RQ STABLE (>1.2 Py) 9- 94 IS=0.012 2; ß – ?
180Tan -47485.2 2.4 1451.0 1.0 45 µs 2 15- 96Dr02 TE
180W -49644 4 STABLE (>700 Py) 0+ 94 03Da05 T IS=0.12 1; a ?; 2ß + ? *
180Wm -48115 4 1529.04 0.03 5.47 ms 0.09 8- 94 IT=100
180Re -45840 21 2.44 m 0.06 (1)- 94 ß +=100
180Os -44359 20 21.5 m 0.4 0+ 94 ß +=100
180Ir -37978 22 1.5 m 0.1 (4,5)(+#) 94 ß +=100
180Pt -34436 11 52 s 3 0+ 94 ß +˜100; a˜0.3
180Au -25596 21 8.1 s 0.3 94 ß +=98.2; a=1.8
180Hg -20245 14 2.56 s 0.02 0+ 94 93Wa03 T ß +=52 4; a=48 4
180Tl -9400# 120# 1.5 s 0.2 94 98To14 TD ß + ?; a=7 3; . . . *
180Pb -1939 21 5 ms 3 0+ 00 96To08 TD a=100
*180W T : lower limit is for a decay, also 03Ce01>270 Py 97Ge15>74 Py **
*180W T : indication in 03Da05 for 1.1(+0.8–0.4) Ey, but important background **
*180W T : 03Da09>80 Py for 2ß – decay **
*180Tl D : . . . ; ß +SF˜1.0e–4 **
*180Tl D : a=(2-12)% from 02An.A **
181Yb -40850# 400# 1# m 3/2-# ß – ?
181Lu -44740# 300# 3.5 m 0.3 (7/2+) 91 ß -=100
181Hf -47411.9 2.1 42.39 d 0.06 1/2- 91 ß -=100
181Hfm -46817 4 595 3 80 µs 5 (9/2+) 01Sh36 ETJ IT=100
181Hfn -46372 10 1040 10 100 µs (17/2+) 01Sh36 ETJ IT=100
181Hfp -45674 10 1738 10 1.5 ms 0.5 (27/2-) 01Sh36 ETJ IT=100
181Ta -48441.6 1.8 STABLE 7/2+ 92 IS=99.988 2
181Tam -48435.4 1.8 6.238 0.020 6.05 µs 0.12 9/2- 92 IT=100
181Tan -46957 3 1485 3 25 µs 2 21/2- 98Wh02 ETJ IT=100
181Tap -46212 3 2230 3 210 µs 20 29/2- 98Wh02 ETJ IT=100
181W -48254 5 121.2 d 0.2 9/2+ 91 e =100
181Re -46511 13 19.9 h 0.7 5/2+ 91 ß +=100
181Os -43550 30 105 m 3 1/2- 92 ß +=100
181Osm -43500 30 48.9 0.2 2.7 m 0.1 (7/2)- 92 95Ro09 E ß +=100
181Ir -39472 26 4.90 m 0.15 (5/2)- 93 ß +=100
181Pt -34375 15 52.0 s 2.2 1/2- 99 95Bi01 D ß +˜100; a=0.074 10
181Au -27871 20 13.7 s 1.4 (3/2-) 99 ß +=?; a=2.7 5
181Hg -20661 15 3.6 s 0.1 1/2(-) 99 ß +=69 5; a=31 5; . . . *
181Hgp -20460# 40# 210# 40# 13/2+
181Tl -12801 9 3.2 s 0.3 1/2+# 91 98To14 TD a=?; ß + ? *
181Tlm -11944 29 857 29 AD 1.7 ms 0.4 9/2-# 98To14 TD ß + ?; a=?; IT ? *
181Pb -3140 90 & 45 ms 20 5/2-# 96To01 T a=?; ß +=2# *
181Pbm non existent RN & 13/2+# 91 96To01 I *
*181Hg D : . . . ; ß +p=0.016 4; ß +a=11e–6 4 **
*181Tl T : average 98To14=3.2(0.3) 92Bo.D=3.4(0.6) **
*181Tlm T : average 98To14=1.4(0.5) 84Sc.A=2.7(1.0) **
*181Pb T : supersedes 89To01=50(+40–30) from same group **
*181Pbm I : proved by 96To01 not to exist **
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182Lu -41880# 200# 2.0 m 0.2 (0,1,2) 95 ß -=100
182Hf -46059 6 9 My 2 0+ 95 ß -=100
182Hfm -44886 6 1172.88 0.18 61.5 m 1.5 8- 95 ß -=58 3; IT=42 3
182Ta -46433.3 1.8 114.43 d 0.03 3- 95 ß -=100
182Tam -46417.0 1.8 16.263 0.003 283 ms 3 5+ 95 IT=100
182Tan -45913.7 1.8 519.572 0.018 15.84 m 0.10 10- 95 IT=100
182W -48247.5 0.8 STABLE (>170 Ey) 0+ 95 03Da05 T IS=26.50 16; a ? *
182Re -45450 100 * 64.0 h 0.5 7+ 95 ß +=100
182Rem -45388 20 60 100 BD * 12.7 h 0.2 2+ 95 ß +=100
182Os -44609 22 22.10 h 0.25 0+ 95 e =100
182Ir -39052 21 15 m 1 (3+) 95 95Sa42 J ß +=100
182Pt -36169 16 2.2 m 0.1 0+ 95 ß +˜100; a=0.038 2
182Au -28301 20 15.5 s 0.4 (2+) 95 01Ib02 J ß +˜100; a=0.13 5 *
182Hg -23576 10 10.83 s 0.06 0+ 95 97Ba21 D ß +=86.2 9; a=13.8 9; . . . *
182Tl -13350 80 * 2.0 s 0.3 2-# 95 92Bo.D T ß +>96; a25 Ey 97Ge15>8.3 Ey **
*182Au T : average 95Bi01=14.5(1.3)(for ß +), 15.3(1.0)(for a) and 92Ro21=15.6(0.4) **
*182Hg D : . . . ; ß +p80 Ey) 1/2- 01 03Da05 T IS=14.31 4; a ? *
183Wm -46057.5 0.8 309.493 0.003 5.2 s 0.3 11/2+ 01 IT=100
183Re -45811 8 70.0 d 1.4 5/2+ 99 e =100
183Rem -43903 8 1907.6 0.3 1.04 ms 0.04 (25/2+) 99 IT=100
183Os -43660 50 13.0 h 0.5 9/2+ 91 ß +=100
183Osm -43490 50 170.71 0.05 9.9 h 0.3 1/2- 91 ß +=85 2; IT=15 2
183Ir -40197 25 58 m 5 5/2- 91 61Di04 T ß +˜100; a=0.05# *
183Pt -35772 16 6.5 m 1.0 1/2- 93 95Bi01 D ß +˜100; a=0.0096 5
183Ptm -35738 16 34.50 0.08 43 s 5 (7/2)- 93 ß +˜100; a 1 µs (1/2)+ 99 IT=100
183Aup -29956 10 230.6 0.6 13 Ey 97Ge15>1.9 Ey **
*183Ir T : average 61Di04=55(7) 61La05=60(6) **
*183Hg D : . . . ; ß +p=2.6e–4 8 **
*183Hgm I : 2001Sc41= no isomer seen with same characteristics as 185Hg or 187Hg **
*183Hgm I : no isomer in same odd-N 181Pt and 179Os **
*183Tln E : 346.8(0.3) keV above 183Tlm **
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(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
184Lu -36410# 400# 20 s 3 (3+) 90 95Kr04 TJ ß -=100
184Lum non existent RN 20 s high 95Kr04 I
184Hf -41500 40 4.12 h 0.05 0+ 90 ß -=100
184Hfm -40230 40 1272.4 0.4 48 s 10 8- 95Kr04 TE ß -=100
184Ta -42841 26 8.7 h 0.1 (5-) 90 ß -=100
184W -45707.3 0.9 STABLE (>180 Ey) 0+ 90 03Da05 T IS=30.64 2; a ? *
184Re -44227 4 38.0 d 0.5 3(-) 90 ß +=100
184Rem -44039 4 188.01 0.04 169 d 8 8(+) 90 IT=75.4 11; e =24.6 11
184Os -44256.1 1.3 STABLE (>56 Ty) 0+ 90 IS=0.02 1; a ?; 2ß + ? *
184Ir -39611 28 3.09 h 0.03 5- 90 ß +=100
184Irm -39385 28 225.65 0.11 470 µs 3+
184Pt -37332 18 17.3 m 0.2 0+ 90 95Bi01 D ß +˜100; a=0.0017 7
184Ptm -35493 18 1839.4 1.6 1.01 ms 0.05 8- 90 IT=100
184Au -30319 22 20.6 s 0.9 5+ 03 ß +˜100; a<0.016
184Aum -30251 22 68.46 0.01 47.6 s 1.4 2+ 03 94Ib01 EJ ß +=?; IT=30 10; a 20 ns (10-) 84Sc.A T IT ? *
184Pb -11045 14 490 ms 25 0+ 03 02An.A D a=80 15; ß + ?
184Bi 1050# 130# * 6.6 ms 1.5 3+# 02An.A T a= ?
184Bim 1200# 160# 150# 100# * 13 ms 2 10-# 02An.A T a= ?
*184W T : also 03Ce01>29 Ey 97Ge15>4.0 Ey **
*184Os T : lower limit is for a decay **
*184Tln T : alpha decay from 188Bim not coincident with X(K) and ? **
*184Tln I : identified by 02Sc.A **
185Hf -38360# 200# 3.5 m 0.6 3/2-# 95 ß -=100
185Ta -41396 14 49.4 m 1.5 7/2+# 95 ß -=100
185Tam -40090 30 1308 29 >1 ms (21/2-) 99Wh03 TJD IT=100 *
185W -43389.7 0.9 75.1 d 0.3 3/2- 95 ß -=100
185Wm -43192.3 0.9 197.43 0.05 1.597 m 0.004 11/2+ 95 94It.A T IT=100
185Re -43822.2 1.2 STABLE 5/2+ 95 IS=37.40 2
185Rem -41698.2 2.3 2124 2 123 ns 23 (21/2) 97Sh37 T IT=100
185Os -42809.4 1.3 93.6 d 0.5 1/2- 95 e =100
185Osm -42707.1 1.5 102.3 0.7 3.0 µs 0.4 7/2-# 95 IT?
185Ir -40336 28 14.4 h 0.1 5/2- 95 ß +=100
185Pt -36680 40 70.9 m 2.4 (9/2+) 95 ß +˜100; a=0.0050 20 *
185Ptm -36580 40 103.4 0.2 33.0 m 0.8 (1/2-) 95 ß +=?; IT<2
185Au -31867 26 * 4.25 m 0.06 5/2- 95 ß +˜100; a=0.26 6
185Aum -31770# 100# 100# 100# * 6.8 m 0.3 1/2+# 95 ß +4.1 Ey) 0+ 03 03Da09 T IS=28.43 19; 2ß – ?; a ? *
186Wm -40992.3 1.8 1517.2 0.6 18 µs 1 (7-) 03 IT=100
186Wn -38966.7 2.7 3542.8 2.1 >3 ms (16+) 03 IT=100 *
186Re -41930.2 1.2 3.7183 d 0.0011 1- 03 ß -=92.53 10; e =7.47 10
186Rem -41781 7 149 7 200 ky 50 (8+) 03 IT=?; ß -<10 *
186Os -42999.5 1.4 2.0 Py 1.1 0+ 03 IS=1.59 3; a=100
186Ir -39173 17 16.64 h 0.03 5+ 03 ß +=100
186Irm -39172 17 0.8 0.4 1.92 h 0.05 2- 03 91Be25 ET ß +˜75; IT˜25 *
186Pt -37864 22 2.08 h 0.05 0+ 03 ß +=100; a˜1.4e–4
186Au -31715 21 10.7 m 0.5 3- 03 ß +=100; a=0.0008 2
186Aum -31487 21 227.77 0.07 110 ns 10 2+ 03 IT=100
186Aup non existent RN 170 Ey 03Ce01>27 Ey 97Ge15>6.5 Ey for a decay **
*186Wn T : lower limit is 3 ms; upper limit 30 s **
*186Rem T : uncertainty estimated by ENSDF’89 evaluator **
*186Irm T : average 91Be25=1.90(0.05) 70Fi.A=2.0(0.1) **
*186Irm E : E is positive and below 1.5 keV **
*186Tl I : identified as decay level from 190Bi in 91Va04 **
*186Tln E : 374.0(0.2) keV above 186Tlm **
*186Bi T : average 02An.A=14.8(0.8) 97Ba21=15.0(1.7) **
187Hf -32980# 400# 30# s (>300 ns) 3/2-# 99Be63 I ß – ?
187Ta -36770# 200# 2# m (>300 ns) 7/2+# 99Be63 I ß – ?
187W -39904.8 1.7 23.72 h 0.06 3/2- 92 ß -=100
187Re -41215.7 1.4 41.2 Gy 0.2 5/2+ 91 01Ga01 T IS=62.60 2; ß -=100; . . . *
187Os -41218.2 1.4 STABLE 1/2- 92 IS=1.96 2
187Ir -39716 6 10.5 h 0.3 3/2+ 91 ß +=100
187Irm -39530 6 186.15 0.04 30.3 ms 0.6 9/2- 91 IT=100
187Pt -36713 28 2.35 h 0.03 3/2- 91 ß +=100
187Au -33005 25 8.4 m 0.3 1/2+ 91 ß +˜100; a=0.003#
187Aum -32884 25 120.51 0.16 2.3 s 0.1 9/2- 91 IT=100
187Hg -28118 14 & 1.9 m 0.3 3/2- 91 ß +=100; a>1.2e–4
187Hgm -28059 20 59 16 MD & 2.4 m 0.3 13/2+ 91 ß +=100; a>2.5e–4
187Tl -22444 8 51 s (1/2+) 99 ß +50; ß + ?
187Bim -6272 18 101 20 AD 320 µs 70 1/2+# 01 a>50; ß + ?
187Bin -6121 15 252 1 7 µs 5 (13/2+) 02Hu14 ETJ IT=100
*187Re D : . . . ; a300 ns) 0+ 02 99Be63 I ß – ?
188Ta -33810# 200# 20# s (>300 ns) 02 99Be63 I ß – ?
188W -38667 3 69.78 d 0.05 0+ 02 ß -=100
188Re -39016.1 1.4 17.0040 h 0.0022 1- 02 ß -=100
188Rem -38844.0 1.4 172.069 0.009 18.59 m 0.04 (6)- 02 IT=100
188Os -41136.4 1.4 STABLE 0+ 02 IS=13.24 8
188Ir -38328 7 41.5 h 0.5 1- 02 ß +=100
188Irm -37360 30 970 30 4.2 ms 0.2 7+# 02 ABBW E IT˜100; ß + ? *
188Pt -37823 5 10.2 d 0.3 0+ 02 e =100; a=2.6e–5 3
188Au -32301 20 8.84 m 0.06 1(-) 02 ß +=100
188Hg -30202 12 3.25 m 0.15 0+ 02 ß +=100; a=3.7e–5 8
188Hgm -27478 12 2724.3 0.4 134 ns 15 (12+) 02 IT=100
188Tl -22350 30 * 71 s 2 (2-) 02 ß +=100
188Tlm -22307 10 40 30 MD * 71 s 1 (7+) 02 ß +=100
188Tln -22038 10 310 30 MD 41 ms 4 (9-) 02 IT˜100; ß + ? *
188Pb -17815 11 25.5 s 0.1 0+ 02 ß +=?; a=9.3 8
188Pbm -15237 11 2578.2 0.7 830 ns 210 (8-) 02 IT=100
188Pbn -15102 11 2713.0 0.6 94 ns (11-) 02 IT=100
188Pbp -15020 50 2800 50 797 ns 21 02 IT=100 *
188Bi -7200 50 *& 44 ms 3 3+
# 02 97Wa05 T a=?; ß + ? *
188Bim -7000# 150# 210# 140# * & 220 ms 40 (10-) 02 97Wa05 T a=?; ß + ? *
188Po -538 19 430 µs 180 0+ 02 a=?; ß + ?
*188Irm E : less than 100 keV above 923.5 level, from ENSDF **
*188Tln E : 268.8(0.5) keV above 188Tlm, from 91Va04 **
*188Pbp E : 2700.5 above unknown level, see ENSDF’02 **
*188Bi T : average 97Wa05=46(7) 84Sc.A=44(3) **
*188Bim T : average 97Wa05=218(50) 84Sc.A=210(90) **
189Ta -31830# 300# 3# s (>300 ns) 7/2+# 99Be63 I ß – ?
189W -35480 200 11.6 m 0.3 (3/2-) 91 97Ya03 T ß -=100 *
189Re -37978 8 24.3 h 0.4 5/2+ 91 ß -=100
189Os -38985.4 1.5 STABLE 3/2- 91 IS=16.15 5
189Osm -38954.6 1.5 30.814 0.018 5.8 h 0.1 9/2- 91 IT=100
189Ir -38453 13 13.2 d 0.1 3/2+ 91 e =100
189Irm -38081 13 372.18 0.04 13.3 ms 0.3 11/2- 91 IT=100
189Irn -36120 13 2333.3 0.4 3.7 ms 0.2 (25/2)+ 91 IT=100
189Pt -36483 11 10.87 h 0.12 3/2- 92 ß +=100
189Ptm -36291 11 191.6 0.4 143 µs (13/2+)
189Au -33582 20 28.7 m 0.3 1/2+ 92 ß +=100; a<3e–5
189Aum -33335 20 247.23 0.17 4.59 m 0.11 11/2- 92 ß +˜100; IT=?
189Hg -29630 30 7.6 m 0.1 3/2- 96 ß +=100; a<3e–5
189Hgm -29549 18 80 30 MD 8.6 m 0.1 13/2+ 96 01Sc41 E ß +=100; a<3e–5
189Tl -24602 11 2.3 m 0.2 (1/2+) 99 ß +=100
189Tlm -24319 10 283 6 AD 1.4 m 0.1 9/2(-) 99 85Bo46 J ß +˜100; IT99; a˜0.4 *
189Pbm -17840# 50# 40# 30# * 1# m (13/2+) ABBW J ß + ?; IT ? *
189Bi -10060 50 674 ms 11 (9/2-) 98 95Ba75 J a>50; ß +50; ß +360(120) **
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190Ta -28660# 400# 300# ms ß – ?
190W -34300 160 30.0 m 1.5 0+ 03 ß -=100
190Wm -31920 160 2381 5 < 3.1 ms (10-) 03 IT=100
190Re -35570 150 3.1 m 0.3 (2)- 03 ß -=100
190Rem -35360 160 210 60 3.2 h 0.2 (6-) 03 ABBW E ß -=54.4 20; IT ? *
190Os -38706.3 1.5 STABLE 0+ 03 IS=26.26 2
190Osm -37000.9 1.5 1705.4 0.2 9.9 m 0.1 (10)- 03 IT=100
190Ir -36751.2 1.7 11.78 d 0.10 4- 03 ß +=100; e+ 2 µs (4)+ 03 IT=100
190Irq -36433.6 1.7 317.56 0.04 90 ns (5-) 03 IT=100
190Pt -37323 6 650 Gy 30 0+ 03 IS=0.014 1; a=100;… *
190Au -32881 16 * 42.8 m 1.0 1- 03 ß +=100; a<1e–6
190Aum -32680# 150# 200# 150# * 125 ms 20 11-# 03 IT˜100; ß + ?
190Hg -31370 16 20.0 m 0.5 0+ 03 e˜100; e+ 1 µs 9- 03 91Va04 ET IT ? *
190Pb -20417 12 71 s 1 0+ 03 ß + ?; a=0.40 4
190Pbm -17802 12 2614.8 0.8 150 ns (10)+ 03 IT=100
190Pbn -17799 23 2618 20 25 µs (12+) 03 IT ? *
190Pbp -17759 12 2658.2 0.8 7.2 µs 0.6 (11)- 03 IT=100
190Bi -10900 180 6.3 s 0.1 (3+) 03 91Va04 J a=77 21; ß +=?
190Bim -10483 10 420 180 MD 6.2 s 0.1 (10-) 03 91Va04 J a=70 9; ß + ?
190Bin -10210 10 690 180 MD > 500 ns 100 7+# 03 01An11 ET IT=100 *
190Po -4563 13 2.46 ms 0.05 0+ 03 a˜100; ß +=0.1#
*190Rem E : from lower limit 119.12 and calculated 173 and 220 (see ENSDF’90) **
*190Rem E : 210(290) from difference in beta-decay **
*190Pt D : . . . ; 2ß + ? **
*190Hg D : . . . ; a300 ns) 3/2-# 99Be63 I ß – ?
191Re -34349 10 9.8 m 0.5 (3/2+,1/2+) 95 ß -=100
191Os -36393.7 1.5 15.4 d 0.1 9/2- 95 ß -=100
191Osm -36319.3 1.5 74.382 0.003 13.10 h 0.05 3/2- 95 IT=100
191Ir -36706.4 1.7 STABLE 3/2+ 95 IS=37.3 2
191Irm -36535.2 1.7 171.24 0.05 4.94 s 0.03 11/2- 95 IT=100
191Irn -34590 40 2120 40 5.5 s 0.7 95 ABBW E IT=100 *
191Pt -35698 4 2.802 d 0.025 3/2- 96 e =100
191Ptm -35549 4 149.04 0.02 95 µs 13/2+
191Au -33810 40 3.18 h 0.08 3/2+ 99 ß +=100
191Aum -33540 40 266.2 0.5 920 ms 110 (11/2-) 99 IT=100
191Hg -30593 23 49 m 10 3/2(-) 00 86Ul02 J ß +=100; a<5e–6
191Hgm -30470 30 128 22 50.8 m 1.5 13/2+ 00 01Sc41 E ß +=100; a300 ns) 0+ 99Be63 I ß – ?
192Re -31710# 200# 16 s 1 98 ß -=100
192Os -35880.5 2.6 STABLE (>9.8 Ty) 0+ 98 IS=40.78 19; 2ß – ?; a ? *
192Osm -33865.1 2.6 2015.40 0.11 5.9 s 0.1 (10-) 98 IT>87; ß -<13
192Ir -34833.2 1.7 73.827 d 0.013 4+ 98 ß -=95.13 14; e =4.87 14
192Irm -34776.5 1.7 56.720 0.005 1.45 m 0.05 1- 98 IT˜100; ß -=0.0175
192Irn -34665.1 1.7 168.14 0.12 241 y 9 (11-) 98 IT=100
192Pt -36292.9 2.5 STABLE 0+ 98 IS=0.782 7
192Au -32777 16 4.94 h 0.09 1- 98 ß +=100
192Aum -32642 16 135.41 0.25 29 ms 5#+ 98 IT=100
192Aun -32345 16 431.6 0.5 160 ms 20 (11-) 98 IT=100
192Hg -32011 16 4.85 h 0.20 0+ 00 e =100; a300 ns) 5/2+# 99Be63 I ß – ?
193Os -33392.6 2.6 30.11 h 0.01 3/2- 98 ß -=100
193Ir -34533.8 1.7 STABLE 3/2+ 98 IS=62.7 2
193Irm -34453.6 1.7 80.240 0.006 10.53 d 0.04 11/2- 98 IT=100
193Pt -34477.0 1.7 50 y 6 1/2- 98 e =100
193Ptm -34327.2 1.7 149.78 0.04 4.33 d 0.03 13/2+ 98 IT=100
193Au -33394 11 17.65 h 0.15 3/2+ 98 ß +=100; a300 ns) 99Be63 I ß – ?
194Os -32432.7 2.6 6.0 y 0.2 0+ 96 ß -=100
194Ir -32529.3 1.7 19.28 h 0.13 1- 96 ß -=100
194Irm -32382.2 1.7 147.078 0.005 31.85 ms 0.24 (4+) 96 IT=100
194Irn -32160 70 370 70 BD 171 d 11 (10,11)(-#) 96 ß -=100
194Pt -34763.1 0.9 STABLE 0+ 96 IS=32.967 99
194Au -32262 10 38.02 h 0.10 1- 96 ß +=100
194Aum -32155 10 107.4 0.5 600 ms 8 (5+) 96 IT=100
194Aun -31786 10 475.8 0.6 420 ms 10 (11-) 96 IT=100
194Hg -32193 13 440 y 80 0+ 01 e =100
. . . A-group is continued on next page . . .
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. . . A-group continued . . .
194Tl -26830 140 * 33.0 m 0.5 2- 99 ß +=100; a<1e–7
194Tlm -26530# 240# 300# 200# * 32.8 m 0.2 (7+) 99 ß +=100
194Pb -24208 17 12.0 m 0.5 0+ 99 ß +=100; a=7.3e–6 29
194Bi -15990 50 * 95 s 3 (3+) 96 ß +˜100; a=0.46 25
194Bim -15880 50 110 70 MD * 125 s 2 (6+,7+) 96 ß +˜100; a ?
194Bin -15760# 70# 230# 90# 115 s 4 (10-) 96 ß +˜100; a=0.20 7
194Po -11005 13 392 ms 4 0+ 96 a˜100; ß + ?
194Pom -8480 13 2525 2 15 µs 2 (11-) 99He32 TJD IT=100
194At -1190 190 40 ms 3+# 96 a˜100; ß + ?
194Atm -711 17 480 190 AD 250 ms 10-# 96 a˜100; IT ?
195Os -29690 500 6.5 m 3/
2-# 99 ß -=100 *
195Ir -31689.8 1.7 2.5 h 0.2 3/2+ 99 ß -=100
195Irm -31590 5 100 5 3.8 h 0.2 11/2- 99 ß -=95 5; IT=5 5
195Pt -32796.8 0.9 STABLE 1/2- 99 IS=33.832 10
195Ptm -32537.5 0.9 259.30 0.08 4.02 d 0.01 13/2+ 99 IT=100
195Au -32570.0 1.3 186.10 d 0.05 3/2+ 99 e =100
195Aum -32251.4 1.3 318.58 0.04 30.5 s 0.2 11/2- 99 IT=100
195Hg -31000 23 10.53 h 0.03 1/2- 99 01Li17 T ß +=100
195Hgm -30824 23 176.07 0.04 41.6 h 0.8 13/2+ 99 IT=54.2 20; ß +=45.8 20
195Tl -28155 14 1.16 h 0.05 1/2+ 99 ß +=100
195Tlm -27672 14 482.63 0.17 3.6 s 0.4 9/2- 99 IT=100
195Pb -23714 23 15 m 3/2#- 99 ß +=100
195Pbm -23511 23 202.9 0.7 15.0 m 1.2 13/2+ 99 ß +=100
195Bi -18024 6 183 s 4 (9/2-) 99 ABBW J ß +˜100; a=0.03 2
195Bim -17624 8 399 6 AD 87 s 1 (1/2+) 99 ABBW J ß +=67 17; a=33 17 *
195Po -11070 40 4.64 s 0.09 3/2-# 99 a=75 15; ß +=25 15
195Pom -10964 28 110 50 AD 1.92 s 0.02 13/2+# 99 a˜90; ß +˜10; IT<0.01
195At -3476 9 & 328 ms 20 (1/2+) 00 03Ke04 T a˜100; ß + ?
195Atm -3443 8 34 7 AD & 147 ms 5 9/2-# 00 03Ke04 T a=?; ß +<25#
195Rn 5070 50 * 6 ms 3/2-# 01Ke06 TD a=?
195Rnm 5118 15 50 50 * 6 ms 13/2+# 01Ke06 TD a=?
*195Os I : identification of this nuclide has been questioned, see ENSDF’99 **
*195Bim J : spins of ground-state and of isomer derived from alpha decay **
196Os -28280 40 34.9 m 0.2 0+ 98 ß -=100
196Ir -29440 40 52 s 1 (0-) 98 ß -=100
196Irm -29229 20 210 40 BD 1.40 h 0.02 (10,11-) 98 ß -˜100; IT2.5 Ey) 0+ 98 90Bu28 T IS=0.15 1; 2ß + ?
196Tl -27497 12 1.84 h 0.03 2- 98 ß +=100
196Tlm -27103 12 394.2 0.5 1.41 h 0.02 (7+) 98 ß +=95.5; IT=4.5
196Pb -25361 14 37 m 3 0+ 01 ß +=100; a=3e–5
196Pbm -23623 14 1738.27 0.12 < 1 µs 4+ 01 IT=100
196Bi -18009 24 5.1 m 0.2 (3+) 99 ß +˜100; a=0.00115 34
196Bim -17842 25 166.6 3.0 AD 0.6 s 0.5 (7+) 99 IT=?; ß + ?
196Bin -17739 25 270 3 AD 4.00 m 0.05 (10-) 99 ß +=74.2 25; IT=25.8 25;… *
196Po -13474 13 5.56 s 0.12 0+ 98 93Wa04 TD a=94 5; ß +=6 5 *
196Pom -10984 13 2490.5 1.7 850 ns 90 (11-) 98 IT=100
196At -3920 60 * 253 ms 9 3+# 98 97Pu01 T a=?; ß +=4#
196Atm -3950 50 -30 80 AD * 20# ms 10-# 96En01 D IT ?
196Atn -3760 60 157.9 0.1 11 µs 5+# 00Sm06 ET IT ?
196Rn 1970 15 4.7 ms 1.1 0+ 98 01Ke06 T a˜100; ß +=0.2#
*196Bin D : . . . ; a=0.00038 10 **
*196Po T : average 97Pu01=5.5(0.1) 93Wa04=5.8(0.2) **
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(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
197Ir -28268 20 5.8 m 0.5 3/2+ 96 ß -=100
197Irm -28153 21 115 5 8.9 m 0.3 11/2- 96 ß -˜100; IT=0.25 10
197Pt -30422.4 0.8 19.8915 h 0.0019 1/2- 96 ß -=100
197Ptm -30022.8 0.8 399.59 0.20 95.41 m 0.18 13/2+ 96 IT=96.7 4; ß -=3.3 4
197Au -31141.1 0.6 STABLE 3/2+ 96 IS=100.
197Aum -30732.0 0.6 409.15 0.08 7.73 s 0.06 11/2- 96 IT=100
197Hg -30541 3 64.94 h 0.07 1/2- 96 01Li17 T e =100 *
197Hgm -30242 3 298.93 0.08 23.8 h 0.1 13/2+ 96 IT=91.4 7; e =8.6 7
197Tl -28341 16 2.84 h 0.04 1/2+ 96 ß +=100
197Tlm -27733 16 608.22 0.08 540 ms 10 9/2- 96 IT=100
197Pb -24749 6 8 m 2 3/2- 01 ß +=100
197Pbm -24429 6 319.31 0.11 43 m 1 13/2+ 01 ß +=81 2; IT=19 2; . . . *
197Pbn -22835 6 1914.10 0.25 1.15 µs 0.20 21/2- 01 IT=100
197Bi -19688 8 9.3 m 0.5 (9/2-) 99 ß +=100; a=1e–4#
197Bim -19000 110 690 110 AD 5.04 m 0.16 (1/2+) 99 a=55 40; ß +=45 40; . . . *
197Po -13360 50 53.6 s 1.0 (3/2-) 96 ß + ?; a=44 7
197Pom -13120# 90# 230# 80# 25.8 s 0.1 (13/2+) 96 a=84 9; ß + ?; IT=0.01#
197At -6340 50 * 350 ms 40 (9/2-) 96 a=96 4; ß +=4 4
197Atm -6293 13 50 50 AD * 3.7 s 2.5 (1/2+) 96 a˜100; ß + ?; IT<0.004
197Rn 1480 60 66 ms 16 3/2-# 98 96En02 T a˜100; ß + ? *
197Rnm 1670# 50# 200# 60# 21 ms 5 (13/2+) 98 96En02 T a˜100; ß + ? *
*197Hg T : other 66El09=64.14(0.05) at strong variance: Birge ratio would be B=9.3 **
*197Pbm D : . . . ; a<3e–4 **
*197Bim D : . . . ; IT320 Ty) 0+ 02 52Fr23 T IS=7.163 55; 2ß – ?; a ? *
198Au -29582.1 0.6 2.69517 d 0.00021 2- 02 ß -=100
198Aum -29269.9 0.6 312.2200 0.0020 124 ns 4 5+ 02 IT=100
198Aun -28770.4 1.6 811.7 1.5 2.27 d 0.02 (12-) 02 IT=100
198Hg -30954.4 0.3 STABLE 0+ 02 IS=9.97 20
198Tl -27490 80 5.3 h 0.5 2- 02 ß +=100
198Tlm -26950 80 543.5 0.4 1.87 h 0.03 7+ 02 ß +=54 2; IT=46 2
198Tln -26750 80 742.3 0.4 32.1 ms 1.0 10-# 02 IT=100
198Pb -26050 15 2.4 h 0.1 0+ 02 ß +=100
198Pbm -23909 15 2141.4 0.4 4.19 µs 0.10 (7)- 02 IT=100
198Bi -19369 28 10.3 m 0.3 (2+,3+) 02 ß +=100
198Bim -19085 28 280 40 MD 11.6 m 0.3 (7+) 02 ß +=100
198Bin -18837 28 530 40 MD 7.7 s 0.5 10- 02 IT=100 *
198Po -15473 17 1.77 m 0.03 0+ 02 a=57 2; ß +=43 2
198Pom -13619 17 1853.63 0.18 29 ns 2 8+ 02 IT=100
198Pon -12907 17 2565.92 0.20 200 ns 20 11- 02 IT=100
198Pop -12781 17 2691.86 0.20 750 ns 50 12+ 02 IT ?
198At -6670 50 4.2 s 0.3 (3+) 02 95Bi.A D a>94; ß + ?
198Atm -6340# 70# 330# 90# 1.0 s 0.2 (10-) 02 95Bi.A D a>86; ß + ?
198Rn -1231 13 65 ms 3 0+ 02 a=?; ß +=1#
198Rnm non existent EU 50 ms 9 a=?; ß +=?; IT=? *
*198Pt T : lower limit is for 0? -2ß – decay **
*198Bin E : 248.5(0.5) keV above 198Bim, from 92Hu04 **
*198Rnm I : a decay assigned to isomer by ENSDF’95, not accepted by NUBASE **
199Ir -24400 40 20# s 3/2+# 01 ß – ?
199Pt -27392 3 30.80 m 0.21 5/2- 94 ß -=100
199Ptm -26968 4 424 2 13.6 s 0.4 (13/2)+ 94 IT=100
199Au -29095.0 0.6 3.139 d 0.007 3/2+ 94 ß -=100
199Aum -28546.1 0.6 548.9368 0.0021 440 µs 30 (11/2)- 94 IT=100
199Hg -29547.1 0.4 STABLE 1/2- 94 IS=16.87 22
199Hgm -29014.6 0.4 532.48 0.10 42.66 m 0.08 13/2+ 94 01Li17 T IT=100 *
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. . . A-group continued . . .
199Tl -28059 28 7.42 h 0.08 1/2+ 94 ß +=100
199Tlm -27309 28 749.7 0.3 28.4 ms 0.2 9/2- 94 IT=100
199Pb -25228 26 90 m 10 3/2- 01 ß +=100
199Pbm -24799 26 429.5 2.7 12.2 m 0.3 (13/2+) 01 ABBW E IT=93; ß +=7 *
199Pbn -22664 26 2563.8 2.7 10.1 µs 0.2 (29/2-) 01 ABBW E IT=100 *
199Bi -20798 12 27 m 1 9/2- 94 ß +=100
199Bim -20131 12 667 4 24.70 m 0.15 (1/2+) 94 ß +=?; IT90; IT99; ß +<1
201Bi -21416 15 108 m 3 9/2- 94 ß +=100; a<1e–4
201Bim -20570 15 846.34 0.21 59.1 m 0.6 1/2+ 94 ß +=92.9#; IT<6.8; a=? *
201Po -16525 6 15.3 m 0.2 3/2- 94 ß +=98.4 3; a=1.6 3
201Pom -16101 6 424.1 2.4 AD 8.9 m 0.2 13/2+ 94 IT=56 14; ß +=41 10; a˜2.9
201At -10789 8 85 s 3 (9/2-) 94 96Ta18 T a=71 7; ß +=29 7 *
201Rn -4070 70 7.0 s 0.4 (3/2-) 94 96Ta18 T a=?; ß +=20# *
201Rnm -3790# 90# 280# 90# 3.8 s 0.1 (13/2+) 94 96Ta18 T a=?; ß +=10#; IT=0.01#
201Fr 3600 70 61 ms 12 (9/2-) 94 96En01 T a˜100; ß +<1 *
*201Bim D : a decay is observed. Its branching ratio is estimated 0.3%# in ENSDF **
*201At T : average 96Ta18=83(2) and two results in ENSDF=89(3) **
*201Rn T : average 96Ta18=7.1(0.8) 71Ho01=7.0(0.4) **
*201Fr T : average 96En01=69(+16–11) 80Ew03=48(15) **
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(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
202Pt -22600# 300# 44 h 15 0+ 97 ß -=100
202Au -24400 170 28.8 s 1.9 (1-) 97 ß -=100
202Hg -27345.9 0.6 STABLE 0+ 97 IS=29.86 26 *
202Tl -25983 15 12.23 d 0.02 2- 97 ß +=100
202Tlm -25033 15 950.19 0.10 572 µs 7 7+ 97
202Pb -25934 8 52.5 ky 2.8 0+ 97 e˜100; a<1#
202Pbm -23764 8 2169.83 0.07 3.53 h 0.01 9- 97 IT=90.5 5; ß +=9.5 5
202Bi -20733 20 1.72 h 0.05 5(+#) 97 ß +=100; a 200 ns 11- 97 IT=100
202At -10591 28 184 s 1 (2,3)+ 97 ß +=?; a=18 3
202Atm -10401 28 190 40 MD 182 s 2 (7+) 97 IT ?; ß + ?; a=8.7 15
202Atn -10010 28 580 40 MD 460 ms 50 (10-) 97 92Hu04 E IT˜100; ß +=0.25#; . . . *
202Rn -6275 18 9.94 s 0.18 0+ 97 96Ta18 T a=?; ß +=14# *
202Fr 3140 50 290 ms 30 (3+) 97 96En01 T a=?; ß +=3# *
202Frm 3470# 70# 330# 90# 340 ms 40 (10-) 97 a=?; ß +=3#
202Ra 9210 60 2.6 ms 2.1 0+ 98 96Le09 TD a=100
*202Hg D : lower half-life limit for 24Ne decay T>3.7 Zy, from 90Bu28 **
*202Bi J : re-evaluation to a possible 6+ is discussed in 96Ca02 **
*202Atn D : . . . ; a=0.096 11 **
*202Atn E : 391.7(0.5) keV above 202Atm **
*202Rn T : average 96Ta18=10.3(0.4) 71Ho01=9.85(0.20) **
*202Fr T : average 96En01=230(+80–40) 95Bi.A=300(40) **
203Au -23143 3 53 s 2 3/2+ 93 ß -=100
203Hg -25269.1 1.7 46.612 d 0.018 5/2- 93 ß -=100
203Hgm -24336.0 2.0 933.1 1.0 24 µs (13/2+)
203Tl -25761.2 1.3 STABLE 1/2+ 93 IS=29.524 14
203Tlm -22360 300 3400 300 7.7 µs 0.5 (25/2+) 98Pf02 TJ IT=100
203Pb -24787 7 51.873 h 0.009 5/2- 93 e =100
203Pbm -23962 7 825.20 0.09 6.3 s 0.2 13/2+ 93 IT=100
203Pbn -21838 7 2949.47 0.22 480 ms 20 29/2- 93 IT=100
203Bi -21540 22 11.76 h 0.05 9/2- 93 ß +=100; a˜1e–5
203Bim -20442 22 1098.14 0.07 303 ms 5 1/2+ 93 IT=100
203Po -17307 26 36.7 m 0.5 5/2- 93 ß +˜100; a=0.11 2
203Pom -16666 26 641.49 0.17 45 s 2 13/2+ 93 IT˜100; a=0.04#
203At -12163 12 7.4 m 0.2 9/2- 93 ß +=69 3; a=31 3
203Rn -6160 24 43.5 s 2.1 (3/2,5/2)- 93 96Ta18 T a=66 9; ß +=34 9 *
203Rnm -5798 24 363 4 AD 26.7 s 0.5 13/2(+) 93 87Bo29 J a=?; ß +=20# *
203Fr 861 16 550 ms 20 9/2-# 98 a=?; ß +=5#
203Ra 8640 80 4 ms 3 (3/2-) 98 96Le09 TJD a˜100; ß + ?
203Ram 8860 40 220 90 AD 41 ms 17 (13/2+) 98 96Le09 TJD a˜100; ß + ?
*203Rn T : average 96Ta18=42(3) 71Ho01=45(3) **
*203Rnm T : from 96Ta18 **
204Au -20750# 200# 39.8 s 0.9 (2-) 94 ß -=100
204Hg -24690.2 0.3 STABLE 0+ 94 IS=6.87 15; 2ß – ?
204Tl -24346.0 1.3 3.78 y 0.02 2- 94 ß -=97.10 12; e =2.90 12
204Tlm -23242.0 1.4 1104.0 0.4 63 µs 2 (7)+ 94 IT=100
204Tln -21850 500 2500 500 2.6 µs 0.2 (12-) 98Pf02 TJ IT=100
204Tlp -20850 500 3500 500 1.6 µs 0.2 (20+) 98Pf02 TJ IT=100
204Pb -25109.7 1.2 STABLE (>140 Py) 0+ 94 IS=1.4 1; a ?
204Pbm -22923.9 1.2 2185.79 0.05 67.2 m 0.3 9- 94 IT=100
204Bi -20667 26 11.22 h 0.10 6+ 94 ß +=100
204Bim -19862 26 805.5 0.3 13.0 ms 0.1 10- 94 IT=100
204Bin -17834 26 2833.4 1.1 1.07 ms 0.03 (17+) 94 IT=100
204Po -18334 11 3.53 h 0.02 0+ 94 ß +=99.34 1; a=0.66 1
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. . . A-group continued . . .
204At -11875 24 9.2 m 0.2 7+ 94 ß +=96.2 2; a=3.8 2
204Atm -11288 24 587.30 0.20 108 ms 10 (10-) 94 IT=100
204Rn -7984 15 1.24 m 0.03 0+ 95 a=73 1; ß + ?
204Fr 608 25 1.7 s 0.3 (3+) 94 95Bi.A D a=96 2; ß + ?
204Frm 658 25 50 4 AD 2.6 s 0.3 (7+) 94 95Bi.A D a=90 2; ß + ?
204Frn 934 25 326 4 AD 1.7 s 0.6 (10-) 94 94Le05 T a=74 8; IT=26 8 *
204Ra 6054 15 60 ms 11 0+ 98 95Le04 T a˜100; ß +=0.3# *
*204Frn E : 276.1 keV above 204Frm, from 95Bi.A D : a intensity is from 95Bi.A **
*204Ra T : average 95Le04=45(+55–21) 96Le09=59(+12–9) **
205Au -18750# 300# 31 s 2 3/2+ 97 94We02 T ß -=100
205Hg -22287 4 5.2 m 0.1 1/2- 98 ß -=100
205Hgm -20730 4 1556.53 0.24 1.10 ms 0.04 (13/2+) 98 IT=100
205Tl -23820.6 1.3 STABLE 1/2+ 93 IS=70.476 14
205Tlm -20530.0 1.3 3290.63 0.17 2.6 µs 0.2 25/2+ 93 IT=100
205Pb -23770.1 1.2 15.3 My 0.7 5/2- 93 e =100
205Pbm -22756.3 1.2 1013.839 0.013 5.54 ms 0.10 13/2+ 93 IT=100
205Pbn -20574.5 1.4 3195.6 0.8 217 ns 5 25/2- 93 IT=100
205Bi -21062 7 15.31 d 0.04 9/2- 93 ß +=100
205Po -17509 20 1.66 h 0.02 5/2- 93 ß +˜100; a=0.04 1
205Pom -16048 20 1461.20 0.21 58 ms 1 19/2- 93 IT=100
205Pon -16629 20 880.30 0.04 645 µs 13/2+
205At -12972 15 26.2 m 0.5 9/2- 93 ß +=90 2; a=10 2
205Atm -10909 15 2062.57 0.25 67.9 ns 25/
2+
205Atn -10632 15 2339.60 0.25 7.8 µs 29/2+
205Rn -7710 50 2.8 m 0.1 5/2- 93 ß +=77 4; a=23 4
205Fr -1310 8 3.85 s 0.10 (9/2-) 93 a˜100; ß +<1
205Ra 5840 90 220 ms 40 (3/2-) 93 96Le09 TJ a=?; ß + ? *
205Ram 6150# 100# 310# 110# 180 ms 50 (13/2+) 96Le09 TJD a=?; IT ?
*205Ra T : average 96Le09=210(+60–40) 87He10=220(60) **
206Hg -20946 20 8.15 m 0.10 0+ 99 ß -=100
206Tl -22253.1 1.4 4.200 m 0.017 0- 99 ß -=100
206Tlm -19610.0 1.4 2643.11 0.19 3.74 m 0.03 (12-) 99 IT=100
206Pb -23785.4 1.2 STABLE 0+ 99 IS=24.1 1
206Pbm -21585.3 1.2 2200.14 0.04 125 µs 2 7-
99 IT=100
206Pbn -19758.1 1.4 4027.3 0.7 202 ns 3 12+ 99 IT=100
206Bi -20028 8 6.243 d 0.003 6(+) 99 ß +=100
206Bim -19968 8 59.897 0.017 7.7 µs 0.2 (4+) 99 IT=100
206Bin -18983 8 1044.8 0.5 890 µs 10 (10-) 99 IT=100
206Po -18182 8 8.8 d 0.1 0+ 99 ß +=94.55 5; a=5.45 5
206Pom -16596 8 1585.85 0.11 222 ns 10 8+# 99 IT=100 *
206Pon -15920 8 2262.22 0.14 1.05 µs 0.06 9-# 99 IT=100
206At -12420 20 30.6 m 1.3 (5)+ 99 ß +=99.11 8; a=0.89 8
206Atm -11613 20 807 3 410 ns 80 (10)- 99Fe10 ETJ IT=100
206Rn -9116 15 5.67 m 0.17 0+ 99 a=62 3; ß +=38 3
206Fr -1243 28 16 s (2+,3+) 99 92Hu04 D ß +=?; a=42 24 *
206Frm -1048 28 190 40 MD 15.9 s 0.1 (7+) 99 92Hu04 D a=42 24; ß + ?; IT ?
206Frn -517 28 730 40 MD 700 ms 100 (10-) 99 IT=?; a˜12# *
206Ra 3565 18 240 ms 20 0+ 99 a=100
206Ac 13510 70 *& 25 ms 7 (3+) 99 a˜100; ß +=0.2#
206Acm 13590 90 80 50 *& 15 ms 6 99 a˜100
206Acn 13800# 80# 290# 110# & 41 ms 16 (10-) 99 a˜100
*206Pom E : less than 40 keV above 1573.4 level, from ENSDF **
*206Fr D : a=84(2)% for mixture of 206Fr and 206Frm, in 92Hu04. Value replaced by **
*206Fr D : uniform distribution 0%-84% for each isomer **
*206Frn E : 531 keV above 206Frm, from ENSDF **
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(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
207Hg -16220 150 2.9 m 0.2 (9/2+) 94 ß -=100
207Tl -21034 5 4.77 m 0.02 1/2+ 94 ß -=100
207Tlm -19686 5 1348.1 0.3 1.33 s 0.11 11/2- 94 IT˜100; ß -<0.1#
207Pb -22451.9 1.2 STABLE 1/2- 94 IS=22.1 1
207Pbm -20818.5 1.2 1633.368 0.005 806 ms 6 13/2+ 94 IT=100
207Bi -20054.4 2.4 32.9 y 1.4 9/2- 94 ß +=100
207Bim -17952.9 2.4 2101.49 0.16 182 µs 6 21/
2+ 94 IT=100
207Po -17146 7 5.80 h 0.02 5/2- 94 ß +˜100; a=0.021 2
207Pom -15763 7 1383.15 0.06 2.79 s 0.08 19/2- 94 IT=100
207Pon -16031 7 1115.073 0.016 49 µs 13/2+
207At -13243 21 1.80 h 0.04 9/2- 94 ß +=91.4 10; a=8.6 10
207Rn -8631 26 9.25 m 0.17 5/2- 94 ß +=79 3; a=21 3
207Rnm -7732 26 899.0 1.0 181 µs 18 (13/2+) 94 IT=100
207Fr -2840 50 14.8 s 0.1 9/2- 94 a=95 2; ß +=5 2
207Ra 3540 60 1.3 s 0.2 (5/2-,3/2-) 94 a˜90; ß +˜10
207Ram 4095 25 560 50 AD 57 ms 8 (13/2+) 94 96Le09 T IT=85#; a=?; . . . *
207Ac 11130 50 31 ms 8 9/2-# 98 94Le05 TD a=100 *
*207Ram D : . . . ; ß +=0.55# **
*207Ram T : average 96Le09=63(16) 87He10=55(10) **
*207Ac T : average 98Es02=27(+11–6) 94Le05=22(+40–9) **
208Hg -13100# 300# 42 m 5 0+ 98 98Zh22 T ß -=100 *
208Tl -16749.5 2.0 3.053 m 0.004 5(+) 98 ß -=100
208Pb -21748.5 1.2 STABLE 0+ 96 IS=52.4 1
208Pbm -16853.5 2.3 4895 2 500 ns 10 10+ 86 98Pf02 T IT=100
208Bi -18870.0 2.4 368 ky 4 (5)+ 86 ß +=100
208Bim -17298.9 2.4 1571.1 0.4 2.58 ms 0.04 (10)- 86 IT=100
208Po -17469.5 1.8 2.898 y 0.002 0+ 86 a˜100; ß +=0.00223 23
208At -12491 26 1.63 h 0.03 6+ 86 ß +=99.45 6; a=0.55 6
208Rn -9648 11 24.35 m 0.14 0+ 86 a=62 7; ß +=38 7
208Fr -2670 50 59.1 s 0.3 7+ 86 a=90 4; ß +=10 4
208Ra 1714 15 1.3 s 0.2 0+ 86 a=?; ß +=5#
208Ram 3510 200 1800 200 270 ns (8+) 98Le.A ETJ
208Ac 10760 60 97 ms 16 (3+) 96 96Ik01 T a=?; ß +=1# *
208Acm 11258 28 500 50 AD 28 ms 7 (10-) 96 96Ik01 T a=?; IT300 ns) 0+ 03 98Pf02 I ß – ?
210Tl -9246 12 1.30 m 0.03 5+# 03 ß -=100; ß -n=0.009 6
210Pb -14728.3 1.5 22.20 y 0.22 0+ 03 ß -=100; a=1.9e–6 4
210Pbm -13450 5 1278 5 201 ns 17 8+ 03 IT=100
210Bi -14791.8 1.4 5.012 d 0.005 1- 03 ß -=100; a=13.2e–5 10
210Bim -14520.5 1.4 271.31 0.11 3.04 My 0.06 9- 03 a=100
210Bin -14358.3 1.4 433.49 0.10 57.5 ns 10 7-
03 IT=100
210Po -15953.1 1.2 138.376 d 0.002 0+ 03 a=100
210Pom -14396.1 1.2 1556.96 0.03 98.9 ns 2.5 8+ 03 IT=100
210At -11972 8 8.1 h 0.4 (5)+ 03 ß +˜100; a=0.175 20
210Atm -9422 8 2549.6 0.2 482 µs 6 (15)- 03 IT=100
210Atn -7944 8 4027.7 0.2 5.66 µs 0.07 (19)+ 03 IT=100
210Atp -5013 8 6959.3 0.6 98 ns 2 (26-) 03 IT=100
210Rn -9598 9 2.4 h 0.1 0+ 03 a=96 1; ß + ?
210Rnm -7908 17 1690 15 644 ns 40 8+# 03 IT? *
210Rnn -5761 17 3837 15 1.06 µs 0.05 (17)- 03 IT=100
210Rnp -3105 17 6493 15 1.04 µs 0.07 (22)+ 03 IT=100
210Fr -3346 22 3.18 m 0.06 6+ 03 a=60 30; ß +=40 30
210Ra 461 15 3.7 s 0.2 0+ 03 a=?; ß +=4#
210Ram 2260 200 1800 200 2.24 µs (8+) 03 98Le.A EJ
210Ac 8790 60 350 ms 40 7+# 03 00He17 T a=?; ß +=9# *
210Th 14043 25 17 ms 11 0+ 03 a=?; ß +=1#
*210Rnm E : ENSDF2003: less than 50 keV above 1664.6 level **
*210Ac T : average 00He17=335(+64–46) 68Va04=350(50) **
211Tl -6080# 200# 1# m (>300 ns) 1/2+# 98Pf02 I ß – ?
211Pb -10491.4 2.7 36.1 m 0.2 9/2+ 91 ß -=100
211Bi -11858 6 2.14 m 0.02 9/2- 91 a˜100; ß -=0.276 4
211Bim -10631 6 1227.2 0.3 70 ns 5 (21/2-) 91 IT=100
211Bin -10601 12 1257 10 1.4 µs 0.3 (25/2-) 91 98Pf02 T IT=100
211Po -12432.5 1.3 516 ms 3 9/2+ 91 a=100
211Pom -10970 5 1462 5 AD 25.2 s 0.6 (25/2+) 91 a˜100; IT=0.016 4
211Pon -10298 5 2135 5 0.25 µs 0.07 (31/2-) 98Fo04 ETJ IT˜100; a ?
211Pop -7559 5 4874 5 2 µs 1 (43/2+) 98Fo04 ETJ IT˜100; a ?
211At -11647.1 2.8 7.214 h 0.007 9/2- 96 e =58.20 8; a=41.80 8
211Rn -8756 7 14.6 h 0.2 1/2- 96 ß +=72.6 17; a=27.4 17
211Fr -4158 21 3.10 m 0.02 9/2- 91 a>80; ß +93; ß +<7
211Ac 7200 70 213 ms 25 9/2-# 91 00He17 T a˜100; ß +300 ns) 5+# 98Pf02 I ß – ?
212Pb -7547.4 2.2 10.64 h 0.01 0+ 92 ß -=100
212Pbm -6212 10 1335 10 5 µs 1 (8+) 92 98Pf02 T IT=100
212Bi -8117.3 2.0 60.55 m 0.06 1(-) 92 89Ha.A D ß -=64.06 6; a=35.94 6; . . . *
212Bim -7870 30 250 30 AD 25.0 m 0.2 (9-) 92 a=67 1; ß -=33 1; ß -a=30 1
212Bin -5920# 200# 2200# 200# 7.0 m 0.3 > 15 92 ß -˜100; IT ? *
212Po -10369.4 1.2 299 ns 2 0+ 92 a=100
212Pom -7459 12 2911 12 AD 45.1 s 0.6 (18+) 92 a˜100; IT=0.07 2
212At -8621 7 314 ms 2 (1-) 92 a˜100; ß +<0.03; ß -99; IT<1
212Atn -3849 8 4772 3 152 µs 5 (25-) 98By01 ETJ IT=100
212Rn -8660 3 23.9 m 1.2 0+ 92 a=100; 2ß + ?
212Fr -3538 26 20.0 m 0.6 5+ 92 ß +=57 2; a=43 2
212Ra -191 11 13.0 s 0.2 0+ 92 a=?; ß +=15#
212Ram 1767 11 1958.4 0.5 10.9 µs 0.4 (8)+ 92 IT=100
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. . . A-group continued . . .
212Ac 7280 70 920 ms 50 6+# 92 00He17 T a=?; ß +=3# *
212Th 12091 18 36 ms 15 0+ 92 a˜100; ß +=0.3#
212Pa 21610 70 8 ms 5 7+# 97Mi03 TD a=100
*212Bi D : . . . ; ß -a=0.014 **
*212Bin E : 1910 keV, if 100% ß – decay goes to 2922 level in 212Po, and if log f t for **
*212Bin E : this transition is 5.1 (see ENSDF), or higher **
*212Ac T : average 00He17=880(110) 68Va04=930(50) **
*212Ac J : ENSDF proposes to assign 7+, if the observed a feeds the 208Fr 7+ ground-state **
213Pb -3184 8 10.2 m 0.3 (9/2+) 92 ß -=100
213Bi -5231 5 45.59 m 0.06 9/2- 92 ß -=97.91 3; a=2.09 3
213Po -6653 3 4.2 µs 0.8 9/2+ 92 a=100
213At -6579 5 125 ns 6 9/2- 92 a=100
213Rn -5698 6 19.5 ms 0.1 (9/2+) 92 00He17 T a=100 *
213Fr -3550 8 34.6 s 0.3 9/2- 92 a=99.45 3; ß +=0.55 3
213Ra 358 20 2.74 m 0.06 1/2- 92 a=80 5; ß + ?
213Ram 2127 21 1769 6 AD 2.1 ms 0.1 17/2-# 92 76Ra37 J IT˜99; a˜1 *
213Ac 6150 50 731 ms 17 9/2-# 92 00He17 T a=?; ß + ?
213Th 12120 70 140 ms 25 5/2-# 92 a=?; ß + ?
213Pa 19660 70 7 ms 3 9/2-# 97 95Ni05 TD a=100
*213Rn T : in same paper 18.0(0.4) 19.0(0.5), not used. Other 70Va13=25.0(0.2) at **
*213Rn T : variance, not used **
*213Ram E : derived from difference in a decay energy in the AME evaluation. **
*213Ram E : ENSDF evaluation: less than 10 keV above 1769.7 level, thus 1775(3) keV **
*213Ram J : 17/2- or 13/2+ as proposed by 76Ra37 **
214Pb -181.3 2.4 26.8 m 0.9 0+ 95 ß -=100
214Bi -1200 11 19.9 m 0.4 1- 95 89Ha.A D ß -˜100; a=0.021 1; ß -a=0.003
214Po -4469.9 1.5 164.3 µs 2.0 0+ 95 a=100
214At -3380 4 558 ns 10 1- 95 a=100
214Atm -3320 8 59 9 AD 268 ns
214Atn -3146 5 234 6 AD 760 ns 9-
214Rn -4320 9 270 ns 20 0+ 95 a=100; 2ß + ?
214Rnm -2695 9 1625.1 0.5 6.5 ns 3.0 8+
214Fr -958 9 5.0 ms 0.2 (1-) 95 a=100
214Frm -835 9 123 6 AD 3.35 ms 0.05 (8-) 95 a=100
214Ra 101 9 2.46 s 0.03 0+ 95 a˜100; ß +=0.059 4
214Ac 6429 22 8.2 s 0.2 5+# 95 a=89 3; ß +=11 3
214Th 10712 17 100 ms 25 0+ 95 a˜100; ß +=0.1#
214Pa 19490 80 17 ms 3 95 95Ni05 D a=100
215Pb 4480# 410# 36 s 1 5/2+# 96Ry.B T ß -=100 *
215Bi 1649 15 7.6 m 0.2 (9/2-) 01 ß -=100
215Bim 2997 15 1347.5 2.5 36.4 m 2.5 (25/2-) 01 02Fr.B D IT=?; ß -=? *
215Po -540.3 2.5 1.781 ms 0.004 9/2+ 01 a=100; ß -=2.3e–4 2
215At -1255 7 100 µs 20 9/2- 01 a=100
215Rn -1169 8 2.30 µs 0.10 9/2+ 01 a=100
215Fr 318 7 86 ns 5 9/2- 01 a=100
215Ra 2534 8 1.55 ms 0.07 9/2+# 01 a=100
215Ram 4412 8 1877.8 0.5 7.1 µs 0.2 (25/2+) 01 IT=100
215Ran 4781 8 2246.9 0.5 1.39 µs 0.07 (29/2-) 01 IT=100
215Ac 6012 21 170 ms 10 9/2- 01 a˜100; ß +=0.09 2
215Th 10927 27 1.2 s 0.2 (1/2-) 01 a=100
215Pa 17870 90 14 ms 2 9/2-# 01 a=100
*215Pb T : other preliminary result 02Fr.B=147(12) s **
*215Bim T : other preliminary result 02Fr.B=36.9(0.6) s **
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216Bi 5874 11 2.17 m 0.05 1-# 97 96Ry.B T ß -=100 *
216Po 1783.8 2.2 145 ms 2 0+ 97 a=100; 2ß – ?
216At 2257 4 300 µs 30 1(-) 97 a˜100; ß -<0.006; e<3e–7
216Atm 2670 6 413 5 100# µs (9-) 97 a=100
216Rn 256 7 45 µs 5 0+
97 a=100
216Fr 2979 14 700 ns 20 (1-) 97 a=100; ß +<2e–7#
216Ra 3291 9 182 ns 10 0+ 97 a=100; e95; ß -300 ns) 7/2+# 98Pf02 I ß – ?; a ?
219At 10397 4 56 s 3 5/2-# 01 a˜97; ß -˜3
219Rn 8830.8 2.5 3.96 s 0.01 5/2+ 01 a=100
219Fr 8618 7 20 ms 2 9/2- 01 a=100
219Ra 9394 8 10 ms 3 (7/2)+ 01 a=100
219Ac 11570 50 11.8 µs 1.5 9/2- 01 a=100; ß +=1e–6#
219Th 14470 50 1.05 µs 0.03 9/2+# 01 a=100; ß +=1e–7#
219Pa 18520 50 53 ns 10 9/2- 01 a=100; ß +=5e–9#
219U 23210 60 55 µs 25 9/2+# 01 a=100; ß +=1.4e–5#
220Po 15470# 360# 40# s (>300 ns) 0+ 98Pf02 I ß – ?
220At 14350 50 3.71 m 0.04 3(-#) 97 ß -=92 2; a=8 2
220Rn 10613.4 2.2 55.6 s 0.1 0+ 97 a=100; 2ß – ?
220Fr 11483 4 27.4 s 0.3 1+ 97 a˜100; ß -=0.35 5
220Ra 10273 9 17.9 ms 1.4 0+ 97 00He17 T a=100 *
220Ac 13752 15 26.36 ms 0.19 (3-) 97 90An19 T a=100; ß +=5e–4# *
220Th 14669 22 9.7 µs 0.6 0+ 97 a=100; e =2e–7#
220Pa 20380 60 780 ns 160 1-# 97 a=100; ß +=3e–7#
220U 23030# 200# 60# ns 0+ a ?; ß + ?
*220Ra T : average 00He17=18(2) 90An19=17(2) 61Ru06=23(5) **
*220Ac T : average 90An19=26.4(0.2) 70Bo13=26.1(0.5) **
221At 16810# 200# 2.3 m 0.2 3/2-# 90 ß -=100
221Rn 14472 6 25 m 2 7/2(+) 90 ß -=78 1; a=22 1
221Fr 13278 5 4.9 m 0.2 5/2- 90 97Ch53 D a˜100; ß -=0.0048 15; . . . *
221Ra 12964 5 28 s 2 5/2+ 90 94Bo28 D a=100; 14C=1.2e–10 9
221Ac 14520 50 52 ms 2 9/2-# 90 a=100
221Th 16938 9 1.68 ms 0.06 (7/2+) 90 a=100 *
221Pa 20380 50 5.9 µs 1.7 9/2- 90 a=100
221U 24590# 100# 700# ns 9/2+# a ?; ß + ?
*221Fr D : . . . ; 14C=8.8e–11 11 **
*221Fr D : ß – intensity is from 97Ch53; 14C intensity is from 94Bo28 **
*221Th T : also 00He17=2.0(+0.3–0.2) **
222At 20800# 300# 54 s 10 96 ß -=100
222Rn 16373.6 2.4 3.8235 d 0.0003 0+ 96 a=100
222Fr 16349 21 14.2 m 0.3 2- 96 ß -=100
222Ra 14321 5 38.0 s 0.5 0+ 96 a=100; 14C=3.0e–8 10
222Ac 16621 5 * 5.0 s 0.5 1- 96 a=99 1; ß +=1 1
222Acm 16820# 150# 200# 150# * 1.05 m 0.07 high 96 a=?; IT=10; ß +=1.4 4 *
222Th 17203 12 2.05 ms 0.07 0+ 96 00He17 T a=100; e<1.3e–8# *
222Pa 22120# 70# 3.2 ms 0.3 96 95Ni.A T a=100 *
222U 24300# 100# 1.4 µs 0.7 0+ 96 a=100; ß +<1e–6#
*222Acm D : derived from 0.7% < ß + < 2%, in ENSDF **
*222Th T : average 00He17=2.0(0.1) 99Gr28=2.1(0.1) **
*222Pa T : average 95Ni.A=3.3(0.3) 79Sc09=2.9(+0.6–0.4) **
*222Pa T : 70Bo13=5.7(0.5) at variance, not used **
223At 23460# 400# 50 s 7 3/2-# 01 ß -˜100; a=0.008#
223Rn 20300# 300# 24.3 m 0.4 7/2 01 ß -=100; a=0.0004#
223Fr 18383.8 2.4 22.00 m 0.07 3/2(-) 01 ß -˜100; a=0.006
223Ra 17234.7 2.5 11.43 d 0.05 3/2+ 01 a=100; 14C=8.9e–8 4
223Ac 17826 7 2.10 m 0.05 (5/2-) 01 a=99; e=1
223Th 19386 9 600 ms 20 (5/2)+ 01 a=100
223Pa 22320 70 5.1 ms 0.3 9/2-# 01 99Ho28 T a=100; ß +<0.001# *
223U 25840 70 21 µs 8 7/2+# 01 a˜100; ß +=0.2#
*223Pa T : average 99Ho28=4.9(0.4) 95Ni.A=5.0(1.0) 70Bo13=6.5(1.0) **
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224Rn 22440# 300# 107 m 3 0+ 97 ß -=100
224Fr 21660 50 3.33 m 0.10 1- 97 ß -=100
224Ra 18827.2 2.2 3.66 d 0.04 0+ 97 a=100; 14C=4.0e–9 12
224Ac 20235 4 2.78 h 0.17 0- 97 ß +=90.6 17; a=9.4 17; ß -<1.6#
224Th 19996 11 1.05 s 0.02 0+ 97 a=100; 2ß + ?
224Pa 23870 16 844 ms 19 5-# 97 96Li05 T a˜100; ß +=0.1# *
224U 25714 25 940 µs 270 0+ 97 92To02 T a=100; ß +2µs) 9/2-# 97 94Ye08 ID a=100
*225U T : 00He17=59(+5–2); others 94An02=68(+45–20) 92To02=95(15) and **
*225U T : 89He13=80(+40–10) outweighed, not used **
226Rn 28770# 400# 7.4 m 0.1 0+ 96 ß -=100
226Fr 27370 100 49 s 1 1- 96 ß -=100
226Ra 23669.1 2.3 1.600 ky 0.007 0+ 96 90We01 D a=100; 14C=2.6e–9 6; 2ß – ? *
226Ac 24310 3 29.37 h 0.12 (1)(-#) 96 ß -=83 3; e =17 3; a=0.006 2
226Th 23197 5 30.57 m 0.10 0+ 96 01Bo11 D a=100; 18O<3.2e–12
226Pa 26033 11 1.8 m 0.2 96 a=74 5; ß +=26 5
226U 27329 13 269 ms 6 0+ 96 01Ca.B T a=100 *
226Np 32740# 90# 35 ms 10 96 a=100; ß +=0.003#
*226Ra D : 14C: average 90We01=2.3(0.8) 86Ba26=2.9(1.0) 85Ho21=3.2(1.6) **
*226U T : average 01Ca.B=258(13) 00He17=281(9) 99Gr28=260(10) **
227Rn 32980# 420# 20.8 s 0.7 5/2(+#) 01 97Ku20 J ß -=100
227Fr 29650 100 2.47 m 0.03 1/2+ 01 ß -=100
227Ra 27179.0 2.4 42.2 m 0.5 3/2+ 01 ß -=100
227Ac 25850.9 2.4 21.772 y 0.003 3/2- 01 ß -=98.62 36; a=1.38 36
227Th 25806.2 2.5 18.68 d 0.09 1/2+ 01 a=100
227Pa 26832 7 38.3 m 0.3 (5/2-) 01 a=85 2; e =15 2
227U 29022 17 1.1 m 0.1 (3/2+) 01 a=100; ß +95; e2µs) 0+ 97 94An02 ID a˜100; ß +=0.1#
*228Np D : ß +SF=0.020(9)% defined by 94Kr13 relative to e , thus 0.012(6)% of total **
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229Fr 35820 40 50.2 s 0.4 1/2+# 90 92Bo05 T ß -=100
229Ra 32563 19 4.0 m 0.2 5/2(+) 90 ß -=100
229Ac 30750 30 62.7 m 0.5 (3/2+) 90 ß -=100
229Th 29586.5 2.8 7.34 ky 0.16 5/2+ 90 a=100
229Thm 29586.5 2.8 0.0035 0.0010 70 h 50 3/2+ 94He08 TEJ IT ? *
229Pa 29898.0 2.7 1.50 d 0.05 (5/2+) 90 e˜100; a=0.48 5
229Pam 29909.6 2.7 11.6 0.3 420 ns 30 3/2- 98Le15 EJD IT=100
229U 31211 6 58 m 3 (3/2+) 90 ß +˜80; a˜20
229Np 33780 90 4.0 m 0.2 5/2+# 90 a>50; ß +<50
229Npp 33850# 100# 70# 50# 5/2-#
229Pu 37400 50 120 s 50 3/2+# 97 01Ca.B TD a=100
*229Thm D : ultraviolet ? -ray emission assigned by 97Ir02 and 98Ri03 to IT decay is **
*229Thm D : proved by 99Sh12 to be due to N2 discharge emission. 99Ut01 sees **
*229Thm D : no UV in vacuo. **
230Fr 39600# 450# 19.1 s 0.5 93 ß -=100
230Ra 34518 12 93 m 2 0+ 93 ß -=100
230Ac 33810 300 122 s 3 (1+) 94 01Yu03 D ß -=100; ß -SF=1.19e–6 40
230Th 30864.0 1.8 75.38 ky 0.30 0+ 93 a=100; SF<5e–11; . . . *
230Pa 32175 3 17.4 d 0.5 (2-) 93 ß +=91.6 13; ß -=8.4 13; . . . *
230U 31615 5 20.8 d 0+
93 01Bo11 D a=100; 22Ne=4.8e–12 20; . . . *
230Np 35240 50 4.6 m 0.3 93 ß +=97; a=3
230Npp 35540# 210# 300# 200# am
230Pu 36934 15 1.70 m 0.17 0+ 93 01Ca.B T a=?; ß + ? *
*230Th D : . . . ; 24Ne=5.6e–11 10 **
*230Pa D : . . . ; a=0.0032 1 **
*230U D : . . . ; SF<1.4e–10#; 2ß + ? **
*230Pu T : also 90An22=154(66)s outweighed, not used **
231Fr 42330# 470# 17.6 s 0.6 1/2+# 01 ß -=100
231Ra 38400# 300# 103 s 3 (5/2+) 01 ß -=100
231Ram 38470# 300# 66.21 0.09 53 µs (1/2+) 01 IT=100
231Ac 35920 100 7.5 m 0.1 (1/2+) 01 ß -=100
231Th 33817.3 1.8 25.52 h 0.01 5/2+ 01 ß -=100; a=4e–11#
231Pa 33425.7 2.3 32.76 ky 0.11 3/2- 01 a=100; SF=3e–10; . . . *
231U 33807 3 4.2 d 0.1 (5/2)(+#) 01 e˜100; a=0.004 1
231Np 35630 50 48.8 m 0.2 (5/2)(+#) 01 ß +=98 1; a=2 1
231Npp 35690# 60# 60# 40# 5/2-#
231Pu 38285 26 8.6 m 0.5 3/2+# 01 99La14 D ß +=87 5; a=13 5
231Am 42440# 300# 30# s ß + ?; a ?
*231Pa D : . . . ; 24Ne=13.4e–10 17; 23F=9.9e–13 **
232Fr 46360# 640# 5 s 1 97 90Me13 T ß -=100
232Ra 40650# 280# 250 s 50 0+ 91 ß -=100
232Ac 39150 100 119 s 5 (1+) 91 ß -=100
232Th 35448.3 2.0 14.05 Gy 0.06 0+ 91 95Bo18 D IS=100.; a=100; SF=11e–10 3; . . . *
232Pa 35948 8 1.31 d 0.02 (2-) 91 ß -˜100; e =0.003 1
232U 34610.7 2.2 68.9 y 0.4 0+ 91 90Bo16 D a=100; 24Ne=8.9e–10 7; . . . *
232Np 37360# 100# 14.7 m 0.3 (4+) 91 ß +˜100; a˜0.003
232Pu 38366 18 33.7 m 0.5 0+ 91 ABBW D e =?; a=11# *
232Am 43400# 300# 1.31 m 0.04 91 ß +=?; a=2#; ß +SF=0.069 10
*232Th D : . . . ; 24Ne+26Ne<2.78e–10; 2ß – ? **
*232U D : . . . ; 28Mg<5e–12; SF<1e–12 **
*232U D:24Ne: average, as adopted by 91Bo20, of 2 results from their group **
*232Pu T : average 00La25=33.1(0.8) 73Ja06=34.1(0.7) **
*232Pu D : derived from 1.6%# < a < 20%#, in ENSDF **
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233Ra 44770# 470# 30 s 5 1/2+# 97 90Me13 T ß -=100
233Ac 41500# 300# 145 s 10 (1/2+) 90 ß -=100
233Th 38733.2 2.0 22.3 m 0.1 1/2+ 90 ß -=100
233Pa 37490.1 2.2 26.967 d 0.002 3/2- 90 ß -=100
233U 36920.0 2.7 159.2 ky 0.2 5/2+ 96 91Pr02 D a=100; SF3
233Cm 47290 70 1# m 3/2+# 01Ca.B D a=?; ß + ?
*233U D : . . . ; 24Ne=7.2e–11 9; 28Mg<1.3e–13 **
234Ra 47230# 490# 30 s 10 0+ 94 ß -=100
234Ac 45100# 400# 44 s 7 94 ß -=100
234Th 40614 3 24.10 d 0.03 0+ 94 ß -=100
234Pa 40341 5 6.70 h 0.05 4+ 94 78Ga07 D ß -=100; SF<3e–10
234Pam 40419 4 78 3 1.17 m 0.03 (0-) 94 78Ga07 D ß -˜100; IT=0.16 4; SF<1e–10
234U 38146.6 1.8 245.5 ky 0.6 0+ 94 IS=0.0055 2; a=100; . . . *
234Um 39567.9 1.8 1421.32 0.10 33.5 µs 2.0 6-
234Np 39956 9 4.4 d 0.1 (0+) 94 ß +=100
234Pu 40350 7 8.8 h 0.1 0+ 94 e˜94; a˜6
234Am 44530# 210# 2.32 m 0.08 94 90Ha02 D ß +˜100; a=0.039 12; . . . *
234Cm 46724 18 51 s 12 0+ 01Ca.B TD a=?; ß +=47#; SF=3
*234U D : . . . ; SF=1.73e–9 10; 28Mg=1.4e–11 3; 24Ne+26Ne=9e–12 7 **
*234Am D : . . . ; ß +SF=0.0066 18 **
235Ac 47720# 360# 40# s 1/2+# ß – ?
235Th 44260 50 7.2 m 0.1 1/2+# 03 ß -=100
235Pa 42330 50 24.44 m 0.11 (3/2-) 03 ß -=100
235U 40920.5 1.8 704 My 1 7/2- 03 IS=0.7200 51; a=100; . . . *
235Um 40920.6 1.8 0.0765 0.0004 26 m 1/2+ 03 IT=100
235Np 41044.7 2.0 396.1 d 1.2 5/2+ 03 e˜100; a=0.00260 13
235Pu 42184 21 25.3 m 0.5 (5/2+) 03 ß +˜100; a=0.0028 7
235Am 44660# 120# 9.9 m 0.5 5/2-# 03 ß +˜100; a=0.40 5
235Cm 47910# 200# 5# m 5/2+# 03 ß + ?; a ?
235Cmp 47960# 210# 50# 50# am
235Bk 52700# 400# 20# s ß + ?; a ?
*235U D : . . . ; SF=7e–9 2; 20Ne=8e–10 4; 25Ne˜8e–10; 28Mg=8e–10 **
236Ac 51510# 500# 2# m ß – ?
236Th 46450# 200# 37.5 m 0.2 0+ 91 ß -=100
236Pa 45350 200 9.1 m 0.1 1(-) 91 ß -=100; ß -SF=6e–8 4 *
236U 42446.3 1.8 23.42 My 0.03 0+ 91 a=100; SF=9.6e–8 6 *
236Um 45196 10 2750 10 115 ns 0+
236Np 43380 50 * 154 ky 6 (6-) 91 e =87.3 5; ß -=12.5 5; a=0.16 4
236Npm 43439 7 60 50 * 22.5 h 0.4 1 91 e =52 1; ß -=48 1
236Npp 43618 14 240 50 AD 3-
236Pu 42902.7 2.2 2.858 y 0.008 0+ 91 90Og01 D a=100; SF=1.36e–7 4; . . . *
236Am 46180# 100# 30# m 91 ß + ?; a ?
236Cm 47890# 200# 10# m 0+ 91 ß + ?; a ?
236Bk 53400# 400# 1# m ß + ?; a ?
*236Pa D : ß -SF decay questioned by 90Ha02 **
*236U D : and Ne+Mg < 4e–10%, from 89Mi.A **
*236Pu D : . . . ; 28Mg=2e–12; 2ß + ? **
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237Th 50200# 360# 4.8 m 0.5 5/2+# 97 00Xu02 T ß -=100 *
237Pa 47640 100 8.7 m 0.2 (1/2+) 95 ß -=100
237U 45391.9 1.9 6.75 d 0.01 1/2+ 95 ß -=100
237Np 44873.3 1.8 2.144 My0.007 5/2+ 95 89Pr.A D a=100; SF=2e–10; 30Mg<4e–12 *
237Pu 45093.3 2.2 45.2 d 0.1 7/2- 95 e˜100; a=0.0042 4
237Pum 45238.8 2.2 145.544 0.010 180 ms 20 1/2+ 95 IT=100
237Am 46570# 60# 73.0 m 1.0 5/2(-) 95 ß +˜100; a=0.025 3
237Cm 49280# 210# 20# m 5/2+# 95 ß + ?; a ?
237Cmp 49480# 260# 200# 150# 7/2-
237Bk 53100# 220# 1# m 7/2+# ß + ?; a ?
237Bkp 53170# 230# 70# 30# Nm (3/2-)
237Cf 57820# 500# 2.1 s 0.3 5/2+# 98 95La09 TD a ?; SF˜10; ß + ?
*237Th T : average 00Xu02=4.69(0.60) 93Yu03=5.0(0.9) **
*237Np D : and cluster (Z=10-14) < 1.8e–12%, from 92Mo03 **
238Th 52630# 280# 9.4 m 2.0 0+ 02 ß -=100
238Pa 50770 60 2.27 m 0.09 3-# 02 85Ba57 D ß -=100; ß -SF<2.6e–6
238U 47308.9 1.9 4.468 Gy 0.003 0+ 02 91Tu02 D IS=99.2745 106; a=100; . . . *
238Um 49866.8 2.0 2557.9 0.5 280 ns 6 0+ 02 IT=?; SF=2.6 4; a 250 ns (5/2+) 03 ß -=100
239Un 50707.7 1.9 133.7990 0.0010 780 ns 40 1/2+ 03 IT=100
239Np 49312.4 2.1 2.356 d 0.003 5/2+ 03 ß -=100; a=5e–10#
239Pu 48589.9 1.8 24.11 ky 0.03 1/2+ 03 a=100; SF=3.1e–10 6
239Pum 48981.5 1.8 391.584 0.003 193 ns 4 7/2- 03 IT=100
239Am 49392.0 2.4 11.9 h 0.1 (5/2)- 03 e˜100; a=0.010 1
239Amm 51890 200 2500 200 163 ns 12 (7/2+) 03 SF˜100; IT ?
239Cm 51190# 100# 2.9 h (7/2-) 03 ß +˜100; a<0.1
239Cmp 51340# 140# 150# 100# 1/2+
239Bk 54290# 230# 3# m 7/2+# 03 ß + ?; a ?
239Bkp 54330# 230# 41 11 AD (3/2-)
239Cf 58150# 210# 60 s 30 5/2+# 03 a=?; ß + ?
240Pa 56800# 300# 2# m ß – ?
240U 52715 5 14.1 h 0.1 0+ 96 ß -=100; a<1e–10
240Np 52315 15 * 61.9 m 0.2 (5+) 96 ß -=100
240Npm 52335 21 20 15 * 7.22 m 0.02 1(+) 96 81Hs02 E ß -˜100; IT=0.11 3
240Pu 50127.0 1.8 6.564 ky 0.011 0+ 01 89Pr.A D a=100; SF=5.7e–6 2; 34Si<1.3e–13
240Am 51512 14 50.8 h 0.3 (3-) 96 ß +=100; a˜1.9e–4
240Cm 51725.4 2.3 27 d 1 0+ 96 a˜100; e<0.5; SF=3.9e–6 8
240Bk 55670# 150# 4.8 m 0.8 96 ß + ?; a=10#; ß +SF=0.0020 13
240Bkp 55910# 180# 240# 100# am
240Cf 58030# 200# 1.06 m 0.15 0+ 96 95La09 D a˜98; SF˜2; ß + ?
240Es 64200# 400# 1# s a ?; ß + ?
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241U 56200# 300# 5# m 7/2+# ß – ?
241Np 54260 70 13.9 m 0.2 (5/2+) 94 ß -=100
241Pu 52956.8 1.8 14.35 y 0.10 5/2+ 96 ß -˜100; a=0.00245 2; . . . *
241Pum 53118.4 1.8 161.60 0.10 880 ns 1/2+
241Pun 55160 200 2200 200 21 µs 3
241Am 52936.0 1.8 432.2 y 0.7 5/2- 94 a=100; SF=4.3e–10 18; . . . *
241Amm 55140 100 2200 100 1.5 µs
241Cm 53703.4 2.2 32.8 d 0.2 1/2+ 94 e =99.0 1; a=1.0 1
241Bk 56100# 200# 4.6 m 0.4 (7/2+) 94 03As01 T a ?; ß + ?
241Bkp 56150# 200# 51 3 AD 3/2-
241Cf 59360# 260# 3.8 m 0.7 7/2-# 94 ß +˜75; a˜25
241Cfp 59510# 270# 150# 100# Nm (1/2+)
241Es 63840# 230# 10 s 5 (3/2-) 97 96Ni09 TJD a=?; ß + ?
241Esp 64240# 300# 400# 200# (7/2+)
*241Pu D : . . . ; SF<2.4e–14 **
*241Am D : . . . ; 34Si<7.4e–14 **
242U 58620# 200# 16.8 m 0.5 0+ 02 ß -=100
242Np 57420 200 * 2.2 m 0.2 (1+) 02 ß -=100
242Npm 57420# 210# 0# 50# * 5.5 m 0.1 6+# 02 ß -=100
242Pu 54718.4 1.9 375 ky 2 0+ 02 a=100; SF=5.50e–4 6
242Am 55469.7 1.8 16.02 h 0.02 1- 02 ß -=82.7 3; e =17.3 3
242Amm 55518.3 1.8 48.60 0.05 141 y 2 5- 02 IT˜100; a=0.45 2; SF<4.7e–9
242Amn 57670 80 2200 80 14.0 ms 1.0 (2+,3-) 02 SF˜100; IT=?; a ?
242Cm 54805.2 1.8 162.8 d 0.2 0+ 02 a=100; SF=6.2e–6 3; . . . *
242Bk 57740# 200# 7.0 m 1.3 2-# 02 80Ga07 D ß +˜100; ß +SF<3e–5; a ?
242Bkm 57940# 280# 200# 200# 600 ns 100 02 SF˜100; IT ?
242Bkp 57990# 220# 250# 100# 4-
242Cf 59340 40 3.49 m 0.15 0+ 02 70Si19 T a=80 20; ß + ?; SF<0.014 *
242Es 64970# 330# 13.5 s 2.5 02 94Ke.B D a=?; ß +=?; ß +SF=0.6 *
242Fm 68400# 400# 800 µs 200 0+ 02 SF=?; a ?
*242Cm D : . . . ; 34Si=1.1e–14 4; 2ß + ? **
*242Cf T : average 70Si19=3.68(0.44) 67Si07=3.4(0.2) 67Fi04=3.2(0.5) 67Il01=3.7(0.3) **
*242Es D : ß +SF=0.6% assuming a and ß + are equal **
243Np 59880# 30# 1.85 m 0.15 (5/2-) 93 ß -=100
243Npp 59925 11 50# 30# Nm (5/2-)
243Pu 57756 3 4.956 h 0.003 7/2+ 93 ß -=100
243Pum 58140 3 383.6 0.4 330 ns 30 (1/2+) 93 IT=100
243Am 57176.1 2.3 7.37 ky 0.04 5/2- 93 a=100; SF=3.7e–9 2
243Cm 57183.6 2.1 29.1 y 0.1 5/2+ 93 a˜100; e =0.29 3; SF=5.3e–9 9
243Cmp 57312 10 129 9 AD 7/2+
243Bk 58691 5 4.5 h 0.2 (3/2-) 93 ß +˜100; a˜0.15
243Bkp 58740# 30# 50# 30# (7/2-)
243Cf 60950# 140# 10.7 m 0.5 (1/2+) 93 ß +˜86; a˜14
243Es 64780# 230# 21 s 2 3/2-# 93 ß +=70; a=30
243Esp 65180# 310# 400# 200# am
243Fm 69260# 220# 210 ms 60 7/2-# 93 ABBW D a=60 40; ß + ?; SF=0.57# *
*243Fm D : a=40(20)% if a branching of 239Cf is 100%, see ENSDF **
244Np 63200# 300# 2.29 m 0.16 (7-) 03 ß -=100
244Pu 59806 5 80.0 My 0.9 0+ 03 92Mo25 D a˜100; SF=0.121 4; . . . *
244Am 59881.0 2.1 10.1 h 0.1 6-# 03 ß -=100
244Amm 59969.5 2.3 88.6 1.7 RQ 26 m 1 1+ 03 ß -˜100; e =0.0361 13
244Cm 58453.7 1.8 18.10 y 0.02 0+ 03 a=100; SF=1.37e–4 3
244Cmm 59493.9 1.8 1040.188 0.012 34 ms 2 6+ 03 IT=100
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. . . A-group continued . . .
244Bk 60716 14 4.35 h 0.15 4-# 03 ß + ?; a=0.006 3
244Bkp 60860# 50# 140# 50# am
244Cf 61479.2 2.9 19.4 m 0.6 0+ 03 a˜100; e ?
244Es 66030# 180# 37 s 4 03 ß +=?; a=5 3; ß +SF=0.01
244Esp 66230# 240# 200# 150# am
244Fm 69010# 280# 3.3 ms 0.5 0+ 03 SF˜100; a=0.4#
*244Pu D : . . . ; 2ß – 1.1 Ey, from 92Mo25; thus 2ß – < 7.3 e–9% **
245Pu 63106 14 10.5 h 0.1 (9/2-) 93 ß -=100
245Am 61900 3 2.05 h 0.01 (5/2)+ 93 ß -=100
245Cm 61004.7 2.1 8.5 ky 0.1 7/2+ 93 a=100; SF=6.1e–7 9
245Cmm 61360.6 2.1 355.90 0.10 290 ns 20 1/2+ 93 IT=100
245Bk 61815.4 2.3 4.94 d 0.03 3/2- 93 e˜100; a=0.12 1
245Bkp 61870# 30# 50# 30# (7/2-)
245Cf 63386.9 2.9 45.0 m 1.5 (5/2+) 93 ß +=64 3; a=36 3
245Cfp 63540# 100# 150# 100# 7/2+
245Es 66440# 200# 1.1 m 0.1 (3/2-) 93 ß +=60 10; a=40 10
245Esp 66740# 220# 300# 100# am
245Esq 66790# 250# 350# 140# am
245Fm 70220# 280# 4.2 s 1.3 1/2+# 93 a=?; ß +=4.2#; SF=0.13#
245Md 75290# 320# * 900 µs 250 1/2-# 97 96Ni09 TJD SF=?; a ?
245Mdm 75490# 310# 200# 100# * 400 ms 200 (7/2+) 97 96Ni09 TJD a=?; ß + ?
246Pu 65395 15 10.84 d 0.02 0+ 98 ß -=100
246Am 64995 18 39 m 3 (7-) 98 ß -=100
246Amm 65025 15 30 10 25.0 m 0.2 2(-) 98 ß -˜100; IT<0.02
246Cm 62618.4 2.1 4.76 ky 0.04 0+ 98 a˜100; SF=0.02615 7
246Bk 63970 60 1.80 d 0.02 2(-) 98 ß +˜100; a=0.1#
246Cf 64091.7 2.1 35.7 h 0.5 0+ 98 a=100; SF=2.5e–4 2; e10; SF=4.5 13; . . . *
246Md 76280# 330# 1.0 s 0.4 98 a=?; ß + ?; SF ?
246Mdm 76490# 340# 210 70 EU 1.0 s 0.4 96Ni09 TD a=?; ß + ? *
*246Es D : . . . ; ß +SF˜0.003 **
*246Fm D : . . . ; ß +SF=10 5 **
*246Mdm I : no longer considered to exist, see ENSDF’98 **
247Pu 69000# 300# 2.27 d 0.23 1/2+# 93 ß -=100
247Am 67150# 100# 23.0 m 1.3 5/2# 93 ß -=100
247Cm 65534 4 15.6 My 0.5 9/2- 93 a=100
247Bk 65491 6 1.38 ky 0.25 (3/2-) 93 a˜100; SF ?
247Cf 66137 8 3.11 h 0.03 7/2+# 93 e˜100; a=0.035 5
247Es 68610# 30# 4.6 m 0.3 7/2+# 93 ß +˜93; a˜7; SF˜9e–5#
247Esp 68930# 200# 320# 200# am
247Fm 71580# 140# 35 s 4 5/2+# 93 a=50; ß +=50
247Fmm non existent EU 9.2 s 2.3 93 67Fl15 I a˜100; IT ? *
247Fmp 71730# 170# 150# 100# Nm (7/2+)
247Fmq 71980# 210# 400# 150#
247Md 76040# 320# * 270 ms 160 1/2-# 93 93Ho.A TD SF=?; a ?
247Mdm 76170# 310# 130# 100# Nm * 1.12 s 0.22 (7/2+) 93Ho.A TD a=100; SF=0.0001#
*247Fmm I : existence of this isomer is discussed in ENSDF **
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248Am 70560# 200# 3# m 99 ß – ?
248Cm 67392 5 348 ky 6 0+ 99 a=91.61 16; SF=8.39 16; . . . *
248Bk 68080# 70# * >9 y 6+
# 99 a ?
248Bkm 68110 21 30# 70# * 23.7 h 0.2 1(-) 99 ß -=70 5; e =30 5; a=0.001#
248Bkp 68130 50 50# 50# (5-)
248Cf 67240 5 334 d 3 0+ 99 a˜100; SF=0.0029 3
248Es 70300# 50# 27 m 5 2-#,0+# 99 ß +˜100; a˜0.25; ß +SF=3e–5
248Esm non existent RN 41 m 89Ha27 I
248Fm 71906 12 36 s 3 0+ 99 a=93 7; ß +=7 7; SF=0.10 5
248Md 77150# 240# 7 s 3 99 ß +=80 10; a=20 10; . . . *
248Mdp 77250# 250# 100# 70#
248No 80660# 300# < 2 µs 0+ 03Be18 I SF ?
*248Cm D : . . . ; 2ß – ? **
*248Md D : . . . ; ß +SF60; ß + ?
249Mdm 77430# 250# 100# 100# 1.9 s 0.9 (1/2-) 01He35 TJD a=100
249No 81820# 340# 57 µs 12 5/
2+# 99 03Be18 T ß + ?; a ?
*249Bk D : . . . ; SF=47e–9 2 **
250Cm 72989 11 8300# y 0+ 01 SF˜74; a˜18; ß -˜8
250Bk 72951 4 3.212 h 0.005 2- 01 ß -=100
250Bkm 72987 4 35.59 0.05 29 µs 1 (4+) 01 IT=100
250Bkn 73036 5 84.1 2.1 AD 213 µs 8 (7+) 01 IT ?
250Cf 71171.8 2.1 13.08 y 0.09 0+ 01 a˜100; SF=0.077 3
250Es 73230# 100# * 8.6 h 0.1 (6+) 01 ß +>97; a ?
250Esm 73430# 180# 200# 150# * 2.22 h 0.05 1(-) 01 ß +˜100; a ?
250Fm 74074 12 30 m 3 0+ 01 a>90; e80; a<20; ß + ?; . . . *
250Md 78640# 300# 52 s 6 01 ß +=93 3; a=7 3; ß +SF=0.02
250Mdp 78830# 340# 190# 150# am
250No 81520# 200# 5.7 µs 0.8 0+ 01 03Be18 T SF˜100; a=0.1#; . . . *
*250Fmm D : . . . ; SF<8.2E-5 **
*250No D : . . . ; ß +=0.00025# **
*250No T : also 01Og08=36(+11–6) **
251Cm 76648 23 16.8 m 0.2 (1/2+) 99 ß -=100
251Bk 75228 11 55.6 m 1.1 3/2-# 99 ß -=100
251Bkm 75264 11 35.5 1.3 58 µs 4 7/
2+# 99 IT=100
251Cf 74135 4 900 y 40 1/2+ 99 a˜100; SF ?
251Es 74512 6 33 h 1 (3/2-) 99 e ?; a=0.5 2
251Fm 75987 8 5.30 h 0.08 (9/2-) 99 ß +=98.20 13; a=1.80 13
251Fmm 76178 8 191 2 15.2 µs 2.3 (5/2+) 99 IT=100
251Md 79030# 200# 4.0 m 0.5 7/2-# 99 ß +=95#; a=?
251Mdp 79080# 210# 50# 30# am
251No 82910# 180# * 760 ms 30 7/2+# 99 01He35 TD a=83 16; ß + ?; SF<0.3
251Nom 83030# 210# 110# 180# * 1.7 s 1.0 9/2-# 97He29 ETD a=100 *
251Lr 87900# 300# 150# µs ß + ?; a ?
*251Nom I : tentative assignment in 97He29, could not be confirmed in 01He35 **
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252Cm 79060# 300# 50; a<50
252Mdp 80670# 220# 40# 100# am
252No 82881 13 2.44 s 0.04 0+ 99 01Og08 TD a˜67; SF=32.2 5; ß + ? *
252Lr 88840# 250# 390 ms 90 99 01He35 TD ß +=71#; a=?; SF<1
252Lrp 89140# 290# 300# 150#
*252No T : other 03Be18=2.38(+0.26–0.22) D : SF from 01Og08; a estimated by NUBASE **
253Bk 80930# 360# 10# m 91Kr.A I ß – ? *
253Cf 79301 6 17.81 d 0.08 (7/2+) 99 ß -˜100; a=0.31 4
253Es 79013.7 2.6 20.47 d 0.03 7/2+ 99 a=100; SF=8.7e–6 3
253Fm 79350 4 3.00 d 0.12 (1/2)+ 99 e =88 1; a=12 1
253Md 81300# 210# 12 m 8 7/2-# 99 ß +˜100; a=0.6#
253Mdp 81300# 210# 0# 30# am
253No 84470# 100# 1.62 m 0.15 9/2-# 99 a=?; ß +=20#; SF=0.001#
253Nom 84590# 100# 129 19 AD 31 µs 5/2+# a=?
253Lr 88690# 220# * & 580 ms 70 (7/2-) 99 01He35 TJD a=90 10; SF=2.6 21; ß +=1#
253Lrm 88710# 250# 30# 100# *& 1.5 s 0.3 (1/2-) 99 01He35 TJD a=90 10; SF=8 5; ß +=1#
253Rf 93790# 450# * 13 ms 5 (7/2)(+#) 95Ho.B TJ SF˜50; a˜50 *
253Rfm 93990# 470# 200# 150# * 52 µs 14 (1/2)(-#) 99 97He29 J SF=?; a=5#
*253Bk I : possible identification, in 91Kr.A. Needs confirmation **
*253Rf I : the state with ˜1.8 s reported in ENSDF is not confirmed **
254Bk 84390# 300# 1# m ß – ?
254Cf 81341 12 60.5 d 0.2 0+ 01 SF˜100; a=0.31 2; 2ß – ?
254Es 81992 4 275.7 d 0.5 (7+) 01 a˜100; e =0.03#; . . . *
254Esm 82076 3 84.2 2.5 AD 39.
3 h 0.2 2+ 01 ß -=98 2; IT80; a ?
254Lr 89850# 340# 13 s 3 01 a=76 11; ß +=24 11; SF ? *
254Lrp 89880# 340# 30# 70#
254Rf 93320# 290# 23 µs 3 0+
01 97He29 TD SF=?; a<1.5
*254Es D : . . . ; ß -=1.74e–4 8; SF<3e–6 **
*254Esm D : . . . ; e =0.076 7; SF<0.045 **
*254Lr T : also 01Ga20=13.4(4.2) **
255Cf 84810# 200# 85 m 18 (7/2+) 99 ß -=100; SF<0.001#; a=2e–7#
255Es 84089 11 39.8 d 1.2 (7/2+) 99 ß -=92.0 4; a=8.0 4; SF=0.0041 2
255Fm 83799 5 20.07 h 0.07 7/2+ 99 a=100; SF=2.4e–5 10
255Fmp 84050# 100# 250# 100# Nm (9/2+)
255Md 84843 7 27 m 2 (7/2-) 99 ß +=92 2; a=8 2; SF<0.15
255Mdp 84850# 70# 10# 70# am
255No 86854 10 3.1 m 0.2 (1/2+) 99 a=61 3; ß +=39 3
255Nop 86950# 70# 100# 70# Nm (7/2+)
255Lr 90060# 210# 22 s 4 7/2-# 99 a=?; ß +<30#; SF<1# *
255Rf 94400# 180# * 1.64 s 0.11 9/2-# 99 01He35 TD a=?; SF=52 6
255Rfm 94320# 210# -80# 180# * 1.0 s 0.4 5/2+# 99 97He29 D a=100
255Db 100040# 420# 1.7 s 0.5 99 a ?; SF˜20
*255Lr T : also 01Ga20=21(8) **
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256Cf 87040# 300# 12.3 m 1.2 0+ 99 SF=100; a=6.2e–7#; 2ß – ?
256Es 87190# 100# * 25.4 m 2.4 (1+,0-) 99 ß -=100
256Esm 87190# 140# 0# 100# * 7.6 h (8+) 99 ß -˜100; ß -SF=0.002
256Fm 85486 7 157.6 m 1.3 0+ 99 SF=91.9 3; a=8.1 3
256Md 87620 50 77 m 2 (1-) 99 ß +=?; a=9.2 7; SF<3
256Mdp 87700# 110# 80# 100# am
256No 87824 8 2.91 s 0.05 0+ 99 a˜100; SF=0.53 6; e<0.01#
256Lr 91870# 220# 27 s 3 99 a=85 10; ß +=15 10; SF<0.03
256Lrp 91970# 230# 100 70 XL
256Rf 94236 24 6.45 ms 0.14 0+ 99 97He29 TD SF=?; a=0.32 17 *
256Db 100720# 290# 1.9 s 0.4 99 01He35 TD a=?; ß +=36 12; SF=? *
*256Rf T : average 97He29=6.2(0.2) 84Og02=6.7(0.2) **
*256Db T : average 01He35=1.6(+0.5–0.3) 83Og.A=2.6(+1.4–0.8) **
257Es 89400# 410# 7.7 d 0.2 7/2+# 99 ß -=100; a=4e–4#
257Fm 88589 6 100.5 d 0.2 (9/2+) 99 a˜100; SF=0.210 4
257Md 88996.2 2.8 5.52 h 0.05 (7/2-) 99 e =85 3; a=15 3; SF<4
257No 90241 22 25 s 2 (7/2+) 99 02Ho11 D a=?; ß +=15 8
257Nop 90550# 110# 310# 100# am
257Lr 92740# 210# 646 ms 25 9/2+# 99 a˜100; ß +=0.01#; SF=0.001#
257Lrp 92890# 230# 150# 100# am
257Rf 95930# 100# 4.7 s 0.3 (1/2+) 99 97He29 JD a=?; ß +=11 1; SF94; SF87; SF<13; ß +=1#
*257Rfm E : 97He29=118(4) keV form direct comparison of two alpha lines **
258Es 92700# 300# 3# m ß – ?; a ?
258Fm 90430# 200# 370 µs 14 0+
01 86Hu05 T SF˜100; a ? *
258Md 91688 5 * 51.5 d 0.3 8-# 01 93Mo18 D a˜100; ß +<0.0015; ß -<0.0015 *
258Mdm 91690# 200# 0# 200# * 57.0 m 0.9 1-# 01 93Mo18 D e =?; SF<20; ß -<10#; a95; ß +<5
258Lrp 95040# 180# 200# 150# am
258Rf 96400# 200# 12 ms 2 0+ 01 SF=87 2; a=13 2
258Db 101750# 340# * 4.5 s 0.6 01 a=64 7; ß +=36 7; SF<1#
258Dbm 101810# 350# 60# 100# * 20 s 10 01 ß +˜100; IT ?
258Sg 105420# 410# 3.3 ms 1.0 0+ 01 SF=?; a<20
*258Fm T : average 86Hu05=360(20) 71Hu03=380(20) (all 1s) ENSDF gives 3s **
*258Md D : derived from: “the sum of SF, e and ß – decay branches 150000 y, from 86Lo16, thus SF<1e–4%# **
*258Mdm D : SF<20% derived from 93Mo18 “the sum of SF and ß – decay branches < 30%” **
259Fm 93700# 280# 1.5 s 0.3 3/2+# 99 SF=100
259Md 93620# 200# 1.60 h 0.06 7/2-# 99 93Mo18 T SF=?; a<1.3
259No 94110# 100# 58 m 5 9/2+# 99 a=75 4; e =25 4; SF<10
259Nop 94390# 180# 280# 150#
259Lr 95850# 70# 6.2 s 0.3 9/2+# 99 a=78 2; SF=22 2; ß +=0.6#
259Lrp 96200# 170# 350# 150#
259Rf 98400# 70# 2.8 s 0.4 7/2+# 99 94Gr08 T a=92 2; SF=8 2; ß +=0.3# *
259Rfp 98500# 100# 100# 70# Nm (3/2+)
259Rfq 98610# 130# 210# 110# Nm (9/2+)
259Db 102100# 210# 510 ms 160 99 01Ga20 TD a=100
259Sg 106660# 180# 580 ms 210 1/2+# 99 a=90 10; SF<20
*259Rf T : average 94Gr08=1.7(+0.8–0.5) 85So03=3.4(1.7) 81Be03=3.0(1.3) **
*259Rf T : 73Dr10=3.2(0.8) and 69Gh01=3.2(0.8) **
124 G. Audi et al. / Nuclear Physics A 729 (2003) 3–128
Nuclide Mass excess Excitation Half-life Jp Ens Reference Decay modes and
(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
260Fm 95640# 500# EU 1# m 0+ SF ? *
260Md 96550# 320# 27.8 d 0.8 99 92Lo.B TD SF=?; a<5; e<5; ß -<3.5 *
260No 95610# 200# 106 ms 8 0+ 99 SF=100
260Lr 98280# 120# 3.0 m 0.5 99 a=80 20; ß +=20 20
260Rf 99150# 200# 21 ms 1 0+ 99 SF=?; a=2#; e =0.01#
260Db 103680# 230# 1.52 s 0.13 99 a=90.4 6; SF=9.6 6; ß +<2.5
260Dbp 103880# 280# 200# 150#
260Sg 106580 40 3.8 ms 0.8 0+ 99 SF=60 30; a=40 30
260Bh 113610# 580# 300# µs 99 a=100
*260Fm I : half-life ˜4ms and SF=100 mode were reported in the 92Lo.B internal **
*260Fm I : report. Not confirmed in subsequent experiment by same group (97Lo.A) **
*260Fm I : Discovery of this nuclide is considered unproven **
*260Md T : supersedes 86Hu01=31.8(0.5) of same group **
261Md 98480# 650# 40# m 7/2-# a ?
261No 98500# 300# 3# h 3/2+# a ?
261Lr 99560# 200# 39 m 12 99 SF=?; a ?
261Rf 101315 29 * & 5.5 s 2.5 3/2+# 99 02Ho11 T a=?; SF=40
261Rfm 101390# 100# 70# 100# * & 81 s 9 9/
2+# 02Ho11 TD a=?; ß +<15; SF82; SF<18
261Sg 108160# 130# 230 ms 60 7/2+# 99 a˜100; SF<1
261Sgp 108290# 140# 130 50 AD (9/2+)
261Sgq 108320# 140# 160 50 AD (3/2+)
261Bh 113330# 230# 13 ms 4 99 a=95 5; SF<10
262Md 101410# 580# 3# m SF ?; a ?
262No 99950# 450# 5 ms 0+ 01 SF˜100; a ?
262Lr 102120# 200# 4 h 01 ß +=?; SF<10; a ?
262Rf 102390# 280# * 2.3 s 0.4 0+ 01 SF˜100; a<0.8
262Rfm 102990# 490# 600# 400# * 47 ms 5 high 96La11 I SF=100 *
262Db 106270# 180# 35 s 5 01 a˜67; SF˜30; ß +=3#
262Dbp 106390# 200# 120# 70# a ?
262Sg 108420# 280# 8 ms 3 0+ 01 01Ho06 TD SF=?; a<22
262Bh 114470# 350# 290 ms 160 01 97Ho14 T a=?; SF<20 *
262Bhm 114780# 350# 300 60 AD 14 ms 4 01 97Ho14 T a=?; SF70; SF ?
263Sgm 110320# 100# 100# 70# Nm * 120 ms 3/2+# 99 a=?; IT ?
263Bh 114610# 370# 200# ms 99 a ?
263Hs 119750# 350# 1# ms 7/2+# 99 a=100
263Hsp 120250# 360# 500# 100# am a ?; SF ?
*263Rf T : average 03Kr.1=24(+19–7)m 93Gr.C=500(+300–200) s 92Cz.A=600(+300–200) s **
*263Db D : SF from 92Kr01=57(+13–15); ß + average 03Kr.1=3(+4–1) 93Gr.C=8(2) **
*263Db T : Possibly a candidate for the 54(+98–21) s SF decay observed by 98Ik02 **
G. Audi et al. / Nuclear Physics A 729 (2003) 3–128 125
Nuclide Mass excess Excitation Half-life Jp Ens Reference Decay modes and
(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
264No 104650# 640# 1# m 0+ a ?; SF ?
264Lr 106230# 440# 10# h a ?; SF ?
264Rf 106180# 450# 1# h 0+ a ?
264Db 109360# 230# 3# m a ?
264Sg 110780# 280# 400# ms 0+ 99 a ?
264Bh 116070# 280# 1.3 s 0.5 99 02Ho11 T a=?; ß + ? *
264Bhp 116370# 310# 300# 150# am
264Hs 119600 40 540 µs 300 0+ 99 95Ho.B T a˜50; SF˜50 *
*264Bh T : mean lifetime of 6 events 1.5 s **
*264Hs T : 95Ho.B (2 events 76µs and 825 µs) 87Mu15 (1 event 80µs). Average of **
*264Hs T : the 3 events: 327(+448–120) µs, see 84Sc13 **
265Lr 107900# 710# 10# h a ?; SF ?
265Rf 108710# 420# 13 h 3/2+# 00 99Og.A TD a ? *
265Db 110480# 280# 15# m a ?
265Sg 112820 60 8 s 3 3/2+# 99 a>50; SF ?
265Sgp 113120# 120# 300# 100# 11/2-#
265Bh 116570# 380# 500# ms a ?
265Hs 121170# 140# 2.1 ms 0.3 9/2+# 99 a˜100; SF<1
265Hsm 121480# 140# 300 70 AD 780 µs 150 3/2+# 99 a˜100; IT ?
265Mt 126820# 460# 2# ms a ?
*265Rf T : one case only after a 1.3 h measurement **
266Lr 111130# 660# 1# h a ?; SF ?
266Rf 109880# 540# 10# h 0+ a ?; SF ?
266Db 112740# 360# 20# m a ?; SF ?
266Sg 113700# 290# 21 s 6 0+ 01 98Tu01 T a=34 9; SF=66 9 *
266Bh 118250# 200# 5 s 3 01 a˜100; ß + ?; SF ? *
266Hs 121190# 280# 2.7 ms 1.0 0+ 01 01Ho06 TD a=?; SF˜1.4#
266Mt 127890# 350# 1.2 ms 0.4 01 84Og03 D a=?; SF<5.5 *
266Mtm 129120# 350# 1230 80 AD 6 ms 3 01 97Ho14 TD a=100 *
*266Sg T : average 98Tu01=21(+20–12) 94La22=10-30 D : from 18%<a<50% 50%<SF<82% **
*266Bh T : from T=1–10; estimated 1# s from systematics **
*266Mt T : 10 events yielding 1.01(+0.47–0.24) **
*266Mtm T : 3 events at 7.8, 2.0 and 5.0 yield 3.4(+4.7–1.3) **
267Rf 113200# 580# 5# h a ?; SF ?
267Db 113990# 470# 2# h a ?; SF ?
267Sg 115900# 270# 19 ms 99Og.B T a=100
267Bh 118910# 260# 22 s 10 00Wi15 TD a=100
267Hs 122760# 100# 32 ms 15 3/2+# 00 a=100
267Hsm non existent EU 200 ms 95Ho.A TDI a=?; IT ? *
267Mt 127900# 540# 10# ms a ?
267Ea 134450# 370# 10 µs 8 9/
2+# 00 95Gh04 T a=100 *
*267Hsm I : tentative only **
*267Ea T : one single event, lifetime 4µs, thus T=2.8(+13.0–1.3), see 84Sc13 **
268Rf 115170# 710# 1# h 0+ a ?; SF ?
268Db 116850# 530# 6# h a ?; SF ?
268Sg 117000# 540# 30# s 0+ a ?; SF ?
268Bh 120870# 380# 25# s a ?; SF ?
268Hs 123110# 410# 2# s 0+ a ?
268Mt 129220# 320# 53 ms 21 5+#,6+# 00 02Ho11 T a=100 *
268Mtp 129470# 330# 250# 100# a ?; SF ?
268Ea 133940# 500# 100# µs 0+ a ?
*268Mt T : mean lifetime of 6 events 60 ms **
126 G. Audi et al. / Nuclear Physics A 729 (2003) 3–128
Nuclide Mass excess Excitation Half-life Jp Ens Reference Decay modes and
(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
269Db 118730# 770# 3# h a ?; SF ?
269Sg 119930# 660# 35 s 23 00 a<100; SF ?
269Bh 121740# 410# 25# s a ?
269Hs 124870# 120# 27 s 17 00 02Ho11 T a=100 *
269Mt 129530# 550# 200# ms a ?
269Ea 135180# 140# 230 µs 110 3/2+# 00 95Ho03 T a=100
*269Hs T : 2 events at 19.7 and 22.0 s yield 14(+26–6) **
270Db 121760# 720# 1# h a ?; SF ?
270Sg 121400# 620# 10# m 0+ a ?; SF ?
270Bh 124460# 470# 30# s a ?; SF ?
270Hs 125430# 290# 30# s 0+ 01Tu.B D a=100
270Mt 131020# 540# 2# s a ?
270Ea 134810# 290# 160 µs 100 0+ 01Ho06 TD a˜100; SF˜0.2
270Eam 135940# 290# 1140 70 10 ms 6 (10)(-#) 01Ho06 ETJ a=?; IT ?
271Sg 124330# 650# 2# h a ?; SF ?
271Bh 125920# 560# 40# s a ?; SF ?
271Hs 128230# 340# 40# s a ?; SF ?
271Mt 131470# 570# 5# s a ?
271Ea 136060# 110# * 210 ms 170 11/2-# 00 a=100
271Eam 136090# 110# 29 29 AD * 1.3 ms 0.5 9/2+# 00 a=100
272Sg 125900# 770# 1# h 0+ a ?; SF ?
272Bh 128580# 610# 2# m a ?; SF ?
272Hs 129530# 580# 40# s 0+ a ?; SF ?
272Mt 133890# 480# 10# s a ?; SF ?
272Ea 136290# 650# 1# s 0+ SF ?
272Eb 143090# 330# 2.0 ms 0.8 5+#,6+# 00 02Ho11 T a=100 *
*272Eb T : mean lifetime of 6 events 2.3 ms **
273Sg 128750# 660# 1# m SF ?
273Bh 130050# 830# 90# m a ?; SF ?
273Hs 132260# 830# RN 50# s 3/2+# 00 02Ni10 I a ? *
273Mt 134990# 510# 20# s a ?; SF ?
273Ea 138670# 130# 360 µs 280 13/2-# 00 a=100
273Eam 138870# 130# 198 20 EU 120 ms 3/2+# 00 a=100
273Eap 138950# 130# 290 40 AD a ?; SF ?
273Eb 143150# 610# 5# ms a ?
*273Hs T : 99Ni03=1.2(+1.7–0.6) alpha decay retracted by authors in 02Ni10 **
274Bh 132680# 780# 90# m a ?; SF ?
274Hs 133330# 650# 1# m 0+ a ?; SF ?
274Mt 137390# 560# 20# s a ?; SF ?
274Ea 139250# 490# 2# s 0+ a ?; SF ?
274Eb 145050# 620# 5# ms a ?
275Bh 134370# 650# 40# m SF ?
275Hs 135950# 710# 30# m a ?; SF ?
275Mt 138460# 590# 30# s a ?; SF ?
275Ea 141750# 450# 2# s a ?; SF ?
275Eb 145450# 690# 10# ms a ?
G. Audi et al. / Nuclear Physics A 729 (2003) 3–128 127
Nuclide Mass excess Excitation Half-life Jp Ens Reference Decay modes and
(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
276Hs 137120# 820# 1# h 0+ a ?; SF ?
276Mt 140800# 680# 40# s a ?; SF ?
276Ea 142550# 610# 5# s 0+ a ?; SF ?
276Eb 147640# 630# 100# ms a ?; SF ?
277Hs 139580# 730# 40 m 30 3/2+# 00 99Og10 TD SF=100 *
277Mt 141980# 880# 1# m a ?; SF ?
277Ea 144980# 960# RN 5# s 11/2+# 00 02Ni10 I a ? *
277Eb 148590# 620# 1# s a ?; SF ?
277Ec 152710# 130# 1.1 ms 0.7 3/2+# 00 02Ho11 T a=100 *
*277Hs T : one single event 16.5m yields 11(+55–5) **
*277Ea T : 99Ni03=3.0(+4.7–1.5) alpha decay retracted by authors in 02Ni10 **
*277Ec T : two events at 0.280 ms and 1.406 ms **
278Mt 144210# 840# 30# m a ?; SF ?
278Ea 145750# 680# 10# s 0+ a ?; SF ?
278Eb 150530# 630# 1# s a ?; SF ?
278Ec 153060# 530# 10# ms 0+ a ?; SF ?
279Mt 145490# 720# 6# m a ?; SF ?
279Ea 147980# 740# 10# s a ?; SF ?
279Eb 151340# 660# 3# s a ?; SF ?
279Ec 155140# 490# 100# ms a ?; SF ?
280Ea 148850# 850# 11 s 6 0+ 01Og01 TD SF=100 *
280Eb 153210# 740# 10# s a ?; SF ?
280Ec 155600# 640# 1# s 0+ a ?; SF ?
*280Ea T : 3 events at 6.93, 14.3 and 7.4 yield 6.6(+9–2.4) **
281Ea 150960# 730# 4 m 3 3/2+# 00 99Og10 TD a=100 *
281Eb 154040# 930# 1# m a ?; SF ?
281Ec 157690# 990# RN 10# s 3/2+# 00 02Ni10 I a ? *
*281Ea T : one single event 1.6m yields 1.1(+5.3–0.5), see 84Sc13 **
*281Ec T : 99Ni03=0.89(+1.30–0.45) alpha decay retracted by authors in 02Ni10 **
282Eb 156010# 890# 4# m a ?; SF ?
282Ec 158140# 710# 30# s 0+ a ?; SF ?
283Eb 156880# 780# 10# m a ?; SF ?
283Ec 160020# 770# 4.2 m 2.1 99Og05 TD SF=100 *
283Ed 164360# 730# 10# s a ?; SF ?
*283Ec T : 4 events at 99Og07=9.3 m, 3.8 m, 99Og05=3.0m and 0.9m yield 3(+3–1)m **
284Ec 160570# 850# 31 s 18 0+ 01Og01 TD a=100
284Ed 165880# 800# 1# m a ?; SF ?
285Ec 162180# 730# 40 m 30 5/2+# 00 99Og10 TD a=100 *
285Ed 166490# 980# 2# m a ?; SF ?
285Ee 171110# 1030# RN 5# s 3/2+# 00 02Ni10 I a ? *
*285Ec T : one single event 15.4 s yields 11(+51–5), see 84Sc13 **
*285Ee T : 99Ni03=580(+870–290) alpha decay retracted by authors in 02Ni10 **
128 G. Audi et al. / Nuclear Physics A 729 (2003) 3–128
Nuclide Mass excess Excitation Half-life Jp Ens Reference Decay modes and
(keV) energy(keV) intensities (%)
286Ed 168120# 940# 5# m a ?; SF ?
286Ee 171260# 770# 5# s 0+ a ?; SF ?
287Ed 168640# 830# 20# m a ?; SF ?
287Ee 172880# 770# 10 s 7 99Og07 T a=100 *
287Ef 178090# 790# 500# ms a ?; SF ?
*287Ee T : 2 events at 1.32 s and 14.4 s yield 5.5(+10–2) **
288Ee 172970# 850# 2.8 s 1.4 0+ 01Og01 TD a=100
288Ef 179310# 850# 1# s a ?; SF ?
289Ee 174450# 730# 80 s 60 5/2+# 00 99Og10 TD a=100 *
289Ef 179510# 1020# 10# s a ?; SF ?
289Eg 185240# 1090# RN 10# ms 5/2+# 00 02Ni10 I a ? *
*289Ee T : one single event at 30.4 s yields 21(+101–10) **
*289Eg T : 99Ni03=600(+860–300) alpha decay retracted by authors in 02Ni10 **
290Ef 180840# 980# 10# s a ?; SF ?
290Eg 184990# 840# 50# ms 0+ a ?; SF ?
291Ef 181070# 890# 1# m a ?; SF ?
291Eg 186310# 850# 100# ms a ?; SF ?
291Eh 192410# 880# 10# ms a ?; SF ?
292Eg 186100# 850# 120 ms 100 0+ 01Og01 TD a=100 *
292Eh 193330# 940# 50# ms a ?; SF ?
*292Eg T : one single event at 46.9 ms yields 33(+155–15) **
293Ei 199960# 1200# RN 5# ms 1/2+# 00 02Ni10 I a ? *
*293Ei T : 99Ni03=120(+180–60) alpha decay retracted by authors in 02Ni10 **

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