ch42-p091 - 24.2% 8.6% 32.6% 115 In 116 In 117 In 118 In...

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through Te-122 at the upper right corner. The first column corresponds to N = 66, and the bottom row to Z = 48. The last column corresponds to N = 70, and the top row to Z = 52. Much of the information below (regarding values of T 1/2 particularly) was obtained from the websites http://nucleardata.nuclear.lu.se/nucleardata and http://www.nndc.bnl.gov/ nndc/ensdf. 118 Te 119 Te 120 Te 121 Te 122 Te 6.0 days 16.0 h 0.1% 19.4 days 2.6% 117 Sb 118 Sb 119 Sb 120 Sb 121 Sb 2.8 h 3.6 min 38.2 s 15.9 min 57.2% 116 Sn 117 Sn 118 Sn 119 Sn 120 Sn 14.5% 7.7%
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Unformatted text preview: 24.2% 8.6% 32.6% 115 In 116 In 117 In 118 In 119 In 95.7% 14.1 s 43.2 min 5.0 s 2.4 min 114 Cd 115 Cd 116 Cd 117 Cd 118 Cd 28.7% 53.5 h 7.5% 2.5 h 50.3 min 91. Although we havent drawn the requested lines in the following table, we can indicate their slopes: lines of constant A would have 45 slopes, and those of constant N Z would have 45. As an example of the latter, the N Z = 20 line (which is one of eighteen-neutron excess) would pass through Cd-114 at the lower left corner up...
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2011 for the course PHY 2049 taught by Professor Any during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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