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9. Although we haven’t 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 .A sanexamp leo fthe latter, the N Z = 20 line (which is one of “eighteen-neutron excess”) would pass through Cd-114 at the lower left corner up through Te-122 at the upper right corner. The Frst 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
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Unformatted text preview: // nucleardata . nuclear . lu . se / nucleardata and http: // www . nndc . bnl . gov / nndc / ensdf (we refer the reader to the remarks we made in the solution to problem 8). 114 Cd 28 . 7% 115 Cd 53 . 5 h 116 Cd 7 . 5% 117 Cd 2 . 5 h 118 Cd 50 . 3 min 115 In 95 . 7% 116 In 14 . 1 s 117 In 43 . 2 min 118 In 5 . 0 s 119 In 2 . 4 min 116 Sn 14 . 5% 117 Sn 7 . 7% 118 Sn 24 . 2% 119 Sn 8 . 6% 120 Sn 32 . 6% 117 Sb 2 . 8 h 118 Sb 3 . 6 min 119 Sb 38 . 2 s 120 Sb 15 . 9 min 121 Sb 57 . 2% 118 Te 6 . 0 days 119 Te 16 . 0 h 120 Te . 1% 121 Te 19 . 4 days 122 Te 2 . 6%...
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This note was uploaded on 11/12/2011 for the course PHYS 2001 taught by Professor Sprunger during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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