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Tables of Nuclear Data

The following data are available by clicking an element name
  • Weight of natural elements (M.E.Wieser and M.Berglund, Pure Appl. Chem., 81(11), pp.2131-2156 (2009))
  • Spin and parity of each isotope (same as WWW Chart of the Nuclides 2010)
  • Mass of each isotope (Audi et al., Private Communication (April 2011))
  • Half-life of each isotope (same as WWW Chart of the Nuclides 2010)
  • Abundance of each isotope (M.Berglund and M.E.Wieser, Pure Appl. Chem., 83(2), pp.397-410 (2011))
  • Cross sections are thermal cross sections, resonance integral, Maxwellian average cross sections, fission spectrum average cross sections and 14-MeV cross sections obtained from JENDL-3.2, JENDL-3.3 and JENDL-4.0. Nuclear temperature is 300K.
  • Strong gamma-rays and decay data [in a detailed data page of each isotope] (ENSDF as of March 2011)
    Gamma-ray Data in Selected Energy Range : A page to search gamma-rays by inputting energy range.
Element name

1.
H
2.
He
3.
Li
4.
Be
5.
B
6.
C
7.
N
8.
O
9.
F
10.
Ne
11.
Na
12.
Mg
13.
Al
14.
Si
15.
P
16.
S
17.
Cl
18.
Ar
19.
K
20.
Ca
21.
Sc
22.
Ti
23.
V
24.
Cr
25.
Mn
26.
Fe
27.
Co
28.
Ni
29.
Cu
30.
Zn
31.
Ga
32.
Ge
33.
As
34.
Se
35.
Br
36.
Kr
37.
Rb
38.
Sr
39.
Y
40.
Zr
41.
Nb
42.
Mo
43.
Tc
44.
Ru
45.
Rh
46.
Pd
47.
Ag
48.
Cd
49.
In
50.
Sn
51.
Sb
52.
Te
53.
I
54.
Xe
55.
Cs
56.
Ba
57.
La
58.
Ce
59.
Pr
60.
Nd
61.
Pm
62.
Sm
63.
Eu
64.
Gd
65.
Tb
66.
Dy
67.
Ho
68.
Er
69.
Tm
70.
Yb
71.
Lu
72.
Hf
73.
Ta
74.
W
75.
Re
76.
Os
77.
Ir
78.
Pt
79.
Au
80.
Hg
81.
Tl
82.
Pb
83.
Bi
84.
Po
85.
At
86.
Rn
87.
Fr
88.
Ra
89.
Ac
90.
Th
91.
Pa
92.
U
93.
Np
94.
Pu
95.
Am
96.
Cm
97.
Bk
98.
Cf
99.
Es
100.
Fm
101.
Md
102.
No
103.
Lr
104.
Rf
105.
Db
106.
Sg
107.
Bh
108.
Hs
109.
Mt
110.
Ds
111.
Rg
112.
Cn
113.
Uut
114.
Fl
115.
Uup
116.
Lv
117.
Uus
118.
Uuo

History
2011/12/13
A link to the "Gamma-ray Data in Selected Energy Range" was added.
2011/12/12
Abundances of nuclides were replaced with the recommendation of IUPAC (M.Berglund and M.E.Wieser, Pure Appl. Chem., 83(2), pp.397-410 (2011)). "Strong Gamma-rays from Decay" were replaced with the data compiled from ENSDF as of March 2011.
2011/05/09
Atomic mass data were replaced with recommendation of Audi et al., Private Communication (April 2011).
2011/04/26
Cross section tables of natural elements calculated from isotopic cross sections in JENDL-4.0 were added.
2011/02/08
Modified to show fission yield tables from JENDL-4.0 Fission Yield Data for fission products.
2010/12/07
Atomic mass data were replaced with recommendation of Audi et al., Private Communication (2009). Weight data of natural elements were replaced with the report of IUPAC published in 2009. Spin and half-lives were replaced with the data of WWW Chart of the Nuclides 2010.
2010/05/31
Cross sections of JENDL-3.2, JENDL-3.3 and JENDL-4.0 were linked.
2006/02/21
Modified to show links to evaluated data libraries.
2005/10/20
Information on spin and half-life shown in each nuclide page was modified.
2005/02/14
Modified to show decay energies.
2004/08/19
G-factors of JENDL-3.3 cross sections are given in cross section tables.
2004/02/06
Atomic mass data were replaced with recommendation of Audi et al. [The Ame2003 atomic mass evaluation (II) by G.Audi, A.H.Wapstra and C.Thibault, Nuclear Physics A729 p.337-676 (2003)]. Spin and half-lives were replaced with the data of WWW Chart of the Nuclides 2003.
2004/02/05
Abundances of nuclides were replaced with the recommendation of IUPAC (Rosman and Taylor: Pure Appl. Chem. 70(1), pp.217-235 (1998)).
2002/05/21
Cross sections of JENDL-3.2 and JENDL-3.3 were linked.
2002/05/13
Cross sections of JENDL-3.3 were linked instead of JENDL-3.2.

Nuclear Data Center, Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA)
Modified at 2012/12/10 16:21 JST

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