A nuclidic mass formula composed of a gross term, an evenodd term and a shell term is presented as a revised version of the KUTY mass formula published in 2000. The revised mass formula is referred to as KTUY mass formula [Refs. 1 and 2]. The gross term and the evenodd term describe the general trend of the masses as a function of proton number Z and neutron number N. The main feature of this mass formula is on the method of calculating the microscopic effects including nuclear deformations with a consideration of spherical basis [Ref. 3]. In this revision, the average evenodd part is mainly improved. This formula provides the groundstate masses and nuclear shapes of nuclei from light one (Z= 2 and N= 2) to superheavy ones. We list two mass tables for fitted different experimental mass data. Mass tables (Text files) These tables list calculated masses, M_{cal}, shell energies, E_{sh}, deformation parameters, α_{2}, α_{4} and α_{6}, for nuclei from Z= 2 and N= 2 to Z= 130 and N= 200. KTUY04_m246.dat : To determine adjustable parameters of the gross term and the evenodd term, we use experimental masses of the 1995 Atomic Mass Evaluation by G. Audi and A.H.Wapstra. [Ref. 4] KTUY05_m246.dat : To determine adjustable parameters of the gross term and the evenodd term, we use experimental masses of the 2003 Atomic Mass Evaluation by G. Audi, A.H.Wapstra and C. Thibault. [Ref. 5] Mass tables (PDF files) In addition to the above mass tables, we also list one and twoneutron separation energies and one and twoproton separation energies into the following tables: KTUY04_m246S12np.pdf, (880 KB, 169 pages) KTUY05_m246S12np.pdf, (880 KB, 169 pages) Explanations of the above files are given to KTUY04explanation.pdf and KTUY05explanation.pdf. References
