7D50.95 - Chart of the Nuclides
Position the chart onto the Blackboard Optics board. The Wall Chart Information Booklet in the 7D50.95 file has additional information useful for classroom presentations.
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- Kate L. Jones and Witold Nazarewicz, "Designer Nuclei - Making Atoms that Barely Exist", TPT, Vol. 48, #6, Sept. 2010, p. 381.
- Zach Constan, "Learning Nuclear Science with Marbles", TPT, Vol. 48, #2, Feb. 2010, p. 114.
- Christine Middleton, "Lead-208 Nuclei Have Thick Skins", Physics Today, July 2021, p. 12.
- Toni Feder, "Can MAGIS work magic for separating stable isotopes?", Physics Today, Sept. 2016, p. 22.
- Bertram Schwarzschild, "Trapped Nobeliumions Yield First Direct Measurements of Transuranic Masses", Physics Today, Vol. 63, #4, April 2010, p. 12.
- Hendrik Schatz, "Rare Isotopes in the Cosmos", Physics Today, Vol. 61, #11, Nov. 2008, p. 40.
- David J. Dean, "Beyond the Nuclear Shell Model", Physics Today, Vol. 60, #11, Nov. 2007, p. 48.
- Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory and Lockheed Martin, "Nuclides and Isotopes", Chart of the Nuclides - Wall Chart Information Booklet, 16th Ed.
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