The Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart is a widespread table of nuclides in print. Contents Jump up to: J. Magill, R. Dreher, Zs. Sóti: Karlsruher Nuklidkarte / Chart of the Nuclides. 10th edition. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Aug 14, , Zsolt Soti and others published Karlsruhe Chart of the Nuclides, Edition 9th. Mapping the nuclear landscape: 50 years of the Karlsruher Nuklidkarte. November · Journal of. KARLSRUHER NUKLIDKARTE. COMMEMORATION OF THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY. AGENDA. 09 December. WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION.
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ITU Karlsruhe on 11th May RF Presentation. 1. THE “KARLSRUHER NUKLIDKARTE”. Monday, 11th May Ch. Normand. European Commission. Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart Karlsruher Nuklidkarte Page Use of Colours in the Nuclide Chart: Explanation of the Karlsruhe Chart of Nuclides. Karlsruhe Chart of the Nuclides. Nuclear Data in Nucleonica. Zsolt Sóti. Institute of Transuranium Elements - Karlsruhe. Joint Research Centre.
See USE: Related Term SF: Nucleonica Team: The most relevant information on the radionuclide Rh, m half-lives can be found in the paper: On clicking on the highlighted nuclide, the Chart is zoomed to the nuclide selected thus provided a useful navigation tool.
In using the platform Nucleonica I found some inconsistent data. The half-lives of the nuclides Rh and Rhm are not the same in the different specified databases. Do you have information which the correct data for these two nuclides are?
Nucleonica Team: The most relevant information on the radionuclide Rh, m half-lives can be found in the paper: Shibata et al. Beta-decay half-lives of the ground state and an isomer of Rh have been determined It has also been confirmed that the In JEFF3.
We recommend to use the latest information based on the above mentioned research and summarised in the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart as shown in the figure. A new online shop for the purchase of printed versions of the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart is available at http: A nuclide chart is a two dimensional representation of the nuclear and radioactive properties of all known atoms.
A nuclide is the generic name for atoms characterized by the constituent protons and neutrons. In contrast to the periodic table which is based on chemical behaviour, the nuclide chart arranges nuclides according to the number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus.
Each nuclide in the chart is represented by a box containing the element symbol and mass number, natural abundance, half-life, decay types and decay energies. The nuclides boxes are coloured according to their decay properties. Nuclear isomers, or excited states, can be represented by sub-dividing the box accordingly. In total, nuclear data on experimentally observed ground states and isomers are presented.
Although many nuclear data sources are available on the internet, the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart provides a unique overview of current knowledge and is for many the preferred medium for ease of use, convenience and practicality.
This new 10th edition coincides with the 60th anniversary of the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart which first appeared in The new names and chemical symbols of elements , , , and have been updated. Until now, these elements have been referred to simply by the number of protons in each atom — , , and , respectively.
Most recent values of the atomic weights, isotopic abundances and cross sections are included together with the thermal fission yields for both U and Pu For twelve elements, a range of atomic weights is given to reflect the isotopic variability in natural materials.
The Reduced Decay Schemes section, initiated in previous editions, has been considerably expanded to include a total of 88 examples. An online version of the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart Online is available through the Nucleonica nuclear science portal www.
This new 10th Edition coincides with the 60th anniversary of the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart. Dear Nucleonica Users, Hopefully you had a successful and a good start into the new year. For the Nucleonica Team, a major focus during the past year was on the development of a new Nucleonica landing page. In addition, a new web page App Portal has been specifically designed to enhance the navigation through the ever-increasing number of Nucleonica applications and tools.
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For the chemical elements cross sections and standard atomic weights both averaged over natural isotopic composition are specified the relative atomic masses partially as an interval to reflect the variability of the composition of the element's natural isotope mixture.
For the nuclear fission of U and Pu with thermal neutrons, percentage isobaric chain yields of fission products are listed. The first printed edition of the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart of in the form of a wall chart was created by Walter Seelmann-Eggebert and his assistant Gerda Pfennig.
Walter Seelmann-Eggebert was director of the Radiochemistry Institute in the founded "Kernreaktor Bau- und Betriebsgesellschaft mbH" in Karlsruhe, Germany a predecessor institution of the later " Kern- Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe", nowadays Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and appointed professor of radiochemistry at the Karlsruhe Technical University. Radiochemical isotope courses were held at the institute, and in the context of these teaching courses the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart arose, which was intended to be a well-structured overview of the essential properties of the nuclides already known at that time.
In the following decades, the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart was published and revised several times. The Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart is primarily published as a fold-out chart size A4 or as a wall chart size 0. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Magill, R. Dreher, Zs.
Homepage of the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart in the Nucleonica wiki, with subpages. Nucleonica GmbH. Retrieved 26 February Description page of the online version of the Karlsruhe Nuclide Chart in the Nucleonica wiki.