High-accuracy mass determination of unstable cesium and barium isotopes. Ames, F.; Audi, G.; Beck, D.; Bollen, G.; de Saint Simon, M.; Jertz, R.; Kluge, H.; Kohl, A.; König, M.; Lunney, D.; Martel, I.; Moore, R.; Otto, T.; Patyk, Z.; Raimbault-Hartmann, H.; Rouleau, G.; Savard, G.; Schark, E.; Schwarz, S.; Schweikhard, L.; Stolzenberg, H.; and Szerypo, J. Nuclear Physics A, 651(1):3-30, North-Holland, 5, 1999.
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Direct mass measurements of short-lived Cs and Ba isotopes have been performed with the tandem Penning trap mass spectrometer ISOLTRAP installed at the on-line isotope separator ISOLDE at CERN. Typically, a mass resolving power of 600 000 and an accuracy of δm ≈ 13 keV have been obtained. The masses of 123,124,126Ba and 122mCs were measured for the first time. A least-squares adjustment has been performed and the experimental masses are compared with theoretical ones, particularly in the frame of a macroscopic-microscopic model.
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