Accurate mass measurements on neutron-deficient krypton isotopes. Rodríguez, D.; Audi, G.; Äystö, J.; Beck, D.; Blaum, K.; Bollen, G.; Herfurth, F.; Jokinen, A.; Kellerbauer, A.; Kluge, H., J.; Kolhinen, V., S.; Oinonen, M.; Sauvan, E.; and Schwarz, S. Nuclear Physics A, 769(1-4):1-15, North-Holland, 4, 2006.
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The masses of 72-78,80,82,86 Kr were measured directly with the ISOLTRAP Penning trap mass spectrometer at ISOLDE/CERN. For all these nuclides, the measurements yielded mass uncertainties below 10 keV. The ISOLTRAP mass values for 72-75 Kr outweighed previous results obtained by means of other techniques, and thus completely determine the new values in the Atomic-Mass Evaluation. Besides the interest of these masses for nuclear astrophysics, nuclear structure studies, and Standard Model tests, these results constitute a valuable and accurate input to improve mass models. In this paper, we present the mass measurements and discuss the mass evaluation for these Kr isotopes. © 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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