Masses of In103,104,105 and Br72,73 Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • A mass-spectrometric technique, employing the Chalk River On-Line Isotope Separator at the Chalk River TASCC Facility, has been used to determine the mass ratios between some neutron-deficient isotopes. Two mass doublets -104103In and -105104In and the mass triplet -104103In-105In have been studied. We have also measured the mass ratio between Br72 and Br73 to a higher precision than that reported in our earlier work. When combined with the known masses of In103, In105, and Br73 our data yield the atomic mass of In104 and improve our earlier value for Br72. The measured mass ratios are in good agreement with systematics. Our results for the In104 and the Br72 masses are 103 918 367 (126) and 71 936 430(294) u, respectively. © 1991 The American Physical Society.

author list (cited authors)

  • Sharma, K. S., Hagberg, E., Dyck, G. R., Hardy, J. C., Koslowsky, V. T., Schmeing, H., ... Watson, M.

citation count

  • 18

publication date

  • December 1991