The simultaneous observation of (p,t) and (p, He3) reactions has led to the location and identification of the lowest-energy (0+) T=2 states in Al28, Si28, P32, S32, Cl36, Ar36, K40, and Ca40, as well as the (0+) T=3 states in Cl38 and Ar38. The energies of these states are used to predict the masses of six neutron-deficient nuclei: S28, Ar32, Ca36, Sc38, Ti38, and Ti40. In addition, the (p,t) cross section for production of each analog state relative to the cross section for producing the ground state in the same nucleus is compared with calculations which assume a simple shell model. Good agreement is obtained. 1970 The American Physical Society.