mass formula


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mass formula

[′mas ‚fȯr·myə·lə]
(nuclear physics)
An equation giving the atomic mass of a nuclide as a function of its atomic number and mass number.
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The Koide Lepton Mass Formula and Geometry of Circles.
The combination of Agilent GC/MSD and Cerno MassWorks provides an economical, accurate mass formula ID solution to users who are not ready to acquire high-resolution GC/MS systems.
In the semi-empirical mass formula ratio of "Coulombic energy coefficient" and the proposed 105.
These 4 energy coefficients of the semi-empirical mass formula lies in between 11.
n] plays an interesting role in understanding the origin of strong coupling constant [8] and energy coefficients of the semi-empirical mass formula.
C] = assumed Coulombic energy coefficient of the semi-empirical mass formula a [M.
S] plays a very interesting role in correlating the energy coefficients of the semi-empirical mass formula and proton-neutron stability.
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A mass and charge symmetric, 4n quantized and spin quantized mass formula is given that produces the exact [W.
The common 4[pi] formulation allows the single mass formula (3) to produce the masses of the proton, the W, and the three electron generations.
Stone in [1] gives Nature's coupling constants, the fine structure constant and the weak angle, and a single mass formula for the W, the proton, the electron and electron generations all as functions of [(4[pi]).
What is the dynamical mechanism behind Koide's mixing matrix of the lepton mass formula [11]?