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Atomic
Number,Z
Name
Atomic Mass
Number,A
Symbol
Atomic Mass
(u)
Percent Abundance or Decay
Mode
Half-life,
t
1/2
31
31
Si
30.975 362
β
15
Phosphorus
31
31
P
30.973 762
100%
32
32
P
31.973 907
β
14.28 d
16
Sulfur
32
32
S
31.972 070
95.02%
35
35
S
34.969 031
β
87.4 d
17
Chlorine
35
35
Cl
34.968 852
75.77%
37
37
Cl
36.965 903
24.23%
18
Argon
40
40
Ar
39.962 384
99.60%
19
Potassium
39
39
K
38.963 707
93.26%
40
40
K
39.963 999
0.0117%, EC,
β
1.28×10
9
y
20
Calcium
40
40
Ca
39.962 591
96.94%
21
Scandium
45
45
Sc
44.955 910
100%
22
Titanium
48
48
Ti
47.947 947
73.8%
23
Vanadium
51
51
V
50.943 962
99.75%
24
Chromium
52
52
Cr
51.940 509
83.79%
25
Manganese
55
55
Mn
54.938 047
100%
26
Iron
56
56
Fe
55.934 939
91.72%
27
Cobalt
59
59
Co
58.933 198
100%
60
60
Co
59.933 819
β
5.271 y
28
Nickel
58
58
Ni
57.935 346
68.27%
60
60
Ni
59.930 788
26.10%
29
Copper
63
63
Cu
62.939 598
69.17%
65
65
Cu
64.927 793
30.83%
30
Zinc
64
64
Zn
63.929 145
48.6%
66
66
Zn
65.926 034
27.9%
31
Gallium
69
69
Ga
68.925 580
60.1%
32
Germanium
72
72
Ge
71.922 079
27.4%
74
74
Ge
73.921 177
36.5%
33
Arsenic
75
75
As
74.921 594
100%
34
Selenium
80
80
Se
79.916 520
49.7%
35
Bromine
79
79
Br
78.918 336
50.69%
36
Krypton
84
84
Kr
83.911 507
57.0%
37
Rubidium
85
85
Rb
84.911 794
72.17%
APPENDIX A | ATOMIC MASSES S 1239
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Atomic
Number,Z
Name
Atomic Mass
Number,A
Symbol
Atomic Mass
(u)
Percent Abundance or Decay
Mode
Half-life,
t
1/2
38
Strontium
86
86
Sr
85.909 267
9.86%
88
88
Sr
87.905 619
82.58%
90
90
Sr
89.907 738
β
28.8 y
39
Yttrium
89
89
Y
88.905 849
100%
90
90
Y
89.907 152
β
64.1 h
40
Zirconium
90
90
Zr
89.904 703
51.45%
41
Niobium
93
93
Nb
92.906 377
100%
42
Molybdenum
98
98
Mo
97.905 406
24.13%
43
Technetium
98
98
Tc
97.907 215
β
4.2×10
6
y
44
Ruthenium
102
102
Ru
101.904 348
31.6%
45
Rhodium
103
103
Rh
102.905 500
100%
46
Palladium
106
106
Pd
105.903 478
27.33%
47
Silver
107
107
Ag
106.905 092
51.84%
109
109
Ag
108.904 757
48.16%
48
Cadmium
114
114
Cd
113.903 357
28.73%
49
Indium
115
115
In
114.903 880
95.7%,
β
4.4×10
14
y
50
Tin
120
120
Sn
119.902 200
32.59%
51
Antimony
121
121
Sb
120.903 821
57.3%
52
Tellurium
130
130
Te
129.906 229
33.8%,
β
2.5×10
21
y
53
Iodine
127
127
I
126.904 473
100%
131
131
I
130.906 114
β
8.040 d
54
Xenon
132
132
Xe
131.904 144
26.9%
136
136
Xe
135.907 214
8.9%
55
Cesium
133
133
Cs
132.905 429
100%
134
134
Cs
133.906 696
EC,
β
2.06 y
56
Barium
137
137
Ba
136.905 812
11.23%
138
138
Ba
137.905 232
71.70%
57
Lanthanum
139
139
La
138.906 346
99.91%
58
Cerium
140
140
Ce
139.905 433
88.48%
59
Praseodymium
141
141
Pr
140.907 647
100%
60
Neodymium
142
142
Nd
141.907 719
27.13%
61
Promethium
145
145
Pm
144.912 743
EC,
α
17.7 y
62
Samarium
152
152
Sm
151.919 729
26.7%
1240 APPENDIX A | ATOMIC MASSES
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Atomic
Number,Z
Name
Atomic Mass
Number,A
Symbol
Atomic Mass
(u)
Percent Abundance or Decay
Mode
Half-life,
t
1/2
63
Europium
153
153
Eu
152.921 225
52.2%
64
Gadolinium
158
158
Gd
157.924 099
24.84%
65
Terbium
159
159
Tb
158.925 342
100%
66
Dysprosium
164
164
Dy
163.929 171
28.2%
67
Holmium
165
165
Ho
164.930 319
100%
68
Erbium
166
166
Er
165.930 290
33.6%
69
Thulium
169
169
Tm
168.934 212
100%
70
Ytterbium
174
174
Yb
173.938 859
31.8%
71
Lutecium
175
175
Lu
174.940 770
97.41%
72
Hafnium
180
180
Hf
179.946 545
35.10%
73
Tantalum
181
181
Ta
180.947 992
99.98%
74
Tungsten
184
184
W
183.950 928
30.67%
75
Rhenium
187
187
Re
186.955 744
62.6%,
β
4.6×10
10
y
76
Osmium
191
191
Os
190.960 920
β
15.4 d
192
192
Os
191.961 467
41.0%
77
Iridium
191
191
Ir
190.960 584
37.3%
193
193
Ir
192.962 917
62.7%
78
Platinum
195
195
Pt
194.964 766
33.8%
79
Gold
197
197
Au
196.966 543
100%
198
198
Au
197.968 217
β
2.696 d
80
Mercury
199
199
Hg
198.968 253
16.87%
202
202
Hg
201.970 617
29.86%
81
Thallium
205
205
Tl
204.974 401
70.48%
82
Lead
206
206
Pb
205.974 440
24.1%
207
207
Pb
206.975 872
22.1%
208
208
Pb
207.976 627
52.4%
210
210
Pb
209.984 163
α,β
22.3 y
211
211
Pb
210.988 735
β
36.1 min
212
212
Pb
211.991 871
β
10.64 h
83
Bismuth
209
209
Bi
208.980 374
100%
211
211
Bi
210.987 255
α,β
2.14 min
84
Polonium
210
210
Po
209.982 848
α
138.38 d
85
Astatine
218
218
At
218.008 684
α,β
1.6 s
APPENDIX A | ATOMIC MASSES S 1241
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Atomic
Number,Z
Name
Atomic Mass
Number,A
Symbol
Atomic Mass
(u)
Percent Abundance or Decay
Mode
Half-life,
t
1/2
86
Radon
222
222
Rn
222.017 570
α
3.82 d
87
Francium
223
223
Fr
223.019 733
α,β
21.8 min
88
Radium
226
226
Ra
226.025 402
α
1.60×10
3
y
89
Actinium
227
227
Ac
227.027 750
α,β
21.8 y
90
Thorium
228
228
Th
228.028 715
α
1.91 y
232
232
Th
232.038 054
100%,
α
1.41×10
10
y
91
Protactinium
231
231
Pa
231.035 880
α
3.28×10
4
y
92
Uranium
233
233
U
233.039 628
α
1.59×10
3
y
235
235
U
235.043 924
0.720%,
α
7.04×10
8
y
236
236
U
236.045 562
α
2.34×10
7
y
238
238
U
238.050 784
99.2745%,
α
4.47×10
9
y
239
239
U
239.054 289
β
23.5 min
93
Neptunium
239
239
Np
239.052 933
β
2.355 d
94
Plutonium
239
239
Pu
239.052 157
α
2.41×10
4
y
95
Americium
243
243
Am
243.061 375
α,
fission
7.37×10
3
y
96
Curium
245
245
Cm
245.065 483
α
8.50×10
3
y
97
Berkelium
247
247
Bk
247.070 300
α
1.38×10
3
y
98
Californium
249
249
Cf
249.074 844
α
351 y
99
Einsteinium
254
254
Es
254.088 019
α,β
276 d
100
Fermium
253
253
Fm
253.085 173
EC,
α
3.00 d
101
Mendelevium
255
255
Md
255.091 081
EC,
α
27 min
102
Nobelium
255
255
No
255.093 260
EC,
α
3.1 min
103
Lawrencium
257
257
Lr
257.099 480
EC,
α
0.646 s
104
Rutherfordium
261
261
Rf
261.108 690
α
1.08 min
105
Dubnium
262
262
Db
262.113 760
α,
fission
34 s
106
Seaborgium
263
263
Sg
263.11 86
α,
fission
0.8 s
107
Bohrium
262
262
Bh
262.123 1
α
0.102 s
108
Hassium
264
264
Hs
264.128 5
α
0.08 ms
109
Meitnerium
266
266
Mt
266.137 8
α
3.4 ms
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B
SELECTED RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES
Decay modes are
α
,
β
,
β
+
, electron capture (EC) and isomeric transition (IT). EC results in the same daughter nucleus as would
β
+
decay. IT
is a transition from a metastable excited state. Energies for
β
±
decays are the maxima; average energies are roughly one-half the maxima.
APPENDIX B | SELECTED RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES S 1243
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Table B1Selected Radioactive Isotopes
Isotope
t
1/2
DecayMode(s)
Energy(MeV)
Percent
γ
-Ray Energy(MeV)
Percent
3
H
12.33 y
β
0.0186
100%
14
C
5730 y
β
0.156
100%
13
N
9.96 min
β
+
1.20
100%
22
Na
2.602 y
β
+
0.55
90%
γ
1.27
100%
32
P
14.28 d
β
1.71
100%
35
S
87.4 d
β
0.167
100%
36
Cl
3.00×10
5
y
β
0.710
100%
40
K
1.28×10
9
y
β
1.31
89%
43
K
22.3 h
β
0.827
87%
γs
0.373
87%
0.618
87%
45
Ca
165 d
β
0.257
100%
51
Cr
27.70 d
EC
γ
0.320
10%
52
Mn
5.59d
β
+
3.69
28%
γs
1.33
28%
1.43
28%
52
Fe
8.27 h
β
+
1.80
43%
0.169
43%
0.378
43%
59
Fe
44.6 d
β
s
0.273
45%
γs
1.10
57%
0.466
55%
1.29
43%
60
Co
5.271 y
β
0.318
100%
γs
1.17
100%
1.33
100%
65
Zn
244.1 d
EC
γ
1.12
51%
67
Ga
78.3 h
EC
γs
0.0933
70%
0.185
35%
0.300
19%
others
75
Se
118.5 d
EC
γs
0.121
20%
0.136
65%
0.265
68%
0.280
20%
others
86
Rb
18.8 d
β
s
0.69
9%
γ
1.08
9%
1.77
91%
85
Sr
64.8 d
EC
γ
0.514
100%
90
Sr
28.8 y
β
0.546
100%
90
Y
64.1 h
β
2.28
100%
99m
Tc
6.02 h
IT
γ
0.142
100%
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Isotope
t
1/2
DecayMode(s)
Energy(MeV)
Percent
γ
-Ray Energy(MeV)
Percent
113m
In
99.5 min
IT
γ
0.392
100%
123
I
13.0 h
EC
γ
0.159
≈100%
131
I
8.040 d
β
s
0.248
7%
γs
0.364
85%
0.607
93%
others
others
129
Cs
32.3 h
EC
γs
0.0400
35%
0.372
32%
0.411
25%
others
137
Cs
30.17 y
β
s
0.511
95%
γ
0.662
95%
1.17
5%
140
Ba
12.79 d
β
1.035
≈100%
γs
0.030
25%
0.044
65%
0.537
24%
others
198
Au
2.696 d
β
1.161
≈100%
γ
0.412
≈100%
197
Hg
64.1 h
EC
γ
0.0733
100%
210
Po
138.38 d
α
5.41
100%
226
Ra
1.60×10
3
y
αs
4.68
5%
γ
0.186
100%
4.87
95%
235
U
7.038×10
8
y
α
4.68
≈100%
γs
numerous
<0.400%
238
U
4.468×10
9
y
αs
4.22
23%
γ
0.050
23%
4.27
77%
237
Np
2.14×10
6
y
αs
numerous
γs
numerous
<0.250%
4.96 (max.)
239
Pu
2.41×10
4
y
αs
5.19
11%
γs
7.5×10
−5
73%
5.23
15%
0.013
15%
5.24
73%
0.052
10%
others
243
Am
7.37×10
3
y
αs
Max. 5.44
γs
0.075
5.37
88%
others
5.32
11%
others
APPENDIX B | SELECTED RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES S 1245
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C
USEFUL INFORMATION
This appendix is broken into several tables.
• Table C1, Important Constants
• Table C2, Submicroscopic Masses
• Table C3, Solar System Data
• Table C4, Metric Prefixes for Powers of Ten and Their Symbols
• Table C5, The Greek Alphabet
• Table C6, SI units
• Table C7, Selected British Units
• Table C8, Other Units
• Table C9, Useful Formulae
Table C1Important Constants
[1]
Symbol
Meaning
Best Value
Approximate Value
c
Speed of light in
vacuum
2.99792458×10
8
m/s
3.00×10
8
m/s
G
Gravitational constant
6.67384(80)×10
−11
N⋅m
2
/kg
2
6.67×10
−11
N⋅m
2
/kg
2
N
A
Avogadro’s number
6.02214129(27)×10
23
6.02×10
23
k
Boltzmann’s constant
1.3806488(13)×10
−23
J/K
1.38×10
−23
J/K
R
Gas constant
8.3144621(75)J/mol⋅K
8.31J/mol⋅K=1.99cal/mol⋅K=0.0821atm⋅L/mol⋅K
σ
Stefan-Boltzmann
constant
5.670373(21)×10
−8
W/m
2
⋅K
5.67×10
−8
W/m
2
⋅K
k
Coulomb force
constant
8.987551788...×10
9
N⋅m
2
/C
2
9×10
9
N⋅m
2
/C
2
q
e
Charge on electron
−1.602176565(35)×10
−19
C
−1.60×10
−19
C
ε
0
Permittivity of free
space
8.854187817...×10
−12
C
2
/N⋅m
2
8.85×10
−12
C
2
/N⋅m
2
μ
0
Permeability of free
space
4π×10
−7
T⋅m/A
1.26×10
−6
T⋅m/A
h
Planck’s constant
6.62606957(29)×10
−34
J⋅s
6.63×10
−34
J⋅s
Table C2Submicroscopic Masses
[2]
Symbol
Meaning
Best Value
Approximate Value
m
e
Electron mass
9.10938291(40)×10
−31
kg
9.11×10
−31
kg
m
p
Proton mass
1.672621777(74)×10
−27
kg 1.6726×10
−27
kg
m
n
Neutron mass
1.674927351(74)×10
−27
kg 1.6749×10
−27
kg
u
Atomic mass unit
1.660538921(73)×10
−27
kg 1.6605×10
−27
kg
1. Stated values are according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology Reference on Constants, Units, and Uncertainty, (accessed May 18, 2012). Values in
parentheses are the uncertainties in the last digits. Numbers without uncertainties are exact as defined.
2. Stated values are according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology Reference on Constants, Units, and Uncertainty, (accessed May 18, 2012). Values in
parentheses are the uncertainties in the last digits. Numbers without uncertainties are exact as defined.
APPENDIX C | USEFUL INFORMATION N 1247
Table C3Solar System Data
Sun
mass
1.99×10
30
kg
average radius
6.96×10
8
m
Earth-sun distance (average)
1.496×10
11
m
Earth mass
5.9736×10
24
kg
average radius
6.376×10
6
m
orbital period
3.16×10
7
s
Moon mass
7.35×10
22
kg
average radius
1.74×10
6
m
orbital period (average)
2.36×10
6
s
Earth-moon distance (average)
3.84×10
8
m
Table C4Metric Prefixes for Powers of Ten and Their Symbols
Prefix
Symbol
Value
Prefix
Symbol
Value
tera
T
10
12
deci
d
10
−1
giga
G
10
9
centi
c
10
−2
mega
M
10
6
milli
m
10
−3
kilo
k
10
3
micro
μ
10
−6
hecto
h
10
2
nano
n
10
−9
deka
da
10
1
pico
p
10
−12
10
0
(=1)
femto
f
10
−15
Table C5The Greek Alphabet
Alpha
Α
α
Eta
Η
η
Nu
Ν
ν
Tau
Τ
τ
Beta
Β
β
Theta
Θ
θ
Xi
Ξ
ξ
Upsilon
Υ
υ
Gamma
Γ
γ
Iota
Ι
ι
Omicron
Ο
ο
Phi
Φ
ϕ
Delta
Δ δ
Kappa
Κ
κ
Pi
Π
π
Chi
Χ
χ
Epsilon
Ε
ε
Lambda
Λ
λ
Rho
Ρ
ρ
Psi
Ψ
ψ
Zeta
Ζ
ζ
Mu
Μ
μ
Sigma
Σ σ
Omega
Ω
ω
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