Carbon-14 helps in research to ensure that potential new drugs are metabolized
without forming harmful by-products.
"The 1995 update to the atomic mass evaluation" by G.Audi and A.H.Wapstra,
Nuclear Physics A595 vol. 4 p.409-480, December 25, 1995.
- Atomic Mass: 14.0032420 +- 0.0000000 amu
- Excess Mass: 3019.892 +- 0.004 keV
- Binding Energy: 105284.507 +- 0.019 keV
- Beta Decay Energy: B- 156.475 +- 0.004 keV
R.R.Kinsey, et al.,The NUDAT/PCNUDAT Program for Nuclear Data,paper submitted to the 9 th International Symposium of Capture-Gamma_raySpectroscopy and Related Topics, Budapest, Hungary, Octover 1996.Data extracted from NUDAT database (Jan. 14/1999)
- Spin: 0+
- Half life: 5730 years
- Mode of decay: Beta to N-14
- Possible parent nuclides:
- Beta from B-14
- Beta + Alpha from N-18
Magnetic Dipole Moments and Electric Quadrupole Moments
N. J. Stone, Table of Nuclear Magnetic Dipole and Electric Quadrupole Moments, to be published. 2000 Courtesy of T. Burrows at BNL/NNDC.
|Ex(kev)||T1/2||Spin|| ||m(nm)|| ||Q(b)|| ||Ref. Std.||Method||Reference|
|6728||67 ps||3-|| ||0.82(2)|| || ||RIV/D||PR C9 1748 (74)|
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