mass, mass_frdm, mass_hfb, mass_dz - Return nuclear mass
double mass(int Z, int A, int *fl);
double mass_frdm(int Z, int A);
double mass_hfb(int Z, int A);
double mass_dz(int Z, int A);
double emic_frdm(int Z, int A);
double beta2_frdm(int Z, int A);
Link with -lnuclib.
The mass() function returns the 1995 experimental or recommended atomic mass of Audi and Wapstra, mass_frdm() returns the calculated mass within the Finite Range Droplet Model, mass_hfb() returns the calculated mass within the Hartree-Fock-Bogoliubov theory and mass_dz() returns the calculated mass within the 10 parameter fit of Duflo and Zuker, emic_frdm() returns the calculated microscopic correction within the Finite Range Droplet Model, beta2_frdm() returns the calculated quadrupole deformation of the nuclear ground state within the Finite Range Droplet Model.
Atomic and mass number of the nucleus.
The functions mass(), mass_frdm(), mass_hfb() and mass_dz() return the values described in atomic mass units (u). The mass in MeV/c^2 is obtained by multiplying by u = 931.494 MeV/c^2. If there is no experimental mass, the function mass() returns the FRDM mass. The function emic_frdm() returns the value described in MeV. The function beta2_frdm() returns the described dimensionless value.
fl returns 0 if no experimental data available, 1 for a mass recommended by Audi&Wapstra (1995) or 2 for a measured mass from Audi&Wapstra (1995).
G. Audi and A.
H. Wapstra, Nucl. Phys. A595 (1995), 409.
P. Moller, J. R. Nix, W. D. Myers, W. J. Swiatecki, Atomic Data and Nucl. Data Tables 59 (1995), 185.
E. Nadjakov, K. Marinova and Y. Gangrsky, Atomic Data and Nucl. Data Tables 56 (1994), 134.
J. Duflo and A. P. Zuker, Phys. Rev. C52 (1995), 23.
Reference Input Parameter Library (RIPL-2) http://www-nds.iaea.org/RIPL-2/
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