[ RadSafe ] RE: Lost Program - Radionuclide data

Liesel Hardege Liesel.Hardege at arpansa.gov.au
Thu Mar 2 16:44:11 CST 2006

A colleague sent this circular after his return from the ICRM meeting.
The Lund site that Steve Nathan gave you has java applelets for the beta
energy spectrum, most useful but only if your IT section doen't block
their use.  

Liesel Hardege

The most recent meeting of the International Conference on Radionuclide
Metrology (ICRM) recommended that "The Table of Radionuclides" published
by BIPM be used as the definitive source of nuclear data for those
radionuclides it covers. I have downloaded this document (for ERH Branch
use)  to S:\Branch\Downloaded documents\Nuclear Data (It can be
downloaded from

A frequently updated web version can be found at

As the Decay Data Evaluation Project progresses, further nuclides will
be added to this site.

If the radionuclide you are interested in has not been evaluated by the
DDEP, they recommend the Evaluated Nuclear Structure Data File (ENSDF)
which can be accessed from http://www.nndc.bnl.gov/nudat2/indx_dec.jsp

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