Nuclide chart of all known isotopes (3343). You can zoom in and out and move in all directions. <br>Touch a cell to get all data about a nuclide as well as its location in Mendeleiev's periodic table.<br>You will have to purchase the extension to see the description of isotopes of elements above hydrogen.<br>Select a disintegration mode and thus follow a disintegration chain.<br>Search elements by their name or atomic number and display their isotopes list.<br>Some isotopes were cited after Tchernobyl and Fukushima accidents (Iodine-131, Cesium-137 and 134). Find out their half-lives (time it takes to decrease by half) and their child nuclide.<br><br>Informations provided:<br> - Atomic number (number of protons)<br> - Number of neutrons <br> - Mass excess <br> - Binding Energy by nucleon<br> - Beta Decay Energy<br> - Atomic Mass<br> - Spin<br> - Half-life duration<br> - Abundance<br> - Decay modes and branching (except isomeric transitions (IT) because they do not product a new isotope but instead a more stable configuration of the same one)<br><br>The informations were extracted from the NuDat 2 database of the National Nuclear Data Center (Brookhaven National Laboratory).<br>Furthermore, four candidates for the island of stability are displayed as a guidepost with the terms "not yet observed" instead of the half-life duration.
The legend doesn’t work Touching an isotope label to get info doesn’t work The periodic tale is not available
Hasn’t worked by touching isotopes since I got a new phone. Love it when it works.
Not much use without the paid extension but well worth the price of the extension. The fact that you can press the decay mode on the isotope page and that this takes you to the isotope cell on the chart is a nice touch. Still, it lacks information usually contained on a nucleotide chart. Why aren't the activation and fission cross sections included. Gamma energies are not included. There is no information on metastable states. It would be worth another $2 and 5 stars if all the information usually included on a nucleotide chart were included.
This app costs $2, the developer does not mention that in the description. However, it is one of the easiest to use nuclide charts around, and is very accurate. Only 4 stars because of the hidden purchase, but the price is negligible, considering what you are getting. I initially got the issue where I payed for it and didn't download, but after trying again it worked, and I was only charged once. This is the most fluid include table available, it looks nice and makes it easy to scroll and zoom. I have yet to find any incorrect information yet, after comparing values to both Korean charts and BNL data. It is not all-inclusive with information but has mostly everything you could need for nuclear calculation, at least for introductory levels.
When I first downloaded this app a couple years ago it was awesome. Now, however it has become completely useless unless you purchase the "extension". Why not just be up front about it and charge for the app from the beginning and unlock all the features? At the very least, allow some access to heavier isotopes to get a better feel for the app if you're going to charge extra for the full version. I probably would upgrade this app anyway, if I were still working in this particular area of science. As things stand now, I'll be putting my money elsewhere.
Developed by Christian Bonnin.
NuclideChart is ranking in Education & Reference
Last update was at Mar 14, 2017and the current version is 1.3.
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