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The Interaction of Light Nuclei. II. The Binding Energies of the Nuclei HFormula and HeFormula
Proceedings of the Royal Society A
The discovery of the light nuclei Hx2 Hi3 He23 has provided additional and much-needed material on which to base and test any theory of the structure and interaction on nuclear particles. The properties of these nuclei which are best known are their masses, the latest values of which are the following: no1 1-0083 Hxa 2-0142 Hx3 3-0161 He23 3-0172, assuming the validity of the mass scheme proposed independently by Oliphant, Kempton, and Rutherford,+ and by Bethef (in which the results o f thedoi:10.1098/rspa.1935.0215 fatcat:ifqvdgy6tjatxfdq7b6gubjgnq