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  • (A) G. Audi, O. Bersillon, J. Blachot, A.H. Wapstra. The Nubase2003 evaluation of nuclear and decay properties, Nuc. Phys. A 729, pp. 3-128 (2003). — Where this source indicates a speculative value, the # mark is also applied to values with weak assignment arguments from other sources, if grouped together. An asterisk after the A means that a comment of some importance may be available in the original.
  • (B) National Nuclear Data Center, Brookhaven National Laboratory, information extracted from the NuDat 2.1 database. (Retrieved Sept. 2005, from the code of the popup boxes).
  • (C) David R. Lide (ed.), Norman E. Holden in CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, 85th Edition, online version. CRC Press. Boca Raton, Florida (2005). Section 11, Table of the Isotopes. — The CRC uses rounded numbers with implied uncertainties, where this concurs with the range of another source it is treated as exactly equal in this comparison.
  • (D) More specific level data from reference B's Levels and Gammas database.
  • (E) Same as B but excitation energy replaced with that from D.
  Z   N refs symbol   half-life                   spin              excitation energy
 37  34 A   |Rb-71   |                           |5/2-#
 37  35 A   |Rb-72   |<1.5 µs                    |3+#
 37  35 B   |Rb-72   |<1.2 µs                    |(3+)
 37  35 C   |Rb-72   |<1.2 µs                    |
 37  35 A   |Rb-72m  |1# µs                      |1-#              |100(100)# keV
 37  35 D   |Rb-72m  |<1.2 µs                    |(3+)             |0 keV
 37  36 A   |Rb-73   |<30 ns                     |3/2-#
 37  36 B   |Rb-73   |>30 ns                     |
 37  36 C   |Rb-73   |<0.03 µs                   |
 37  37 A   |Rb-74   |64.76(3) ms                |(0+)
 37  37 B   |Rb-74   |64.9(5) ms                 |(0+)
 37  37 C   |Rb-74   |64.8 ms                    |
 37  38 AB  |Rb-75   |19.0(12) s                 |(3/2-)
 37  38 C   |Rb-75   |19. s                      |
 37  39 AB  |Rb-76   |36.5(6) s                  |1(-)
 37  39 C   |Rb-76   |39. s                      |1-
 37  39 A   |Rb-76m  |3.050(7) µs                |(4+)             |316.93(8) keV
 37  39 D   |Rb-76m  |3.20(10) µs                |(4+)             |316.93(8) keV
 37  40 ABC |Rb-77   |3.77(4) min                |3/2-
 37  41 AB  |Rb-78   |17.66(8) min               |0(+)
 37  41 C   |Rb-78   |17.7 min                   |0+
 37  41 A   |Rb-78m  |5.74(5) min                |4(-)             |111.20(10) keV
 37  41 E   |Rb-78m  |5.74(5) min                |4(-)             |103.3+X keV
 37  41 C   |Rb-78m  |5.7 min                    |4-
 37  42 ABC |Rb-79   |22.9(5) min                |5/2+
 37  43 AB  |Rb-80   |33.4(7) s                  |1+
 37  43 C   |Rb-80   |34. s                      |1+
 37  43 A   |Rb-80m  |1.6(2) µs                  |6+               |494.4(5) keV
 37  43 D   |Rb-80m  |1.60(2) µs                 |(6,7)            |486.0+X keV
 37  44 A   |Rb-81   |4.576(5) h                 |3/2-
 37  44 BC  |Rb-81   |4.570(4) h                 |3/2-
 37  44 AE  |Rb-81m  |30.5(3) min                |9/2+             |86.31(7) keV
 37  44 C   |Rb-81m  |30.5 min                   |9/2+
 37  45 AB  |Rb-82   |1.273(2) min               |1+
 37  45 C   |Rb-82   |1.258 min                  |1+
 37  45 A   |Rb-82m  |6.472(6) h                 |5-               |69.1(15) keV
 37  45 E   |Rb-82m  |6.472(5) h                 |5-               |69.0(15) keV
 37  45 C   |Rb-82m  |6.47 h                     |5-
 37  46 ABC |Rb-83   |86.2(1) d                  |5/2-
 37  46 A   |Rb-83m  |7.8(7) ms                  |9/2+             |42.11(4) keV
 37  46 D   |Rb-83m  |>=0.3 ms                   |9/2+             |42.11(4) keV
 37  47 A   |Rb-84   |32.77(14) d                |2-
 37  47 B   |Rb-84   |33.1(1) d                  |2-
 37  47 C   |Rb-84   |32.9 d                     |2-
 37  47 AE  |Rb-84m  |20.26(4) min               |6-               |463.62(9) keV
 37  47 C   |Rb-84m  |20.3 min                   |6-
 37  48 ABC |Rb-85   |STABLE                     |5/2-
 37  49 AB  |Rb-86   |18.642(18) d               |2-
 37  49 C   |Rb-86   |18.65 d                    |2-
 37  49 AE  |Rb-86m  |1.017(3) min               |6-               |556.05(18) keV
 37  49 C   |Rb-86m  |1.018 min                  |6-
 37  50 A   |Rb-87   |4.923(22)E+10 a            |3/2-
 37  50 B   |Rb-87   |4.97(3)E+10 a              |3/2-
 37  50 C   |Rb-87   |4.88E+10 a                 |3/2-
 37  51 A   |Rb-88   |17.78(11) min              |2-
 37  51 B   |Rb-88   |17.773(11) min             |2-
 37  51 C   |Rb-88   |17.7 min                   |2-
 37  52 AB  |Rb-89   |15.15(12) min              |3/2-
 37  52 C   |Rb-89   |15.4 min                   |3/2-
 37  53 AB  |Rb-90   |158(5) s                   |0-
 37  53 C   |Rb-90   |2.6 min                    |1-
 37  53 AE  |Rb-90m  |258(4) s                   |3-               |106.90(3) keV
 37  53 C   |Rb-90m  |4.3 min                    |4-
 37  54 AB  |Rb-91   |58.4(4) s                  |3/2(-)
 37  54 C   |Rb-91   |58.0 s                     |3/2-
 37  55 AB  |Rb-92   |4.492(20) s                |0-
 37  55 C   |Rb-92   |4.48 s                     |1-
 37  56 AB  |Rb-93   |5.84(2) s                  |5/2-
 37  56 C   |Rb-93   |5.85 s                     |5/2
 37  56 A   |Rb-93m  |57(15) µs                  |(3/2-,5/2-)      |253.38(3) keV
 37  56 D   |Rb-93m  |57(15) µs                  |3/2-,5/2-        |253.38(3) keV
 37  57 AB  |Rb-94   |2.702(5) s                 |3(-)
 37  57 C   |Rb-94   |2.71 s                     |3
 37  58 AB  |Rb-95   |377.5(8) ms                |5/2-
 37  58 C   |Rb-95   |0.377 s                    |5/2
 37  59 A   |Rb-96   |203(3) ms                  |2+
 37  59 B   |Rb-96   |202.8(33) ms               |2+
 37  59 C   |Rb-96   |0.199 s                    |2+
 37  59 A*  |Rb-96m  |200# ms [>1 ms]            |1(-#)            |0(200)# keV
 37  59 C   |Rb-96m  |1.7 µs                     |
 37  60 AB  |Rb-97   |169.9(7) ms                |3/2+
 37  60 C   |Rb-97   |0.169 s                    |3/2
 37  61 A   |Rb-98   |114(5) ms                  |(0,1)(-#)
 37  61 B   |Rb-98   |114(5) ms                  |(0,1)
 37  61 C   |Rb-98   |0.107 s                    |
 37  61 A   |Rb-98m  |96(3) ms                   |(3,4)(+#)        |290(130) keV
 37  61 D   |Rb-98m  |96(3) ms                   |(3,4)            |~270 keV
 37  62 AB  |Rb-99   |50.3(7) ms                 |(5/2+)
 37  62 C   |Rb-99   |59. ms                     |
 37  63 A   |Rb-100  |51(8) ms                   |(3+)
 37  63 B   |Rb-100  |51(8) ms                   |
 37  64 AB  |Rb-101  |32(5) ms                   |(3/2+)#
 37  64 C   |Rb-101  |0.03 s                     |
 37  65 A   |Rb-102  |37(5) ms                   |

Femto 14:05, 14 November 2005 (UTC)

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Half-life data of OE37Rb80Edit

The half-life data of OE37Rb80 is significantly below the reported half-life of the adjacent isotope OE37Rb78 0n the side away from the central tendency, which is irregular. OE37Rb78 has a reported half-life of 17.7minutes (log second =3.03) and Oe37RB has a reported half-life of only 33.4 seconds (log second = 1.52).WFPM (talk) 19:03, 17 April 2013 (UTC)

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