The database is now complete!
This is exciting times for the database we’ve been trying to put online during the past 2 years. In the process, we’ve had severe failures, major redesigns and several updates. Nevertheless, our efforts are proven fruitful and we are now pleased to announce the complete set of nuclear magnetic dipole and electric quadrupole moments to the community. As a bonus, magnetic moments of elementary particles are now featured in the database. Also, we have tried to modernize the frontend by adding an alternative view, using a helix-like ladder that symbolizes both the expansion of our site and the future of nuclear data collection and archiving.
Our database can be directly found in this link: http://magneticmoments.info/data
The data have been collected from fully electronic and printed sources. Prof. N.J. Stone’s milestone paper was used as the major source, but our database is extended gradually to include more information, such as DOI keys and non-evaluated data as they appear in this blog, and elsewhere, for the convenience of the fellow researchers.
We welcome comments, corrections, suggestions and of course DONATIONS This server is a fully private project without any financial support other than our pocket. So, if you think it’s interesting, send us an email and we can tell you how you can help our site grow. In any case, thanks for visiting!