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Examples are, the Isospin Mass Multiplet Equation (IMME) with which the mass of a nuclide forming an isobaric analog multiplet can be remarkably reproduced using only a quadratic function. Another scheme, the Garvey-Kelson relation, uses a similar idea but by constructing a sort of ﬁnite-difference grid in which unknown masses are determined iteratively using the neighboring known masses as boundary values. Such relations, broadly classiﬁed as local, can be useful where speciﬁc, locally-unknown masses are required (for example, near the proton drip line) but generally show gross systematic deviations in distant, unknown territory (see discussion in ).
Each symbol represents one nuclide and each line represents one piece of data connecting two nuclides. When a nuclide is connected to Carbon-12 (often the case for mass spectrometry), it is represented by a square symbol. Explanation of the other symbols is given in the text. 4 Estimates of unknown masses - extrapolations Drawing the mass surface allows to derive estimates for the still unknown masses, either from interpolations or from short extrapolations. Unfortunately, the direct representation of the mass surface is not convenient since the binding energy varies very rapidly with N and Z.
Lett. 94 (2005) 092502 and Phys. Rev. J. -K. Thielemann, Physic Today, October (2004) 47  S. , Phys. Rev. C 66 (2002) 024326 33 Toward a new parameterization of the Gogny force F. Chappert, M. Girod, CEA/DAM Ile de France Bruy`eres-le-Chˆatel France Abstract The Gogny force was ﬁrst introduced in 1980. The ﬁrst parameterization D1 gave satisfying results for masses, radii and pairing properties of many nuclei. Unfortunately, the surface energy term was too high and therefore D1 was not able to reproduce ﬁssion barriers.