Three curves of stability?

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I've been doing some analysis on isotope data for a paper, and I've obtained some results which don't seem to appear in the literature. Have you come actross this?

Here's the first one.
 

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CarlB
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I haven't seen it, but I would be surprised if it is new. That the odd and even nuclei act differently is well known, for example see:
http://prola.aps.org/abstract/PR/v116/i4/p970_1

I don't remember seeing the two types of even being different, but this is not my field. I would be stunned if it wasn't done already.
 
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Goccam
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Apparently 10 downloads, but no comments.
attached is a fuller version and an extract of the data.
 

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