Websites on Nuclei/particle/atomic reactions

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anyone know of any good forums that list Nuclei/particle/atomic reactions in a table. Sort of liket he list you can find in stellar burning(Caroll & Ostlie)
but a list of everything(or alot of reactions)?
 

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ah yes the particle adventure website. But they don't really have what i'm looking for(at least i remember it that way). Not just looking how to balance the equations by e- or c charges and cons of p&E. But actual equations that have been observed, unless your referring to the lepton decay they have there.

in Carroll,Ostliee they have an entire list of reactions like
H+H=>H2+?
H+H2=>He3+?
He3+He3=>He4+?

etc.

if it still on the particle adventure website, perhaps you can point me ot the correct sublink(category->page).

Oh and maybe you would know of a reference to a table comprising
all the particles in a table arrrangement by mass/no mass, e&c charges, approx R. etc.
 
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neurocomp2003 said:
ah yes the particle adventure website. But they don't really have what i'm looking for(at least i remember it that way). Not just looking how to balance the equations by e- or c charges and cons of p&E. But actual equations that have been observed, unless your referring to the lepton decay they have there.

in Carroll,Ostliee they have an entire list of reactions like
H+H=>H2+?
H+H2=>He3+?
He3+He3=>He4+?

etc.

if it still on the particle adventure website, perhaps you can point me ot the correct sublink(category->page).

Oh and maybe you would know of a reference to a table comprising
all the particles in a table arrrangement by mass/no mass, e&c charges, approx R. etc.
Does http://particleadventure.org/particleadventure/frameless/chart_frame.html site help?

Don
 
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The given site was also in the elementary particles thread. Neurocomp, i suggest you start by checking out every post in that thread since it was written by several members to solve these kinds of questions.

Hope it helps

regards
marlon
 
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oh sorry, i thought you said to just look at the first post, first link
 
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neurocomp2003 said:
oh sorry, i thought you said to just look at the first post, first link
Yes i did. But based upon the content of your questions, i just wanted to let you know there is a lot more in this entire thread that you might find very interesting.

regards
marlon
 

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