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Heavy calcium nuclei weigh in

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The configurations of calcium nuclei make them good test cases for studies of nuclear properties. The measurement of the masses of two heavy calcium nuclei provides benchmarks for models of atomic nuclei. See Letter p.346

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Gade, A. Heavy calcium nuclei weigh in. Nature 498, 307–308 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1038/498307a

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