### Table 1. Region C (continued)

"... In PAGE 3: ....2. The IRAS ux densities The nal sample consists of 124 S stars having ux densi- ties at 12, 25 and 60 m agged as being of good quality in the PSC. These stars are listed in Table1 . However, PSC ux densities su er from several shortcomings that make them inadequate for the present study.... In PAGE 4: ...he source pro le intersects the baseline. In Sect. 2.4, a criterion based on the comparison of Fz and Fp has been designed to identify sources with possibly resolved shells. If that criterion is met, the Fz ux density (identi ed by a `+ apos; in Table1 ) has been adopted instead of Ft. In the case of bright sources, detector hysteresis results in a trail extending along the scan direction, thus disturbing the template t.... In PAGE 4: ... Several sources observed by IRAS a few months apart turn out to be strongly variable in the IRAS bands. For these, the ADDSCAN procedure has been run separately on the two groups of data, and the ux densities are listed on two separate lines in Table1 . The corresponding ap- proximate Julian dates have been derived from the `Satel-... In PAGE 16: ... For the composite system 1 Gru (S5,7e + G0V), Ake amp; Johnson (1992) derive a distance modulus of 6.0 from a t to the UV spectrum, corresponding to a dis- tance of 160 pc, identical to the value derived from the K magnitude ( Table1 ). For T Sgr, a distance of 1000 pc (as compared to 810 pc from the K distance modulus) is derived by Culver amp; Ianna (1975) from the spectral type F3IV assigned to its companion.... In PAGE 24: ... Jorissen amp; G. Knapp: Circumstellar shells and mass loss rates of S stars Table1 . IRAS co-added ux densities for S stars, grouped according to their location in the (K ? [12], [25] ? [60]) diagram Region A: Stellar photospheres GCGSS IRAS F2.... In PAGE 25: ...25 Table1 . Continued.... In PAGE 27: ...27 Table1 . Continued.... In PAGE 28: ... Jorissen amp; G. Knapp: Circumstellar shells and mass loss rates of S stars Table1 . Continued.... ..."

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"... In PAGE 2: ... branching ratios have also been determined with higher precision, and a similar number of ground-state and isomer decay half-lives of new delayed-neutron precursors have been ob- tained. These data are contained in our compilation ( Table1 ), and are compared with two of our model predictions: (i) an update of the empirical Kratz-Herrmann formula (KHF) for -delayed neutron emission probabilities Pn and -decay half-lives T1=2 (Kratz and Herrmann, 1973; Pfei er, 2000), and an improved version of the macroscopic-microscopic QRPA model (Moller and Randrup, 1990) which can be used to calculate a large number of nuclear properties consistently (Moller et al., 1997).... In PAGE 2: ...uclear properties consistently (Moller et al., 1997). These two models, with quite di erent nuclear-structure basis, are also used to predict so far unknown T1=2 and Pn values in the ssion-product region (see Table 1). EXPERIMENTAL DATA Most of the new -decay half-lives of the very neutron-rich delayed-neutron precursor isotopes included in Table1 have been determined from growth-and-decay curves of neu-... In PAGE 3: ...3 Table1 : Experimental -decay half-lives T1=2 and -delayed neutron-emission probabilities Pn compared to three calculations. T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp.... In PAGE 5: ...5 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 6: ...6 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 7: ...7 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 8: ...8 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 9: ...9 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 10: ...10 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 11: ...11 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 12: ...12 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 13: ...13 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 16: ... These values are summarized in Table 2. Using the present data set presented in Table1 , we now again obtain new a and b parameters from (i) a linear regression, and (ii) a weighted non-linear least-squares t to about 110 measured Pn values in the ssion-product region. For the present ts, the mass excesses to calculate Q and Sn were taken from the compilation of Audi and Wapstra (1995), other- wise from the FRDM model predictions (Moller et al.... ..."

### Table 1: Continued

"... In PAGE 2: ... branching ratios have also been determined with higher precision, and a similar number of ground-state and isomer decay half-lives of new delayed-neutron precursors have been ob- tained. These data are contained in our compilation ( Table1 ), and are compared with two of our model predictions: (i) an update of the empirical Kratz-Herrmann formula (KHF) for -delayed neutron emission probabilities Pn and -decay half-lives T1=2 (Kratz and Herrmann, 1973; Pfei er, 2000), and an improved version of the macroscopic-microscopic QRPA model (Moller and Randrup, 1990) which can be used to calculate a large number of nuclear properties consistently (Moller et al., 1997).... In PAGE 2: ...uclear properties consistently (Moller et al., 1997). These two models, with quite di erent nuclear-structure basis, are also used to predict so far unknown T1=2 and Pn values in the ssion-product region (see Table 1). EXPERIMENTAL DATA Most of the new -decay half-lives of the very neutron-rich delayed-neutron precursor isotopes included in Table1 have been determined from growth-and-decay curves of neu-... In PAGE 3: ...3 Table1 : Experimental -decay half-lives T1=2 and -delayed neutron-emission probabilities Pn compared to three calculations. T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp.... In PAGE 4: ...4 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 6: ...6 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 7: ...7 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 8: ...8 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 9: ...9 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 10: ...10 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 11: ...11 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 12: ...12 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 13: ...13 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 16: ... These values are summarized in Table 2. Using the present data set presented in Table1 , we now again obtain new a and b parameters from (i) a linear regression, and (ii) a weighted non-linear least-squares t to about 110 measured Pn values in the ssion-product region. For the present ts, the mass excesses to calculate Q and Sn were taken from the compilation of Audi and Wapstra (1995), other- wise from the FRDM model predictions (Moller et al.... ..."

### Table 1: Continued

"... In PAGE 2: ... branching ratios have also been determined with higher precision, and a similar number of ground-state and isomer decay half-lives of new delayed-neutron precursors have been ob- tained. These data are contained in our compilation ( Table1 ), and are compared with two of our model predictions: (i) an update of the empirical Kratz-Herrmann formula (KHF) for -delayed neutron emission probabilities Pn and -decay half-lives T1=2 (Kratz and Herrmann, 1973; Pfei er, 2000), and an improved version of the macroscopic-microscopic QRPA model (Moller and Randrup, 1990) which can be used to calculate a large number of nuclear properties consistently (Moller et al., 1997).... In PAGE 2: ...uclear properties consistently (Moller et al., 1997). These two models, with quite di erent nuclear-structure basis, are also used to predict so far unknown T1=2 and Pn values in the ssion-product region (see Table 1). EXPERIMENTAL DATA Most of the new -decay half-lives of the very neutron-rich delayed-neutron precursor isotopes included in Table1 have been determined from growth-and-decay curves of neu-... In PAGE 3: ...3 Table1 : Experimental -decay half-lives T1=2 and -delayed neutron-emission probabilities Pn compared to three calculations. T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp.... In PAGE 4: ...4 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 5: ...5 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 7: ...7 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 8: ...8 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 9: ...9 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 10: ...10 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 11: ...11 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 12: ...12 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 13: ...13 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 16: ... These values are summarized in Table 2. Using the present data set presented in Table1 , we now again obtain new a and b parameters from (i) a linear regression, and (ii) a weighted non-linear least-squares t to about 110 measured Pn values in the ssion-product region. For the present ts, the mass excesses to calculate Q and Sn were taken from the compilation of Audi and Wapstra (1995), other- wise from the FRDM model predictions (Moller et al.... ..."

### Table 1: Continued

"... In PAGE 2: ... branching ratios have also been determined with higher precision, and a similar number of ground-state and isomer decay half-lives of new delayed-neutron precursors have been ob- tained. These data are contained in our compilation ( Table1 ), and are compared with two of our model predictions: (i) an update of the empirical Kratz-Herrmann formula (KHF) for -delayed neutron emission probabilities Pn and -decay half-lives T1=2 (Kratz and Herrmann, 1973; Pfei er, 2000), and an improved version of the macroscopic-microscopic QRPA model (Moller and Randrup, 1990) which can be used to calculate a large number of nuclear properties consistently (Moller et al., 1997).... In PAGE 2: ...uclear properties consistently (Moller et al., 1997). These two models, with quite di erent nuclear-structure basis, are also used to predict so far unknown T1=2 and Pn values in the ssion-product region (see Table 1). EXPERIMENTAL DATA Most of the new -decay half-lives of the very neutron-rich delayed-neutron precursor isotopes included in Table1 have been determined from growth-and-decay curves of neu-... In PAGE 3: ...3 Table1 : Experimental -decay half-lives T1=2 and -delayed neutron-emission probabilities Pn compared to three calculations. T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp.... In PAGE 4: ...4 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 5: ...5 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 6: ...6 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 8: ...8 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 9: ...9 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 10: ...10 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 11: ...11 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 12: ...12 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 13: ...13 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 16: ... These values are summarized in Table 2. Using the present data set presented in Table1 , we now again obtain new a and b parameters from (i) a linear regression, and (ii) a weighted non-linear least-squares t to about 110 measured Pn values in the ssion-product region. For the present ts, the mass excesses to calculate Q and Sn were taken from the compilation of Audi and Wapstra (1995), other- wise from the FRDM model predictions (Moller et al.... ..."

### Table 1: Continued

"... In PAGE 2: ... branching ratios have also been determined with higher precision, and a similar number of ground-state and isomer decay half-lives of new delayed-neutron precursors have been ob- tained. These data are contained in our compilation ( Table1 ), and are compared with two of our model predictions: (i) an update of the empirical Kratz-Herrmann formula (KHF) for -delayed neutron emission probabilities Pn and -decay half-lives T1=2 (Kratz and Herrmann, 1973; Pfei er, 2000), and an improved version of the macroscopic-microscopic QRPA model (Moller and Randrup, 1990) which can be used to calculate a large number of nuclear properties consistently (Moller et al., 1997).... In PAGE 2: ...uclear properties consistently (Moller et al., 1997). These two models, with quite di erent nuclear-structure basis, are also used to predict so far unknown T1=2 and Pn values in the ssion-product region (see Table 1). EXPERIMENTAL DATA Most of the new -decay half-lives of the very neutron-rich delayed-neutron precursor isotopes included in Table1 have been determined from growth-and-decay curves of neu-... In PAGE 3: ...3 Table1 : Experimental -decay half-lives T1=2 and -delayed neutron-emission probabilities Pn compared to three calculations. T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp.... In PAGE 4: ...4 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 5: ...5 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 6: ...6 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 7: ...7 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 9: ...9 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 10: ...10 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 11: ...11 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 12: ...12 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 13: ...13 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 16: ... These values are summarized in Table 2. Using the present data set presented in Table1 , we now again obtain new a and b parameters from (i) a linear regression, and (ii) a weighted non-linear least-squares t to about 110 measured Pn values in the ssion-product region. For the present ts, the mass excesses to calculate Q and Sn were taken from the compilation of Audi and Wapstra (1995), other- wise from the FRDM model predictions (Moller et al.... ..."

### Table 1: Continued

"... In PAGE 2: ... branching ratios have also been determined with higher precision, and a similar number of ground-state and isomer decay half-lives of new delayed-neutron precursors have been ob- tained. These data are contained in our compilation ( Table1 ), and are compared with two of our model predictions: (i) an update of the empirical Kratz-Herrmann formula (KHF) for -delayed neutron emission probabilities Pn and -decay half-lives T1=2 (Kratz and Herrmann, 1973; Pfei er, 2000), and an improved version of the macroscopic-microscopic QRPA model (Moller and Randrup, 1990) which can be used to calculate a large number of nuclear properties consistently (Moller et al., 1997).... In PAGE 2: ...uclear properties consistently (Moller et al., 1997). These two models, with quite di erent nuclear-structure basis, are also used to predict so far unknown T1=2 and Pn values in the ssion-product region (see Table 1). EXPERIMENTAL DATA Most of the new -decay half-lives of the very neutron-rich delayed-neutron precursor isotopes included in Table1 have been determined from growth-and-decay curves of neu-... In PAGE 3: ...3 Table1 : Experimental -decay half-lives T1=2 and -delayed neutron-emission probabilities Pn compared to three calculations. T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp.... In PAGE 4: ...4 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 5: ...5 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 6: ...6 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 7: ...7 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 8: ...8 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 10: ...10 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 11: ...11 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 12: ...12 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 13: ...13 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 16: ... These values are summarized in Table 2. Using the present data set presented in Table1 , we now again obtain new a and b parameters from (i) a linear regression, and (ii) a weighted non-linear least-squares t to about 110 measured Pn values in the ssion-product region. For the present ts, the mass excesses to calculate Q and Sn were taken from the compilation of Audi and Wapstra (1995), other- wise from the FRDM model predictions (Moller et al.... ..."

### Table 1: Continued

"... In PAGE 2: ... branching ratios have also been determined with higher precision, and a similar number of ground-state and isomer decay half-lives of new delayed-neutron precursors have been ob- tained. These data are contained in our compilation ( Table1 ), and are compared with two of our model predictions: (i) an update of the empirical Kratz-Herrmann formula (KHF) for -delayed neutron emission probabilities Pn and -decay half-lives T1=2 (Kratz and Herrmann, 1973; Pfei er, 2000), and an improved version of the macroscopic-microscopic QRPA model (Moller and Randrup, 1990) which can be used to calculate a large number of nuclear properties consistently (Moller et al., 1997).... In PAGE 2: ...uclear properties consistently (Moller et al., 1997). These two models, with quite di erent nuclear-structure basis, are also used to predict so far unknown T1=2 and Pn values in the ssion-product region (see Table 1). EXPERIMENTAL DATA Most of the new -decay half-lives of the very neutron-rich delayed-neutron precursor isotopes included in Table1 have been determined from growth-and-decay curves of neu-... In PAGE 3: ...3 Table1 : Experimental -decay half-lives T1=2 and -delayed neutron-emission probabilities Pn compared to three calculations. T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp.... In PAGE 4: ...4 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 5: ...5 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 6: ...6 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 7: ...7 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 8: ...8 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 9: ...9 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 11: ...11 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 12: ...12 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 13: ...13 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 16: ... These values are summarized in Table 2. Using the present data set presented in Table1 , we now again obtain new a and b parameters from (i) a linear regression, and (ii) a weighted non-linear least-squares t to about 110 measured Pn values in the ssion-product region. For the present ts, the mass excesses to calculate Q and Sn were taken from the compilation of Audi and Wapstra (1995), other- wise from the FRDM model predictions (Moller et al.... ..."

### Table 1: Continued

"... In PAGE 2: ... branching ratios have also been determined with higher precision, and a similar number of ground-state and isomer decay half-lives of new delayed-neutron precursors have been ob- tained. These data are contained in our compilation ( Table1 ), and are compared with two of our model predictions: (i) an update of the empirical Kratz-Herrmann formula (KHF) for -delayed neutron emission probabilities Pn and -decay half-lives T1=2 (Kratz and Herrmann, 1973; Pfei er, 2000), and an improved version of the macroscopic-microscopic QRPA model (Moller and Randrup, 1990) which can be used to calculate a large number of nuclear properties consistently (Moller et al., 1997).... In PAGE 2: ...uclear properties consistently (Moller et al., 1997). These two models, with quite di erent nuclear-structure basis, are also used to predict so far unknown T1=2 and Pn values in the ssion-product region (see Table 1). EXPERIMENTAL DATA Most of the new -decay half-lives of the very neutron-rich delayed-neutron precursor isotopes included in Table1 have been determined from growth-and-decay curves of neu-... In PAGE 3: ...3 Table1 : Experimental -decay half-lives T1=2 and -delayed neutron-emission probabilities Pn compared to three calculations. T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp.... In PAGE 4: ...4 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 5: ...5 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 6: ...6 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 7: ...7 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 8: ...8 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 9: ...9 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 10: ...10 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 12: ...12 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 13: ...13 Table1 : Continued T1=2 (ms) Pn (%) Isotope Exp. KHF QRPA-1 QRPA-2 Exp.... In PAGE 16: ... These values are summarized in Table 2. Using the present data set presented in Table1 , we now again obtain new a and b parameters from (i) a linear regression, and (ii) a weighted non-linear least-squares t to about 110 measured Pn values in the ssion-product region. For the present ts, the mass excesses to calculate Q and Sn were taken from the compilation of Audi and Wapstra (1995), other- wise from the FRDM model predictions (Moller et al.... ..."