Foreword – Organizing APAC2000
Experimental Overview of Mass Measurements
The Quest for a Microscopic Nuclear Mass Formula*
Effects of QED and Beyond from the Atomic Binding Energy*
Nuclear Masses and the r- and p-Processes of Nucleosynthesis
Standard-Model Tests with Superallowed β-Decay : An Important Application of Very Precise Mass Measurements
Memories of Mass Determinations
Masses and Proton Separation Energies Obtained from Q α and Q p Measurements*
Anomalies in the α-Decay Energies and Half-Lives of Neutron-Deficient Po Isotopes
Shape Coexistence and the N = 28 Shell Closure Far from Stability
Decay Experiments on N∼Z nuclei : The role of Masses, Q Values and Separation Energies
Ultra-Precise Mass Measurements Using the UW-PTMS*
Precise Measurements of the Masses of Cs, Rb and Na – A New Route to the Fine Structure Constant
Prompt (n,γ) Mass Measurements for the AVOGADRO Project
Precision Measurement of the Charged Pion Mass by High Resolution X-Ray Spectroscopy
A Possible New Value for the Electron Mass from g-Factor Measurements on Hydrogen-Like Ions
Mass Measurements on Short-Lived Nuclides with ISOLTRAP
The Canadian Penning Trap Spectrometer at Argonne
Recent Progress with the SMILETRAP Penning Mass Spectrometer
The SPEG Mass Measurement Program at GANIL
Mass Measurements at the Wright Nuclear Structure Laboratory
Mass Measurements in Nuclear Reactions
The Mass Programme at GANIL Using the CSS2 and CIME Cyclotrons
Schottky Mass Measurements of Cooled Exotic Nuclei
Isochronous Mass Measurements of Hot Exotic Nuclei
Recent Results on Ne and Mg from the MISTRAL Mass Measurement Program at ISOLDE
Towards Shorter-Lived Nuclides in ISOLTRAP Mass Measurements
Determination of Atomic Masses and Nuclear Binding Energies via Neutron Induced Reactions
Mass Measurements of 114–124,130Xe with the ISOLTRAP Penning Trap Spectrometer
Accurate Mass Determination of Neutron-Deficient Nuclides Close to Z = 82 with ISOLTRAP
QED Effects in Heavy Few-Electron Ions
Relativistic Calculations for Trapped Ions
Parity Nonconserving (PNC) Electroweak Radiative Corrections for Highly Charged Ions (HCI)
Vacuum-Polarization Screening Corrections to the Low-Lying Energy Levels of Heliumlike Ions
Calculation of QED Effects in Hydrogen
Accurate Calculations on Dielectronic Recombination Resonances in Cu-like Pb
Calculation of the Interelectronic-Interaction Correction to Radiative Recombination of an Electron with a Heavy He-Like Ion
Evaluation of the Two-Photon Self-Energy Correction for Hydrogenlike Ions
Mass Predictions from Mean-Field Calculations
Monte Carlo Shell Model Mass Predictions
Semiempirical Shell Model Masses with Magic Proton Number Z=126 for Translead Elements*
Towards a Skyrme–Hartree–Fock–Bogolyubov Mass Formula
The Use of Multi-Pass Time-of-Flight Mass Analyzers for Nuclear-Decay Spectroscopy of Mass Identified Nuclei
A Proposed Storage Ion Trap of an ‘In-Flight Capture’ Type for Precise Mass Measurement of Radioactive Nuclear Reaction Products and Fission Fragments
A Small Isochronous Storage Ring for Spectrometry*
HITRAP : A Facility for Experiments with Trapped Highly Charged Ions
Status of the SHIPTRAP Project : A Capture and Storage Facility for Heavy Radionuclides from SHIP
Space-Charge Effects with REXTRAP
Space Charge Effects in a Gas Filled Penning Trap
Weak Interaction Studies Using a Paul Trap
Status of HIGISOL, a New Version Equipped with SPIG and Electric Field Guidance
Spectroscopy of Ly-α Lines at Storage Rings by Crystal Spectrometry and Absorption Edge Technique
A Physics Case for SHIPTRAP : Measuring the Masses of Transuranium Elements
Prospects of Ion Chemical Reactions with Heavy Elements in the Gas Phase
First Measurements with the Gas Cell for SHIPTRAP
Improvement of the Applicability, Efficiency, andPrecision of the Penning Trap Mass Spectrometer ISOLTRAP
Electron Capture and Dissociative Excitation in Slow Collisions of Na+ and K+ Ions with Hydrogen and Nitrogen Molecules
Stopping, Trapping and Cooling of Radioactive Fission Fragments in an Ion Catcher Device
Time Characteristics of the Ion Beam Cooler-Buncher at JYFL
A New Concept for Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry with Slowed-down Short-Lived Isotopes
Feasibility of In-Trap Conversion Electron Spectroscopy