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In context of this answer, stable means not undergoing a radioactive decay, regardless of the value of measured half-life.(+) For light nuclei till about 40 nucleons, the neutron/proton ratio of stable isobars(the same nucleon count) is generally around 1.0. ( $\ce{^3He, T}$ are quite exception. ) Nuclei too aside from this ratio ( See Valley of stability ) ...


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I finally found this book by Derek Marsh: Derek Marsh, "Spin-Label Electron Paramagnetic Resonance" (CRC Press, Boca Raton, 2019). DOI: 10.1201/9780429194634. It has many tables and the basic theory going with them. I would strongly recommend it.


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