Experimental Fission BarriersFission barrier parameters recommended for the transthorium nuclei by V.M.Maslov [1] and for the preactinides by G.N.Smirenkin [2]. For nuclei with Z<80 the liquid drop barriers described by Sierk's code [3] are recommended with the addition of the groundstate shell corrections estimated by the MoellerNix (Segment 1) or the MayerSwiatecki (Segment 5) mass formulae.
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ETFSI Fission BarriersPredictions of the fission barriers and saddle point deformations obtained within the Extended ThomasFermi plus Strutinsky Integral (ETFSI) method for 2301 nuclei with 78 <= Z <= 120.
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Code for Liquid Drop Fission BarriersSubroutine can return the barrier height, the groundstate energy and the angular momentum at which the fission barrier disappears.
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Retrieval of Fission Barriers 

Level Densities at Saddle Points Calculated within HFBCSNuclear level densities at the fission saddle points for some 2300 nuclei with 78 <= Z <= 120 included in the ETFSI compilation [1]. The fission barriers and saddle point deformations are determined within the Extended ThomasFermi plus Strutinsky Integral (ETFSI) method. For each saddle point, the singleparticle level scheme is calculated consistently by the HFBCS model constrained on the corresponding quadrupole, octupole and hexadecapole moments.
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Retrieval of Level Densities at Saddle Points 