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COMPACT Coupled to TASCA for Element 114 Chemistry *
A. Yakushev, J.M. Gates , A. Gorshkov, R. Graeger , A. Türler, D. Ackermann, M. Block, W. Brüchle, Ch.E. Düllmann, H.G. Essel , F.P. Heßberger , A. Hübner, E. Jäger , J. Khuyagbaatar , B. Kindler, J.Expand
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Atom-at-a-time laser resonance ionization spectroscopy of nobelium
Optical spectroscopy of a primordial isotope has traditionally formed the basis for understanding the atomic structure of an element. Such studies have been conducted for most elements andExpand
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Spectroscopy of element 115 decay chains.
A high-resolution α, x-ray, and γ-ray coincidence spectroscopy experiment was conducted at the GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung. Thirty correlated α-decay chains were detected followingExpand
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Probing Sizes and Shapes of Nobelium Isotopes by Laser Spectroscopy.
Until recently, ground-state nuclear moments of the heaviest nuclei could only be inferred from nuclear spectroscopy, where model assumptions are required. Laser spectroscopy in combination withExpand
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Superheavy element flerovium (element 114) is a volatile metal.
The electron shell structure of superheavy elements, i.e., elements with atomic number Z ≥ 104, is influenced by strong relativistic effects caused by the high Z. Early atomic calculations on elementExpand
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Production of intense 48Ca ion beam at the U-400 cyclotron
Production of the intense accelerated 48Ca ion beam is the key problem in the experiments on synthesizing of new heavy nuclei. For this purpose an axial injection system with the electron cyclotronExpand
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Decomposition studies of group 6 hexacarbonyl complexes. Part 1: Production and decomposition of Mo(CO)6 and W(CO)6
Abstract Chemical studies of superheavy elements require fast and efficient techniques, due to short half-lives and low production rates of the investigated nuclides. Here, we advocate for using aExpand
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New Short-Lived Isotope ^{221}U and the Mass Surface Near N=126.
Two short-lived isotopes ^{221}U and ^{222}U were produced as evaporation residues in the fusion reaction ^{50}Ti+^{176}Yb at the gas-filled recoil separator TASCA. An α decay with an energy ofExpand
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Precision Measurement of the First Ionization Potential of Nobelium.
One of the most important atomic properties governing an element's chemical behavior is the energy required to remove its least-bound electron, referred to as the first ionization potential. For theExpand
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Recoil-α-fission and recoil-α–α-fission events observed in the reaction $^{48}Ca + ^{243}Am$
Products of the fusion-evaporation reaction Ca-48 + Am-243 were studied with the TASISpec set-up at the gas-filled separator TASCA at the GSI Helmholtzzentrum f\"ur Schwerionenforschung. Amongst theExpand
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