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Spontaneous fission half-lives for ground state nuclides
Measurements of the spontaneous fission half-lives of nuclides of elements Z = 90 to 107 have been compiled and evaluated. Recommended values are presented. 126 refs., 96 tabs.
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Integrating large scale seawater desalination plants within Israel’s water supply system
The paper lists and reviews the issues, considerations and factors that faced planners in Israel in introducing large scale seawater desalination plants within the national and regional water supplyExpand
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Radioactivity in the underground environment of the Cambric nuclear explosion at the Nevada Test Site
The experimental results obtained from investigation of the radionuclide distribution in the environment around the detonation point of the 0.75-kt nuclear test, Cambric, fired 300 m underground inExpand
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The hydration enthalpies of Md3+ and Lr3+
Lawrencium (3-min 260Lr) and lighter actinides were produced in the bombardment of a 249Bk target with 18O ions and loaded onto a cation exchange column in 0.05 M α-hydroxyisobutyrate solution atExpand
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Spontaneous fission half-lives for ground-state nuclide (Technical report)
Measurements of the spontaneous fission half-lives of nuclides of elements Z = 82 through 109 have been compiled (cutoff date of April 1998) and evaluated. Recommended values are tabulated along withExpand
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Chemical characterization of bohrium (element 107)
The arrangement of the chemical elements in the periodic table highlights resemblances in chemical properties, which reflect the elements’ electronic structure. For the heaviest elements, however,Expand
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Chemical Properties of Element 105 in Aqueous Solution: Extraction of the Fluoride-, Chloride-, and Bromide Complexes of the Group-5 Elements into an Aliphatic Amine
Previously, the halide complex formation of the group-5 elements had been studied in mixed HCL/HF solutions by their extraction into triisooctyl amine (TiOA). The extraction sequence Ta > Nb > 105 >Expand
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Post-Fission Phenomena
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A Field Study of Radionuclide Migration
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