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Synthesis and detection of a seaborgium carbonyl complex
A carbonyl compound that tips the scales Life is short for the heaviest elements. They emerge from high-energy nuclear collisions with scant time for detection before they break up into lighterExpand
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48Ca+249Bk fusion reaction leading to element Z = 117: long-lived α-decaying 270Db and discovery of 266Lr.
The superheavy element with atomic number Z=117 was produced as an evaporation residue in the (48)Ca+(249)Bk fusion reaction at the gas-filled recoil separator TASCA at GSI Darmstadt, Germany. TheExpand
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The reaction 48Ca + 238U → 286112* studied at the GSI-SHIP
Abstract.The fusion reaction of 48Ca projectiles with 238U target nuclei was studied at the velocity filter SHIP of GSI in Darmstadt. Two decay chains were measured, which fully confirm data thatExpand
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TASISpec—A highly efficient multi-coincidence spectrometer for nuclear structure investigations of the heaviest nuclei
TASISpec (TASCA in Small Image mode Spectroscopy) combines composite Ge- and Si-detectors for a new detector setup aimed towards multi-coincidence gamma -ray, X-ray, conversion electron, fissionExpand
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Production and decay of element 114: high cross sections and the new nucleus 277Hs.
The fusion-evaporation reaction 244Pu(48Ca,3-4n){288,289}114 was studied at the new gas-filled recoil separator TASCA. Thirteen correlated decay chains were observed and assigned to the productionExpand
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First Superheavy Element Experiments at the GSI Recoil Separator TASCA: The Production and Decay of Element 114 in the 244Pu(48Ca,3-4n) Reaction
Experiments with the new recoil separator, Transactinide Separator and Chemistry Apparatus (TASCA), at the GSI were performed by using beams of Ca-48 to irradiate targets of Pb206-208, which led toExpand
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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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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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High brilliance uranium beams for the GSI FAIR
The 40 years old GSI-UNILAC (Universal Linear Accelerator) as well as the heavy ion synchrotron SIS18 will serve as a high current heavy ion injector for the new FAIR (Facility for Antiproton and IonExpand
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U28+-intensity record applying aH2-gas stripper cell
To Meet the FAIR science requirements higher beam intensity has to be achieved in the present GSI-accelerator complex. An advanced upgrade program for the UNILAC aimed to meet the FAIR requirementsExpand
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