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Chemical characterization of element 112
The heaviest elements to have been chemically characterized are seaborgium (element 106), bohrium (element 107) and hassium (element 108). All three behave according to their respective positions inExpand
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Indication for a volatile element 114
Abstract Recently, the chemical investigation of element 112 revealed a highly volatile, noble metallic behaviour, as expected for the last group 12 member of the periodic table. The observedExpand
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Confirmation of the Decay of 283112 and First Indication for Hg-like Behavior of Element 112
Two gas phase adsorption chemistry experiments aimed at the chemical characterization of element 112 using its isotope 283 112 have been performed at the Flerov Laboratory for Nuclear ReactionsExpand
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Gas phase chemical studies of superheavy elements using the Dubna gas-filled recoil separator - Stopping range determination
Abstract Currently, gas phase chemistry experiments with heaviest elements are usually performed with the gas-jet technique with the disadvantage that all reaction products are collected in aExpand
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Chemical identification of dubnium as a decay product of element 115 produced in the reaction 48Ca + 243Am
The recent discovery of the elements 115 and 113 in the reaction 48Ca + 243Am was confirmed by an independent radiochemical experiment based on the identification of the long-lived decay productExpand
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Adsorption interaction of astatine species with quartz and gold surfaces
Abstract The adsorption interaction of various astatine species with quartz and gold surfaces was investigated by gas chromatography methods. Due to variations of the redox potential of the carrierExpand
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Pioneering experiments on the chemical properties of element 113
First experimental results of a chemical investigation of element 113 independently confirm the synthesis of the new elements 115 and 113 in the nuclear fusion reaction of 48Ca + 243Am and indicate aExpand
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Preparation and high intensity heavy ion irradiation tests of intermetallic 243Am/Pd targets
Abstract Previously reported preparation method for Pd-based intermetallic targets (Usoltsev, et al., 2012) [1] has been successfully applied for producing two stationary 243 Am/Pd targets. BothExpand
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Cation-exchange separation of Group V elements: Model experiments on isolation and chemical identification of Db
A cation-exchange procedure was developed for separating Nb from Ta, Pa from Ta, and Nb, Pa, and Ta from Zr, Hf, and lanthanides in dilute HC1/HF solutions. The stability of the fluoride complexes ofExpand
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