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Chemical investigation of hassium (element 108)
The periodic table provides a classification of the chemical properties of the elements. But for the heaviest elements, the transactinides, this role of the periodic table reaches its limits becauseExpand
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On the decay properties of 269Hs and indications for the new nuclide 270Hs
Abstract.In bombardments of 248Cm with 143.7-146.8 MeV 26Mg ions the nuclides 269Hs and presumably 270Hs were produced. After chemical isolation, Hs atoms were identified by observing geneticallyExpand
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Changes in surface composition and morphology of UF
Abstract The changes in surface composition and morphology have been measured for UF 4 targets subjected to high dose irradiation (5 × 10 18 ions) with ∼195 MeV 37 Cl (∼5.3 AMeV). Using atomic forceExpand
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First chemical investigation of hassium (Hs, Z=108)
Recently, the first successful chemical investigation of element 108, hassium (Hs) has been reported [1]. Based on 7 detected atoms, Hs was shown to form a higly volatile oxide, most probably HsO4.Expand
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Investigations of Geosynthetic Interlayer Bonding in Asphalt Layers / Badania Połaczen Miedzywarstwowych W Warstwach Asfaltowych Z Geosyntetykiem
Abstract The paper presents the results of an extensive investigation of asphalt concrete specimens with geosynthetic interlayer. The subject of this research is evaluation of influence ofExpand
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Unified description of elastic and acoustic properties of cubic media: elastic instabilities, phase transitions and soft modes
Abstract:Elastic properties of all cubic materials are classified with the use of a stability triangle in a 2D subspace of elastic parameters. The behavior of bulk modulus (B), shear modulus (Cs),Expand
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Cross-section limits for the 208Pb(86Kr,n)293118 reaction
Abstract.In April-May, 2001, the previously reported experiment to synthesize element 118 using the 208Pb(86Kr,n)293118 reaction was repeated. No events corresponding to the synthesis of element 118Expand
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Indirect Tensile Test as a Simple Method for Rut Resistance Evaluation of Asphalt Concrete
Abstract The paper presents the dependence of ITS results at the elevated temperature (40°C) on rutting parameters, i.e. proportional rut depth (PRDAIR) and wheel tracking speed (WTSAIR), obtained atExpand