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The new element 111
The new element 111 was produced and unambiguously identified in an experiment at SHIP, GSI Darmstadt. Three nuclei of the isotope272111 were observed in irradiations of209Bi targets with64NiExpand
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Incorporation of Eu(III) into Calcite under Recrystallization conditions
The interaction of calcite with trivalent europium under recrystallization conditions was studied on the molecular level using site-selective time-resolved laser fluorescence spectroscopy (TRLFS). WeExpand
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Synthesis of nuclei of the superheavy element 114 in reactions induced by 48Ca
The stability of heavy nuclides, which tend to decay by α-emission and spontaneous fission, is determined by the structural properties of nuclear matter. Nuclear binding energies and lifetimesExpand
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Search for new isotopes of element 112 by irradiation of 238U with 48Ca
Abstract: The reaction 48Ca+238U was investigated at the recoil separator VASSILISSA at the Flerov Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions, JINR Dubna, in attempts to synthesize new isotopes of element 112.Expand
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Production and decay of269110
In an experiment carried out to identify element 110, we have observed anα-decay chain, that can be unambiguously assigned to269110. In a scries of preexperiments the excitation functions of theExpand
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A triplet of differently shaped spin-zero states in the atomic nucleus 186Pb
Understanding the fundamental excitations of many-fermion systems is of significant current interest. In atomic nuclei with even numbers of neutrons and protons, the low-lying excitation spectrum isExpand
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Investigation of the fusion of heavy nearly symmetric systems
Excitation functions in the vicinity of the Coulomb barrier have been measured for the formation of evaporation residues in100Mo-induced fusion reactions with90, 92, 96Zr,92, 96, 98, 100Mo,104RuExpand
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Decay studies of 214-216Ac by α- γ- γ-coincidences
Abstract.The α-decay fine structure of 214Ac, 215Ac and 216Ac has been studied using the α-γ-coincidence technique. The nuclei were produced by 209Bi( 12C, xn)221-xAc-reactions. Evaporation residuesExpand
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Alpha-gamma decay studies of 251, 253No and their daughter products 247, 249Fm
Abstract.The isotopes 251No and 253No were produced in nuclear reactions 206Pb( 48Ca,3n) 251No and 207Pb( 48Ca,2n) 253No. Radioactive decay of these isotopes and their daughter products has beenExpand
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