Chemical identification of dubnium as a decay product of element 115 produced in the reaction 48Ca + 243Am

  title={Chemical identification of dubnium as a decay product of element 115 produced in the reaction 48Ca + 243Am},
  author={Sergey N. Dmitriev and Yury Ts Oganessyan and Vladimir Utyonkov and S. V. Shishkin and A. V. Yeremin and Yu. V. Lobanov and Yury Tsyganov and V. I. Chepygin and E. A. Sokol and Grigory K. Vostokin and Nikolay V. Aksenov and Michel Hussonnois and Mikhail G. Itkis and Heinz Walter G{\"a}ggeler and Dorothea Schumann and H. Bruchertseifer and Robert Eichler and Dawn A. Shaughnessy and Philip A. Wilk and Jacqueline M. Kenneally and Mark A. Stoyer and John F. De Wild},
  journal={Mendeleev Communications},
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 product dubnium. 
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