Critical evaluation of the chemical properties of the transactinide elements (IUPAC Technical Report)

  title={Critical evaluation of the chemical properties of the transactinide elements (IUPAC Technical Report)},
  author={Jens Volker Kratz},
  journal={Pure and Applied Chemistry},
  pages={103 - 108}
  • J. Kratz
  • Published 2003
  • Chemistry
  • Pure and Applied Chemistry
In this paper, the chemical properties of the transactinide elements rutherfordium, Rf (element 104); dubnium, Db (element 105); and seaborgium, Sg (element 106) are critically reviewed. The experimental methods for performing rapid chemical separations on a time scale of seconds are reviewed, and comments are given on the special situation with the transactinides for which the chemistry has to be studied with single atoms. There follows a systematic description of theoretical predictions and… Expand
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