Decay Properties of 266 Bh and 262 Db Produced in the 248 Cm + 23 Na Reaction

@article{Morita2009DecayPO,
  title={Decay Properties of 266 Bh and 262 Db Produced in the 248 Cm + 23 Na Reaction},
  author={K. Morita and K. Morimoto and D. Kaji and H. Haba and K. Ozeki and Y. Kudou and N. Sato and T. Sumita and A. Yoneda and T. Ichikawa and Y. Fujimori and S. Goto and E. Ideguchi and Y. Kasamatsu and K. Katori and Y. Komori and H. Koura and H. Kudo and K. Ooe and A. Ozawa and F. Tokanai and K. Tsukada and T. Yamaguchi and A. Yoshida},
  journal={Journal of the Physical Society of Japan},
  year={2009},
  volume={78},
  pages={064201}
}
Decay properties of an isotope 266 Bh and its daughter nucleus 262 Db produced by the 248 Cm( 23 Na,5 n ) reaction were studied by using a gas-filled recoil separator coupled with a position-sensitive semiconductor detector. 266 Bh was clearly identified from the correlation of the known nuclide, 262 Db. The obtained decay properties of 266 Bh and 262 Db are consistent with those observed in the 278 113 chain, which provided further confirmation of the discovery of 278 113. 

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