Decay properties of neutron-deficient isotopes 256, 257Db, 255Rf, 252, 253Lr

@article{Hessberger2001DecayPO,
  title={Decay properties of neutron-deficient isotopes 256, 257Db, 255Rf, 252, 253Lr},
  author={Fritz Peter Hessberger and Simone Hofmann and D. Ackermann and Vasil Ninov and Matti Leino and Gottfried M{\"u}nzenberg and {\vS}. {\vS}{\'a}r{\'o} and Anatoliy Lavrentev and A. G. Popeko and A. V. Yeremin and C Stodel},
  journal={The European Physical Journal A - Hadrons and Nuclei},
  year={2001},
  volume={12},
  pages={57-67}
}
Abstract.Isotopes of dubnium (element 105) with mass numbers A = 256, 257, and 258 were produced by the reaction 209Bi(50Ti,xn) 259-xDb (x = 1, 2, 3) at projectile energies of (4.59-5.08) AMeV. Excitation functions were measured for the 1n, 2n and 3n evaporation channels. The same position of the excitation function was observed for the 1n channel as for the previously measured 1n channel of the reaction 208Pb(50Ti,1n)257Rf. The measured α-decay data of 257Db and its daughter products resulted… Expand
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