Experiment on the Synthesis of Element 113 in the Reaction 209Bi(70Zn,n)278113

@article{Morita2004ExperimentOT,
  title={Experiment on the Synthesis of Element 113 in the Reaction 209Bi(70Zn,n)278113},
  author={K. Morita and K. Morimoto and D. Kaji and T. Akiyama and S. Goto and H. Haba and E. Ideguchi and R. Kanungo and K. Katori and H. Koura and H. Kudo and T. Ohnishi and A. Ozawa and T. Suda and K. Sueki and H. Xu and Takayuki Yamaguchi and A. Yoneda and A. Yoshida and Yuliang Zhao},
  journal={Journal of the Physical Society of Japan},
  year={2004},
  volume={73},
  pages={2593-2596}
}
The convincing candidate event of the isotope of the 113th element, 278 113, and its daughter nuclei, 274 111 and 270 Mt, were observed, for the first time, in the 209 Bi + 70 Zn reaction at a beam energy of 349.0 MeV with a total dose of 1.7 ×10 19 . Alpha decay energies and decay times of the candidates, 278 113, 274 111, and 270 Mt, were (11.68 ±0.04 MeV, 0.344 ms), (11.15 ±0.07 MeV, 9.26 ms), and (10.03 ±0.07 MeV, 7.16 ms), respectively. The production cross section of the isotope was… Expand
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