First chemical investigation of hassium (Hs, Z=108)

@article{Dllmann2003FirstCI,
  title={First chemical investigation of hassium (Hs, Z=108)},
  author={C. D{\"u}llmann and R. Dressler and B. Eichler and H. G{\"a}ggeler and F. Glaus and D. Jost and D. Piguet and S. Soverna and A. T{\"u}rler and W. Br{\"u}chle and R. Eichler and E. J{\"a}ger and V. Pershina and M. Sch{\"a}del and B. Schausten and E. Schimpf and H. Sch{\"o}tt and G. Wirth and K. Eberhardt and P. Th{\"o}rle and N. Trautmann and T. Ginter and K. Gregorich and D. Hoffman and U. Kirbach and D. Lee and H. Nitsche and J. Patin and R. Sudowe and P. Zielinski and S. Timokhin and A. Yakushev and A. Vahle and Z. Qin},
  journal={Czechoslovak Journal of Physics},
  year={2003},
  volume={53},
  pages={A291-A298}
}
Recently, the first successful chemical investigation of element 108, hassium (Hs) has been reported [1]. Based on 7 detected atoms, Hs was shown to form a higly volatile oxide, most probably HsO4. Therefore it behaves similarly to Os, which is known to form highly volatile OsO4. The enthalpies of adsorption-ΔHaO(T) of the compounds on silicon nitride were evaluated as (46±2) kJ/mol for HsO4, compared to (39±1) kJ/mol for OsO4 under identical experimental conditions. Hs should therefore be… Expand

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