Heavy-particle radioactivity of superheavy nuclei.

@article{Poenaru2011HeavyparticleRO,
  title={Heavy-particle radioactivity of superheavy nuclei.},
  author={Dorin N. Poenaru and Radu A. Gherghescu and Walter Greiner},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2011},
  volume={107 6},
  pages={
          062503
        }
}
The concept of heavy-particle radioactivity (HPR) is changed to allow emitted particles with Z(e) > 28 from parents with Z > 110 and daughter around (208)Pb. Calculations for superheavy (SH) nuclei with Z = 104-124 are showing a trend toward shorter half-lives and larger branching ratio relative to α decay for heavier SHs. It is possible to find regions in which HPR is stronger than alpha decay. The new mass table AME11 and the theoretical KTUY05 and FRDM95 masses are used to determine the… Expand
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