On the volatility of nihonium (Nh, Z = 113)

@article{Aksenov2017OnTV,
  title={On the volatility of nihonium (Nh, Z = 113)},
  author={N. Aksenov and P. Steinegger and F. Abdullin and Yury V. Albin and G. Bozhikov and V. I. Chepigin and R. Eichler and V. Lebedev and A. Madumarov and O. Malyshev and O. Petrushkin and A. Polyakov and Y. Popov and A. V. Sabel’nikov and R. Sagaidak and I. V. Shirokovsky and M. V. Shumeiko and G. Starodub and Y. Tsyganov and V. Utyonkov and A. Voinov and G. K. Vostokin and A. Yeremin and S. Dmitriev},
  journal={The European Physical Journal A},
  year={2017},
  volume={53},
  pages={1-5}
}
Abstract.Gas-phase chromatography studies of nihonium (Nh, $Z=113$Z=113) were carried out at the one-atom-at-a-time level. For the production of nihonium, the heavy-ion-induced nuclear fusion reaction of 48Ca with 243Am was used. This leads to isotopes 284,285Nh, as the direct descendants of the $\alpha$α-decaying precursors 288,289Mc. Combining the Dubna Gas-Filled Recoil Separator with gas-phase chromatographic separation, the experiment was sensitive to elemental nihonium and its adsorption… Expand
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