Possibility of generation of octavalent curium in the gas phase in the form of volatile tetraoxide CmO4

  title={Possibility of generation of octavalent curium in the gas phase in the form of volatile tetraoxide CmO4},
  author={V. P. Domanov},
  • V. Domanov
  • Published 19 February 2013
  • Chemistry
  • Radiochemistry
Experiments based on gas thermochromatography were performed with the aim to search for volatile tetraoxide CmO4 in the products of thermal oxidation of microamounts of CmH2–3. The carrier gas was He, and the reagent gas was O2. At their equimolar ratio, the zone of deposition of volatile Cm species at negative temperatures, centered at −80°C, was detected on the quartz column surface. The thermochromatographic peaks formed by plutonium tetraoxide and by the volatile Cm species are similar in… 

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