Synthesis of Superheavy Nuclei in the {sup 48}Ca + {number_sign}{sup 244}Pu Reaction

@article{Oganessian1999SynthesisOS,
  title={Synthesis of Superheavy Nuclei in the \{sup 48\}Ca + \{number\_sign\}\{sup 244\}Pu Reaction},
  author={Yu. Ts. Oganessian and Vladimir Utyonkov and Yu. V. Lobanov and F. S.-H. Abdullin and Alexandr N. Polyakov and I. V. Shirokovsky and Yu. S. Tsyganov and Georgij G. Gulbekian and S. L. Bogomolov and Boris N. Gikal and Andrey Mezentsev and S. N. Iliev and Vladimir Subbotin and Alexander Sukhov and G. V. Buklanov and K. M. Suboti{\'c} and Mikhail G. Itkis and Kenton J. Moody and John F. De Wild and N. J. Stoyer and Stoyer and R. W. Lougheed},
  journal={Physical Review Letters},
  year={1999},
  volume={83}
}
In bombardment of {sup 244}Pu with {sup 48}Ca , we observed a decay sequence consisting of an implanted heavy atom, three subsequent {alpha} decays, and a spontaneous fission (SF), all correlated in time and position. The measured {alpha} energies and corresponding time intervals were E{sub {alpha}}=9.71 thinspthinspMeV ({Delta}t=30.4 thinspthinsps), 8.67thinspthinspMeV ({Delta}t=15.4 thinspthinspmin), and 8.83thinspthinspMeV ({Delta}t=1.6 thinspthinspmin); for the SF ({Delta}t=16.5… Expand

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