The reaction 48Ca + 248Cm → 296116* studied at the GSI-SHIP

  title={The reaction 48Ca + 248Cm → 296116* studied at the GSI-SHIP},
  author={S. Hofmann and S. Heinz and R. Mann and J. Maurer and J. Khuyagbaatar and D. Ackermann and S. Antalic and W. Barth and M. Block and H. Burkhard and V. Comas and L. Dahl and K. Eberhardt and J. Gostic and R. A. Henderson and J. A. Heredia and F. Hessberger and J. Kenneally and B. Kindler and I. Kojouharov and J. Kratz and R. Lang and M. Leino and B. Lommel and K. Moody and G. M{\"u}nzenberg and S. Nelson and K. Nishio and A. Popeko and J. Runke and {\vS}. {\vS}{\'a}ro and D. Shaughnessy and M. Stoyer and P. Th{\"o}rle-Pospiech and K. Tinschert and N. Trautmann and J. Uusitalo and P. Wilk and A. Yeremin},
  journal={The European Physical Journal A},
  • S. Hofmann, S. Heinz, +36 authors A. Yeremin
  • Published 2007
  • Physics
  • The European Physical Journal A
  • The synthesis of element 116 in fusion-evaporation reactions of a 48Ca beam with radioactive 248Cm targets was studied at the velocity filter SHIP of GSI in Darmstadt. At excitation energies of the compound nuclei of 40.9MeV, four decay chains were measured, which were assigned to the isotope 292116, and one chain, which was assigned to 293116. Measured cross-sections of (3.4−1.6+2.7) pb and (0.9−0.7+2.1), respectively, and decay data of the chains agree with data measured previously at the… CONTINUE READING
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