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Soviet Atomic Energy

, Volume 22, Issue 2, pp 93–100 | Cite as

Synthesis of isotopes of element 102 with mass numbers 254, 253, and 252

  • V. L. Mikheev
  • V. I. Ilyushchenko
  • M. B. Miller
  • S. M. Polikanov
  • G. N. Flerov
  • Yu. P. Kharitonov
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Abstracts

In experiments on the irradiation of Pu242 and Pu239 with O16 and O18 ions in the extracted beam of the 310-era cyclotron of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, isotopes of 102254, 102253 and 102252 have been synthesized. Their properties are given below: Isotope T1/2, sec Eα, meV 102254 75±15 8.11±0.03 102253 95±10 8.01±0.03 102252 4.5±1.5 8.41±0.03

In order to identify the isotopes, the excitation functions are measured in crossover reaetions and the α decay of the daughter nuclei is recorded.

Keywords

Nuclear Research Mass Number Excitation Function Joint Institute Daughter Nucleus 
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© Consultants Bureau 1967

Authors and Affiliations

  • V. L. Mikheev
  • V. I. Ilyushchenko
  • M. B. Miller
  • S. M. Polikanov
  • G. N. Flerov
  • Yu. P. Kharitonov

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