15th Workshop on Recoil Separator for Superheavy Element Chemistry

August 26, 2016, GSI, Darmstadt, Germany

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List of Participants
Program (pdf-file)
Program & Abstracts (pdf-file)
Poster (pdf-file)


Hot topics in SHE research and scientific highlights from gas-filled (and other) separators

  The first ionization potential of nobelium - M. Laatiaoui (HIM)
  Measurements of the first ionization potential of the heaviest actinides - T. Sato (JAEA)
  The new isotopes 240Es and 236Bk - J. Konki (JYFL)
  Statistical analysis of decay chains of the heaviest elements - U. Forsberg (Lund Univ.)

Special session on SHE Chemistry (I)

  Half a century gas phase chemistry in transactinide research - H.W. Gäggeler (PSI/Univ. Bern)
Theoretical chemistry of elements 112-114 - V. Pershina (GSI)
  Chemical Study of Element 113 (nihonium) at GSI - A. Yakushev (GSI)
Development of Designer Molecules for Use in Future Superheavy Element Chemistry Experiments - Charles M. Folden III (Texas A&M Univ.)
  Chemistry of flevorium - current status - L. Lens (Univ. Mainz)
  Speeding up gas-phase chemistry to access elements beyond Fl - S. Götz (HIM Mainz)

Physics / Detectors

  Measurements with the SHIP focal plane detector system 2016 - A. Mistry (HIM)
Identification of multi-nucleon transfer reaction products in 50Ti + 249Cf - A. Di Nitto (Univ. Mainz)
  Pile-up pulse analysis with fast sampling ADC techniques - A. Roth (Lund Univ.)
Nuclear Spectroscopy with GEANT4: The Superheavy Challenge - L.G. Sarmiento (Lund Univ.)

Special session on SHE Chemistry (II)

  Theoretical Study of Molecular Properties of Group-VI, VII and VIII Heavy- and Superheavy Metal Carbonyls - M. Ilias (HIM/Univ. Mateja Bela)
Studies of the thermal stability of Sg(CO)6 (Abstract) -R. Eichler (PSI)
  In-situ synthesis of carbonyl complexes with short-lived isotopes of group VI, VII and VIII elements - M. Götz (HIM Mainz)

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