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TitleFormation of the 50-Year Element 94 from Deuteron Bombardment of U{sup 238}
Author(s)Kennedy, J. W.; Perlman, M. L.; Segre, E.; Wahl, A. C.
Publication DateJune 1942
Report NumberAECD-2156
Unique IdentifierACC0415
Other NumbersANL-JJK-14B-147; OSTI ID: 4422363
Research OrgArgonne National Laboratory (ANL)
Sponsoring OrgU.S. Atomic Energy Commission (AEC)
Other InformationDeclassified July 23, 1948
SubjectTransuranic Elements; Beta Decay; Compound Nuclei; Deuteron Beams; Efficiency; Energy; Excitation; Half-Life; Neptunium 238; Neutrons; Nuclear Reactions; Nuclei; Plutonium 238; Uranium 234; Uranium 235; Uranium 238
Related Web PagesEmilio Segre, the Antiproton, Technetium, and Astatine
AbstractIt has been shown by bombardment with deuterons of a sample of U{sup 238}, greatly depleted in U{sup 235} and U{sup 234}, that the 50-year 94 activity and 2.0 day 93 activity are formed in approximately the same yield as with the natural mixture of uranium isotopes. The activities are thus shown to arise from the U{sup 238} nucleus, and from considerations of the energy of the compound nucleus (U{sup 238} + d).
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