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First successful ionization of Lr (Z = 103) by a surface-ionization technique
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2013-02-20
2014-11-25

Abstract

We have developed a surface ionization ion-source as part of the JAEA-ISOL (sotope eparator n-ine) setup, which is coupled to a He/CdI gas-jet transport system to determine the first ionization potential of the heaviest actinide lawrencium (Lr, = 103). The new ion-source is an improved version of the previous source that provided good ionization efficiencies for lanthanides. An additional filament was newly installed to give better control over its operation. We report, here, on the development of the new gas-jet coupled surface ion-source and on the first successful ionization and mass separation of 27-s Lr produced in the Cf + B reaction.

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Scitation: First successful ionization of Lr (Z = 103) by a surface-ionization technique
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