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New elements discovered during past decades have been created in fusion reactions where a lighter nucleus is collided with a heavier one. The new elements created often decay by emitting α particles. From the half-lives of the decays and the energies of the emitted particles one may extract some properties of the new elements. In this talk the recent work performed by the Lund group to model α decay starting from nuclear density-functional theory is reviewed and a possible extension is mentioned.
|Title of host publication||Nobel Symposium NS 160 - Chemistry and Physics of Heavy and Superheavy Elements|
|Publication status||Published - 2016 Dec 1|
|Event||2016 Nobel Symposium NS 160 - Chemistry and Physics of Heavy and Superheavy Elements - Fjalkinge, Sweden|
Duration: 2016 May 29 → 2016 Jun 3
|Conference||2016 Nobel Symposium NS 160 - Chemistry and Physics of Heavy and Superheavy Elements|
|Period||2016/05/29 → 2016/06/03|
Subject classification (UKÄ)
- Physical Sciences
- Subatomic Physics
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Rudolph, D., Åberg, S., Carlsson, G., Düllmann, C. E., Golubev, P., Sarmiento Pico, L., Forsberg, U., Toivanen, J., Ward, D., Cox, D., Lorenz, C., Såmark-Roth, A., Albertsson, M., Ljungberg, J., Hrabar, Y., Lindholm, Y., Lindqvist, K., Lundberg, M. & Andersson, P.
2016/01/01 → 2026/12/31