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Amnon Marinov

Publications on superheavy elements and long-lived isomeric states

Major research publications on the observation of long-lived high spin super- and hyperdeformed isomeric states, and of superheavy elements produced via secondary reactions and ordinary heavy ion reaction, and in nature:

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# Title Authors Published in Year
1 (27) Evidence for the Possible Existence of a Superheavy Element with Atomic Number 112 A. Marinov,
C.J. Batty,
A.I. Kilvington,
G.W.A. Newton,
V.J. Robinson,
J.D. Hemingway
Nature 229, (1971) 464-467. 1971
2 (30) Spontaneous Fission Previously Observed in a Mercury Source A. Marinov,
C.J. Batty,
A.I. Kilvington,
J.L. Weil,
A.M. Friedman,
G.W.A. Newton,
V.J. Robinson,
J.D. Hemingway,
D.S. Mather
Nature 234, (1971) 212- 215. 1971
3 (42) Consistent Interpretation of the Secondary-Reaction Experiments in W Targets and Prospects for Production of Superheavy Elements in Ordinary Heavy-Ion Reactions A. Marinov,
S. Eshhar,
J.L. Weil,
D. Kolb
Phys. Rev. Letters 52, (1984) 2209-2212; 53, 1984 1120 (E). 1984
4 (47) Evidence for Long-Lived Isomeric States in Neutron-Deficient 236Am and 236Bk Nuclei A. Marinov,
S. Eshhar,
D. Kolb.
Phys. Letters 191B, (1987) 36-40 1987
5 (51) Evidence for Production of the Superheavy Element with Z=112 via Secondary and Direct Heavy-Ion Reactions A. Marinov,
S. Gelberg,
D. Kolb
6th Int. Conf. on Nuclei Far From Stability and 9th Int. Conf. on Atomic Masses and Fundamental Constants, Bernkastelkues, Institute of Physics Conference Series 132, Germany, 437-442, 1992. 1992
6 (55) Discovery of Strongly Enhanced Low Energy Alpha Decay of a Long-Lived Isomeric State Obtained in 16O + 197Au Reaction At 80 Mev, Probably to Superdeformed Band A. Marinov,
S. Gelber,
and D. Kolb
Mod. Phys. Lett. A11 (1996) 861-869 1996
7 (56) Evidence for Long-Lived Proton Decay not Far From The beta-Stability Valley, Produced by the 16O + 197Au Reaction at 80 Mev A. Marinov,
S. Gelberg,
D. Kolb
Mod. Phys. Lett. A11 (1996) 949-956 1996
8 (64) Discovery of Long-Lived Shape Isomeric States which Decay by Strongly Retarded High-Energy Particle Radioactivity A. Marinov,
S. Gelberg,
D. Kolb
Int. J. Mod. Phys. E10 (2001) 185-208 2001
9 (65) Strongly Enhanced Low Energy α -Particle Decay in Heavy Actinide Nuclei and Long-Lived Superdeformed and Hyperdeformed Isomeric States A. Marinov,
S. Gelberg,
D. Kolb,
J. L. Weil
Int. J. Mod. Phys. E10 (2001) 209-236 2001
10 (67) New Outlook on the Possible Existence of Superheavy Elements in Nature A. Marinov,
S. Gelberg,
D. Kolb,
R. Brandt,
A. Pape
Phys. Atom. Nucl. 66 (2003) 1137-1145 2003
11 (68) Coherent Description for Hitherto Unexplained Radioactivities by Super- and Hyperdeformed Isomeric States

A. Marinov,
S. Gelberg,
D. Kolb,
R. Brandt,
A. Pape

Int. J. Mod. Phys. E12 (2003) 661-668 2003
12 (69) Super- and Hyperdeformed Isomeric States and Long-Lived Superheavy Elements A. Marinov,
S. Gelberg,
D. Kolb,
R. Brandt,
R.V. Gentry,
A. Pape
2nd Int. Conf. on the Chemistry and Physics of the Transactinide Elements (TAN 03) Napa, California,2003, p. 31; arXiv:nucl-ex/0405020 2003
13 (70) Response to the IUPAC/IUPAP Joint Working Party Second Report 'On the Discovery of Elements 110-118'

A. Marinov,
S. Gelberg,
D. Kolb,
G.W.A. Newton

arXiv:nucl-ex/0411017. 2004
14 (71) The Chemical Separation of Eka-Hg from CERN W Targets in view of Recent Relativistic Calculations D. Kolb,
A. Marinov,
G.W.A. Newton,
R. Brandt
Kerntechnik 70 (2005) 167-169. 2005
15 (72) Existence of Long-lived Isomeric States in Naturally-occurring Neutron-deficient Th Isotopes A. Marinov,
I. Rodushkin,
Y. Kashiv,
L. Halicz,
I. Segal,
A. Pape,
R. V. Gentry,
H. W. Miller,
D. Kolb
R. Brandt
Phys. Rev. C 76, 0211303(R) (2007). 2007
16 (73) Existence of long-lived isotopes of a superheavy element in natural Au A. Marinov,
I. Rodushkin,
A. Pape,
Y. Kashiv,
D. Kolb,
R. Brandt,
R.V. Gentry,
H.W. Miller,
L. Halicz,
I. Segal
Int. J. Mod. Phys. E 18 (2009) 621-629 2009
17 (74) Reply to "Comment on 'Existence of long-lived isomeric states in naturally-occurring neutron-deficient Th isotopes'" A. Marinov,
I. Rodushkin,
Y. Kashiv,
L. Halicz,
I. Segal,
A. Pape,
R. V. Gentry,
H. W. Miller,
D. Kolb,
R. Brandt
Phys. Rev. C 79, 049802 (2009) 2009
18 (75) Evidence for the possible existence of a long-lived superheavy nucleus with atomic mass number A=292 and atomic number Z=~122 in natural Th A. Marinov,
I. Rodushkin,
D. Kolb,
A. Pape,
Y. Kashiv,
R. Brandt,
R.V. Gentry,
H.W. Miller
ArXiv:0804.3869

Int. J. Mod. Phys. E 19 (2010) 131-140
2008

2010
19 (76)  Response to "'Discovery of the element with atomic number 112' by Robert C. Barber, Heinz W. Gäggeler, Paul J. Karol, Hiromichi Nakahara, Emanuele Vardaci and Erich Vogt (PAC-REP-08-03-05)" A. Marinov,
D. Kolb,
J. L. Weil
arXiv:0909.1057 2009
20 (77)  Enrichment of the Superheavy Element Rg in Natural Au A. Marinov,
A. Pape,
D. Kolb,
L. Halicz,
I. Segal,
N. Tepliakov,
Y. Kashiv,
R. Brandt
Int. J. Mod. Phys. E 20 (2011) 2391-2401 2011
21 (78)  ICP-SFMS Search for Long-Lived Naturally-Occurring Heavy, Superheavy and Superactinide Nuclei Compared to AMS Experiments A. Marinov,
A. Pape,
Y. Kashiv,
D. Kolb,
L. Halicz,
I. Segal,
R. Brandt
Int. J. Mod. Phys. E 20 (2011) 2403-2406 2011
 
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