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Superheavy nuclei VI: 1000 ≤ A < 1100 systems

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Binding energies of nuclei are calculated in the mass region 1000 ≤ A < 1100. The calculations are performed using the modified Rost interaction which suggests that a new island of stability exists for Z = 310‐318 systems. Enhanced stability occurs in the 312 1062 X 750 system.
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Keywords: Alpha Decay; Beta Decay; Spontaneous Fission; Superheavy Nuclei

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 07 December 2017

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