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Author Seaborg, Glenn T. (Glenn Theodore), 1912-1999.

Title Modern alchemy : selected papers of Glenn T. Seaborg / editor, Glenn T. Seaborg
Published Singapore ; River Edge, N.J. : World Scientific, ©1994


Description 1 online resource (xxiii, 696 pages) : illustrations
Series World Scientific series in 20th century chemistry ; vol. 2
World Scientific series in 20th century chemistry ; vol. 2.
Contents CONTENTS -- FOREWORD -- PART I NEW ELEMENTS, NEW ISOTOPES, ACTINIDE CONCEPT -- Editor's Comments on Papers 1 through 34 -- Radioactive Element 94 from Deuterons on Uranium -- Radioactive Element 94 from Deuterons on Uranium -- Properties of 94(239) -- Search for Elements 94 and 93 in Nature. Presence of 94239 in Pitchblende -- HEAVY ISOTOPES BY BOMBARDMENT OF Pu239 -- SEARCH FOR NEW HEAVY ISOTOPES -- The Chemical and Radioactive Properties of the Heavy Elements -- THE NEW ELEMENT AMERICIUM (ATOMIC NUMBER 95) -- THE NEW ELEMENT CURIUM (ATOMIC NUMBER 96)
Preparation of Transplutonium Isotopes by Neutron IrradiationThe Isotopes of Americium -- Element 97 -- The New Element Berkelium (Atomic Number 97) -- Element 98 -- The New Element Californium (Atomic Number 98) -- New Elements Einsteinium and Fermium, Atomic Numbers 99 and 100 -- Transplutonium Elements in Thermonuclear Test Debris -- Heavy Isotope Abundances in Mike Thermonuclear Device -- New Element Mendelevium, Atomic Number 101 -- ELEMENT NO. 102 -- Element 106 -- Criteria for the Discovery of Chemical Elements -- Radioactive Isotope of Protoactinium
Nuclear Properties of U233 : A New Fissionable Isotope of UraniumPRODUCTION AND PROPERTIES OF U232 AND Pa232 -- The Uranium Isotope U236 -- Nuclear Properties of 93237 -- Production of heavy actinides from interactions of 16O, 18O, 20 Ne, and 22Ne with 248Cm -- Excitation functions for production of heavy actinides from interactions of 40Ca and 48Ca ions with 248Cm -- Actinide production in reactions of heavy ions with 248Cm -- ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF THE HEAVIEST ELEMENTS -- Place in Periodic System and Electronic Structure of the Heaviest Elements
Prospects for Further Considerable Extension of the Periodic TableTHE PERIODIC TABLE Tortuous path to man-made elements -- PART II EARLY RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES, NUCLEAR MEDICINE, AND OTHER PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS -- Editor's Comments on Papers 35 through 47 -- Radioactive Isotopes of Manganese, Iron and Cobalt -- Long-Lived Radio Cobalt Isotopes -- Radioactive Isotopes of Cobalt -- Long-Lived Radioactive Fe55 -- Radioactive Iodine Isotopes -- Nuclear Isomerism In Element 43 -- Nuclear Isomerism in Element 43
Artificial Radioactive Tracers: Applications to Chemistry and MedicineEarly Work with Radioisotopes -- Twenty-five Years of Radioisotope Distribution and Utilization -- THE RADIOISOTOPES PROGRAM IN THE DECADE 1961-1971 -- THE SYNTHETIC ACTINI DES-FROM DISCOVERY TO MANUFACTURE -- The Most Useful Actinide Isotope: Americium-241 -- PART III EMPHASIS ON CHEMISTRY -- Editor's Comments on Papers 48 through 71 -- THE TRANSURANIUM ELEMENTS; PRESENT STATUS -- The Chemical Properties of Elements 94 and 93 -- The Separation of Americium and Curium from the Rare Earth Elements
Summary During his distinguished career spanning more than 50 years, Nobel laureate (Chemistry) Glenn T. Seaborg published over 500 works. This volume puts together about 100 of his selected papers. The papers are divided into five categories. Category I consists of papers which detail the discovery of 10 transuranium elements and numerous heavy isotopes of special importance. Category II papers describe the discovery of a number of isotopes which became the workhorses of nuclear medicine or found other applications. Papers in Category III describe how the chemical properties of transuranium elements were originally determined, how chemistry is applied in nuclear sciences, and other chemical investigations, including early work done with the great chemist G.N. Lewis. Papers in Category IV cover radioactive decay chains and nuclear systematics. Lastly, papers in Category V illustrate how the powerful methods of chemistry are used to explain nuclear reactions in low, intermediate and high energy nuclear physics
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes English
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Subject Nuclear chemistry.
SCIENCE -- Chemistry -- Physical & Theoretical.
Nuclear chemistry
Periodiek systeem der elementen.
Quimica nuclear.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 94004715
ISBN 9789812795953