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Meitnerium, Mt, Element 109



Meitnerium

Meitnerium - symbol Mt, atomic number 109 - is the seventeenth of the synthetic transuranium elements.

Online available information resources about the chemistry and physics of meitnerium.

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Information and data about the element


Chemical data, description: Meitnerium, Mt
Chemical and physical properties. Visual Elements, Chemsoc, UK - [e]

Meitnerium - background information
Article, Chemical & Engineering News - [e]

Meitnerium, Mt
Chemical and physical properties. Webelements, UK - [e, d, f, pt, es, se]

Meitnerium, Mt
Chemical and physical properties; comprehensive data. Environmental Chemistry, USA - [e]



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Atom, Orbitals, Radiochemistry


Isotopes of Meitnerium
Berkeley National Laboratory - [e]



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Partial Information


Lise Meitner
A Battle for Ultimate Truth. Article - [e]

Lise Meitner
Biography in German - [d]



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Group Elements - Information


Chemical Properties of Transactinide Elements
The chemical properties of transactinide elements viz. rutherfordium (Rf), dubnium (Db) and Seaborgium (Sg) are found to be similar to their homologs in the periodic table in group IV, V and VI respectively - Format: PDF - [e]

Chemistry of Transactinide Elements
Experimental Achievements and Perspectives - Format: PDF - [e]

Heavy Elements Overview
A review on heavy and super heavy elements - Format: PDF - [e]

Production of Transactinides
Isolation of nuclei of interest. Instrumentation and measurements - Format: PDF - [e]

SHIP
The Velocity Filter SHIP is an electromagnetic separator, designed for in-flight separation of unretarded complete fusion reaction products. GSI - [d, e]

The Creation of New Elements
Article. GSI, Germany - [d, e]

The Production of Super Heavy Elements
Key experiments in particle physics - Format: PDF - [d, e]

Transactinide Elements
Chemical Experiments with Transactinide Elements. University of Mainz - Format: PDF - [e]

Transactinides
What are transactinides, how do you make transactinides, how do you perform chemistry with single atoms? - [e]

Volatilization properties
Volatilization behavior of transactinides from metal surfaces and melts. GSI - Format: PDF - [e]



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Organisations


GSI
Gesellschaft für Schwerionenforschung mbH - [d, e]

Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
JINR has at present 18 Member States and is a world-known centre where the fundamental research (theoretical and experimental) is successfully integrated with the new technology work-out and application of the latest techniques and university education - [e]

Super Heavy Elements Network, SHE
This site is dedicated to sciences of superheavy elements. You may find here various information on physics and chemistry of transfermium (Z = 100) nuclei as well as news of the SHE community around the world - [e]







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Buchempfehlung

Patricia Rife and J.A. Wheeler

Lise Meitner and the Dawn of the Nuclear Age

In this captivating biography, Patricia Rife interprets both the life and times of Lise Meitner (1878-1968), the female physicist at the heart of the discovery of nuclear fission. She was a colleague and friend of many of the giants of 20th century physics: M. Planck, her Berlin mentor, A. Einstein, M. von Laue, Madame M. Curie, J. Chadwick, W. Pauli, and N. Bohr. Meitner was the first woman to earn a Ph.D. in physics at the University of Vienna, a pioneer in the research of radioactive processes and, together with her nephew Otto Robert Frisch, an interpreter of the process of nuclear fission in 1938. Yet at the end of World War II, her colleague of thirty years, radiochemist Otto Hahn alone was awarded the 1944 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the "discovery" of nuclear fission -- a discovery based on years of research in which Meitner was directly involved before her secret escape from Nazi Germany.

Birkhäuser Boston; 2006


Buchempfehlung

U. Kaldor, S. Wilson

Theoretical Chemistry and Physics of Heavy and Superheavy Elements

Quantum mechanics provides the fundamental theoretical apparatus for describing the structure and properties of atoms and molecules in terms of the behaviour of their fundamental components, electrons and nuclei. For heavy atoms and molecules containing them, the electrons can move at speeds which represent a substantial fraction of the speed of light, and thus relativity must be taken into account. Relativistic quantum mechanics therefore provides the basic formalism for calculating the properties of heavy-atom systems. This book provides a detailed description of the application of relativistic quantum mechanics to the many-body problem in the theoretical chemistry and physics of heavy and superheavy elements. Recent years have witnessed a continued and growing interest in relativistic quantum chemical methods and the associated computational algorithms which facilitate their application. This interest is fuelled by the need to develop robust yet efficient theoretical approaches, together with efficient algorithms, which can be applied to atoms in the lower part of the Periodic Table and, more particularly, molecules and molecular entities containing such atoms. Such relativistic theories and computational algorithms are an essential ingredient for the description of heavy element chemistry, becoming even more important in the case of superheavy elements. They are destined to become an indispensable tool in the quantum chemist's armoury. Indeed, since relativity influences the structure of heavy atoms in the Periodic Table, relativistic molecular structure methods may replace in many applications the non-relativistic techniques widely used in contemporary research.

Springer; 2003


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