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Chiera, Nadine M. Paul Scherrer Institute
Sato, Tetsuya K. Japan Atomic Energy Agency|Ibaraki University
Eichler, Robert Paul Scherrer Institute
Tomitsuka, Tomohiro Japan Atomic Energy Agency|Niigata University
Asai, Masato Japan Atomic Energy Agency
Adachi, Sadia Tsukuba University
Dressler, Rugard Paul Scherrer Institute
Hirose, Kentaro Japan Atomic Energy Agency
Inoue, Hiroki Niigata University
Ito, Yuta Japan Atomic Energy Agency
Kashihara, Ayuna Tsukuba University
Makii, Hiroyuki Japan Atomic Energy Agency
Nishio, Katsuhisa Japan Atomic Energy Agency
Shirai, Kaori Niigata University
Suzuki, Hayato Japan Atomic Energy Agency|Ibaraki University
Tokoi, Katsuyuki Japan Atomic Energy Agency|Ibaraki University
Tsukada, Kazuaki Japan Atomic Energy Agency
Watanabe, Eisuke Osaka University
Nagame, Yuichiro Japan Atomic Energy Agency
Keywords
dubnium
gas chromatography
Group 5 elements
thermochemistry
transactinides
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Journal Article
Description
The formation and the chemical characterization of single atoms of dubnium (Db, element 105), in the form of its volatile oxychloride, was investigated using the on-line gas phase chromatography technique, in the temperature range 350–600 °C. Under the exactly same chemical conditions, comparative studies with the lighter homologues of Group 5 in the Periodic Table clearly indicate the volatility sequence being NbOCl3 > TaOCl3 ≥ DbOCl3. From the obtained experimental results, thermochemical data for DbOCl3 were derived. The present study delivers reliable experimental information for theoretical calculations on chemical properties of transactinides.
Journal Title
Angewandte Chemie International Edition
ISSN
14337851
15213773
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AA0052535X
Publisher
Wiley-VCH|German Chemical Society
Volume
60
Issue
33
Start Page
17871
End Page
17874
Published Date
2021-05-12
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This is an open access article under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs License(https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/), which permits use and distribution in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited, the use is non-commercial and no modifications or adaptations are made.
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