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FLEROV
LABORATORY of NUCLEAR REACTIONS

Founded on May 20, 1957



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RESEARCH PROJECTS

    Year 2015

  • Conducting experiments on the synthesis of neutron-deficient isotopes of superheavy elements Cn - Fl and element 118 in the reactions with 48Ca ions, data processing and analysis of results.   >>>

  • Preparation and conducting experiments on the detailed spectroscopy of decay properties of the Rf and Db isotopes using the modernized separator VASSILISSA (SHELS) + GABRIELA.   >>>

  • Preparation and conducting of experiments on the study of chemical properties of SHE.   >>>.

  • Direct identification of the isotope 283Cn obtained in the 48Ca + 242Pu reaction at the MASHA separator.   >>>

  • Reseach of shell effects in multinucleon transfer reactions in order to investigate the production of superheavy neutron-rich elements in collision of actinide nuclei ( 238U+ 238U, 136Xe+ 248Cm, 197Au+ 238U).   >>>
    Study of the multicluster decay of heavy nuclei.   >>>

  • Study of the structure of light nuclei 5,7H, 10,11Li, 17Ne using radioactive beams.   >>>

  • Study of nuclear reactions induced by cluster nuclei (6He, 8He, 6,7,9Li, 8B) at the energies near the Coulomb barrier. Measurements of cross-sections of the rections of multinucleon transfer with the beams of 18O, 20Ne, 48Ca used for the synthesis of nuclei near the drip-lineas. Design of a focal plane detector for the high-resolution magnetic analyzer (MAVR).   >>>

  • Theoretical studies of mechanisms of heavy-ion-induced reactions.   >>>

  • Development of the knowledge base on nuclear physics accessible through the internet.   >>>


    Accelerator Complex of Ion Beams of Stable and Radioactive Nuclides (DRIBs-III).   >>>

    Radiation Effects and Physical Bases of Nanotechnology, Radioanalytical and Radioisotope Investigations at the FLNR Accelerators.   >>>