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Parallel session: Chemistry
Wednesday/11:00-12:40
Hebel Saal
Chair: Marinella Mazzanti
3-11 The Redox Potential of Mendelevium (Md) Determined Atom-at-a-Time with a Flow Electrolytic Column
Matthias Schädel*1,2, Atsushi Toyoshima1, Zijie Li1, Masato Asai1, Nozomi Sato1, Takahiro Kikuchi1, Yusuke Kaneya1, Yoshihiro Kitatsuji1, Kazuaki Tsukada1, Yuichiro Nagame1, Kazuhiro Ooe1,3, Yoshitaka Kasamatsu3, Yuka Kogoma3, Atsushi Shinohara3, Hiromitsu Haba4, Julia Even5
1Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA), Japan, 2GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH, Germany, 3Osaka University, Japan, 4RIKEN, Japan, 5Mainz University, Germany
11:00-11:20
3-12 The first successful ionization of Lr (Z=103) by a surface ionization technique
Tetsuya K. Sato*1, Masato Asai1, Nozomi Sato1, Kazuaki Tsukada1, Atsushi Toyoshima1, Sunao Miyashita1, Kazuhiro Ooe5, Matthias Schaedel1, Yusuke Kaneya2,1, Yuichiro Nagame1, Akihiko Osa1, Shin-ichi Ichikawa3, Thierry Stora6, Jens Volker Kratz4
1Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan, 2Ibaraki University, Japan, 3RIKEN, Japan, 4Maintz University, Germany, 5Niigata University, Japan, 6CERN, Switzerland
11.20-11:40
3-13 EXAFS Study of f-Elements Thiocianate Complexation
Marisol Janeth Lozano Rodriguez*1, Christophe Den Auwer2, José Mustre de León3
1HELMHOLTZ Zentrum Dresden Rossendorf (HZDR), Institute of Resource Ecology, Germany, 2Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis, Institute de Chimie de Nice, France, 3CINVESTAV, Mérida, Department of Physics, Mexico
11:40-12:00
3-14 Probing and Quantifying Orbital Mixing in f-Element Molecular Bonding
Matthias W. Loeble*1, Jason M. Keith1, Paul H. Tobash1, Brian L. Scott1, Angela C. Olson1, Stefan G. Minasian1,2, Scott R. Daly3, Kevin S. Boland1, Eve Bauer1, Kathy Dardenne4, Joerg Rothe4, Tonya Vitova4, Tsu-Chien Weng5, Dimosthenis Sokaras5, Franz J. Freibert1, Richard L. Martin1, Enrique R. Batista1, David L. Clark1, Stosh A. Kozimor1
1Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA, 2Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA, 3The George Washington University, USA, 4Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, 5Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource (SSRL), USA
12:00-12:20
3-15 Interaction of human serum transferrin with Cm(III) using Time-Resolved Laser Fluorescence Spectroscopy
Nicole Bauer*1,2, Petra Panak2,1
1Institute for Nuclear Waste Disposal (INE), Karlruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, 2University of Heidelberg, Department of Physical Chemistry, Germany
12:20-12:40