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thumbup.gif posted on 22-12-2018 at 00:46
Radiation emission


I thought to isolate 1g Og 294 but could not succeed..
As Og 294 is an alpha emmitor, I thought I couldn't take the pain to isolate the element.. Pls. Help
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[*] posted on 22-12-2018 at 07:58


yea sure, and out of curiosity where is you particle accelerator? you "just" want us to help you to isolate 1g of Oganesson 294?

just put this in detritus





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[*] posted on 23-12-2018 at 09:06


If anyone needs another reason this is impossible, 294Og decays into 290Lv (t1/2 1.8ms) which in turn quickly decays into 286Fl, 286Fl undergoes spontaneous fission as a decay mode. Assuming an energy release per fission equivalent to 239Pu, you'd be looking at an energy release equivalent to 15 tons of TNT.
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