The Limits of the Periodic Table - OpenMind Video Description

However, Hinde is one of the men who may hold the key to advancing to the next box in the periodic table. He has recently studied the use of other projectiles in collaboration with the Superheavy Elements Group at the University of Mainz and GSI Center in Germany. The problem with using larger caliber projectiles, he explains, is that they “reduce the yield of superheavy elements by a factor or 10 or more.” Among the possibilities cited by Hinde are titanium-50, chromium-54, iron-58 and nickel-64.

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