Synthesis and detection of a seaborgium carbonyl complex

J. Even, A. Yakushev, Ch E. Düllmann, H. Haba, M. Asai, T. K. Sato, H. Brand, A. Di Nitto, R. Eichler, F. L. Fan, W. Hartmann, M. Huang, E. Jäger, D. Kaji, J. Kanaya, Y. Kaneya, J. Khuyagbaatar, B. Kindler, J. V. Kratz, J. KrierY. Kudou, N. Kurz, B. Lommel, S. Miyashita, K. Morimoto, Kosuke Morita, M. Murakami, Y. Nagame, H. Nitsche, K. Ooe, Z. Qin, M. Schädel, J. Steiner, T. Sumita, M. Takeyama, K. Tanaka, A. Toyoshima, K. Tsukada, A. Türler, I. Usoltsev, Y. Wakabayashi, Y. Wang, N. Wiehl, S. Yamaki

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Experimental investigations of transactinoide elements provide benchmark results for chemical theory and probe the predictive power of trends in the periodic table. So far, in gas-phase chemical reactions, simple inorganic compounds with the transactinoide in its highest oxidation state have been synthesized. Single-atom production rates, short half-lives, and harsh experimental conditions limited the number of experimentally accessible compounds. We applied a gas-phase carbonylation technique previously tested on short-lived molybdenum (Mo) and tungsten (W) isotopes to the preparation of a carbonyl complex of seaborgium, the 106th element. The volatile seaborgium complex showed the same volatility and reactivity with a silicon dioxide surface as those of the hexacarbonyl complexes of the lighter homologs Mo and W. Comparison of the product's adsorption enthalpy with theoretical predictions and data for the lighter congeners supported a Sg(CO)6formulation.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1491-1493
Number of pages3
JournalScience
Volume345
Issue number6203
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 19 2014

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Molybdenum
Gases
Carbonylation
Inorganic compounds
Tungsten
Carbon Monoxide
Isotopes
Chemical elements
Silicon Dioxide
Chemical reactions
Enthalpy
Adsorption
Atoms
Oxidation

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Even, J., Yakushev, A., Düllmann, C. E., Haba, H., Asai, M., Sato, T. K., ... Yamaki, S. (2014). Synthesis and detection of a seaborgium carbonyl complex. Science, 345(6203), 1491-1493. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1255720

Synthesis and detection of a seaborgium carbonyl complex. / Even, J.; Yakushev, A.; Düllmann, Ch E.; Haba, H.; Asai, M.; Sato, T. K.; Brand, H.; Di Nitto, A.; Eichler, R.; Fan, F. L.; Hartmann, W.; Huang, M.; Jäger, E.; Kaji, D.; Kanaya, J.; Kaneya, Y.; Khuyagbaatar, J.; Kindler, B.; Kratz, J. V.; Krier, J.; Kudou, Y.; Kurz, N.; Lommel, B.; Miyashita, S.; Morimoto, K.; Morita, Kosuke; Murakami, M.; Nagame, Y.; Nitsche, H.; Ooe, K.; Qin, Z.; Schädel, M.; Steiner, J.; Sumita, T.; Takeyama, M.; Tanaka, K.; Toyoshima, A.; Tsukada, K.; Türler, A.; Usoltsev, I.; Wakabayashi, Y.; Wang, Y.; Wiehl, N.; Yamaki, S.

In: Science, Vol. 345, No. 6203, 19.09.2014, p. 1491-1493.

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Even, J, Yakushev, A, Düllmann, CE, Haba, H, Asai, M, Sato, TK, Brand, H, Di Nitto, A, Eichler, R, Fan, FL, Hartmann, W, Huang, M, Jäger, E, Kaji, D, Kanaya, J, Kaneya, Y, Khuyagbaatar, J, Kindler, B, Kratz, JV, Krier, J, Kudou, Y, Kurz, N, Lommel, B, Miyashita, S, Morimoto, K, Morita, K, Murakami, M, Nagame, Y, Nitsche, H, Ooe, K, Qin, Z, Schädel, M, Steiner, J, Sumita, T, Takeyama, M, Tanaka, K, Toyoshima, A, Tsukada, K, Türler, A, Usoltsev, I, Wakabayashi, Y, Wang, Y, Wiehl, N & Yamaki, S 2014, 'Synthesis and detection of a seaborgium carbonyl complex', Science, vol. 345, no. 6203, pp. 1491-1493. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1255720
Even J, Yakushev A, Düllmann CE, Haba H, Asai M, Sato TK et al. Synthesis and detection of a seaborgium carbonyl complex. Science. 2014 Sep 19;345(6203):1491-1493. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1255720
Even, J. ; Yakushev, A. ; Düllmann, Ch E. ; Haba, H. ; Asai, M. ; Sato, T. K. ; Brand, H. ; Di Nitto, A. ; Eichler, R. ; Fan, F. L. ; Hartmann, W. ; Huang, M. ; Jäger, E. ; Kaji, D. ; Kanaya, J. ; Kaneya, Y. ; Khuyagbaatar, J. ; Kindler, B. ; Kratz, J. V. ; Krier, J. ; Kudou, Y. ; Kurz, N. ; Lommel, B. ; Miyashita, S. ; Morimoto, K. ; Morita, Kosuke ; Murakami, M. ; Nagame, Y. ; Nitsche, H. ; Ooe, K. ; Qin, Z. ; Schädel, M. ; Steiner, J. ; Sumita, T. ; Takeyama, M. ; Tanaka, K. ; Toyoshima, A. ; Tsukada, K. ; Türler, A. ; Usoltsev, I. ; Wakabayashi, Y. ; Wang, Y. ; Wiehl, N. ; Yamaki, S. / Synthesis and detection of a seaborgium carbonyl complex. In: Science. 2014 ; Vol. 345, No. 6203. pp. 1491-1493.
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