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American Chemical Society, 213th National Meeting
San Francisco, California, April 13-17, 1997
P. Haustein, Program Chairperson

SUNDAY MORNING
Award Symposium Honoring Dr. Peter J. Armbruster
I Heavy and Superheavy Elements
G. Friedlander, Presiding
9:00
Welcome and Announcements
9:10
1. With Recoil Separators to the Limits of Nuclear Stability. G. Muenzenberg
9:40
2. AWARD ADDRESS: 100 Years of Radioactivity - From Polonium to Element 112. P. J. Armbruster
10:25
Discussion
10:35
Intermission
10:45
3. A Review of the Instrumentation Used for the Discovery of New Elements During this Century. A. Ghiorso
11:15
4. Synthesis and Stability of the Heaviest Elements. S. Hofmann
11:45
5. Predicted Properties of Heavy Elements. A. Sobiczewski

SUNDAY AFTERNOON
Section A
Award Symposium Honoring Dr. Peter J. Armbruster - II
Clusters, Fusion and Fission
G. Herrmann, Presiding
2:00
6. Shells in Clusters and Nuclei. S. Bjornholm
2:35
7. The Dynamics of Nuclear Fusion and Fission. W. J. Swiatecki
3:05
8. Shell Effects in Fusion of Heavy Nuclei. P. Moeller
3:35
Discussion
3:45
Intermission
3:55
9. Fission of Relativistic Nuclei and the Production of New Isotopes. M. S. Bernas
4:25
10. Fission of Exotic Nuclei. K. H. Schmidt
4:55
11. Hybrid Reactors for Energy Production and Waste Incineration. H. Nifenecker

Section B
Radioactive Beams, Radioactive Atoms in Traps, Exotic Nuclei - I
J. Cerny, Presiding
1:45
Introductory Remarks
1:50
12. Shell-Model Calculations Leading to the Drip Line. B. A. Brown
2:20
13. Mass Measurements of Short Lived Nuclei at GSI. H. Wollnik, K. Beckert, T. Beha, F. Bosch, H. Eickhoff, B. Franzke, Y. Fujita, H. Geissel, M. Hausmann, H. Irnich, H. C. Jung, T. Kerscher, O. Klepper, H. J. Kluge, C. Kozhuharov, G. Kraus, K. E. G.
2:50
14. Radioactive Ion Beams and Penning Traps at ISOLDE. G. Bollen
3:20
15. New Proton Radioactivities and Radioactive Beams at ATLAS. C. N. Davids
3:50
Intermission
4:05
16. Evidence for Collectivity in the Light Po Isotopes: The alpha-decay of 190-Po. J. C. Batchelder
4:30
17. New Alpha Emitters and Planned Charged-Particle Decay Studies Using the HRIBF Recoil Separator. K. S. Toth
4:55
18. New Medium-Mass Proton-Rich Isotopes and their Decay. B. Blank

MONDAY MORNING
Section A
Chemical and Nuclear Properties of the Heaviest Elements - I
K. E. Gregorich, Organizer, Presiding
9:00
Welcoming Remarks
9:10
19. Chromatographic Studies of Rf (Element 104) with Tributylphosphate (TBP). W. Bruechle, E. Jaeger, M. Schaedel, B. Schausten, R. Guenther, J. V. Kratz, W. Paulus, A. Seibert, P. Thoerle, S. Zauner, D. Schumann
9:30
20. Aqueous Chemistry of Element 105. J. V. Kratz
9:50
21. First Aqueous Chemistry with Seaborgium. M. Schaedel
10:10
22. Search for 264Sg. C. A. McGrath, K. E. Gregorich, D. M. Lee, M. R. Lane, E. R. Sylwester, D. A. Shaughnessy, M. B. Hendricks, D. A. Strellis, P. A. Wilk, D. C. Hoffmann
10:30
Intermission
10:45
23. Production Cross Section of 261Ha from 250Cf(15N,4n) and 243Am(22Ne,4n). M. R. Lane, K. E. Gregorich, B. Wierczinski, D. M. Lee, M. B. Hendricks, C. A. McGrath, D. A. Shaughnessy, D. A. Strellis, E. R. Sylwester, P. A. Wilk, D. C. Hoffmann
11:05
24. SISAK3 - First Application to Study the Nuclear and Chemical Properties of Elements 104 (Rutherfordium), 105 (Hahnium) and 106 (Seaborgium). B. Wierczinski, G. Skarnemark
11:25
25. Improved Half-life Measurement of 224Pa and its 209Bi(18O,3n)224Pa Production Cross Section. P. A. Wilk, K. E. Gregorich, M. B. Hendricks, M. R. Lane, D. M. Lee, C. A. McGrath, D. A. Shaughnessy, D. A. Strellis, E. R. Sylwester
11:45
26. Electronics for Liquid Scintillation Alpha Particle Spectroscopy. K. E. Gregorich

Section B
Radioactive Beams, Radioactive Atoms in Traps, Exotic Nuclei - II
D. J. Morrissey, Presiding
9:00
27. Physics of Radioactive Nuclear Beams: Theoretical Perspective. W. Nazarewicz
9:30
28. New Region of Deformation via Intermediate Energy Coulomb Excitation. T. Glasmacher
10:00
29. Low Energy Coulomb Excitation of Radiative Beams in Inverse Kinematics. R. F. Casten
10:30
Intermission
10:45
30. New Types of High-Efficiency Magnetic Separators for RNB and other Reaction Studies. F. D. Becchetti
11:15
31. Heavy-Ion Reaction Studies with Isospin Selected Beams. S. J. Yennello
11:45
32. Fusion Enhancement with Neutron-Rich Radioactive Beams. K. E. Zyromski, W. Loveland, G. A. Souliotis, D. J. Morrissey, C. F. Powell, O. Batenkov, K. Aleklett, R. Yanez, I. B. Forsberg, M. Sanchez-Vega, J. R. Dunn, B. G. Glagola

MONDAY AFTERNOON
Section A
Chemical and Nuclear Properties of the Heaviest Elements - II
R. W. Lougheed, Organizer, Presiding
2:00
Introductory Remarks
2:05
33. Evidence for Relativistic Effects in the Chemistry of Element 104. H. W. Gaeggeler, B. Eichler, A. Tuerler, D. T. Jost, S. Huebner, A. Yakushev, I. Zvara, S. Timokhin, V. Lebedev
2:25
34. First Chemical Separation and Identification of Seaborgium. A. Tuerler, B. Eichler, H. W. Gaeggeler, K. E. Gregorich, D. C. Hoffmann, S. Huebener, D. T. Jost, M. Schaedel, A. Yakushev
2:45
35. On-line Gas Phase Chromatography of the Bromides of the Group 4, 5, and 6 Elements. E. R. Sylwester, K. E. Gregorich, D. M. Lee, Y. H. Chung, M. B. Hendricks, M. R. Lane, C. Laue, C. A. McGrath, D. A. Shaughnessy, D. A. Strellis, D. C. Hoffmann
3:05
36. Electron-Capture Delayed Fission in 246Es. D. A. Shaughnessy, K. E. Gregorich, M. B. Hendricks, M. R. Lane, D. M. Lee, C. A. McGrath, D. A. Strellis, E. R. Sylwester, P. A. Wilk, D. C. Hoffmann
3:25
Discussion
3:40
Intermission
3:50
37. In-Flight Separation and Detection Methods. V. Ninov, P. Armbruster, S. Hofmann, F. P. Hessberger, H. Folger, G. Muenzenberg, K. E. Gregorich, C. A. McGrath
4:10
38. The Discovery of Element 110 and the Verification of a Closed Neutron Shell at N = 162. J. Wild, R. W. Lougheed, K. J. Moody, Y. A. Lazarev, Y. V. Lobanov, Y. T. Oganessian, V. K. Utyonkov, F. S. Abdullin, A. N. Polyakov, J. Rigol, I. V. Shirokov
4:30
39. Towards Spherical Shells Z = 114 and N = 178-184. V. K. Utyonkov, Y. T. Oganessian, Y. V. Lobanov, F. S. Abdullin, A. N. Polyakov, I. V. Shirokovsky, Y. S. Tsyganov, S. Lliev, V. G. Subbotin, A. M. Sukhov, R. W. Lougheed, J. Wild, K. J. Moody, N.
4:50
40. The Berkeley Gas-Filled Separator. K. E. Gregorich
5:10
Discussion

5:30
Divisional Business Meeting

Section B
Radioactive Beams, Radioactive Atoms in Traps, Exotic Nuclei - III
E. Zganjar, Presiding
2:00
41. Recent Radioactive Beam Experiments in Nuclear Astrophysics. M. Wiescher, J. Goerres
2:30
42. Reaction Studies on Short-Lived Nuclei for Big Bang Nucleosynthesis. R. N. Boyd
3:00
43. Measurements of the 7Be(p, gamma) Cross Section at Low Energies. D. M. Moltz, J. D. Powell, A. Rice, M. W. Rowe, J. Cerny, V. Hansper, E. Wulf, H. R. Weller, A. E. Champagne, M. Hofstee
3:25
44. Experiments of Interest to Nuclear Astrophysics Using 17F, 18F and 56Ni Beams from the ATLAS Accelerator. K. E. Rehm
3:50
Intermission
4:05
45. The S800 Spectrograph. B. M. Sherrill
4:35
46. Weak Interactions in Nuclei. J. Hardy, E. Hagberg, V. T. Koslowsky, G. Savard, I. S. Towner
5:00
47. Generation of Radioactive Beams by Intermediate Energy Fragmentation of Heavy Nuclei. G. A. Souliotis, W. Loveland, G. J. Wozniak, K. Hanold, D. J. Morrissey, K. E. Zyromski, K. Aleklett, J. O. Liljenzin

TUESDAY MORNING
Section A
Nuclear Data Resources on the World Wide Web - I
J. Dairiki, Organizer, Presiding
9:00
Welcome and Introductory Remarks
9:10
48. The Table of Isotopes Early Story. G. T. Seaborg
9:35
49. Nuclear Data: From Livingood and Seaborg to the 21st Century. C. M. Lederer
10:00
50. National and International Nuclear Data Activities. C. L. Dunford
10:25
Intermission
10:40
51. Exploring the Isotopes. R. B. Firestone, S. Y. F. Chu, H. Nordberg
11:10
52. Web-Based Information Systems for Nuclear Physics. P. Ekstrom
11:35
53. The MacNuclide Nuclear Database Management System. R. Sutton, C. A. Stone, M. Li


Section B
Radioactive Beams, Radioactive Atoms in Traps, Exotic Nuclei - IV
W. Loveland, Presiding
9:00
54. First Experiments at the HRIBF. J. D. Garrett
9:30
55. Research with Radioactive Beams at TRIUMF. J. M. D'Auria
10:00
56. Planned Development of a Radioactive Beam Capability at the LBNL 88-inch Cyclotron. P. E. Haustein, D. M. Moltz, E. B. Norman, J. D. Powell, J. Cerny
10:30
Intermission
10:45
57. Measurement of the Properties of Nuclei Far from Stability at GANIL and the SPIRAL Project. W. Mittig
11:15
58. Experiments with Exotic Beams, Towards the Future at the NSCL. D. J. Morrissey
11:45
59. Recent Studies with Radioactive Beams at RIKEN and the RI Beam Factory Project. I. Tanihata


TUESDAY AFTERNOON
Section A
Nuclear Data Resources on the World Wide Web - II
R. A. Meyer, Presiding
2:00
Introductory Remarks
2:10
60. International Project for Evaluation of Decay Data. R. G. Helmer, E. Browne
2:35
61. Evaluation of Decay Data: Quality and Uniformity. E. Browne, R. G. Helmer
3:00
62. Design of New Electronic Edition of Gamma-Ray Spectrum Catalogues for Internet Presentation. R. L. Heath
3:25
Intermission
3:40
63. The Recent Renaissance in Heavy Element Research. D. C. Hoffmann, D. M. Lee
4:05
64. Evaluation of Nuclear Structure Data for the Actinides. Y. A. Akovali
4:35
65. Internet and the National Nuclear Data Center. T. W. Burrows

Section B
Radioactive Beams, Radioactive Atoms in Traps, Exotic Nuclei - V
D. J. Vieira, Organizer, Presiding
2:00
66. Prospects in Radioactive Atom Trapping: 21Na as an Example. S. J. Freedman, B. Fujikawa, G. Gwinner, M. W. Rowe, S. Q. Shang, P. Vetter
2:30
67. Beta-Neutrino Correlation Measurements in a Laser Trap. J. A. Behr, A. Gorelov, T. Swanson, O. Hausser, M. Trinczek, D. Melconian, M. Dombsky, J. M. D'Auria, D. Asgeirsson, J. Dilling, U. Giesen, G. Roy, K. P. Jackson, C. D. P. Levy, L. Buchmann,
3:00
68. 38K, 37K Laser Trapping and Beta Decay Measurements. P. A. Voytas, R. S. Williamson III, B. P. Schwartz, T. G. Walker, P. A. Quin
3:30
Intermission
3:45
69. Progress Towards Trapping 82Rb in an Optical Trap. R. Guckert, V. D. Sandberg, D. Tupa, D. J. Vieira, X. Zhao
4:15
70. Atomic Lifetime Measurements with Trapped Radioactive Francium Atoms. G. D. Sprouse, L. A. Orozco, J. E. Simsarian, W. Shi, W. Z. Zhao
4:45
71. An Efficient Trap of 221Fr Atoms. Z. T. Lu, K. L. Corwin, K. R. Vogel, C. E. Wieman, T. P. Dinneen, J. A. Maddi, H. Gould
5:15
Concluding Remarks

WEDNESDAY MORNING
Section A
Nuclear Data Resources on the World Wide Web - III
R. MacFarlane, Presiding
9:00
72. Nuclei in the Cosmos. S. Woosley
9:30
73. Nuclear Data Capabilities and Opportunities for Nuclear Astrophysics. M. S. Smith
10:00
74. Energy Levels of Light Nuclei, A=3-20, Available from Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory on the World Wide Web. C. M. Cheves, C. W. Sheu, H. R. Weller
10:25
Intermission
10:40
75. Radioactive Beams - The Research Perspective. J. D. Garrett
11:05
76. Nuclear Data for Radioactive Ion Beams. M. B. Chadwick
11:30
77. Nuclear Data System - 2000: A New Approach to Data Access, Display and Evaluation. D. Resler, R. White


Section B
Nuclear Decay Probes in Chemical Physics and Materials Science - I
D. G. Fleming, Organizer, Presiding
9:00
Introductory Remarks
9:15
78. Antiprotonic Helium and New Aspects in the Atomic Capture Process. R. S. Hayano
10:05
79. Slowing Down and Thermalization of the Proton, Muon and Positron in Gases. M. Senba
10:55
Intermission
11:25
80. An Approach to Comprehensive Understanding of the Ore and Spur Models of Positronium Formation. Y. Ito
11:50
81. Chemical Reactions and Thermalization of the Positronium "Atom" in Condensed Matter. H. Stoll

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON
Section A
Nuclear Data Resources on the World Wide Web - IV
D. Brenner, Organizer, Presiding
2:00
82. Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy with Gammasphere. A. O. Macchiavelli
2:25
83. High-Spin Nuclear Structure Data on the Internet. B. Singh
2:50
84. Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions: A Field on the Threshold. D. Cebra
3:15
Intermission
3:30
85. Compilation of Relativistic Heavy-Ion Data. M. R. Bhat
3:55
86. A Nuclear Information Service. R. MacFarlane
4:15
87. Technologies For Network Access and Updating of Nuclear Databases. R. Sutton, E. Miyake, T. L. M. Langlands, C. A. Stone
4:40
Concluding Remarks

Section B
Nuclear Decay Probes in Chemical Physics and Materials Science - II
R. S. Hayano, Presiding
2:15
88. Probing Matter with Radioactive Nuclei. R. F. Kiefl
3:05
89. Muon Spin Rotation Studies of Unconventional Superconductors: Fullerides, Cuprates and Heavy Fermion Systems. R. H. Heffner
3:25
Intermission
3:55
90. 13N: Nuclear Probe for Processes Involving NO, NO2, and HONO on Aerosol Surfaces. D. T. Jost, M. Ammann, M. Kalberer, E. Roessler, D. Piquet, U. Baltensperger, H. W. Gaeggler

THURSDAY MORNING
Section A
Additional Aspects of Nuclear Science
P. E. Haustein, Organizer, Presiding
9:00
91. Freezeout Properties in Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions. S. Chapman, J. R. Nix
9:20
92. The Decay of 137Cs and the First Excited State of 137Ba. S. W. Yates, B. K. Wagner, P. E. Garrett, M. Yeh
9:40
93. Spin Distributions of Spontaneous Fission Fragments. D. A. Strellis, G. M. Ter-Akopian, A. V. Daniel, G. S. Popeko, Y. T. Oganessian, J. O. Rasmussen, R. Aryaeinejad, S. Asztalos, B. R. S. Babu, J. Becker, L. Bernstein, K. Butler-Moore, S. Y. F. C
10:00
94. Gamma-ray Spectroscopy of odd-Z nuclei from 252Cf at Gammasphere. S. Asztalos, G. M. Ter-Akopian, A. V. Daniel, G. S. Popeko, Y. T. Oganessian, J. O. Rasmussen, R. Aryaeinejad, B. R. S. Babu, J. Becker, L. Bernstein, K. Butler-Moore, S. Y. F. Chu
10:20
95. Stability of Lanthanide and Actinide Complexes of a Hexadentate Nitrogen Donor. L. R. Morss
10:40
96. Separation of 210-Bi and 210-Po by Using Ion-Exchange Membrane Filters: Environmental Applications. J. S. Gaffeny, K. A. Orlandini, N. A. Marley, M. M. Cunningham
11:00
97. Synthesis of F-18-Labelled 5-Fluoro-2'-Deoxy-2'-Fluoro-1-beta-Arabinofuranosyluracil ([18F]-FFAU) for PET Imaging Studies. M. M. Alauddin, J. D. Fissekis, P. S. Conti
11:20
98. Synthesis of 9-(4-[18F]-Fluoro-3-Hydroxymethylbutyl) Guanine ([18F]FHBG) for Imaging of VIral Infection and Gene Therapy Using PET. M. M. Alauddin, P. S. Conti
11:40
99. FeCl(3)- doped Polypyrroles Probed by Positron Annihilation Technique. V. S. Subrahmanyam
12:00
100. Mechanisms of Nuclide Decays. T. Garcia, W. Slaughter, E. Stedman

Section B
Nuclear Decay Probes in Chemical Physics and Materials Science - III
R. F. Kiefl, Presiding
9:15
101. Modelling Hydrogen in Materials with its Pseudo-Isotope Muonium. S. F. J. Cox
10:05
102. MuSR Studies of Buckyball Radicals. P. W. Percival
10:55
Intermission
11:25
103. MuSR Studies of Muonium Relaxation by Dioxygen and Ethylene Adsorbed on Ultra-Pure Silica Powder. R. F. Marzke, D. G. Fleming, P. W. Percival, M. Senba
11:50
104. Recent Aspects of Positronium Interactions in Gases and Solids. T. Hyodo

THURSDAY AFTERNOON

Nuclear Decay Probes in Chemical Physics and Materials Science - IV
R. H. Heffner, Presiding
2:15
105. Depth Profiling of Defects in Semiconductors and Thin Films. K. Lynn
3:05
106. Analytical Applications of Positron Beam Lifetime Spectroscopy. R. H. Howell
3:55
Intermission
4:25
107. ETLA - Elastic Thermalisation Lifetime Analysis of Cross Linked PMMA. C. Dauwe, B. Van Waeyenberge, D. Segers, T. Van Hoecke, F. Du Prez
4:50
108. Atomic Clusters and Positron Capture Sites in Amorphous and Undercooled Metallic Structures. K. Kristiakova, J. Kristiak
5:15
109. 1D-ACAR Spectroscopy of Oxygen-Related Centers in Silicon. N. Y. Arutyunov
5:40
Concluding Remarks

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