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Yuri Oganessian

Yuri Oganessian
Yuri Oganessian
Born (1933-04-14) April 14, 1933
Rostov-on-Don, Soviet Union
Citizenship Russian
Nationality Armenian
Fields Nuclear physics
Institutions Flerov Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions
Alma mater Moscow Engineering Physics Institute
Known for Co-discoverer of the heaviest elements in the periodic table

Yuri Tsolakovich Oganessian (Russian: Юрий Цолакович Оганесян, born 14 April 1933 in Rostov-on-Don) is a Russian nuclear physicist of Armenian descent. He and his team discovered the heaviest elements in the periodic table. [1][2]

Oganessian is the scientific leader of the Flerov Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions (FLNR) in Dubna. [3]

In 2009, scientists in the United States of America confirmed Oganessian's team's discovery of flerovium over a decade before.[4] He is an acknowledged world-leader in the field of synthesizing and exploring new elements.

External links

Yuri Oganessian biography

References

  1. ^ http://cerncourier.com/cws/article/cern/28416
  2. ^ http://159.93.28.88/flnr/people/oganessian.html
  3. ^ http://flerovlab.jinr.ru/flnr/contacts.html
  4. ^ "Element 114 confirmed".  
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