Livermorium: historical information
Results published on the 6th December 2000 concerning recent experiments at Dubna in Russia (involving workers from The Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russian Federation; The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, California, USA; The Research Institute of Atomic Reactors, Dimitrovgrad, Russian Federation; and The State Enterprise Electrohimpribor, Lesnoy, Russian Federation) describe the decay of the isotope 292Uuh (produced in the reaction of 248Cm with 48Ca) to 292Uuq.
24896Cm + 4820Ca → 292116Lv + 4 n
This decayed 47 milliseconds later as follows to a previously identified isotope of elements 114, flerovium, Fl.
292116Lv → 288114Fl + 42He