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 Chemical element, DYK Fact #606
shygeorge
Posted: 11:56 Wednesday 03 March 2010


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Did you know? Mendelevium has atomic number 101 and chemical symbol Md.
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shyvera
Posted: 13:30 Wednesday 03 March 2010


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Did you know? Nobelium has atomic number 102 and chemical symbol No.
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shygeorge
Posted: 21:08 Wednesday 03 March 2010


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Did you know? Lawrencium has atomic number 103 and chemical symbol Lr.
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shyvera
Posted: 21:25 Wednesday 03 March 2010


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Did you know? Rutherfordium has atomic number 104 and chemical symbol Rf.
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shygeorge
Posted: 23:35 Wednesday 03 March 2010


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Did you know? Dubnium has atomic number 105 and chemical symbol Db.
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shyvera
Posted: 00:19 Thursday 04 March 2010


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Did you know? Seaborgium has atomic number 106 and chemical symbol Sg.
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shygeorge
Posted: 13:17 Thursday 04 March 2010


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Did you know? Bohrium has atomic number 107 and chemical symbol Bh.
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shyvera
Posted: 13:20 Thursday 04 March 2010


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Did you know? Hassium has atomic number 108 and chemical symbol Hs.
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shygeorge
Posted: 13:41 Thursday 04 March 2010


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Did you know? Meitnerium has atomic number 109 and chemical symbol Mt.
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shyvera
Posted: 13:56 Thursday 04 March 2010


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Did you know? Darmstadtium has atomic number 110 and chemical symbol Ds.
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shygeorge
Posted: 17:44 Wednesday 10 March 2010


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Did you know? Roentgenium has atomic number 111 and chemical symbol Rg.
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shyvera
Posted: 17:58 Wednesday 10 March 2010


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Did you know? Copernicium has atomic number 112 and has chemical symbol Cn.
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Olinguito
Posted: 19:32 Tuesday 06 May 2014


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Tuesday 6 May 2014

The periodic table is set to get a new addition – say hello to the superheavy element ununseptium

The periodic table of elements is one step closer to welcoming a new addition to its ranks after scientists independently confirmed the existence of the highly radioactive 117th element.

Like other superheavy elements that populate the tail end of the periodic table, ununseptium only exists for fractions of a second before decaying into other elements.

Its creation is the latest step towards the discovery of the so-called “island of stability” – a predicted group of massive but stable atoms expected to appear somewhere around atomic number 120 onwards.
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shysophie
Posted: 11:31 Wednesday 07 May 2014


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Did you know? Flerovium has atomic number 114 and has chemical symbol Fl.
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Olinguito
Posted: 12:33 Wednesday 07 May 2014


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Did you know? Livermorium has atomic number 116 and chemical symbol Lv.


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