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It was a strange crowd at the DRAF gallery. Set back from Camden High Street, the venue seemed a long way from the normal stomping ground of the people hanging around its front door, some dressed in Berlin black, others in art-dealer tweed. Up a flight of stairs, the venue opened into a main space, ...

In 2011, flevorium (ununquandium) and livermorium (ununhexium) caused the instantly recognizable arrangement to be updated, thus changing textbooks across the globe. In the tabular line-up, chemical elements are organized in 18 columns (also known as groups), based on their atomic number, which ...
This week's element is livermorium, which has the atomic symbol, Lv, and atomic number, 116. This is the last of the elements that we'll meet that has a permanent formal name (at this time). This element originally was given the temporary name, ununhexium (Uuh), and was formally named in 2012 for the ...
Word origin: Livermorium is named for the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California. The name was officially given by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry on May 31, 2012; prior to that, it was known as ununhexium — one-one-six in Latin. Discovery: Livermorium was created ...
Before they got their official names, flerovium and livermorium were temporarily called ununquadium and ununhexium, roughly based on the Latin words for the numbers 114 and 116. Four other super-heavy elements — 113, 115, 117 and 118 — have the temporary names of ununtrium, ununpentium, ...

Element 116, which was temporarily named ununhexium, almost ended up with the name moscovium in honor of the region (called an oblast, similar to a province or state) of Moscow, where the research labs are located. In the end, it seems the American researchers won out and the team settled on the ...
So far, they're temporary titled as ununquadium and ununhexium (closer to unobtainium?). The discoverers at Dubna (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research) in Russia have proposed the name flerovium for 114, after Soviet element-finder Georgy Flyorov, and moscovium for 116, after Russia's Moscow Oblast ...
As yet, the elements have no names. Instead they go by the temporary placeholder terms ununquadium and ununhexium, which by IUPAC convention are derived from the digits 114 and 116 respectively. Their discoverers will get a chance to offer suggestions that another IUPAC committee will consider.
It was a strange crowd at the DRAF gallery. Set back from Camden High Street, the venue seemed a long way from the normal stomping ...
In 2011, flevorium (ununquandium) and livermorium (ununhexium) caused the instantly recognizable arrangement to be updated, thus ...
In 2011, flevorium (ununquandium) and livermorium (ununhexium) caused the instantly recognizable arrangement to be updated, thus ...
This element originally was given the temporary name, ununhexium (Uuh), and was formally named in 2012 for the Lawrence Livermore ...
... by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry on May 31, 2012; prior to that, it was known as ununhexium — one-one-six in Latin.
The creation of Ununseptium, the unpronounceable element from the weirdest corner of the periodic table, has finally been confirmed!
Before they got their official names, flerovium and livermorium were temporarily called ununquadium and ununhexium, roughly based on the ...
Element 116, which was temporarily named ununhexium, almost ended up with the name moscovium in honor of the region (called an oblast, ...

Elements 114 and 116 have the unofficial names of ununquadium and ununhexium, but their discoverers will soon be able to submit their own ...
Instead they go by the temporary placeholder terms ununquadium and ununhexium, which by IUPAC convention are derived from the digits ...
It was a strange crowd at the DRAF gallery. Set back from Camden High Street, the venue seemed a long way from the normal stomping ...
For a while, geek has been the new chic, and so I hardly know a new mom or dad who wouldn't totally love this periodic table baby swaddler for ...
In 2011, flevorium (ununquandium) and livermorium (ununhexium) caused the instantly recognizable arrangement to be updated, thus ...
This element originally was given the temporary name, ununhexium (Uuh), and was formally named in 2012 for the Lawrence Livermore ...
... by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry on May 31, 2012; prior to that, it was known as ununhexium — one-one-six in Latin.
The creation of Ununseptium, the unpronounceable element from the weirdest corner of the periodic table, has finally been confirmed!
Before they got their official names, flerovium and livermorium were temporarily called ununquadium and ununhexium, roughly based on the ...
Element 116, which was temporarily named ununhexium, almost ended up with the name moscovium in honor of the region (called an oblast, ...
Elements 114 and 116 have the unofficial names of ununquadium and ununhexium, but their discoverers will soon be able to submit their own ...
Instead they go by the temporary placeholder terms ununquadium and ununhexium, which by IUPAC convention are derived from the digits ...
In 2011, flevorium (ununquandium) and livermorium (ununhexium) caused the instantly recognizable arrangement to be updated, thus changing textbooks across the globe.


 

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