Super-Superheavy Elements

@inproceedings{Kragh2018SuperSuperheavyE,
  title={Super-Superheavy Elements},
  author={H. Kragh},
  year={2018}
}
  • H. Kragh
  • Published 2018
  • History
  • Since the mid-1990s nine more superheavy elements synthesised in either cold or hot fusion processes have entered the periodic table. Elements with atomic numbers 110–112 were produced in Darmstadt, Germany, whereas most of the other elements owed their discoveries to collaborations of Russian and American scientists. The exception to the German-Russian-American hegemony was element 113 discovered by a team of Japanese scientists and named nihonium after their country. The heaviest of all… CONTINUE READING