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Seaborgium

A man made Element
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caroline wang

on 21 February 2013

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Seaborgium Interesting Facts about Seaborgium History of Seaborgium's Name http://www.hobart.k12.in.us/ksms/PeriodicTable/seaborgium.htm

http://www.lenntech.com/periodic/elements/sg.htm Seaborgium is a man made element on the periodic table between Dubnium and Bohrium. Its symbol is Sg and its atomic number is 106. Its melting, boiling point, and density is unknown. It was found by Albert Ghiorso in 1974. Did you know that Seaborgium doesn't actualy have a use yet? Only a few Seaborgium atoms have been created and they die after 21 seconds that no one has found a use for it yet. Seaborgium is also so unstable that it decomposes to other elements so no one has found bothered to see its effect on human life. Seaborgium was discovered by Albert Ghiorso in June 1974 in the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory at the University of California in Berkeley. It was name after Glenn T. Seaborg. Though Elements are usually named after people when they are dead, Seaborgium was named after Seaborg when he was alive. Resources Seaborgium Have to click and edit to access link
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