Atomic mass, symbol and atomic number
seaborgium is an artificially generated element with the element symbol Sg and atomic number 106. In the periodic table, it belongs to the transactinoids with an atomic mass of 263.11 u. The chemical element discovered in 1974 is radioactive and is in a solid state of aggregation at room temperature.
Profile: Seaborgium (English: Seaborgium)
|explorers:||G. Flerow and Y. Oganessian|
|Year of discovery:||1974|
|Atomic mass:||263.11 u|
|Atomic radius:||132 pm|
|Covalent radius:||143 pm|
|Van der Waals radius:||unknown|
|Electron configuration:||Rn 5f14 6d4 7s2|
|Melting point:||about 2900 ° C|
|Boiling point:||about 6500 ° C|
|Heat of fusion:||unknown|
|Heat of vaporization:||unknown|
Did you know that ...
- Seaborgium was named after the physicist Glenn T. Seaborg, who was involved in the discovery of no less than ten elements?
- Seaborgium belongs to the group of transactinoids?
- Glenn T. Seaborg was the first person alive when an element was named after him?