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Livermorium

Metal radioactivesynthetic
Symbol: Lv
Atomic number: 116
Atomic mass: (289)
Group: --
CAS-number: 54100-71-9

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Shells: 2, 8, 18, 32, 32, 18, 6
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Name origin:The name recognises the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, within the city of Livermore, California, USA, which collaborated on the discovery. Originally Ununhexium, IUPAC temporary systematic name.
Description:Synthetic radioactive metal.
Discovered by:V. Ninov, K.E. Gregorich, W. Loveland, A. Ghiorso, D.C. Hoffman, D.M. Lee, H. Nitsche, W.J. Swiatecki, U.W. Kirbach, C.A. Laue, J.L. Adams, J.B. Patin, D.A. Shaughnessy, D.A. Strellis, and P.A. Wilk.
Year:1999
Place:Berkeley, California, USA
Sources:Produced as a decay product after irradiating a Cm-248 target with Ca-48 ions.
Use(s):It has no significant commercial applications.