Results for: Ununhexium

In Chemistry

What is Ununhexium?

Ununhexium is the systematic element name for the chemical elementwith the atomic number 116, Chemical symbol Uuh.
In Elements and Compounds

How many neutrons are in ununhexium?

Number of neutrons = Atomic mass of a given isotope of Uuh - 116 Uuh-290 has 174 neutrons. Uuh-291 has 175 neutrons. Uuh-292 has 176 neutrons. Uuh-293 has 177 neutron ( Full Answer )
In History of Science

Who discovered ununhexium?

2000: Yu. Ts. Oganessian, V. K. Utyonkov, Yu. V. Lobanov, F. Sh. Abdullin, A. N. Polyakov, I. V. Shirokovsky, Yu. S. Tsyganov, G. G. Gulbekian, S. L. Bogomolov, B. N. Gika ( Full Answer )
In Periodic Table

Who name ununhexium?

The name ununhexium is temporary and imposed by IUPAC rules for naming artificial elements; "un un hexium" is in Latin 116 (the atomic number of uuh).
In Chemistry

Where can ununhexium be found?

Ununhexium is an artificial chemical element; it is prepared only in nuclear physics laboratories using particle accelerators.
In Nuclear Physics

How was the ununhexium made?

The first nuclear reaction used to obtain ununhexium was: 48 20 Ca + 248 96 Cm------------ 296 116 Uuh*------------- 293 116 Uuh + 3 n
In History of Science

What symbol is ununhexium?

Ununhexium is a temporary name for the element 116, recommended by IUPAC; probable in the next year a permanent name will be proposed and accepted. The chemical symbol is n ( Full Answer )
In Elements and Compounds

What happens if you touch ununhexium?

It is impossible to touch ununhexium: - in ten years only approx. 30 atoms are prepared around the world - the half life of uuh is 60 ms - all experiments are realized i ( Full Answer )
In Elements and Compounds

What is the brief description of ununhexium?

Ununhexium is a chemical element, artificial, radioactive, unstable, probably a metal similar to polonium, solid, having four isotopes with atomic masses between 290 and 293, ( Full Answer )
In Elements and Compounds

How many particles does ununhexium have?

Ununhexium has 116 protons and electrons. Number of neutrons = Atomic mass of a given isotope of Uuh - 116