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Yes, the atomic number can only be higher than 92 if it was created in a particle accelerator.
Among the elements that occur in nature, it's Uranium, with 92 protons in the nucleus. Small amounts of atoms with higher atomic numbers are produced in particle accelerators. Their nuclei are unstable, and break down into nuclei with lower atomic numbers.
Yes. They are broken down into sub-atomic particles in particle accelerators. But when an atom is broken up into smaller components, those components no longer have the properties of the original elemental atom. These components are the same for every element, and form any of the elements when combined in the proper numbers and configurations.
No, not particularly. For those beyond a certain point, you actually need to create the precursors first and then combine them again.
The elements in the periodic table with atomic numbers above 92, called the transuraniun elements, all undergo transmutation. They are unusual because none of them occurs in nature, and all of them are radioactive. All of these elements have been synthesized in nuclear reactors and nuclear accelerators, which accelerates bombarding particles at very high speeds.
DNA is composed of four different base groups, which can form endless numbers of different sequences, which have the capacity to synthesize a wide variety of protein molecules, or to synthesize RNA which will synthesize protein molecules, and these protein molecules are the basis of all biochemistry; they form the catalysts and structural elements which create, regulate, and maintain all living organisms.
Elements with atomic numbers 89-94: natural elements.Elements with atomic numbers 95-98: artificial elements but they are also discoverd in nature as ultratraces.Elements with atomic numbers 99-103: artificial elements.
Moseley was the person to assign atomic numbers to elements!
two numbers with a product of 1 are called elements
There are quantum numbers that describe the location of electrons, if that is what you mean.Answer: by analyzing its interactions with another particle
Atoms of different elements have different numbers of protons
Some elements shows many numbers. They change it when Emit electrons.
Yes, atoms of different elements have different numbers of protons.
Different elements have different numbers of protons. The number of protons identifies the element.
Transuranic elements are: elements with atomic numbers greater than 92 (now up to 118). Transuranic elements contain the transactinides elements.Transactinides elements are: elements with atomic numbers greater than 103 (now up to 118).
Huge numbers of electrons do.
2 elements: Sulfur and Oxygen
All chemical elements have atomic numbers.