Marie Sklowdowska-Curie and Pierre Curie founded curium. They were a husband and wife scientists. Lise Meitner discovered Meitnerium. She was an Austrian-Swedish scientist.,<3
Curium is named after Marie Curie.
Marie Curie and Lise Meitner are both female scientist that have elements named after them. These elements are curium and meitnerium.
well the answer is Marie Curie with equals curium.
Curium. Marie Curie, discoverer of radioactivity.
There are literally hundreds of thousands. I am a scientist and I do not have an element named after me.
There are two: curium and meitnerium, named after Marie Curie and Lise Meitner respectively.
Meitnerium, element number 109 is named for Lise Meitner, and Curium is named after Marie Curie and her husband Pierre.
The element that was named after the scientist who made the periodic table was the element Mendelevium. It's symbol is Md and it has an atomic number of 101. It was named after the scientist Dmitri Mendeleev.
Glenn Seaborg was the scientist who had an element named after him while he was still alive.
It's named after scientist Alfred Nobel.
einsteinium (atomic number 99) was the element named after the scientist that created e=mc2 or Albert Einstein.
Yes, this scientist was Ernest Lawrence.
Curium, named after Marie Curie.
Inverse ! The chemical element seaborgium is named in the honor of the chemist Glenn Seaborg.
No, Nobelium, named after Alfred Nobel
Einsteinium, it is element 99 in the periodic table named after Albert Einstein.
Yes, it is a natural element. It is named after scientist Rutherford.
Ernest Rutherford (1871-1937)
Rutherfordium; Einsteinium; Fermium; Mendelevium