Yes, technetium exist on the Earth in uranium ores but only in infinitesimal amounts.
The first manmade element was technetium because scientists failed to find it naturally
Technetium is an artificial chemical element and is extracted from fission products, prepared by neutron activation or by irradiation in particles accelerators.
yes technetium is a limited resource. You can only find it in certain parts of the world not that I know of though
Technetium, Promethium, and all elements heavier then Bismuth.
You cannot find technetium by normal means because it cannot be found freely on Earth. There are trace amounts of this synthetic element in uranium, but most samples are found in laboratory particle accelerators. Some have been found on red giant stars.
if you arent given the atomic numbert for an element - where could you find it?
By feeling if said element is "wet" -Dr. Bosch
Technetium was discovered by Emilio Segre and Carlo Perrier in 1936 at the University of Palermo, Sicily, Italy.They studied a molybdenum foil extracted from the cyclotron out of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and identified isotopes of technetium.
Technetium-99 has not been found on earth because there are no stable isotopes of Technetium because they are all radioactive. They also have a short half-life and therefore need to be made in a nuclear reactor. It has been detected in some stars, but aside from that the best place to find technetium now is in nuclear reactors.
Lego land in Denmark
you could find it any where in the world