Where, not who. It was named after Dubna in Russia.
Dubnium has no odor.
Dubnium does not have a color.
Dubnium is not flammable.
Dubnium is an artificial chemical element containing only atoms of dubnium; dubnium is prepared via nuclear reactions.
There are 22 elements on the Periodic Table that are named for a geographical location in the world. Some of the elements are Californium, Copper, Dubnium, and Germanium.
Dubnium, Db, an element that is named after the city of Dubna, Russia where the Joint institute for Nuclear Research is located. (Not named after a country.) Germanium, Ge, an element that is named after the country of Germany
Dubnium has no uses.
Dubnium hasn't uses.
The color of dubnium is not known.
Dubnium hasn't odor.
Yes, Dubnium is harmful because it is radioactive. Dubnium is used for nuclear bombs and weapons.
Unnilpentium is now officially named as Dubnium (Db) after the Russian town of Dubna. It is not found in nature and is synthesized in the laboratory.
Dubnium is not a commercial product. And dubnium is obtained at the level of some atoms !
Dubnium has 105 protons.
We have not sufficient amounts of dubnium to test this.
Dubnium has 105 electrons.
Dubnium is a metal.
Dubnium is not a commercial material.
Dubnium is not a commercial product.
The chemical symbol of dubnium is Db.
Dubnium is a member of the transactinoids family.
The atomic number of dubnium is 105.
Dubnium is an artificial chemical element.
The Latin name is also dubnium.
The chemical symbol (not formula) of dubnium is Db.
Dubnium has any uses.
The crystalline structure of dubnium is not known.
Dubnium hasn't practical uses.
Dubnium was obtained only in quantities of some atoms ! Dubnium is far too radioactive for anyone to have any!!!
Dubnium hasn't practical uses; it is only for research.
Dubnium is an artificial chemical element, very unstable.
Dubnium has 2 valence electrons
Any practical use for dubnium, only for researches.
Dubnium is studied by nuclear physics and radiochemistry.
Dubnium is supposed to be a solid metal.
The estimated density of dubnium is 29,3 g/cm3.
Yes. Dubnium is used for nuclear bombs and weapons
It is estimated that the chemical properties of dubnium are similar to these of tantalum.
Valences of dubnium are 5, 4, 3.
Dubnium is important now only for studies.