Four New Elements

Four New Elements

Four new chemical elements were officially added to the Periodic Table last week. The four new super-heavy elements were produced in the laboratory, and do not exist in nature.

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One Response to “Four New Elements”

  1. Pravin Mastud Says:

    Infomation about these four elements is available at http://www.comparisonofmetals.com/. You can check out their various properties and characteristics of these metals
    ununtrium Uut-
    http://www.comparisonofmetals.com/en/ununtrium-periodic-table/model-92-4

    ununpentium Uup- http://www.comparisonofmetals.com/en/ununpentium-periodic-table/model-93-4

    ununseptium Uus-
    http://www.comparisonofmetals.com/en/ununseptium-periodic-table/model-95-4

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