Oganesson

2006

Oganesson

The book of science

Tom Sharp


DubnaYuri Oganessian, V. K. Utyonkov, Yu. V. Lobanov, F. Sh. Abdullin, A. N. Polyakov, I. V. Shirokovsky, Yu. S. Tsyganov, A. N. Mezentsev, S. Iliev, V. G. Subbotin, A. M. Sukhov, O. V. Ivanov, A. A. Voinov, K. Subotic, V. I. Zagrebaev, Michael Grigorievich Itkis, Ken J. Moody, John F. Wild, Mark A. Stoyer, Nancy J. Stoyer, C. A. Laue, Dawn A. Shaughnessy, Joshua B. Patin, Ronald W. Lougheed elements

Oganesson

Atomic number 118

An end


Some expect oganesson to be a gas at room temperatures, but relativistic effects might make it a solid. Before it could be proven to be a solid, its atoms would need to last long enough for two or more to be put together.

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