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Copernicium

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  • 1. 112Copernicium –CopernicioMass: 285 u[Rn] 7s2 5f14 6d10 Melting point: ????Boiling point: ????Density (predicted): 23,7 g/cm3Discovery: GSI Lab, Germany, 1996Copernicium is an element that doesnt exist in nature. It iscreated in the lab when a zinc atom and a lead one collide at 30000km/s. This element has no stable isotopes. All of them emit radioactiveparticles and transform in a different element after a very little timeThe name, copernicium, in homenage to the Polish astronomer NicolasCopernico

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