Isotopes Of Hassium
- Table for 118
- Elements 114–118 were all made by bombarding actinides with a beam of a neutron-rich isotope of calcium, but that method is unlikely to give us elements 119 and 120.
- Element of the week: hassium | video
- Twelve isotopes of hassium are known so far, all of which are radioactive. The lightest of these isotopes have fleeting half-lives that last somewhere between milliseconds to seconds. However, the four heaviest isotopes (hassium-265, hassium-267, ...
- Boiling Point: Unknown
- Hassium is a synthetic element about which little is known. It is presumed to be a solid metal, but since only a few atoms of it have been created, it is difficult to study. All of its isotopes have extremely short half-lives.
- Plutonium: The scary element that helps probe space's secrets
- Plutonium batteries use a different isotope, plutonium-238, which contains one neutron fewer in its nucleus, and decays quite quickly. .... Others, such as americium, californium and hassium (named after the home state of Darmstadt), have patriotic roots.
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