- Beyond element 118: the next row of the periodic table
- As early as 2007, researchers at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) in Dubna, Russia, and the Helmholtz Centre for Heavy Ion Research (GSI) in Darmstadt, Germany, tried to synthesise unbinilium or element 120 by bombarding plutonium with ...
- Tokyo sends huge plutonium cache – enough to make 50 nuclear bombs – to U.S.
- Japan will send a huge cache of plutonium – enough to produce 50 nuclear bombs – to the United States as part of a deal to return the material that was used for research, reports and officials said Tuesday.
- A material supreme: How graphene will shape the world of tomorrow
- Graphite it is an allotrope of the element carbon, meaning it possesses the same atoms but they're arranged in a different way, giving the material different properties. For example, both diamond and graphite are forms of carbon, yet ....
- Plutonium's Magnetism Confirmed in New Study
- Plutonium-238 sphere under its own light. With a half-life of 89 years, plutonium-238 is being used in space applications requiring a power source with a long service life.
- What If We Get The Ability To Extract By Nanotech Rare Elements From The Bulk
- And of course 1% gallium helps make plutonium manageable for nuclear warhead use. So gallium isn't always the HappyFunElement(TM). What is your nominee for the element most likely to surprise for good or .....
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