Four new chemical element is found, it’s time replace the periodic table of elements!

4 Unsur kimia baru ditemukan, saatnya ganti tabel unsur periodik nih!

The name of these elements to be passed in the next five months by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry.

It seems like in the near future you should immediately update the periodic table of elements you have. Therefore, there are four new chemical entities were discovered in January 2016 and then, and if there are no objections, the names will be passed in the next five months by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC).

The new element will occupy the position number 113, 115, 117 and 118 in the periodic table, which complements the seventh row of the table. They are Nihonium (Hh), Moscovium (Mc), Tennessine (Ts) and Oganesson (Og). By tradition, the naming of the new elements will be determined by the inventor.

Hihonium found at the RIKEN Nishina Center for Accelerator Science, whose Japanese name is Nihon. Moscovium refers to the name of the Russian capital, Moscow where the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research located.

Tennessine referring to the US State of Tennessee, the location of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Vanderbilt University, where the element is found. And lastly, Oganesson refers to the name Yuri Oganesson nuclear physicist, led the research elements.

“It’s nice to see specific place and the name associated with new elements, known by these names. I saw him as he was pounding when he realized that the collaboration of international researchers are at the core of the present invention and that the new names have made the discovery of visible , “wrote the Inorganic Chemistry division UIPAC as reported of iflscience, Friday (10/6).

The elements that do not occur naturally produced in the laboratory by bombarding light nuclei simultaneously and tracking the decay of elements generated heavyweight. The element only for a split second makes this research complex. Elements 113, for example, is found by striking a thin layer of zinc ion transfer Nismuth with one-tenth the speed of light.

For now, the chemistry books will welcome the new kid in the block, the first since 2011. If there is no public complaints, these names will be ratified in November.


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