Bohrium -


Bohrium[1] (-ii, n.) (Eka-Rhenium) est elementum chemicum. In periodica tabula symbolum est Bh et numerus atomi 107. Est elementum compositum ab homine cuius isotopus qui maxime constitit, Bh-262, semi-vitam 17 secundarum habet. Bohrium nomen suum a Nicolao Bohr traxit.


  1. "Bohrium": Peter van der Krogt, "Elementa chemica " apud situm Elementymology & Elements Multidict

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