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Hs

Hassium

Atomic Number 108

Atomic Symbol Hs

Name Hassium
  Meaning Named for the Latin name for Hesse, the region of Germany where it was made

Group Transition metals

Atomic Weight 277

Density, g/cubic cm at STP 41 (estimate)

Melting Point, °C Unknown

Boiling Point, °C, 1 atm Unknown

Naturally Occurring Isotopes None

Discoverer GSI, Darmstadt, West Germany

Year 1983

Ionization Energy, eV Unknown

Configuration Unknown

Description Man-made element synthesized by the fusion of iron and lead

   

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