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n. - A radioactive transuranic element synthesized from another element.

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  • Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory at Berkeley, California; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory at Livermore, California; and element 103, lawrencium, were all named in his...
  • The list comes to some 103, ranging from the most abundant and simplest of all, hydrogen, to the transuranic monsters, nobelium and lawrencium.
  • The Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory has produced a dozen superheavy elements called transuranics and bear such names as berkelium, californium, lawrencium and seaborgium. for more
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