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  • eka- — a prefix primarily used to indicate an element which stands or is assumed to stand in the same family of the periodic table as a specified element especially when not yet isolated: eka tungsten. {Sanskrit eka one; used by Russian chemist, DI… …  

  • eka-wolfram — noun seaborgium, also called eka tungsten …   Wiktionary

  • Seaborgium — (pronEng|siːˈbɔrgiəm) is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Sg and atomic number 106, Image of Seaborgium . Seaborgium is a synthetic element whose most stable isotope 271Sg has a half life of 1.9 minutes. Chemistry… …   Wikipedia

  • List of chemical element name etymologies — This is the list of etymologies for all chemical element names: Name Symbol Language of origin Word of origin Meaning Symbol origin Description Actinium Ac Greek ἀκτίς (aktis) beam Greek aktinos ἀκτίς, ἀκτῖνος (aktis; aktinos), meaning beam (ray) …   Wikipedia

  • seaborgium — noun A transuranic chemical element (symbol Sg) with atomic number 106 Syn: eka tungsten, rutherfordium, unnilhexium …   Wiktionary

  • Timeline of chemical elements discoveries — The discovery of the elements known to exist today is presented here in chronological order. The elements are listed generally in the order in which each was first defined as the pure element,[clarification needed] as the exact date of discovery… …   Wikipedia

  • Francium — radon ← francium → radium Cs ↑ Fr ↓ Uue …   Wikipedia

  • Ununoctium — ununseptium ← ununoctium → ununennium Rn ↑ Uuo ↓ (Uho) …   Wikipedia

  • Etymologische Liste der chemischen Elemente — Eine Vielzahl chemischer Elemente sind nach Städten, Ländern oder Kontinenten benannt. Einige lassen die Herkunft ihrer Entdecker erkennen (z. B. Scandium und Francium) oder es werden mit der Bezeichnung bedeutende Naturwissenschaftler… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Alkali metal — Group → 1 ↓ Period 2 3 Li 3 …   Wikipedia

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