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<nowiki>{{Element | name=Bohrium | symbol=Bh | anumber=107 | amass=264 amu | noe=107 | class=Transition Metal | cstructure=Unknown | color=Unknown | date=1976 | discname=Peter Armsbruster and Gottfried Munzenber. | origname=Bohrium is named after [[Niels Bohr]]. | uses=There are no known uses for Bohrium. | obtained=Man-made. }}
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{{Element | name=Bohrium | symbol=Bh | anumber=107 | amass=264 amu | noe=107 | class=Transition Metal | cstructure=Unknown | color=Unknown | date=1976 | discname=Peter Armsbruster and Gottfried Munzenber. | origname=Bohrium is named after [[Niels Bohr]]. | uses=There are no known uses for Bohrium. | obtained=Man-made. }}
 
'''Bohrium''' is an artificially produced radioactive element. It's most stable isotope, Bh-262 has an half life of 17 seconds. Due to its extreme instability, Bohrium does not have any known application and little is known about it.
 
'''Bohrium''' is an artificially produced radioactive element. It's most stable isotope, Bh-262 has an half life of 17 seconds. Due to its extreme instability, Bohrium does not have any known application and little is known about it.
  

Latest revision as of 22:29, 25 February 2013

Bohrium
Name Bohrium
Symbol Bh
Atomic number 107
Atomic mass 264 amu
Classification Transition Metal
Crystal structure Unknown
Color Unknown
Date of discovery 1976
Name of discoverer Peter Armsbruster and Gottfried Munzenber.
Name origin Bohrium is named after Niels Bohr.
Uses There are no known uses for Bohrium.
Obtained from Man-made.

Bohrium is an artificially produced radioactive element. It's most stable isotope, Bh-262 has an half life of 17 seconds. Due to its extreme instability, Bohrium does not have any known application and little is known about it.



Refrences

http://www.lenntech.com/periodic/elements/bh.htm#ixzz0fXJnfzLE