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E-mail address Ha Eun - 10/30/2006 11:42:42 PM

  E-mail address jessie k - 3/23/2001 2:19:53 AM
  how do people know that elements 113 115 and 117 have symblos but they do not know any thing about them?

i know this is really late. the symbols are only temporary. anything with 3 letters in its symbol means it was given a tamporary name so they could call it something.

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E-mail address NaChelle Webster - 10/23/2006 10:17:45 PM

  E-mail address jessie k - 3/23/2001 2:19:53 AM
  how do people know that elements 113 115 and 117 have symblos but they do not know any thing about them?

What is symbols for sodium hypochlorite?

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E-mail address JR - 11/24/2003 2:00:46 PM

I would just want to know about hte elements: 113, 115, 177. Because our class is conducting research about these elements and comparing them with other elements based on their information. please let me be informed about some information about these 3 elements.regards and thanks!!!

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E-mail address Alfredo Borba - 6/5/2001 2:27:59 PM

I would like to know how that element, as well as elements 116 and 118, is classified. They are metals, non-metals or semi-metals?
Thanks in advance for any answer.

Regards

Alfredo Borba

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E-mail address jessie k - 3/23/2001 2:19:53 AM

how do people know that elements 113 115 and 117 have symblos but they do not know any thing about them?

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E-mail address John Marks - 3/25/2000 12:35:14 PM

I gather this element, known here as Russium, Rs, after its recent creation in Moscow is likely to have a stable isotope, Rs-298. Is this so and why?

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