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Element Lawrencium, Lr





History

In 1961 by Ghiorso et al., bombarding Californium with boron ions at the Berkeley Laboratory of the University of California, obtained a new transuranium element which belonged to actinoids family and suggested the name lawrencium in honor of E.O. Lawrence, the inventor of the cyclotron and founder of the Radiation Laboratory at Berkeley where so much of the transuranium research has been carried out.


Neighbours



Chemical Elements

57La
138.9
Lanthanum
72Hf
178.5
Hafnium
73Ta
180.9
Tantalum
102No
[255.0]
Nobelium
103Lr
[256.0]
Lawrencium
104Rf
[257.0]
Rutherfordium

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