As of November 8, the periodic table, developed by Dmitry Mendeleev was officially completed four new symbols, according to press office of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC).
As informs VistaNews, researchers have said that as of Tuesday, November 8, symbol with the number 113 is Nihonium, Nh. Nihonium translated from Japanese means Land of the Rising Sun. Element 113 was discovered by Japanese researchers at RIKEN Institute in Japan.
The 115 th chemical element was named Moscovium, Mc. The name was chosen in honor of the Moscow region, where is located the Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) in Dubna city. The 115 th element was discovered by Russian scientists from the Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna, Moscow region, Russia, which is an international research center where these experiments were performed.
The chemical symbol with the number 117 was included in the table Mendeleev as the Tennesseen, which shows a recognition of research conducted by specialists in the research elements super-heavy at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, US, and the 118 th element is Oganessiin, discovered by researcher Yuri Oganessian, academician of the Academy of Sciences of Russian Federation, who helped enormously in the discovery and chemical research of this chemical symbol.
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