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Name: STEPHANIE
Status: student
Age: 14
Location: N/A
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Date: 1999 


Question:
MY DAUGHTER WHO IS LISTED ABOVE HAS A SCIENCE PROJECT DUE THIS FRIDAY. SHE NEEDS TO FIND OUT EVERYTHING SHE CAN ON THE ELEMENT. #110 UNUNNILIUM. I CAN ONLY FIND VERY LITTLE ON THIS ELEMENT. ONE OF THE THINGS SHE NEEDS IS WHAT IT IS USED FOR AND IS IT AN ISOTOPE AND IF SO WHAT IS THE % BREAKDORW OF SAME. NICE 8TH GRADE TOPIC


Replies:
See

http://chemserv.bc.edu/web-elements/Uun.html

http://www.pmel.org/HandBook/PeriodicTable/110.htm

http://wulff.mit.edu/pt/Uun.html

Tim Mooney



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