unnilhexium
noun Etymology: New Latin, from unnil- (from Latin unus one + nil nothing, zero) + Greek hex six + New Latin -ium — more at one, nil, six Date: 1981 seaborgium

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  • unnilhexium — Symbol: Atomic number: 106 Atomic weight: (263) Half life of 0.9 +/ 0.2 s. Discovered by the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research at Dubna (U.S.S.R.) in June of 1974. Its existence was confirmed by the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and Livermore… …   Elements of periodic system

  • unnilhexium — [yo͞o΄nəlhek′sē əm] n. former term for SEABORGIUM: symbol, Unh …   English World dictionary

  • Unnilhexium — Eigenschaften …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Unnilhexium — Seaborgium Seaborgium Dubniu …   Wikipédia en Français

  • unnilhexium — /yooh nil hek see euhm/, n. Chem., Physics. provisional name for the transuranic element with atomic number 106. Symbol: Unh Also called element 106. [1975 80; < L un(us) ONE + nil nothing + Gk héx SIX + NL ium IUM] * * * …   Universalium

  • unnilhexium — noun seaborgium …   Wiktionary

  • unnilhexium — un·nil·hex·i·um .yün əl hek sē əm n seaborgium symbol Unh …   Medical dictionary

  • unnilhexium — un·nil·hex·i·um …   English syllables

  • unnilhexium — un•nil•hex•i•um [[t]ˌyu nɪlˈhɛk si əm[/t]] n. chem. phs provisional name for the transuranic element with atomic number 106 Symbol: Unh • Etymology: 1975–80; < L ūn(us) one+nīl nothing + Gk héx six+ NL ium ium II …   From formal English to slang

  • unnilhexium — ˌyünəlˈheksēəm noun ( s) Etymology: New Latin, from unnil (from Latin unus one + nil nothing, zero) + Greek hex six + New Latin ium more at one …   Useful english dictionary

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