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Bohrium

Description & History
Presumably a metal solid at 298 K, color unknown, but probably metallic and silvery white or grey in appearance. Bohrium is a synthetic element that is not present in the environment at all. The German discoverers at GSI proposed the name Nielsbohrium (symbol Ns) after Niels Bohr. IUPAC are happy to name an element after Bohr but suggest bohrium (Bh) on the grounds that the first name of a person does not appear in the names of any other element named after a person. This seems to have been accepted by all concerned.
Element

SymbolBh
Z 0
Atomic Weight -1.99985075
Density 0.
Edge Energies
(keV)
K 2.10053062
L1 2.33094978
L2 2.00911665
L3 2.33094978
M 2.0189085
K-alpha -1.99987841
K-beta 3.84069371
L-alpha -1.99986362
L-beta 2.10064292
Edge jumps

Edge jumps can not be calculated for z < 10
Fluorescence
yield
K 2.01948357
L1 1.40129846E-45
L2 2.0189085
L3 -1.99987841

Alphabetical List of Elements

  Actinium(Ac) Europium(Eu) Neodymium(Nd) Silicon(Si)
  Aluminum(Al) Fermium(Fm) Neon(Ne) Silver(Ag)
  Americium(Am) Fluorine(F) Neptunium(Np) Sodium(Na)
  Antimony(Sb) Francium(Fr) Nickel(Ni) Strontium(Sr)
  Argon(Ar) Gadolinium(Gd) Niobium(Nb) Sulfur(S)
  Arsenic(As) Gallium(Ga) Nitrogen(N) Tantalum(Ta)
  Astatine(At) Germanium(Ge) Nobelium(No) Technetium(Tc)
  Barium(Ba) Gold(Au) Osmium(Os) Tellurium(Te)
  Berkelium(Bk) Hafnium(Hf) Oxygen(O) Terbium(Tb)
  Beryllium(Be) Hassium(Hs) Palladium(Pd) Thallium(Tl)
  Bismuth(Bi) Helium(He) Phosphorus(P) Thorium(Th)
  Bohrium(Bh) Holmium(Ho) Platinum(Pt) Thulium(Tm)
  Boron(B) Hydrogen(H) Plutonium(Pu) Tin(Sn)
  Bromine(Br) Indium(In) Polonium(Po) Titanium(Ti)
  Cadmium(Cd) Iodine(I) Potassium(K) Tungsten(W)
  Calcium(Ca) Iridium(Ir) Praseodymium(Pr) Ununbium(Uub)
  Californium(Cf) Iron(Fe) Promethium(Pm) Ununhexium(Uuh)
  Carbon(C) Krypton(Kr) Protactinium(Pa) Ununnilium(Uun)
  Cerium(Ce) Lanthanum(La) Radium(Ra) Ununoctium(Uuo)
  Cesium(Cs) Lawrencium(Lr) Radon(Rn) Ununquadium(Uuq)
  Chlorine(Cl) Lead(Pb) Rhenium(Re) Unununium(Uuu)
  Chromium(Cr) Lithium(Li) Rhodium(Rh) Uranium(U)
  Cobalt(Co) Lutetium(Lu) Rubidium(Rb) Vanadium(V)
  Copper(Cu) Magnesium(Mg) Ruthenium(Ru) Xenon(Xe)
  Curium(Cm) Manganese(Mn) Rutherfordium(Rf) Ytterbium(Yb)
  Dubnium(Db) Meitnerium(Mt) Samarium(Sm) Yttrium(Y)
  Dysprosium(Dy) Mendelevium(Md) Scandium(Sc) Zinc(Zn)
  Einsteinium(Es) Mercury(Hg) Seaborgium(Sg) Zirconium(Zr)
  Erbium(Er) Molybdenum(Mo) Selenium(Se)


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