Element 113

Why haven't you listed element 113? It was discovered and submitted back in 1971 by two teams: one from Canada and one from China. China registered first, by ~48 hours.

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well isnt element 113 a man made element as all the 3 leter elemtnts? (110-118) and i see that a few sites havnt listen element 113

Re: Element 113

[quote="KitBalmer"]Why haven't you listed element 113? It was discovered and submitted back in 1971 by two teams: one from Canada and one from China. China registered first, by ~48 hours.[/quote]

Hi
I don't have a reference to the claims you mention but ultimately it is IUPAC that accepts, or not, claims ot new elements so clearly those you quote were not accepted.

You can read about new elements at [url]http://www.iupac.org/general/FAQs/elements.html[/url]

Yeah, yeah, listen to [b]WebElements[/b].

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