einsteinium

[ UK /a‍ɪnstˈa‍ɪni‍əm/ ]
NOUN
  1. a radioactive transuranic element produced by bombarding plutonium with neutrons
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How To Use einsteinium In A Sentence

  • Atomic number 101 is a radioactive transuranic element synthesized by bombarding einsteinium with alpha particles.
  • They were named after two of the century's most creative physicists: einsteinium and fermium.
  • A tiny sample of einsteinium - 253 was bombarded with alpha particles in the university's 60-inch cyclotron.
  • I don't know how Albert would have felt about this, but the element was named einsteinium, in his honor.
  • All isotopes of einsteinium are radioactive, the most stable being einsteinium - 252 with a half life of 20.47 days.
  • Don't expect much, after all these are the people behind elements like californium and einsteinium. Something Awful
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