Mendelevium?

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Mendelevium is used to find out some of the chemical properties of an element while in an aqueous solution. It is a harmful, synthetic, highly radioactive metal that is not found in nature. It has 16 isotopes.
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256Md has been used to find out some of the chemical properties of the element Mendelevium, while in an aqueous solution. There are no other uses of mendelevium and only trace amounts
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Mendelevium: Symbol: Md, Atomic Number: 101, Atomic Mass: 258.099, Type: Actinoid,
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The element mendelevium was discovered in 1955 by Albert Ghiorso. Mendelevium is a
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Mendelevium has not practical uses; it is important only for studies in nuclear physics and nuclear chemistry laboratories.
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Mendelevium is a man made element and has only been made in trace amounts. There are no commercial uses for the element mendelevium at this time. You can find more information here: http://www.webelements.com/mendelevium/electronegativity.html
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