What is mendelevium?


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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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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