119. Ununennium - Elementymology & Elements Multidict

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119
Ununennium
Ununennium – Ununennium – Ununennium – Ununennio – – Унуненний –
Uue
Multilingual dictionary

Indo-European
Ununennium Latin

— Germanic
Ununennium Afrikaans
Ununennium Danish
Ununennium German
Ununennium English
Ununennium Faroese
Ununennium Frisian (West)
Ununennín Icelandic
Ununennium Luxembourgish
Ununennium Dutch
Ununennium Norwegian
Ununennium Swedish

— Italic
Ununennio Aragonese
Ununenniu Asturian
Ununocti Catalan
Ununennio Spanish
Ununennium French
Ununennium Friulian
Ununennio Galician
Ununennio Italian
Ununennium Portuguese
Ununenniu Romanian - Moldovan

— Slavic
Ununennij[um] Bosnian
Ununennium Czech
Ununennium Polish
Унуненний [Ununennij] Russian
Ununennium Slovak
Ununennij Slovenian
Унуненній [Ununennij] Ukrainian

— Baltic

— Celtic
Ununenniwm Welsh

— Other Indo-European
Ununennium [] Greek
Ununennium[i] Albanian

— Indo-Iranian/Iranian
Унуненний [] Tajik

— Indo-Iranian/Indo-Aryan

Finno-Ugric
Ununennium Estonian
Ununennium Finnish
Ununennium Hungarian
Унуненний [Ununennij] Komi
Унуненний [Ununennij] Mari
Ununennium Võro

Altaic
Ununenniyum Turkish
Ununenniy Uzbek

Other (Europe)
Ununennio Basque

Afro-Asiatic
Ununennju Maltese

Sino-Tibetan
Ununenni Vietnamese

Malayo-Polynesian
Ununennyo Cebuano
Ununennium Indonesian
Ununennium Māori
Ununennium Malay

Other Asiatic

Africa
Ununenniamo Sesotho
Ununenni Swahili

North-America

South-America

Creole

Artificial
Ununennio Esperanto

New names
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Artificial radioactive element
melting point -- °C; -- °F
boiling point -- °C; -- °F
density -- g/cc; -- pounds/cubic foot
The synthesis of element 119 was attempted in 1985
un-un-en-ium = 1-1-9-ium (IUPAC systematic element name)

History & Etymology

The synthesis of element 119 was attempted in 1985 by bombarding a target of einsteinium-254 with calcium-48 ions at the superHILAC accelerator at Berkeley, California. No atoms were identified, leading to a limiting yield of 300 nb.

It is highly unlikely that this reaction will be useful given the extremely difficult task of making sufficient amounts of Es-254 to make a large enough target to increase the sensitivity of the experiment to the required level, due to the rarity of the element, and extreme rarity of the isotope.

Further reading

Sources Index of Persons Index of Alleged Elements