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Re: ChalcogenEdit

Must've misread the source. It said ±2, 4, 6. I initially thought the ± referred to all three numbers, but that actually makes no sense. I'll remove it.King Jakob C2 15:06, 14 March 2013 (UTC)

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Hi, I am a native spanish-speaker and until the beginning of 2000s the CH and the Ll were letters of the abecedary in all dialects of Spains, and is know that historically it has been. i hadnt read the works of Antonio Nebrija, but is more clear that could have its origins in medieval Spanish, because that yet currently there much words in Spanish using the Ch joint and Ll in old words as in proper names. silla (chair), chaval (can be from old spanish because had variations in peninsular spanish, as chavo/chavito in mexican spanish), chollo, charco, llavero, infinities of words that are used in books and papers of the colony, ad normally today are used.--Vvven (talk) 21:42, 20 December 2015 (UTC)

our gameEdit

Um. Can't I just take it? I don't see any dirty tricks at play. Double sharp (talk) 12:13, 3 February 2016 (UTC)

Do you want a draw by agreement? I see that my check can be perpetual.Burzuchius (talk) 15:45, 3 February 2016 (UTC)
So, I took the queen... Double sharp (talk) 15:59, 3 February 2016 (UTC)
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Hg and CnEdit

Thank you! From what I see, the most recent Cn (and Fl) predictions are for very volatile and inert elements that nevertheless are still metals and undergo metallic bonding (seen experimentally with Cn–Au and Fl–Au metallic bonds). I would personally bet that the most common oxidation state of Cn will not be +4 but 0. Recent studies incidentally place even the existence of CnF4 in doubt. So stands firmly the periodic table, steering its elements deftly between the twin threats from relativity and quantum mechanics. Double sharp (talk) 13:42, 12 October 2016 (UTC)

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From the site you gave for the Russian proposal of "becquerelium" for element 110Edit

I see the front page of the cite has an animation which looks to have some names that were considered for the transcalifornium elements: I see that 102 (joliotium), 103 (rutherfordium), 104 (kurchatovium), 105 (nielsbohrium) are there exactly as we give, and it looks like we instead have 113 (becquerelium), 114 (dubnium), 115 (langevinium), and 116 (flerovium). Do you know who's there for 112? I can't see the symbol very clearly and I'm slightly ashamed to say that I don't recognise the person. Double sharp (talk) 05:21, 2 February 2018 (UTC)

These names of the elements 113–116 are a proposal of the author of that site (Артём Буслаев) who considered that IUPAC and IUPAP underestimated Soviet research. For 112, he proposed "lavrentium", after Lavrentiy Beria, and for 118, "moscovium" (with the symbol Mw, which suggests the spelling "moscowium"). After IUPAC approval of 112, 114, and 116, Buslayev changed his proposal: 102–105 by Soviet names, 107 as dubnium (so Niels Bohr and Dubna come to be swapped in comparison to the IUPAC version), 106, 108–112, 114, and 116 by IUPAC names. Burzuchius (talk) 09:25, 2 February 2018 (UTC)
Interesting; even if I dislike "lavrentium" as a name (Beria only supervised the project; Kurchatov is a more worthy eponym IMHO; and why does it use his first name?), it is interesting to see how it is close to "lawrencium" (and, indeed, IUPAC considered changing its name to "laurentium" to make it easier to use in other languages).
I do sympathise with his opinion to some extent; I'm not terribly impressed by the standards applied by the most recent JWPs, and I think that if you were accommodating enough you could reasonably give Dubna credit for all of elements 102–108 (and I have voiced that opinion here based on the standards applied for elements 114 and 116). But I would not go that far myself; in fact, I rather agree with the TWG's conclusions (if not the JWP's; for one thing, I still think there is reasonable doubt for elements 115 and 117 at least), and I only think that element 102 should indeed have been renamed to "joliotium". Double sharp (talk) 16:21, 2 February 2018 (UTC)

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DePiep, thank you very much for the barnstar! Burzuchius (talk) 20:54, 16 February 2019 (UTC)

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