Weird and wonderful

12th October 2007 at 01:00
Of the 118 chemical elements in the periodic table, 92 are found naturally on Earth, while the remainder are "synthetic elements" that have been artificially produced in laboratory conditions. One, ununseptium (117), has not yet been discovered or produced but is known to exist, hence its place in the table. It is expected to be a solid.

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