Atomic Number of Seaborgium

Seaborgium Atomic Number

Atomic Number of Seaborgium is 106.

Chemical symbol for Seaborgium is Sg. Number of protons in Seaborgium is 106. Atomic weight of Seaborgium is 269 u or g/mol. Melting point of Seaborgium is unknown and its the boiling point is unknown.

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About Seaborgium

Seaborgium is among the relatively newly discovered chemical elements, which was artificially produced in the labs of the University of California in the mid 1970s. It was named after an American scientist Glenn Seaborg who studied radioactive metals and received the Noble Prize in chemistry for his achievelemnts. There is no seaborgium in nature and it is very toxic and highly radioactive. There were only a few atoms of this element ever produced by the humanity, and those were used with the purposes of scientific research only.

Properties of Seaborgium Element

Atomic Number (Z)106
Atomic SymbolSg
Atomic Weight269 u
Density35 g/cm3
Melting Point (K)unknown
Melting Point (℃)unknown
Boiling Point (K)unknown
Boiling Point (℃)unknown
Heat Capacity
Abundance0 mg/kg
State at STP
DescriptionTransition metal
Electronegativity (Pauling) χ
Ionization Energy (eV)
Atomic Radius
Covalent Radius
Valence Electrons
Year of Discovery1974

What is the Boiling Point of Seaborgium?

Seaborgium boiling point is unknown. Boiling point of Seaborgium in Kelvin is unknown.

What is the Melting Point of Seaborgium?

Seaborgium melting point is unknown. Melting point of Seaborgium in Kelvin is unknown.

When was Seaborgium Discovered?

Seaborgium was discovered in 1974.