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Re: New element names

December 19, 2016 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 94, ISSUE 49

Online readers were in an excited state over final IUPAC names for elements 113, 115, 117, and 118.
cenm.ag/newelements

Look how satisfyingly square the periodic table is now! Please stop creating elements now. Thank you.
WHS Chemistry (@Chemistry_WHS) via Twitter

Wow! I hadn’t realized how soon we’d need a new row. And it’s going to be a ridiculously long row, isn’t it?
Steuard Jensen (@steuard) via Twitter

Finally! More periodic table jokes! “Call me the 7th noble gas, cuz I’m Og.” “Call me element 115, cuz I’m the Mc.”
Joseph Josephi (@JoeJosephi) via Twitter

Will the 2017 periodic table blanket include them?
Joseph Thiebes via Facebook


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