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Hot news: elements 113 and 115 are claimed. see this page for more details.
Note that element 117 (ununseptium) and element 118 (ununoctium) are not known, but are included in the
table to show their expected positions. A team of scientists that announced in 1999 the observation of what appeared
to be Element 118 has retracted its original paper after several confirmation experiments failed to reproduce the results.
Please see this page for more details.
Element 110 now has a name: Darmstadtium with symbol Ds
Element 111 now has a proposed name: Roentgenium with symbol Rg
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