Two words: heavy metal.
Düllmann and his colleagues say their findings, published today (May 1) in the journal Physical Review Letters, are a step
Even heavier atoms than those of element 115 have been produced although most of them still lack experimental verification. Is there a limit to how heavy atoms can get? The answer is still a matter of active research. According to some scientists the absolute limit lies at element 137.
The periodic table of the elements has grown ever since the first version was published by Dmitri Mendeleev in 1869. And
The ubiquitous periodic table will soon have a new addition - the "super-heavy" element 112. Read more on BBC News