Did you know that chemical element 110 was first created in 1994? The name of this element is darmstadtium (Ds). It is named after the city where the research team that discovered the element is located, Darmstadt, Germany. This element does not occur naturally and is made by fusing the atoms of two smaller elements together. It is extremely unstable; the longest-lasting version of this element only exists for 10 seconds before decaying or breaking apart.
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Many research teams around the world tried synthesizing element 110. These teams had their own suggestions for the name for this element. Suggested names included hahnium and becquerelium.
Darmstadtium’s characteristics have not been studied. However, scientists have made predictions based on its location in the periodic table. Scientists theorize that darmstadtium would be a noble metal like other group 10 elements such as platinum and nickel. Under normal conditions, darmstadtium would be a solid and have very high density (about 34.8 g/cm3).