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#Didyouknow that the element Nobelium is named after Alfred Nobel? The discovery of the element is disputed. In 1957 a group in Stockholm reported its synthesis, but it could not be replicated. A Russian team were later credited with the discovery, but the Swedish name was kept.

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#Didyouknow that the element Nobelium is named after the founder of the Nobel Prize, Alfred Nobel? Or that he was a global citizen who spoke six languages? Take a quiz to test your knowledge on Alfred Nobel and learn more about his life:

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#IYPT2019 : Since only tiny amounts of nobelium have ever been produced, there are currently no uses for it outside of basic scientific research

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#Didyouknow that the element Nobelium is named after Alfred Nobel? The discovery of the element is disputed. In 1957 a group in Stockholm reported its synthesis, but it could not be replicated. A Russian team were later credited with the discovery, but the Swedish name was kept.

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#Didyouknow that the element Nobelium is named after Alfred Nobel? The discovery of the element is disputed. In 1957 a group in Stockholm reported its synthesis, but it could not be replicated. A Russian team were later credited with the discovery, but the Swedish name was kept.

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Albert Ghiorso holds the Guinness Book of World Records for most elements discovered: Americium Curium Berkelium Californium Einsteinium Fermium Mendelevium Nobelium Lawrencium Rutherfordium Dubnium Seaborgium #IYPT2019  #Bday  @AmerChemSociety 

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Albert Ghiorso holds the Guinness Book of World Records for most elements discovered: Americium Curium Berkelium Californium Einsteinium Fermium Mendelevium Nobelium Lawrencium Rutherfordium Dubnium Seaborgium #IYPT2019  #Bday  @AmerChemSociety 

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Nobelium non-believers: Alfred Nobel's eponymous element was 'first' discovered either in the 1950s or 1960s, in the USSR, Sweden or the USA. Brett F. Thornton & Shawn C. Burdette delve into the ensuing decades of strife over its discovery. #IYPT2019 

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#Physicist Glenn Seaborg was part of research teams that discovered ten elements: #94  plutonium #95  americium #96  curium #97  berkelium #98  californium #99  einsteinium #100  fermium #101  mendelevium #102  nobelium and #106  seaborgium #Bday  #IYPT2019 

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#Physicist Glenn Seaborg was part of research teams that discovered ten elements: #94  plutonium #95  americium #96  curium #97  berkelium #98  californium #99  einsteinium #100  fermium #101  mendelevium #102  nobelium and #106  seaborgium #Bday  #IYPT2019 

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What do Einstein, Curie, Fermi, Rutherford, Bohr and Röntgen all have in common with Alfred Nobel? Alfred Nobel and all the Nobel Laureates mentioned above have a chemical element named after them: Einsteinium, Curium, Fermium, Rutherfordium, Bohrium, Roentgenium and Nobelium.

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A record-setting observation has determined the structure of an atom of nobelium, the heaviest element to be observed in such detail #ResearchHighlight 

#Didyouknow that the element Nobelium is named after Alfred Nobel? The discovery of the element is disputed. In 1957 a group in Stockholm reported its synthesis, but it could not be replicated. A Russian team were later credited with the discovery, but the Swedish name was kept.

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A record-setting observation has determined the structure of an atom of nobelium, the heaviest element to be observed in such detail #ResearchHighlight 

Resonance ionization spectroscopy of nobelium reveals its ground-state transition

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