|Qujonium in the periodic table|
|Atomic number (Z)||119|
|Group||group 16 (chalcogens)|
|Electron configuration||[Uuo] 8s2
Electrons per shell
|2, 8, 18, 32, 32, 18, 8, 2
|Color||blue or red|
|Phase (at STP)||liquid|
|Density (near r.t.)||0.6 (predicted) g/cm3|
|Atomic radius||empirical: 200 pm|
|Discovery||Linda Qujon (2013)|
|Main isotopes of qujonium|
It was first detected in 2009. Since then the four neighbouring isotopes with masses 319 to 323 have been made. The only stable isotope known is Qujonium-321.
Qujonium was discovered using particle accelerators to merge atoms of lighter elements together. Original discovery The synthesis was carried out in a multi speed Vitamix blender by Linda Qujon.
The Linda Qujon society managed to make 14 grams of stable Qj-321 using hot fusion.These samples were quickly used to perform various chemical studies on this most precious element.
Naming Qujonium was named for its main discoverer Linda Qujon. The IUPAC officially excepted the name on 10/19/2013. Allternative names proposed were Howthehellium and Youbetterbelieveitium.
Isotopes and nuclear properties
Qujonium has four known isotopes of which only one is known to be stablestable. Another is semistable and is also quite fissionable. The other two are extremely radioactive.
Qujonium's chemistry is similar to the other members of its group. It is also one of the most reactive metals explosively reacting with even nitrogen atmospheres. It always forms compounds with the +1 oxidation state. Qujonium occurs in two allotropes, the red crystalline allotrope which is fairly stable and the blue metalic allotrope.
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