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Subject: Why are the man-made elements so unstable?

Date: Wed Oct 28 10:32:43 1998
Posted by Jeremy Rees
Grade level: 7-9
School: King Middle School
City: Milton State/Province: Fl
Country: U.S.A.
Area of science: Chemistry
ID: 909592363.Ch

    To whom it may concern:
                  My name is Jeremy Rees. I am in advance science in Mrs.  DeVane's science class at King Middle School. I live in Milton, Fl, in   American Farms. I am in the 8th grade and it is hard. We are studing   elements and atoms right now.
                  My question is, Why are the man-made elements so unstable? Also,why do they consider it an element if it don't last long enough to study?
                  Thank you for your time to anwser my question that I have asked you. I hope you anwser it for me because I like to study and learn about elements.
                                                                    Thanks again,
                                                                     Jeremy Rees

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