Subject: Why does the element Tc not exist in nature?
Date: Fri Jun 23 14:23:49 2000
Posted by Heidy Tilsner
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: Riverside Secondary
City: Coquitlam State/Province: B.C.
Area of science: Chemistry
All of the other synthetic elements are transuranium. It is quite simple
to explain to students why they don't exist naturally. Tc however has a
low atomic number/mass and is flanked by stable elements. What is
'special' about the nucleus of Technitium?
Re: Why does the element Tc not exist in nature?
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