Article - 18 Dec 2001
Einsteinium is a member of the actinide series of elements. While several isotopes have been identified, it has no known commercial value.
CRAIC Technologies manufactures superior microspectrophotometers for science and industrial applications. We specialize in the UV, visible and NIR regions and pride ourselves in making the finest...
Article - 27 Apr 2020
In this interview Dr. Thomas E. Albrecht-Schmitt talks to AZoM about his research into some of the heaviest elements in chemistry.
Article - 5 Dec 2012
Albert Ghiorso, Gregory R. Choppin, Bernard G. Harvey, Glenn T. Seaborg and Stanley G. Thompson first produced mendelevium at the University of California, Berkeley in 1955.
News - 17 Apr 2015
Thomas Albrecht-Schmitt, a Professor of Chemistry at Florida State University, has discovered that californium is a transitional element that enables the linking of one part of the Periodic Table of...
News - 16 Jul 2020
New research shows that one of the heaviest known elements can be manipulated to a greater degree than previously thought, potentially paving the way for new strategies to recycle nuclear fuel and...
News - 25 Mar 2021
Heavy elements known as the actinides are important materials for medicine, energy, and national defense. But even though the first actinides were discovered by scientists at Berkeley Lab more than 50...
News - 23 Nov 2006
The periodic table of chemical elements hangs in front of chemistry classrooms and in science laboratories worldwide. Yet much was unknown about its history and evolution until now.