Livermorium

Atomic Number:116Atomic Radius:empirical: 183 pm (predicted)[3]
Atomic Symbol:LvMelting Point:637–780 K ​(364–507 °C, ​687–944 °F)
Atomic Weight:293Boiling Point:1035–1135 K ​(762–862 °C, ​1403–1583 °F) (extrapolated)[2]
Electron Configuration:[Rn] 7s7p4 5f14 6d10(predicted)[1]Oxidation States:−2,[4] +2, +4 ​(predicted)[1]

History

Livermorium is a synthetic element with the symbol Lv and an atomic number of 116.

It was first reported by Russian scientists from Dubna (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research) in 2000. Its former name was ununhexium and the name Livermorium name was adopted by IUPAC on May 31, 2012.