Japan🇯🇵 has the right to name element 113

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After more than 12 years of creating💥 it, a team of Japanese🇯🇵 scientists have finally met the criteria for naming the synthetic highly radioactive☢ element 113. Lead scientist, Kosuke Morita, said, “Now that we have conclusively demonstrated the existence of element 113, we plan to look👀 to the uncharted territory of element 119 and beyond.” Japonium🇯🇵 might be proposed as element 113’s name, which was provisionally called ununtrium; but Morita said he planned to spend part of the next year to consider a final name. These discoveries have often involved competition 😠amongst scientists, who consider them to be of greater value than an Olympic gold medal🏅. Element 113 lies between copernicium and flerovium and has a very short half-life☢ of less than a 1/1000 of a second🕐, making its discovery difficult to say the least.

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