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January 5, 2016 AT 5:00 pm

Four new elements added to periodic table, filling out the chart’s seventh row

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Four new elements discovered and added to the periodic table. via geekwire

The scientific body in charge of chemistry’s periodic table has verified the discoveries of four elements – completing the seventh row of the century-old chart.

For now, the elements are known as ununtrium (Element 113), ununpentium (Element 115), ununseptium (Element 117) and ununoctium (Element 118). It’ll be up to the newly recognized discoverers to propose the officlal names. The numbers denote how many protons are in the element’s nucleus.

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