The Radioactive Element Is At It Again!
Its chemical symbol is "Cf". Named Californium after University of California in Berkeley where it was formed. Historically and commonly known as Californium with no slang terms.
First Arresting Officer:
Stanley Thompson, Kenneth Street Jr., Albert Ghiorso, and Glenn Seaborg were a team of scientists working at The University Of California in Berkeley, California. They explained that it was a lot of long days of work that really paid off in the end.
Report of First Arrest:
The element was discovered in 1950 by firing helium nuclei at curium-242. This created the element Californium which was extremely radioactive because of the curium. It became the substance used to identify gold and silver.
In the group Actinides on the Periodic Table. Not much is known about where it comes from other than California.
Unfortunately there isn't much information about who Californium affiliates with because it is a very toxic material. However, this material has a moderate amount of reactivity. Therefore, Californium reacts to oxygen, sulfur, nitrogen, hydrogen, halogens, and water.
This substance is highly radioactive in its pure form!
There were no books where I was able to gather information.