Fermium

Aaron Alvarez

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  • Fermium's atomic number is 100
  • It's atomic mass is 257 u
  • Number of protons is 100
  • Number of neutrons is 157
  • Number of electrons 100
  • Melting point of Fermium 1,527º C
  • It's boiling point is unknown
  • Fermium's normal phase is solid

Uses of Fermium

  • Fermium has no uses outside research.
  • It is not for sale.
  • The element Fermium belongs to the Rare Earth Metal family.

Interesting Facts About Fermium

  • Fermium is named after Enrico Fermi.
  • It was discovered in the fall out of the, "Ivy Mike" ten - megaton nuclear test in the South Pacific in 1952.
  • It is the heaviest synthetic element.
  • It is very difficult to obtain.
  • Highly reactive.
  • When it was discovered, it was kept a secret until 1955 due to the Cold War.

DEADLY AND UNAVAILABLE, FERMIUM IS UNOBTAINABLE!