The element that doesn't exist in nature!


Curium's symbol is Cm and it contains 96 protons and 96 electrons. In it's normal state it is a solid and it's atomic mass is 247 grams. Curium is a metal, it's atomic number is 96, and it belongs to the Actinoids.

Glenn T. Seaborg, Ralph A. James, and Albert Ghiorso disccovered Curium in 1944. It originates from Marie and Pierre Curie because of their work in radioactivity.

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