Nobelium was identified and discovered in 1958 by Ghiorso and co-workers in California.
Nobelium is a radioactive element whose properties are not yet known.
Its most stable isotope has a half-life of only 3 minutes.
Nobelium is named in honour of Alfred Nobel, discoverer of dynamite and founder of the Nobel Prizes.
- Atomic Number: 102
- Atomic Weight: (254)
- Melting Point: not known
- Boiling Point: not known
- Specific Gravity: not known
- Valences: 2, 3
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