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Seaborgium

Sg

About the Display: This shirt was generously donated to the University of Toledo Chemistry Department by Distinguished UT Graduate Dr. Nina McClelland who personally received the signed shirt from Glenn Seaborg himself! Glenn Seaborg was an American nuclear chemist who won a Nobel Prize for his work in isolating and identifying transuranium (heavier than uranium) metals. The element of Seaborgium was named after him. 

*Shirt worn by former ICenter TA and University of Toledo alumna, Veronica Livingstone, PhD

Contributor: Nina McClelland

Glenn Seaborg

Glenn Seaborg

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Symbol: Sg

Atomic Number: 106

Atomic Mass: 269 u

Electron Configuration: [Rn] 5f146d47s2 

Year Discovered: 1974

Discovered By: Albert Ghiorso and colleagues

Last Updated: 6/27/22