Upper Limit of the Periodic Table and the Future Superheavy Elements
Controversy surrounds the isolation and stability of the future transactinoid elements (after oganesson) in the periodic table. A single conclusion has not yet been drawn for the highest possible atomic number, though there are several theoretical as well as experimental results regarding this. In this article, the scientiﬁc backgrounds of those upcoming super-heavy elements (SHE) and their proposed electronic characters are brieﬂy described.
Volume 27 | Issue 6