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  • GSI has already named their officially recognized elements 107 to 111: element 107 is called Bohrium, element 108 Hassium, element 109 Meitnerium, element 110 Darmstadtium, and element 111 is named Roentgenium.

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  • Roentgenium was originally discovered in 1994 when a team at the GSI Helmholtz Centre for Heavy Ion Research in Germany created three atoms of the element.

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  • Roentgenium was named after German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen 1845 - 1923, ridding itself of its temporary name unununium, Roentgen was the first to produce and detect X-rays, on Nov. 8 1895.

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  • They are Darmstadtium, or Ds, which has 110 protons in its nucleus and was named after the town in which it was discovered; Roentgenium, or Rg, with 111 protons, named after the discoverer of X-rays Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen; and Copernicium, or Cn, which has 112 protons and is named after the Polish astronomer Copernicus, who disrupted the view that the Earth was the center of the universe.

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  • Roentgenium, after a modern physicist renamed roentgenium by the General Assembly, was originally discovered in 1994 when a team at GSI created three atoms of the element, about a month after their discovery of darmstadtium, on Dec. 8.

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  • Meitnerium, element 110 Darmstadtium, and element 111 is named Roentgenium.

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  • Three New Elements Named: Darmstadtium, Roentgenium and Copernicium

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  • (element 110), and Roentgenium (element 111). 21 scientists from Germany, Finland, Russia, and Slovakia collaborated in the GSI experiments that lead to the discovery of element 112.

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