The name proposed by IUPAC for the chemical element of atomic number 105, now called dubnium. See also hahnium.
- In 1994 the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry recommended the name joliotium for Element 105.
- Consequently, hahnium has a chance of rejoining the periodic table, and even the French joliotium might make into the pantheon.
- The originally proposed names of these elements by IUPAC were, in order, dubnium, joliotium, rutherfordium, bohrium, hahnium, and meiterium.
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