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roentgenium Line breaks: roent|gen|ium
Pronunciation: /rʌntˈdʒɛnɪum/
/rəːntˈdʒɛnɪum/ /rɒntˈdʒɛnɪum/ /rʌntˈɡɛnɪum/ /rəːntˈɡɛnɪum/

Definition of roentgenium in English:


The chemical element of atomic number 111, a radioactive element produced artificially. (Symbol: Rg)


Early 21st century: named after Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen (see roentgen).

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