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seaborgium

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noun sea·borg·i·um \sē-ˈbȯr-gē-əm\

Definition of seaborgium

  1. :  a short-lived radioactive element that is produced artificially — see element table



Origin and Etymology of seaborgium

New Latin, from Glenn T. Seaborg


First Known Use: 1994


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seaborgium

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noun sea·borg·i·um \sē-ˈbȯr-gē-əm\

Medical Definition of seaborgium

  1. :  a short-lived radioactive element that is artificially produced—symbol Sg; see element table




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