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has the symbol No and is a radioactive metallic element with an
atomic number of 102. is in the actinide series being labeled as one
of the transuranium elements. The element is named after Alfred Bernhard Nobel,
the Swedish inventor and philanthropist.
Nobelium can be found when produced artificially in a laboratory.
Discovery of the element was first claimed in 1957 by scientific groups in the
United States, Great Britain, and Sweden, but the first confirmed ...

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