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Atomic Number: 106

Protons: 106

Electrons: 106

Neutrons: 160

Average Atomic Mass: 266

Isotopes: No isotopes known

Discovery: Seaborgium was discovered by Albert Ghiorso with other scientists in 1974 at The Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory in Livermore, California.

Name: Seaborgium was named after Glenn Seaborg an American nuclear chemist and Nobel Prize winner.

Uses: This element has no known uses.

Interesting Facts: It is not found in any environment at all.

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