• Name: Bohrium

  • Symbol: Bh

  • Number of Energy Levels: 7

  • Electrons on the outer energy level: 2

  • Atomic Number: 107

  • Atomic Mass: 270.0 Amu

  • Protons / Electrons: 107

  • Neutrons: 155

  • Density: 37.1 g/cm3

  • Classification: Transition Metal

Top 10 interesting facts about Bohrium

  • Bohrium was discovered in 1976 by Peter Armbruster, Gottfried Munzenber and other scientists. Bohrium was named after the Danish physicist Niels Bohr.
  • Bohrium's melting and boiling points are unknown.
  • Bohrium is a man made and radioactive element.
  • Bohrium can not be found in nature.
  • Bohrium has many known isotopes with atomic masses ranging between 260 to 275.
  • 270-Bohrium is the most stable isotope of bohrium with a halflife of 61 seconds.
  • Bohrium behaves as the heavier homologue to rhenium.
  • Bohrium is used for research purposes only.
  • Bohrium was proposed to be named nielsbohrium initially.
  • The name bohrium was internationally adopted and recognized in 1997.