cu·ri·um /ˈkjʊrɪəm/ 名詞
n : a radioactive transuranic metallic element; produced by
bombarding plutonium with helium nuclei [syn: Cm, atomic
Atomic number: 96
Atomic weight: (247)
Radioactive metallic transuranic element. Belongs to actinoid series.
Nine known isotopes, Cm-247 has a half-life of 1.64*10^7 years. First
identified by Glenn T. Seaborg and associates in 1944, first produced by
L.B. Werner and I. Perlman in 1947 by bombarding americium-241 with
neutrons. Named for Marie Curie.