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. The elements with atomic numbers of 93 or greater are referred to as the _________ elements.

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

To determine the name of the elements which has atomic number greater than 93.

Concept Introduction:

The atomic number is equal to the number of protons and electrons in the ground state. The mass number is equal to the sum of protons and neutrons. The atomic number of Sulphur, S is 16 and the number of protons is also 16. The elements has atomic number greater than 93 are known as synthetic element. The element which are not present at earth naturally they are created artificially are known as synthetic element.

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The elements present with atomic number more than 93 are known as synthetic elements. The name synthetic indicates the production of these elements in synthetic conditions such as artificially in lab. Eg- Np, Pu, Am etc. these elements not found naturally...

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