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Is Feynmanium the last chemical element that can physically exist? That is, what are the chemical consequences of having an element with an atomic number above 137, whose 1s electrons must travel faster than the speed of light?

Is Feynmanium the last chemical element that can physically exist? That is, what are the chemical consequences of having an element with an atomic number above 137, whose 1s electrons must travel faster than the speed of light?

 

Grade:12th pass

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
4 years ago
It was presumed that Feynmanium is the last element to exists as after the Bohr’s atomic modelling and if it has been though that the elemnts if exists after 137 atoic number would have the velocity greater than the speed of light.
But it is just impossible to rely on that but Feynmanium ccould be regarded as the fastest chemcial reactive element of all. 

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