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Bohemium was the name assigned to the element with atomic number 93, now known as neptunium. It was named after Bohemia.[1][2]

The discovery took place in 1934 and it was published shortly after Enrico Fermi claimed the discovery of element 93 , which he called ausonium. Both discoveries where proven wrong after the discovery of nuclear fission in 1938. But even before that time the discovery was reviewed with a negative outcome.[3][4][5]

The discovery of the element, now discredited,[6] was made by Odolen Koblic a Czech engineer.[7]

References

  1. ^ Stern, A. (1934). "The new element bohemium the origin of proto-actinium". Journal of the Society of Chemical Industry 53: 581. doi:10.1002/jctb.5000533104.  
  2. ^ Koblic, Odolen (1934). ".". Chemiker Zeitung 58: 683.  
  3. ^ Noddack, Ida (1934). "Über das Element 93". Angewandte Chemie 47: 653. doi:10.1002/ange.19340473707.  
  4. ^ Speter, M. (1934). "BOHEMIUM--AN OBITUARY". Science 80: 588. doi:10.1126/science.80.2086.588-a. PMID 17798409.  
  5. ^ Sime, Ruth Lewin (2000). "The Search for Transuranium Elements and the Discovery of Nuclear Fission". Physics in Perspective 2 (1): 48–62. doi:10.1007/s000160050036.  
  6. ^ Koblic, Odolen (1934). ".". Chemiker Zeitung 58: 683.  
  7. ^ "A New Radioactive Element beyond Uranium". Nature 134: 55. 1934. doi:10.1038/134055b0.  

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