seaborgium

See also: Seaborgium

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Chemical element
Sg Previous: dubnium (Db)
Next: bohrium (Bh)

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Named for Glenn T. Seaborg.

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seaborgium ‎(uncountable)

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  1. A transuranic chemical element (symbol Sg) with atomic number 106

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Chemical element
Sg Previous: dubnium (Db)
Next: bohrium (Bh)

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seaborgium n ‎(uncountable)

  1. seaborgium

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seaborgium ‎(genitive seaborgiumi, partitive seaborgiumi or seaborgiumit)

  1. seaborgium

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seaborgium

  1. seaborgium

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Inflection of seaborgium (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative seaborgium
genitive seaborgiumin
partitive seaborgiumia
illative seaborgiumiin
singular plural
nominative seaborgium
accusative nom. seaborgium
gen. seaborgiumin
genitive seaborgiumin
partitive seaborgiumia
inessive seaborgiumissa
elative seaborgiumista
illative seaborgiumiin
adessive seaborgiumilla
ablative seaborgiumilta
allative seaborgiumille
essive seaborgiumina
translative seaborgiumiksi
instructive
abessive seaborgiumitta
comitative

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seaborgium m ‎(plural seaborgiums)

  1. seaborgium

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seaborgium n ‎(genitive seaborgiī); second declension

  1. seaborgium

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Second declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative seaborgium seaborgia
genitive seaborgiī seaborgiōrum
dative seaborgiō seaborgiīs
accusative seaborgium seaborgia
ablative seaborgiō seaborgiīs
vocative seaborgium seaborgia

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Chemical element
Sg Previous: dubnium (Db)
Next: bohrium (Bh)

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seaborgium n ‎(genitive singular seaborgia, declension pattern of mesto)

  1. seaborgium (element)

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seaborgium n

  1. seaborgium

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