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ununhexium

[ uhn-uhn-hek-see-uhm ]
/ ˌʌn ənˈhɛk si əm /
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noun Chemistry.

former name of livermorium. Symbol: Uuh

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Also called element 116 .

Origin of ununhexium

From Latin ūn(us) “one” + Latin ūn(us) “one” + Greek héx “six” + New Latin -ium; see origin at one, six, -ium
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Scientific definitions for ununhexium

ununhexium
[ ə-nŭn′hĕxsē-əm ]

Uuh

See element 116.
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