supertransuranics

supertransuranics

[¦sü·pər‚tranz·yu̇′ran·iks]
(inorganic chemistry)
A group of relatively stable elements, with atomic numbers around 114 and mass numbers around 298, that are predicted to exist beyond the present periodic table of known elements.
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Among winning attributes are it's multiple usability purposes including power generation, plutonium consumption, processing of long-lived supertransuranics accumulated in the radwastes of reactors of any type, and production of isotopes.