|Atomic mass||262 amu|
|Date of discovery||1970|
|Name of discoverer||Albert Ghiorso|
|Name origin||After Dubna, Russia.|
|Uses||Dubnium has no known uses.|
Dubnium is an artificially produced radioactive element. The atomic weight of nine known isotopes range from 255 to 263; the longest-lived isotope, dubnium 268 has a half-life of 32 hours. Dubnium is very unstable and little is known about it.
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