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Unbibium is an element, occupying the "G" group in the periodic table. It is believed to be the 122th heaviest element known.[1] It was found in small samples of Thorium in 2008.

  1. a b Marinov, A.; Rodushkin, I.; Kolb, D.; Pape, A.; Kashiv, Y.; Brandt, R.; Gentry, R. V.; Miller, H. W. (2008). "Evidence for a long-lived superheavy nucleus with atomic mass number A=292 and atomic number Z=~122 in natural Th". International Journal of Modern Physics E 19: 131. arXiv:0804.3869. Bibcode 2010IJMPE..19..131M. doi:10.1142/S0218301310014662.