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Did you know, there are only two scientists who have had the chance to have the name of an element be christened after them during their lives. They are Glenn Seaborg – after whom the 106th element Seaborgium is named – and Yuri Oganessian – after whom the 118th element Oganesson is named. Scientists even found ways of naming elements after their homelands, as a memorial. We are already aware of the elements francium, germanium, americanium and scandium. However, there are more. Nihonium was named after Japan – Nihon stands for the land of the rising sun. Ruthenium was named after Russia, Ruthenia stands for Russia in Latin. Similarly, Gallium was named after France since Gallia stands for France in Latin.
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