|Origin of Name
||After Alfred Nobel, the physicist after
whom the Nobel Prize is named
|Date and Place of Discovery
||First shythesized in April 1958 at the University of California at Berkeley
||Albert Ghiorso, Torbjorn Sikkeland,
Glenn T. Seaborg, and John R. Walton
||No known compounds
- Little is known about it.
- Only a small amount has been produced.
||There are no known uses outside the laboratory for research purposes.