The periodic table
Elements that complete seventh row of periodic table will be named nihonium, moscovium, tennessine and oganesson
Now that the names of the last four elements of the seventh row of the periodic table have been confirmed, we look at the how they got them
Henry Moseley’s discovery changed the face of the periodic table before his untimely death
How do you make a new element, how can you make sure you’ve really made it and what kit do you need?
The proposed names of the four new elements have been released. Find out what they are in our live coverage.
The four new elements confirmed in January are to be named nihonium, moscovium, tennessine and oganesson
Bringing history to the table
New elements mean more than just new names
A technological leap may be called for to expand the number of elements in existence