Can the Universe have unknown elements?
It is definitely possible, but in a very hot and active part of the universe. In order to discover these elements, there would have to be a lot of waiting for these elements to form. Our solar system isn’t active enough, and a nebula would be the best place to look.
How many elements could there be in the Universe?
There are 114 known elements in the known universe. A majority of the universe is made of the gases hydrogen and helium. The two most recent elements, Flerovium and Livermorium were added to the periodic table May 31, 2012; they are synthetically made (or man-made), and only last a few seconds.
Are there elements that don’t exist on Earth?
But when we look at the full gamut of elements in the periodic table, there’s one missing that you might have expected to be there: the 43rd one, Technetium, a shiny, gray metal as dense as lead with a melting point of over 3,000 °F, that simply doesn’t occur naturally on our world.
- Can the Universe have unknown elements?
- How many elements could there be in the Universe?
- Are there elements that don’t exist on Earth?
- What is the rarest element in the world?
- What is the most rare element in the universe?
- What’s the hardest thing in the universe?
- What is the purest element?
- What is the strangest element?
- What is the rarest star in the universe?
- What is the second rarest element on Earth?
- Is gold rare in the universe?
- What is diamond planet?
- How much gold is on Moon?
- Will we run out of gold?
- Will we ever run out of water?
- Who owns the most gold privately?
- Is there gold on the moon?
- Which planet is rich in gold?
- Is it legal to mine the moon?
- How much gold is in the sun?