Translation of curium in Spanish:


curio, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkjʊriəm/ /ˈkjʊərɪəm/


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    curio masculine
    • The lifetimes of the first ‘transuranium’ elements - such as plutonium, curium and californium - were very close to the values predicted by the liquid-drop model.
    • Release of plutonium, americium and curium could occur from laboratory or industrial accidents.
    • It is prepared artificially by bombarding curium with alpha particles in a particle accelerator.
    • All isotopes of curium are radioactive with curium - 247 having the longest half life, about 16 million years.
    • Kept secret until after the war, they were respectively called americium and curium.