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lawrencium

 (Lw) [law-ren´se-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 103, atomic weight 257. (See Appendix 6.)

law·ren·ci·um (Lr, Lw),

(law-ren'sē-ŭm),
An artificial transplutonium element; atomic no. 103; atomic wt. 262.11.
[Ernest Orlando Lawrence]

law·ren·ci·um

(lawr-en'sē-ŭm)
An artificial transplutonium element; atomic no. 103; atomic wt. 262.11.
[Ernest Orlando Lawrence]
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