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Neutronium is the name of a theoretical element composed mainly of neutrons. The name nilium and the symbol n was given as the temporary name and symbol of the predicted radioactive element. The element was suggested by Andreas von Antropoffin 1926 (before the neutron was officially discovered). Read more...

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