Transuranium Elements, chemical elements with an atomic number greater than 92, the atomic number of uranium. The elements with atomic numbers 93 through 103 are actinide elements; those with an atomic number greater than 103 are known as transactinide elements.
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Have you seen investigators on crime shows who spray some stuff on a "clean" carpet and suddenly -- blood stains! Well, of all the fictional technology on TV, it turns out this stuff is real! Find out how luminol reveals the blood.