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authorGarret Wassermann <gwasser@gmail.com>2016-08-01 20:54:03 (GMT)
committerAlbert Astals Cid <aacid@kde.org>2016-08-01 20:54:35 (GMT)
commit62ad50f65ee3f731f5a31290095b2746ab467575 (patch)
tree0de247bfacdf9d93eba2bb3a7a0706286d7d2125
parent842768de1f222a78e9025606e730fae51e9e3707 (diff)
Update etymology of element Hafnium
Copenhagen was misspelled as "Kopenhagen", changed to correct spelling and added extra information that it was named after Niels Bohr's hometown REVIEW: 128481
-rw-r--r--libscience/data/elements.xml2
1 files changed, 1 insertions, 1 deletions
diff --git a/libscience/data/elements.xml b/libscience/data/elements.xml
index d98fb61..f18ce83 100644
--- a/libscience/data/elements.xml
+++ b/libscience/data/elements.xml
@@ -1757,7 +1757,7 @@
<scalar dataType="xsd:float" dictRef="bo:ionization" units="units:ev">6.8251</scalar>
<scalar dataType="xsd:float" dictRef="bo:electronAffinity" units="units:ev">0</scalar>
<scalar dataType="xsd:float" dictRef="bo:electronegativityPauling" units="boUnits:paulingScaleUnit">1.3</scalar>
- <scalar dataType="xsd:string" dictRef="bo:nameOrigin" xml:lang="en">'Hafnia' is the old name of Kopenhagen (Denmark)</scalar>
+ <scalar dataType="xsd:string" dictRef="bo:nameOrigin" xml:lang="en">Niels Bohr originally predicted the properties of this element before discovery, so it was named after his hometown of 'Hafnia' (the old Latin name of Copenhagen, Denmark)</scalar>
<scalar dataType="xsd:float" dictRef="bo:radiusCovalent" units="units:ang">1.50</scalar>
<scalar dataType="xsd:float" dictRef="bo:radiusVDW" units="units:ang">2.25</scalar>
<array title="color" dictRef="bo:elementColor" size="3" dataType="xsd:float">0.30 0.76 1.00</array>