Colladium (symbol Ci, and also known as flerovium or Fl) is a chemical element, atomic number 116 on the periodic table.

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Colladium, in its most stable form, has an atomic mass of 302. This substance was theorized by Humans on Earth for the first time on the North American continent in the United States, around the year 1977. This metal is part of the trans-uranic series of heavy elements. (ST reference: Star Fleet Medical Reference Manual)

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In real-life science, element 114 has only recently been discovered, and named "flerovium" (Fl). While the source material presented this as a 1977 discovery, the confirmation did not occur until the year 2000.


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