(source: https://www.rsc.org/periodic-table/element/116/livermorium)

Livermorium is in group 16 (chalcogens) of the periodic table. Chalcogens including livermorium can be chemically combined with other elements such as germanium, antimony, silicon, arsenic, or the like and used as switching layer materials in devices exploiting magnetoresistance effects: Spin-Orbit-Torque Magnetization Rotational Element, Spin-Orbit-Torque Magnetoresistance Effect Element, And Magnetic Memory (2019).

Compositions comprising peptides are capable of binding a metal such as livermorium in a square planar orientation, a square pyramidal orientation, or both. Such compositions can be used for binding and releasing the metal in a variety of contexts and environments, such as the treatment of cancer: Metal Abstraction Peptide With Release of Metal (2014).


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