Seaborgium is expected to behave like other members of Group 6 in the Periodic Table; Molybdenum and Tungsten. Experiments done with compounds of Seaborgium confirm it behaves like other members of Group 6. Seaborgium is radioactive with a very short half life and only a very small amount of Seaborgium has been made. To date it has been used only for scientific study.
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