Nobelio . It is a synthetic element produced in the laboratory. Its decay is carried out by emission of alpha particles, that is, a doubly charged helium ion. To date, only atomic quantities of the element have been produced. Nobelium is the tenth element heavier than synthetically produced uranium and the thirteenth member of the actinides, a series of elements similar to rare earths.
Effects of Nobelium on health
The Nobelium does not occur in nature . It has not yet been found in the earth’s crust, and it is so unstable that any formed quantity would decompose into other elements very quickly. Therefore, there is no reason to consider its effects on health .
Environmental effects of Nobelium
Due to its extremely short half-life, there is no reason to consider the effects of Nobelium on the environment.