Golgathium is the first element whose ground state electron configuration contains an electron in a g subshell, making it the first element in the g-block. However, neither lanthanum nor actininum show such a predicted ground state for the f-block, and lie in the transition metals. As expected golgathium's third electron also hangs up. Other elements have access to their g subshells, though not in their ground states.
Most commonly found as a greenish solid metal, Golgathium has a melting point of 600 K and a boiling point of 1259K. Its high conductivity makes it attractive for use as a cable material, however, it's low tensile strength and extreme brittleness make practical application difficult. Alloying it with meitnerium to form Meitnerium Golgathide helps mitigate many of these aspects and the addition of the g subshell make it attactive for use in superconductor applications
The base value of each unit of ranges between 25 and 75Ð per unit, with up to 2 units being found at any one time.
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|Group 4|||Actininum | Areanetium | Borane | Carbon Tetrachloride | Dubnium | Dysprosium | Erbium | Europium | Ferrous Dixenate | |Gadollinium | Golgathium | Holmium | Holmium Sulfate | Iron Golgathide | Neodymium | Praseodymium | Promethium | |Protactinium | Rutherfordium | Samarium | Selenium Arsenide | Terbium | Thallium Titanide | Thulium | Uranium||