Author: Jan Scholten
The name is derived from the word ‘technical’, because it is an artificially created element that does not exist in a natural form, which is quite unusual for an element with a relatively low atomic number. It was first created in 1937 by bombarding Molybdenum with small particles. The fact that this element cannot be found in nature is no doubt associated with the impossibility of its theme: to practice [Stage 7] creativity [Silver series].
The metal is silvery grey, slightly paramagnetic and superconductive below 11 degrees Kelvin.