Plutonium is a radioactive, metallic, chemical element.
It has the symbol Pu and the atomic number 94.
It is the element used in most modern nuclear weapons.
The most important, albeit not most stable, isotope of plutonium is 239Pu, with a half-life of 24,110 years.
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