Malium or tri-Boylium (systematic name triennbium (Teb) is the hypothetical chemical element with the symbol Mi and atomic number 392. It is the g8 coordinate or simply Boylium family. This element is named after the Mali, country in West Africa. It is not found in nature and it can only be created inside a laboratory. Malium's isotopes very unstable. The most stable, 1200Mi half-life is 9.3 nanoseconds (9.3x10-8 seconds). Template:Elements

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