I was checking distances which got me nowhere.
The first four numbers are Atomic masses of Sodium, Neodymium, Aluminium and Yttrium respectively.
Using their chemical symbols gives me Na, Nd, Al, and Y, which looks suspiciously like Nandaly.
Well done, it is indeed Nandaly. The clue did get a 'reaction' after all.
The second (alternative) clue uses the co-ordinates (Groups=columns, Periods=rows) of the elements in the periodic table.
G1A,P3; Group 1A Period 3 = Sodium (Na) 60; Atomic number of Neodymium (It sits outside the main group/period structure) G3A,P3; Group 3A Period 3 = Aluminium (Al) G3B,P5; Group 3B Period 5 = Yttrium (Y).