Propriedades

CAS Number7440-40-6
PubChem CID23971
Raio atómico170
Volume atômico16,7
Massa atômica[247]
Blocof
Ponto de ebulição2.900
Bulk Modulus
CategoriaActinóides
Estrutura cristalinaHexagonal simples
Cor
Raio covalente-
Densidade14,78
Electrical Resistivity
Configuração eletrônica[Rn] 5f9 7s2
Elétrons por nível2, 8, 18, 32, 27, 8, 2
Eletronegatividade1,3
Electrons97
Grupona
Entalpia de fusãona
Entalpia de vaporizaçãona
Potencial de ionização6,198
Magnetic Ordering
Magnetic Susceptibility
Massa[247]
Mass Number97
Ponto de fusão986
NomeBerqueélio
Nêutrons150
Número atómico247
Estados de oxidação3, 4
Período7
Estado da matériaSólido
Poisson Ratio
Prótons97
Shear Modulus
Calor específico-
SímboloBk
Condutividade térmica0,1
Van der Waals radius
Young's Modulus
Abundância
Abundância na Crosta Terrestrena
Abundância no Universona
Bk Berqueélio 97 (247) 7 f 97 986.0 [Rn] 5f9 7s2 2 8 18 32 27 8 2 14.0 None Unknown 1.3 {"1":"601"} 601 +3,4 10.0 1 1379 y 1991.y AlphaEmission Solid, Actinide, Radioactive, Synthetic BURK-li-em Synthetic radioactive metal. It has no significant commercial applications. Some compounds have been made and studied. Made by bombarding americium with alpha particles. imXT9QwRzks Berkelium
Mercury was known to the ancient Chinese and Indians and has been found in Egyptian tombs dating back to about 1500 BC.

Alchemists thought of mercury as the First Matter from which all metals were formed.

They believed that different metals could be produced by varying the quality and quantity of sulfur contained within the mercury. From the Latin word hydrargyrum meaning liquid silver 97 1949 Glenn T. Seaborg, Stanley G. Thompson, Albert Ghiorso USA Named after "Berkeley", a city in California, home of the University of California, USA

Isotopes of Mercury

Standard Atomic Weight

Isótopos Estáveis

Isótopos Instáveis

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Mercúrio e muito dos seus compostos são altamente tóxicos
Mercury is the only metal that is liquid at room temperature
Mercury is used in barometers and manometers because of its high density.

Gaseous mercury is used in mercury-vapor lamps and some 'neon sign' type advertising signs and fluorescent lamps.

Mercury is also found in liquid mirror telescopes.

Gaseous mercury is also found in some electron tubes, including ignitrons, thyratrons, and mercury arc rectifiers.