Ominaisuudet

CAS Number7440-51-9
PubChem CIDna
Atomisäde174
Moolitilavuus18,28
Atomipaino[247]
Lohkof
Kiehumispiste3 110
Bulk Modulus
LuokkaAktinoidit
KiderakenneYksinkertainen kuusikulmainen
VäriHopea
Kovalenttisäde169
Tiheys13,51
Electrical Resistivity
Orbitaalirakenne[Rn] 5f7 6d1 7s2
Elektroneja elektronikuorilla2, 8, 18, 32, 25, 9, 2
Elektronegatiivisuus1,3
Electrons96
Ryhmäna
Sulamislämpöna
Höyrystymislämpöna
Ionisoitumispotentiaali5,992
Magnetic Ordering
Magnetic Susceptibility
Massa[247]
Mass Number96
Sulamispiste1 340
NimiCurium
Neutronia151
Järjestysluku247
Hapetusluvut3, 4
Jakso7
OlomuotoKiinteä
Poisson Ratio
Protonia96
Shear Modulus
Ominaislämpökapasiteetti-
TunnusCm
Lämmönjohtavuus0,1
Van der Waals radius
Young's Modulus
Esiintyvyys
Esiintyvyys maankuoressana
Esiintyvyys maailmankaikkeudessana
Cm Curium 96 (247) 7 f 96 1340.0 [Rn] 5f7 6d1 7s2 2 8 18 32 25 9 2 13.5 None Silver Hexagonal 1.3 {"1":"581"} 581 3 18.3 10.0 1 1.56×1077y AlphaEmission Solid, Actinide, Radioactive, Synthetic KYOOR-i-em Silvery, malleable, synthetic radioactive metal. It has no significant commercial applications. Made by bombarding plutonium with helium ions. So radioactive it glows in the dark. sZobqPFNcwg Curium
Carl Wilhelm Scheele obtained oxygen by heating mercuric oxide and nitrates in 1771, but did not publish his findings until 1777.

Joseph Priestley also prepared this new air by 1774.

The name oxygen was coined in 1777 by Antoine Lavoisier, whose experiments with oxygen helped to discredit the then-popular phlogiston theory of combustion and corrosion. From the Greek word oxys, acid, and genes, forming 96 1944 Glenn T. Seaborg, Ralph A. James, Albert Ghiorso USA Named after Pierre and Marie "Curie"

Isotopes of Oxygen

Standard Atomic Weight

Vakaat isotoopit

Epävakaat isotoopit

233Cm 234Cm 235Cm 236Cm 237Cm 238Cm 239Cm 240Cm 241Cm 242Cm 243Cm 244Cm 245Cm 246Cm 247Cm 248Cm 249Cm 250Cm 251Cm 252Cm

Oxygen gas can be toxic at elevated partial pressures, leading to convulsions and other health problems
Green and red colors in the Aurora Borealis are caused by oxygen atoms
Pure oxygen is frequently used to help breathing in patients with respiratory ailments.

Oxygen is used in oxyacetylene welding, as an oxidant for rocket fuel, and in methanol and ethylene oxide production.

It is also used in the production of steel, plastics and textiles.

Plants and animals rely on oxygen for respiration.