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Periodni sistem elemenata-Beleska-Hemija-Tehnoloskohemijski fakultet (1) - Document's extract

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GROUP 1 IA 1 1.00794 Periodic Table of the Elements Atomic Number Symbol 18 VIIIA 2 4.002602 H 1 2 1 0.0899 -259.14 (v) 37 Hydrogen S1/2 2.2 13.5984 -252.87 - 1s1 +1,-1 2 IIA 4 9.012182 3 Name Hydrogen *Density [Note] 0.0899 13.5984 †Ionization Energy (eV) *Melting Point (°C) -259.14 -252.87 *Boiling Point (°C) FCC Crystal Structure [Note] Atomic radius (pm)[Note] (v) 37 † 1s1 Electron Configuration +1,-1 Possible Oxidation States [Note] 1 S0 1.57 H 1.00794 Atomic Weight 2 S1/2 †Ground-State Level 2.2 *Electronegativity (Pauling) † He 0.1785 (v) 32 1 S0 Free Downloads at Vertex42.com Helium - 13 IIIA 5 Source: physics.nist.gov 14 IVA 10.811 15 VA 12.0107 16 VIA 14.0067 17 VIIA 15.9994 24.5874 -268.93 1s2 0 6.941 Li 2 2 0.535 1.848 5.3917 9.3227 180.54 1342 1287 2470 (m) 152 BCC (m) 112 HCP [He] 2s 1 [He] 2s 2 +1 +2 22.989770 12 24.3050 11 Lithium S1/2 0.98 Be Phase at STP † Beryllium Gas Liquid Solid Synthetic Noble Gas Halogens Non Metals Categories Alkali Metals Alkaline Earth Metals Transition Metals Rare Earth Metals [42] Absolute Zero Atomic Mass Unit Avogadro Constant Base of Natural Logarithms Boltzmann constant Electron Mass Electron Radius (Classical) Electron Volt Elementry Charge Faraday Constant fine-structure constant First Radiation Constant Common Constants mu e k me mec 2 r0 eV e F α 2 π hc 2 -273.15 °C 1.660539x10-27 kg 6.022142x1023 mol-1 2.718281828 1.380650x10-23 J/K 9.10938215x10-31 kg 0.5110 MeV 2.8179403x10-15 m 1.602176x10-19 J 1.602176x10-19 C 96 485.3399 C/mol 0.0072973525 3.7417749x10-16 W m2 Gravitation Constant Molar Gas Constant Molar Volume (Ideal Gas) PI Planck Constant Proton-Electron Mass Ratio Rydberg Constant G R p h m e/m p R∞ R ∞c R ∞ hc ch/k c Na 2 3 0.968 1.738 5.1391 7.6462 97.72 883 650 1090 (m) 186 BCC (m) 160 HCP 1 [Ne] 3s [Ne] 3s 2 +1 +2 39.0983 20 40.078 19 Sodium 0.93 S1/2 Mg 1 Magnesium 1.31 S0 Poor Metals Metalloids Second Radiation

Constant Speed of Light in a Vacuum Speed of sound in air at STP Standard Pressure 6.67428x10 m kg s 8.314472 J mol-1 K -1 0.02241410 m3/mol 3.14159265358979 6.626069x10-34 J s 1836.15267247 10 973 732 m-1 3.289842x1015 Hz 13.6057 eV 0.01438769 m K 299 792 458 m/s 343.2 m/s 101 325 Pa -11 3 -1 -2 B 6 2 2.46 8.2980 2075 4000 (v) 82 rhom. [He] 2s 2 2p1 +3 26.981538 13 Boron 2.04 P°1/2 C 7 3 Al 2.26 11.2603 3550 4027 (v) 77 hex [He] 2s 2 2p2 +2, 4,-4 28.0855 14 Carbon 2.55 P0 N 8 4 2 3 IIIB 21 44.955910 2 4 IVB 22 47.867 3 F2 1.54 5 VB 23 50.9415 6 VIB 24 51.9961 7 S3 1.66 4 F3/2 1.63 7 VIIB 25 54.938049 6 8 VIII 26 55.845 5 D4 1.83 9 VIII 27 58.933200 4 10 VIII 28 58.6934 3 F4 1.91 11 IB 29 63.546 2 12 IIB 30 S1/2 1.90 Period K 2 4 0.856 1.55 2.985 4.507 6.11 7.14 7.47 7.874 8.9 8.908 8.92 7.14 5.904 4.3407 6.1132 6.5615 6.8281 6.7462 6.7665 7.4340 7.9024 7.8810 7.6398 7.7264 9.3942 5.9993 63.38 759 842 1484 1541 2830 1668 3287 1910 3407 1907 2671 1246 2061 1538 2861 1495 2927 1455 2913 1084.62 2927 419.53 907 29.76 2204 (m) 227 BCC (m) 197 FCC (m) 162 HCP (m) 147 HCP (m) 134 BCC (m) 128 BCC (m) 127 §cubic (m) 126 BCC (m) 125 HCP (m) 124 FCC (m) 128 FCC (m) 134 §hex (m) 135 §BCO 1 2 1 2 2 2 3 2 5 1 5 2 6 2 7 2 8 2 10 1 10 2 10 2 1 [Ar] 4s [Ar] 4s [Ar] 3d 4s [Ar] 3d 4s [Ar] 3d 4s [Ar] 3d 4s [Ar] 3d 4s [Ar] 3d 4s [Ar] 3d 4s [Ar] 3d 4s [Ar] 3d 4s [Ar] 3d 4s [Ar] 3d 4s 4p +1 +2 +3 +2,3, 4 +2, 3,4, 5 +2, 3,6 +2,3,4,6,7 +2, 3 +2,3 +2, 3 +1, 2 +2 +3 85.4678 38 87.62 39 88.90585 40 91.224 41 92.90638 42 95.94 43 (98) 44 101.07 45 102.90550 46 106.42 47 107.8682 48 112.411 49 114.818 37 Potassium 0.82 S1/2 Ca 1 Calcium 1.00 S0 Sc Scandium D3/2 1.36 Ti Titanium V Vanadium Cr Chromium Mn Manganese S5/2 1.55 Fe Iron Co Cobalt F9/2 1.88 Ni Nickel Cu Copper Zn 2.7 5.9858 {42} 660.32 2519 (m) 143 FCC 2 [Ne] 3s 3p1 +3 65.409 31 69.723 1 S0 1.65 Aluminum 1.61 P°1/2 Si 1.251 14.5341 -210.1 -195.79 (v) 75 [He

] 2s 2 2p3 +2, 3,4,5,-2,-3 30.97361 15 Nitrogen 3.04 S°3/2 O 9 18.9984032 3 3 Zinc Ga 2.33 8.1517 1414 2900 (v) 111 cubic 2 [Ne] 3s 3p2 +2, 4,-4 72.64 32 Silicon 1.90 P0 2 Gallium P°1/2 1.81 Ge 1.823 10.4867 44.2 280.5 (v) 106 § 2 [Ne] 3s 3p3 +3,4, 5,-3 74.92160 33 Phosphorus P 1.429 13.6181 -218.3 -182.9 (v) 73 [He] 2s 2 2p4 -2 32.065 16 Oxygen 3.44 P2 F 10 20.1797 1 2 4 2.19 S°3/2 S 1.696 0.9 17.4228 21.5645 -219.6 -188.12 -248.59 -246.08 (v) 71 (v) 69 [He] 2s 2 2p5 [He] 2s 2 2p6 -1 0 35.453 18 39.948 17 Fluorine 3.98 P°3/2 Ne S0 Neon - 3 Rb 2 5 1.532 2.63 4.472 4.1771 5.6949 6.2173 39.31 688 777 1382 1526 3345 (m) 248 BCC (m) 215 FCC (m) 180 HCP 1 2 1 [Kr] 5s [Kr] 5s [Kr] 4d 5s2 +1 +2 +3 132.90545 56 137.327 55 Rubidium 0.82 S1/2 Sr 1 Strontium 0.95 S0 Y 2 Yttrium D3/2 1.22 Zr Cs 2 6 1.879 3.51 3.8939 5.2117 28.44 671 727 1870 (m) 265 BCC (m) 222 BCC [Xe] 6s 1 [Xe] 6s 2 +1 +2 (223) 88 (226) 87 Cesium 0.79 S1/2 Ba 8.57 10.28 11.5 12.37 12.45 12.023 10.49 8.65 7.31 6.511 6.7589 7.0924 7.28 7.3605 7.4589 8.3369 7.5762 8.9938 5.7864 6.6339 1855 4409 2477 4744 2623 4639 2157 4265 2334 4150 1964 3695 1554.9 2963 961.78 2162 321.07 767 156.6 2072 (m) 160 HCP (m) 146 BCC (m) 139 BCC (m) 136 HCP (m) 134 HCP (m) 134 FCC (m) 137 FCC (m) 144 FCC (m) 151 §hex (m) 167 §tetra. 2 2 4 1 5 1 5 2 7 1 8 1 10 10 1 10 2 10 2 [Kr] 4d 5s [Kr] 4d 5s [Kr] 4d 5s [Kr] 4d 5s [Kr] 4d 5s [Kr] 4d 5s [Kr] 4d [Kr] 4d 5s [Kr] 4d 5s [Kr] 4d 5s 5p1 +4 +3,5 +2,3,4,5, 6 +4, 7 +2,3, 4,6,8 +2, 3,4 +2,4 +1 +2 +3 178.49 73 180.9479 74 183.84 75 186.207 76 190.23 77 192.217 78 195.078 79 196.96655 80 200.59 81 204.3833 72 Zirconium F2 1.33 3 Nb 6 Niobium D1/2 1.60 Mo Molybdenum S3 2.16 7 Tc 6 Technetium S5/2 1.9 Ru Ruthenium F5 2.20 5 Rh 4 Rhodium F9/2 2.28 Pd Palladium S0 2.20 1 Ag 2 Silver S1/2 1.93 Cd Cadmium S0 1.69 1 In 5.323 7.8994 938.3 2820 (v) 122 §cubic 10 2 2 [Ar] 3d 4s 4p +2, 4 118.7

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