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Chemical Properties of Radium

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Chemical Properties of Radium

Chemical Formula
Ra

Isotopes of Radium

Known Isotopes
33
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Electronegativity

Pauling Electronegativity
0.90
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Sanderson Electronegativity
Not Available
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Allred Rochow Electronegativity
0.97
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Mulliken-Jaffe Electronegativity
0.92
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Allen Electronegativity
0.89
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Electropositivity

Pauling Electropositivity
3.10
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Ionization Energies

1st Energy Level
509.30 kJ/mol
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2nd Energy Level
979.00 kJ/mol
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3rd Energy Level
Not Available
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4th Energy Level
Not Available
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5th Energy Level
Not Available
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6th Energy Level
Not Available
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7th Energy level
Not Available
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8th Energy Level
Not Available
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9th Energy Level
Not Available
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10th Energy Level
Not Available
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11th Energy Level
Not Available

12th Energy Level
Not Available

13th Energy Level
Not Available

14th Energy Level
Not Available

15th Energy Level
Not Available

16th Energy Level
Not Available

17th Energy Level
Not Available

18th Energy Level
Not Available
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19th Energy Level
Not Available

20th Energy Level
Not Available

21st Energy Level
Not Available

22nd Energy Level
Not Available

23rd Energy Level
Not Available

24th Energy Level
Not Available

25th Energy Level
Not Available

26th Energy Level
Not Available

27th Energy Level
Not Available

28th Energy Level
Not Available

29th Energy Level
Not Available

30th Energy Level
Not Available

Electrochemical Equivalent
4.22 g/amp-hr
6
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Electron Work Function
Not Available
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Other Chemical Properties
Ionization, Radioactive Isotopes, Radioactivity

Radium Chemical Properties

Radium Metal has its characteristic behavior in chemistry which is defined by its chemical properties. Radium chemical properties define its chemical formula, isotopes, oxides, electronegativity, ionization potential, etc. There are some other chemical properties of Radium such as Ionization, Radioactive Isotopes, Radioactivity which also play a significant role. Besides that, you should also know the Thermal Properties of Radium, which help to determine its thermodynamic statistics.

Radium Chemical Formula

The chemical formula of a metal is the abbreviated form of its scientific name. The atomic symbol or chemical formula of Radium metal helps identifying the position of Radium In Periodic Table. Chemical formula of Radium is Ra. It helps in easy representation and identification of a metal in the periodic table or in a chemical equation. Radium chemical formula plays a significant role in describing the chemical properties of Radium.

Radium Isotopes

Radium isotopes are its variants in which the number of neutrons present in the nucleus varies. Thus, the atomic number remains constant, but atomic mass varies with respect to Atomic Structure of Radium. There are 33 known isotopes of this metal.

Radium Electronegativity

Radium electronegativity is one of the important parameters among the chemical properties of Radium. The Pauling electronegativity scale is most commonly used scale for measuring electronegativity. The electronegativity of Radium according to the Pauling electronegativity scale is 0.90. Its Allred Rochow & Allen electronegativity scales are 0.97 and 0.89 respectively. Its electrochemical equivalent is 4.22 g/amp-hr and the value for electron work function is Not Available. Thermal Properties of Radium like the enthalpy of fusion or enthalpy of vaporization majorly depends on its chemical properties.