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Livermorium Lv (Element 116)- All Details

Livermorium Lv (Element 116)- All Details

116 Lv (Livermorium)

Mass Number – 293

Atomic number (Z) – 116

Electrons – 116

Protons – 116

Neutrons – 176

Group – 16

Period – 7

Block – P

Atomic weight – 291.2045 (g/mol)

Element Category – Post-transition metal (Base Metal)

Electron Configuration – 1s22s22p63s23p63d104s24p64d105s25p64f145d106s26p65f146d107s27p4

Electrons Per shell – K2, L8, M18, N32, O32, P18, Q6

Phase – Solid

Melting Point – 637 – 780 K (364 – 507 oC)

Boiling Point – 1035 – 1135 K (762 – 862 oC)

Density – 12.9 g/cm3

Heat of Fussion – 7.61 kJ/mol

Heat of Vaporization – 42 kJ/mol

Oxidation states –  – 2, +2, +4

Ionization energies – 1st: 723.6 kJ/mol, 2nd: 1331.5 kJ/mol, 3rd: 2846.3 kJ/mol

Atomic radius – empirical: 183 pm

Covalent radius – 162 – 166 pm

CAS Number – 54100–71–9

Naming – After Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Itself named party after Livermore, California

Discovery – Joint Institute for Nuclear Research and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (2000)

Isotops – 294Lv 293Lv 292Lv 291Lv & 290Lv

Uses – At present, it is only used in research.

Natural abundance – It is an extremely radioactive element that has only been created in the laboratory by bombarding curium atoms with calcium and It has not been observed in nature.

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