Relative atomic mass: [259]

English: Nobelium
French: Nobelium
Croatian: Nobelij
German: Nobelium
Italian: Nobelio
Spanish: Nobelio

Atomic number: 102
Group numbers: 3
Period: 7
Standard state (20 oC): solid

Discovery: 1958 Albert Ghiorso, T. Sikkeland, J.R. Walton, Glenn T. Seaborg (US)
Nobelium was discovered by Nobel Institute of Physics in Stockholm and later by Albert Ghiorso, Torbjorn Sikkeland, J. R. Walton, and Glenn T. Seaborg (US) in 1958. Named in honour of Alfred Nobel, Swedish chemist who discovered dynamite and founder of the Nobel Prizes. It is a synthetic radioactive metal. Nobelium was made by bombarding curium with carbon-13
Electronic configuration: [Rn] 5f14 7s2
Formal oxidation number: +2 +3
Atomic radius: - pm

Electronegativities: -
Thermal conductivity: - W/(m K)
Electrical resistivity (20 oC): - microOhm cm

Melting point: - oC
Boiling point: - oC

Heat of fusion: - kJ/mol
Heat of vaporization: - kJ/mol
Heat of atomization: 108 kJ/mol

101Md <= 102No => 103Lr

ASCII Periodic Table of the Elements
6 Jan. 2020
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