100Mo Isotope

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100Mo Isotope Information and Examples of Enriched 100Mo Applications:

Molybdenum-100 isotope (Mo-100 isotope, 100Mo isotope)

  • 100Mo isotope is used for research and studies of double beta-rays decay;

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100Mo Safety Data Sheet (SDS) in metal form - Download pdf file
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100Mo Safety Data Sheet (SDS) in oxide form - Download pdf file
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Properties of 100Mo Isotope:

Properties of 100Mo Isotope:100Mo
Natural Abundance (%)9.74
Atomic Mass (Da)99.907477
Relative Isotopic Mass99.907477
Neutron Number (N)58
Atomic Number (Z)42
Mass Number (A)100
Nucleon Number (A)100
Proton Number (Z)42
Half-life7.800E+18
Spin0
Quadrupole Moment0
g-factor (g value)0
Group6
Period5
Electron Configuration Blockd
Melting Point (K)2896
Boiling Point (K)4912
Specific Heat0.251
Heat of Formation658.98
Thermal Conductivity138
Dipole Polarizability 87
Electron Affinity (kJ/mole)0.7473
Electronegativity (Pauling scale)2.16
Atomic Radius (pm)139
Covalent Radius (pm)145
VDW Radius (pm)239
Lattice Constant3.142
Crystal StructureBCC
Jmol color#54b5b5

100Mo Information

Molybdenum is a silvery-white, hard metallic transition element. It is chemically unreactive and is not affected by most acids. It oxidizes at high temperatures. Molybdenum has 35 isotopes. There are 7 natural isotopes, 6 of them are stable. It has four metastable nuclear isomers, Mo-93 being the most stable with a half-life of 4000 years. Molybdenum is used in almost all high-strength steels, it has nuclear applications, and it is a catalyst in petroleum refining. It was discovered by Carl Wilhelm Scheele in Sweden in 1778. Impure metal was prepared in 1781 by Peter Jacob Hjelm. The name comes from the Greek word molybdos which means lead. Trace amounts of molybdenum are required for all known forms of life. All molybdenum compounds should be considered highly toxic, and will also cause severe birth defects.

Molybdenum alloys are used in aircraft, missiles, and protective coatings in boiler plate.

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FAQ about 100Mo Isotope:

What is 100Mo isotope natural abundance?
Answer: 9.740 %

What is atomic mass for 100Mo isotope?
Answer: 99.907477 Da

What is isotopic mass for 100Mo isotope?
Answer: 99.907477

How many neutrons does 100Mo isotope have?
Answer: 58

How many protons does 100Mo isotope have?
Answer: 42

How many electrons does 100Mo isotope have?
Answer: 42

What is atomic number for 100Mo isotope?
Answer: 42

Is 100Mo isotope stable?
Answer: No

Is 100Mo isotope radioactive?
Answer: Yes

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