Calcium-40 isotope (Ca-40 isotope, 40Ca isotope)
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|Properties of Calcium-40 Isotope:||CALCIUM-40|
|Natural Abundance (%)||96.941|
|Atomic Mass (Da)||39.96259087|
|Relative Isotopic Mass||39.96259087|
|Neutron Number (N)||20|
|Atomic Number (Z)||20|
|Mass Number (A)||40|
|Nucleon Number (A)||40|
|Proton Number (Z)||20|
|g-factor (g value)||0|
|Electron Configuration Block||s|
|Melting Point (K)||1115|
|Boiling Point (K)||1757|
|Heat of Formation||177.8|
|Electron Affinity (kJ/mole)||0.02455|
|Electronegativity (Pauling scale)||1|
|Atomic Radius (pm)||197|
|Covalent Radius (pm)||180|
|VDW Radius (pm)||231|
Calcium is a soft grey metallic element belonging to group 2 of the periodic table. It is used a reducing agent in the extraction of thorium, zirconium and uranium. Calcium is an essential element for living organisms. Calcium has 26 isotopes. 6 of them are naturally occurring, 5 of which are stable.
Calcium is used by many forms of life to make shells and bones. Virtually no use for the pure metal, however two of its compounds lime (CaO) and gypsum (CaSO4) are in great demand by a number of industries.
What is Calcium-40 isotope natural abundance?
Answer: 96.941 %
What is atomic mass for Calcium-40 isotope?
Answer: 39.962591 Da
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