Chlorine Isotopes

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List of Chlorine Isotopes and Examples of Enriched Chlorine Applications:

Chlorine-35 isotope (Cl-35 isotope, 35Cl isotope)

  • CHLORINE-35 isotope is used for production of Chlorine-36 (Cl-36, 36Cl) radioisotope for use in e.g. biological research and life science.;

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Chlorine-37 isotope (Cl-37 isotope, 37Cl isotope)

  • CHLORINE-37 isotope is used for production of Sulphur-38 (38S, S-38, Sulfur-38) radioisotope for use as a corrosion tracer (Industrial uses of radioisotopes and enriched isotopes).;

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Properties Of Chlorine Isotopes:

PropertyCHLORINE-35CHLORINE-37
Neutron Number (N)1820
Atomic Number / Proton Number (Z)1717
Mass Number / Nucleon Number (A)3537
Natural Abundance (%)0.7550.239
Atomic Mass (Da)34.968852736.9659026
Relative Isotopic Mass34.968852736.9659026
Spin1.51.5
Quadrupole Moment-0.0817-0.0644
g-factor (g value)0.54791620.4560824
Half-life
Group1717
Period33
Electron Configuration Blockpp
Melting Point (K)172.2172.2
Boiling Point (K)238.6238.6
Specific Heat
Heat of Formation121.302121.302
Thermal Conductivity0.0090.009
Dipole Polarizability 14.614.6
Electron Affinity (kJ/mole)3.6127253.612725
Electronegativity (Pauling scale)3.163.16
Atomic Radius (pm)
Covalent Radius (pm)100100
VDW Radius (pm)207207
Lattice Constant6.246.24
Crystal StructureORCORC
Jmol color#1ff01f#1ff01f

Chlorine Information

Halogen element. Poisonous greenish-yellow gas. Occurs widely in nature as sodium chloride in seawater. Reacts directly with many elements and compounds, strong oxidizing agent. Discovered by Karl Scheele in 1774. Humphrey David confirmed it as an element in 1810.

Used in water purification, bleaches, acids and many, many other compounds such as chlorofluorocarbons (CFC).

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