Molybdenum-95 Isotope Information and Examples of Enriched Molybdenum-95 Applications:

Molybdenum-95 isotope (Mo-95 isotope, 95Mo isotope)

  • Molybdenum-95 isotope is used for Ruthenium-97 radionuclide (radioisotope) production (can be used in life science for healthcare and medical applications and pharmaceuticals industries);
  • Molybdenum-95 isotope is used for research and evaluation of neutron electric dipole moment;

Molybdenum-95 isotope is available to order from in Molybdenum-95 metal chemical form and Molybdenum-95 oxide chemical form. Please contact us via request a Molybdenum-95 quote to order Molybdenum-95 isotope to get Molybdenum-95 price to buy Molybdenum-95 isotope.

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Molybdenum-95 Properties:

Number of Protons95
Atomic Number42
Atomic Radius139
Atomic Mass94.91
Quadrupole Moment-0.022
Electronegativity (Paulig)2.16
Electron Configuration Blockd
VDW Radius (mm3)239
Mass Uncertainty3e-06
g-factor (g value)-0.3657
Half LifeStable

Molybdenum Information

Silvery-white, hard metallic transition element. It is chemically unreactive and is not affected by most acids. It oxidizes at high temperatures. There are seven natural isotopes, and four radioisotopes, Mo-93 being the most stable with a half-life of 3500 years. Molybdenum is used in almost all high-strength steels, it has nuclear applications, and is a catalyst in petroleum refining. Discovered in 1778 by Carl Welhelm Scheele of Sweden. Impure metal was prepared in 1782 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.

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

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