Neodymium-143 Isotope

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Neodymium-143 Isotope Information and Examples of Enriched Neodymium-143 Applications:

Neodymium-143 isotope (Nd-143 isotope, 143Nd isotope)

  • Neodymium-143 isotope is used for research in nuclear physics;

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Neodymium-143 Safety Data Sheet (SDS) in oxide form - Download pdf file
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Properties of Neodymium-143 Isotope:

Properties of Neodymium-143 Isotope:NEODYMIUM-143
Natural Abundance (%)12.2
Atomic Mass (Da)142.9098143
Relative Isotopic Mass142.9098143
Neutron Number (N)83
Atomic Number (Z)60
Mass Number (A)143
Nucleon Number (A)143
Proton Number (Z)60
Half-lifeStable
Spin3.5
Quadrupole Moment-0.61
g-factor (g value)-0.3043
Group
Period6
Electron Configuration Blockf
Melting Point (K)1297
Boiling Point (K)3347
Specific Heat0.205
Heat of Formation326.9
Thermal Conductivity16.5
Dipole Polarizability 208
Electron Affinity (kJ/mole)1.916
Electronegativity (Pauling scale)1.14
Atomic Radius (pm)181.4c
Covalent Radius (pm)185
VDW Radius (pm)273
Lattice Constant3.66
Crystal StructureDHCP
Jmol color#c7ffc7

Neodymium-143 Information

Neodymium is a hard bright silvery metallic element, belongs to the lanthanoids. Totally there are 38 isotopes of neodymium. There are 7 natural isotopes of neodymium, 5 of them are stable. Nd-144 is the natural radioactive isotope with a half-life of 2,38⋅10 in 15 degree years. The metal neodymium is used in glass works to color class a shade of violet-purple and make it dichroic. Neodymium is one of the more reactive rare-earth metals, quickly reacts with air. It is used in some rare-earth alloys. Neodymium is used to color the glass used in welder's glasses. This element is also used in very powerful, permanent magnets (Nd2Fe14B). Neodymium was discovered by Carl F. Auer von Welsbach in Austria in 1885 by separating didymium into its elemental components Praseodymium and neodymium. The name Neodymium comes from the Greek words 'neos didymos' which means 'new twin'. Neodymium should be considered highly toxic, however evidence would seem to show that it acts as little more than a skin and eye irritant. The dust of neodymium however presents a fire and explosion hazard.

Neodymium is used in making artificial garnet for lasers. Also it is used in ceramics and for a special lens with praseodymium. This metal is also used to produce bright purple glass and special glass that filters infrared radiation. It makes up 18% of Mich metal, which is used in making steel.

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FAQ about Neodymium-143 Isotope:

What is Neodymium-143 isotope natural abundance?
Answer: 12.200 %

What is atomic mass for Neodymium-143 isotope?
Answer: 142.90981 Da

What is isotopic mass for Neodymium-143 isotope?
Answer: 142.90981

How many neutrons does Neodymium-143 isotope have?
Answer: 83

How many protons does Neodymium-143 isotope have?
Answer: 60

How many electrons does Neodymium-143 isotope have?
Answer: 60

What is atomic number for Neodymium-143 isotope?
Answer: 60

Is Neodymium-143 isotope stable?
Answer: Yes

Is Neodymium-143 isotope radioactive?
Answer: No

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