Ni-58 Isotope

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Ni-58 Isotope Applications:

Nickel-58 isotope (Ni-58 isotope, 58Ni isotope)

  • Ni-58 isotope is used for production of neutron guide reflectors for accelerator machines and neutron filters;
  • Ni-58 isotope is used for Cobalt-58 (Co-58 isotope, 58Co isotope) positron-emitting radionuclide (radioisotope) production;
  • Ni-58 isotope is used for determination of neutron electric dipole moment;
  • Ni-58 isotope is used for as a reference in elemental analysis through secondary ion mass spectrometry;
  • Ni-58 isotope is used for measurement of neutron spectrums in reactors;
  • Ni-58 isotope is used for studies of energy emissions in nuclear reactors;
  • Ni-58 isotope is used for production of background-free tritium targets;

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Ni-58 Safety Data Sheet (SDS) in metal powder form - Download pdf file
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Ni-58 Safety Data Sheet (SDS) in oxide form - Download pdf file
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Properties of Ni-58 Isotope:

Properties of Ni-58 Isotope:Ni-58
Natural Abundance (%)68.077
Atomic Mass (Da)57.9353429
Relative Isotopic Mass57.9353429
Neutron Number (N)30
Atomic Number (Z)28
Mass Number (A)58
Nucleon Number (A)58
Proton Number (Z)28
Half-lifeStable
Spin0
Quadrupole Moment0
g-factor (g value)0
Group10
Period4
Electron Configuration Blockd
Melting Point (K)1728
Boiling Point (K)3003
Specific Heat4
Heat of Formation135
Thermal Conductivity90.9
Dipole Polarizability 90.9
Electron Affinity (kJ/mole)1.15716
Electronegativity (Pauling scale)1.91
Atomic Radius (pm)124
Covalent Radius (pm)135
VDW Radius (pm)163
Lattice Constant3.499
Crystal StructureFCC
Jmol colorFCC

Ni-58 Information

Nickel is a malleable ductile silvery metallic transition element. Nickel was discovered by A.F. Cronstedt in 1751. Nickel has 33 isotopes, 5 of them are stable and naturally occurring.

Nickel is used in electroplating and metal alloys because of its resistance to corrosion. This element is also used in nickel-cadmium batteries

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FAQ about Ni-58 Isotope:

What is Ni-58 isotope natural abundance?
Answer: 68.077 %

What is atomic mass for Ni-58 isotope?
Answer: 57.935343 Da

What is isotopic mass for Ni-58 isotope?
Answer: 57.935343

How many neutrons does Ni-58 isotope have?
Answer: 30

How many protons does Ni-58 isotope have?
Answer: 28

How many electrons does Ni-58 isotope have?
Answer: 28

What is atomic number for Ni-58 isotope?
Answer: 28

Is Ni-58 isotope stable?
Answer: Yes

Is Ni-58 isotope radioactive?
Answer: No

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