Pt-192 Isotope

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Pt-192 Isotope Information and Examples of Enriched Pt-192 Applications:

Platinum-192 isotope (Pt-192 isotope, 192Pt isotope)

  • Pt-192 isotope is used for determination of chemical yield using method of neutron-activation analysis in the selection/determination of noble metals;
  • Pt-192 isotope is used for production of backgroundless tritium targets;
  • Pt-192 isotope is used for research and applications in mass cytometry which is a mass spectrometry technique. In the mass cytometry antibodies are combined and resolved in individual cells as compared to traditional fluorescence-based cytometry. It uses antibodies coupled to isotopically enriched purified mass tags, each with a unique mass, that can be quantified in individual cells using an Inductively-Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometer (ICP-MS) (for life science i.e. health and medicine applications and pharmaceuticals industries);

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Pt-192 Safety Data Sheet (SDS) in metal foil form - Download pdf file
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Pt-192 Safety Data Sheet (SDS) in metal powder form - Download pdf file
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Properties of Pt-192 Isotope:

Properties of Pt-192 Isotope:PT-192
Natural Abundance (%)0.782
Atomic Mass (Da)191.961038
Relative Isotopic Mass191.961038
Neutron Number (N)114
Atomic Number (Z)78
Mass Number (A)192
Nucleon Number (A)192
Proton Number (Z)78
Half-lifeStable
Spin0
Quadrupole Moment0
g-factor (g value)0
Group10
Period6
Electron Configuration Blockd
Melting Point (K)2041
Boiling Point (K)4098
Specific Heat0.133
Heat of Formation565.7
Thermal Conductivity71.6
Dipole Polarizability 48
Electron Affinity (kJ/mole)2.1251
Electronegativity (Pauling scale)2.28
Atomic Radius (pm)138.5b
Covalent Radius (pm)135
VDW Radius (pm)175
Lattice Constant3.912
Crystal StructureFCC
Jmol color#d0d0e0

Pt-192 Information

Platinum is an attractive greyish-white metal. When pure, it is malleable and ductile. Platinum does not oxidize in air, insoluble in hydrochloric and nitric acid. This element is corroded by halogens, cyanides, sulphur and alkalis. Hydrogen and Oxygen react explosively in the presence of platinum. Platinum has 40 isotopes. There are 6 naturally occurring isotopes, 5 of which are stable. The most stable being Pt-193 with a half-life of 50 years. Platinum is used in jewelry, laboratory equipment, electrical contacts, dentistry, and anti-pollution devices in cars. PtCl2(NH3)2 is used to treat some forms of cancer. It is also used in the definition of the Standard Hydrogen Electrode. Platinum was discovered by Antonio de Ulloa in South America in 1735. The name Platinum comes from the Spanish word platina which means "little silver". Platinum metal is generally not a health concern due to its unreactivity, however platinum compounds should be considered highly toxic.

Platinum is used in jewelry, to make crucible and special containers and as a catalyst. It is used with cobalt to produce very strong magnets. Platinum-Cobalt alloys have magnetic properties. This element is also used to make standard weights and measures. Platinum resists corrosion and acid attacks except aqua regia.

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FAQ about Pt-192 Isotope:

What is Pt-192 isotope natural abundance?
Answer: 0.782 %

What is atomic mass for Pt-192 isotope?
Answer: 191.96104 Da

What is isotopic mass for Pt-192 isotope?
Answer: 191.96104

How many neutrons does Pt-192 isotope have?
Answer: 114

How many protons does Pt-192 isotope have?
Answer: 78

How many electrons does Pt-192 isotope have?
Answer: 78

What is atomic number for Pt-192 isotope?
Answer: 78

Is Pt-192 isotope stable?
Answer: Yes

Is Pt-192 isotope radioactive?
Answer: No

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