›› Physical and chemical properties of Curium

Atomic Number:96
Element Symbol:Cm
Element Name:Curium
Atomic Weight:247
Group Name:Actinoid
Period Number:7 (actinoid)
Block:f-block
Ground State Configuration:[Rn] 5f7 6d 7s2
Ground State Level:9Do2
Standard State:Artificially prepared
Bond Length:347.7
First Ionization Energy:581
Pauling Electronegativity:1.3
Allred Rochow Electronegativity:1.2
Density Of Solid:13510
Molar Volume:18.05
Melting Point:1340
Boiling Point:3110
Most Common Oxidation Numbers:3
Color:Silver
Classification:Metallic
Discovered By:Glenn T. Seaborg, Ralph A. James, Albert Ghiorso
Discovered At:USA
Discovered When:1944
Origin Of Name:Named after Pierre and Marie Curie

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››Compounds that contain Curium

Curium(III) Bromide  CmBr3
Curium(III) Chloride  CmCl3
Curium(III) Fluoride  CmF3
Curium(IV) Fluoride  CmF4
Curium(III) Iodide  CmI3
Curium(II) Oxide  CmO
Curium(IV) Oxide  CmO2
Curium(III) Oxide  Cm2O3