›› Physical and chemical properties of Mercury

Atomic Number:80
Element Symbol:Hg
Element Name:Mercury
Atomic Weight:200.59
Group Number:12
Group Name:none
Period Number:6
Ground State Configuration:[Xe] 4f14 5d10 6s2
Ground State Level:1S0
Standard State:Liquid
Bond Length:300.5
Atomic Radius Empirical:150
Atomic Radius Calculated:171
Covalent Radius Empirical:149
Vander Waals Radius:155
First Ionization Energy:1007.1
Pauling Electronegativity:2.00
Sanderson Electronegativity:2.20
Allred Rochow Electronegativity:1.44
Mulliken Jaffe Electronegativity:1.81
Molar Volume:14.09
Velocity Of Sound:1407
Bulk Modulus:25
Mineral Hardness:1.5
Electrical Resistivity:96
Refractive Index:1.000933
Melting Point:-38.83
Boiling Point:356.73
Critical Temperature:1477
Superconduction Temperature:-269.2
Thermal Conductivity:8.3
Enthalpy Of Fusion:2.29
Enthalpy Of Vaporization:59.2
Enthalpy Of Atmization:64
Most Common Oxidation Numbers:2,1
Color:Silvery white
Discovered By:Known since ancient times
Discovered At:not known
Origin Of Name:Named after the planet Mercury (the origin of the symbol Hg is the Latin word hydrargyrum meaning liquid silver)

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››Compounds that contain Mercury

Dimethylmercury  CH3HgCH3
Mercury Fulminate  Hg(CNO)2
Barium Tetraiodomercurate  BaHgI4
Mercury(II) Bromide  HgBr2
Mercury(II) Acetate  Hg(C2H3O2)2
Mercury(II) Chloride  HgCl2
Mercury(II) Perchlorate  HgCl2O8
Mercury(II) Fluoride  HgF2
Mercury(II) Hydride  HgH2
Mercury(II) Iodate  Hg(IO3)2
Mercury(II) Iodide  HgI2
Mercury(II) Nitrate  Hg(NO3)2
Mercury(II) Oxide  HgO
Mercury(II) Sulfide  HgS
Mercury(II) Thiocyanate  Hg(SCN)2
Mercury(II) Sulfate  HgSO4
Mercury(II) Selenide  HgSe
Mercury(II) Telluride  HgTe
Mercury(I) Bromide  Hg2Br2
Mercury(I) Chloride  Hg2Cl2
Mercury(I) Fluoride  Hg2F2
Mercury(I) Iodide  Hg2I2
Mercury(I) Oxide  Hg2O
Mercury(II) Cyanate  HgC2N2O2