›› Physical and chemical properties of Palladium

Atomic Number:46
Element Symbol:Pd
Element Name:Palladium
Atomic Weight:106.42
Group Number:10
Group Name:Precious metal or Platinum group metal
Period Number:5
Ground State Configuration:[Kr] 4d10
Ground State Level:1S0
Standard State:Solid
Bond Length:275.1
Atomic Radius Empirical:140
Atomic Radius Calculated:169
Covalent Radius Empirical:131
Vander Waals Radius:163
Electron Affinity:53.7
First Ionization Energy:804.4
Pauling Electronegativity:2.20
Allred Rochow Electronegativity:1.35
Density Of Solid:12023
Molar Volume:8.56
Velocity Of Sound:3070
Youngs Modulus:121
Rigidity Modulus:44
Bulk Modulus:180
Poissons Ratio:0.39
Mineral Hardness:4.75
Brinell Hardness:37.3
Vickers Hardness:461
Electrical Resistivity:10
Melting Point:1554.9
Boiling Point:2963
Thermal Conductivity:72
Coefficient Of Linear Expansion:11.8
Enthalpy Of Fusion:16.7
Enthalpy Of Vaporization:380
Enthalpy Of Atmization:377
Most Common Oxidation Numbers:4,2
Color:Silvery white metallic
Discovered By:William Hyde Wollaston
Discovered At:England
Discovered When:1803
Origin Of Name:Named after the asteroid Pallas which was discovered at about the same time and from the Greek name Pallas, goddess of wisdom

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››Compounds that contain Palladium

Potassium Tetrachloropallidate  K2PdCl4
Palladium(II) Bromide  PdBr2
Palladium(II) Cyanide  Pd(CN)2
Palladium(II) Trifluoroacetate  Pd(C2F3O2)2
Palladium(II) Acetate  Pd(C2H3O2)2
Palladium(II) Chloride  PdCl2
Palladium(II) Fluoride  PdF2
Palladium(IV) Fluoride  PdF4
Palladium(II) Iodide  PdI2
Palladium(II) Nitrate  Pd(NO3)2
Palladium(II) Oxide  PdO
Palladium(IV) Oxide  PdO2
Palladium(II) Sulfide  PdS
Palladium(II) Sulfate  PdSO4
Palladium(IV) Sulfide  PdS2
Palladium(II) Selenide  PdSe
Palladium(IV) Selenide  PdSe2
Palladium(II) Telluride  PdTe
Palladium(IV) Telluride  PdTe2