›› Physical and chemical properties of Rhenium

Atomic Number:75
Element Symbol:Re
Element Name:Rhenium
Atomic Weight:186.207
Group Number:7
Group Name:none
Period Number:6
Block:d-block
Ground State Configuration:[Xe] 4f14 5d5 6s2
Ground State Level:6S5/2
Standard State:Solid
Bond Length:274.1
Atomic Radius Empirical:135
Atomic Radius Calculated:188
Covalent Radius Empirical:159
Electron Affinity:14.5
First Ionization Energy:760
Pauling Electronegativity:1.9
Allred Rochow Electronegativity:1.46
Density Of Solid:21020
Molar Volume:8.86
Velocity Of Sound:4700
Youngs Modulus:463
Rigidity Modulus:178
Bulk Modulus:370
Poissons Ratio:0.30
Mineral Hardness:7.0
Brinell Hardness:1320
Vickers Hardness:2450
Electrical Resistivity:18
Melting Point:3186
Boiling Point:5596
Superconduction Temperature:-271.4
Thermal Conductivity:48
Coefficient Of Linear Expansion:6.2
Enthalpy Of Fusion:33
Enthalpy Of Vaporization:705
Enthalpy Of Atmization:776
Most Common Oxidation Numbers:4
Color:Greyish white
Classification:Metallic
Discovered By:Walter Noddack, Ida Tacke, Otto Berg
Discovered At:Germany
Discovered When:1925
Origin Of Name:From the Greek word Rhenus meaning river Rhine

Calculate the molecular weight of Rhenium or molecular weight Re.

Also see the full list of chemical elements and atomic weights.


››Compounds that contain Rhenium

Silver Perrhenate  AgReO4
Barium Perrhenate  Ba(ReO4)2
Calcium Perrhenate  CaRe2O8
Potassium Perrhenate  KReO4
Lithium Perrhenate  LiReO4
Sodium Perrhenate  NaReO4
Rhenium(III) Bromide  ReBr3
Rhenium(IV) Bromide  ReBr4
Rhenium(V) Bromide  ReBr5
Rhenium(III) Chloride  ReCl3
Rhenium(IV) Chloride  ReCl4
Rhenium(V) Chloride  ReCl5
Rhenium(VI) Chloride  ReCl6
Rhenium(IV) Fluoride  ReF4
Rhenium(V) Fluoride  ReF5
Rhenium(VI) Fluoride  ReF6
Rhenium(VII) Fluoride  ReF7
Rhenium(III) Iodide  ReI3
Rhenium(IV) Iodide  ReI4
Rhenium(IV) Oxide  ReO2
Rhenium(VI) Oxide  ReO3
Rhenium(IV) Sulfide  ReS2
Rhenium(IV) Telluride  ReTe2
Rhenium(III) Oxide  Re2O3
Rhenium(VII) Oxide  Re2O7
Rhenium(VII) Sulfide  Re2S7