Boron (B) properties

Boron (B) properties

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Atomic mass, symbol and atomic number

boron is a naturally occurring element with the element symbol B and the atomic number 5. In the periodic table it stands with an atomic mass of 10.81 u in the 3rd main group. The chemical element discovered by Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac in 1808 is not radioactive and is in a solid state at room temperature.

Profile: Boron

Chemical element:boron
Atomic number:5
Group:boron group
explorers:Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac
Year of discovery:1808
Atomic properties
Atomic mass:10,81 u
Atomic radius:85 pm
Covalent radius:82 pm
Van der Waals radius:192 pm
Electron configuration:He 2s2 2p1
ionization:800.6 kJ / mol
Physical Properties
Physical state:firmly
Density:2,460 g / cm3
Crystal structure:rhombohedrally
molar volume:4,39 · 10-6 m3/ mol
Mohs hardness:9,3
Melting point:2076 ° C
Boiling point:3930 ° C
Heat of fusion:50 kJ / mol
Heat of vaporization:508 kJ / mol
Thermal conductivity:27 W
Chemical properties

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