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The symbol for Curium is Cm

Symbol For Curium: Cm
Group: Rare Earth
Atomic Number of Curium: 96
Atomic Weight of Curium: -247.0703


Electron Shells: 2,8,18,32,25,9,2
Orbital Electrons: [Rn] 5f7 6d1 7s2
Valence Electrons: 3,4


Crystal Structure of Curium: Hexagonal
Melting Point of Curium: 1340°C
Boiling Point of Curium: —
Electronegativity of Curium: 1.3
Covalent Radius of Curium: —
Ionic Radius of Curium: —
Atomic Radius of Curium: —
1st Ionization Potential of Curium: 6.02 V
2nd Ionization Potential of Curium: —
3rd Ionization Potential of Curium: —
Density of Curium at 293 Degrees Kelvin: 13.5 g/cm³
Electron Conductivity of Curium: —
Thermal Conductivity of Curium:0.1 W/cmK

Discovered By: G.T.Seaborg, R.A.James, A.Ghiorso
Year Discoved: 1944
Location: United States
Name Origin: Named in honor of Pierre and Marie Curie.

California Institute of Technology | BS Astrophysics

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Name: California Institute of Technology
Address: Dept. of Astronomy 105-24 Caltech 1201 E. California Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91125
Undergraduate: BS Astrophysics
Graduate: MS and PhD Astrophysics