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Hydrogen
1

Periodic Table for the Table of Isotopes* (1999)
2 (IIA)
Beryllium
2 2

18 (VIIIA)
Helium
2

H

-259.34° -252.87° 1 -240.18° +1-1

He2 -268.93° -267.96°
0

-272.2°

1.00794 91.0%

Group
Element
K L M N O P Q

13 (IIIA) 14 (IVA) 15 (VA) 16 (VIA) 17 (VIIA)
Boron
2 3

4.002602 8.9%

Lithium
2 1

Carbon
2075° 4000° 2 4

Nitrogen
2 5

Oxygen
2 6

Fluorine
2 7

Neon
2 8

Li3
+1

180.5° 1342°

Be4
+2

1287° 2471°

EZ

M.P.° B.P.° C.P.° Ox.States

B5
+3

C6

4492t° 3642s°

N7

+2+4-4

-210.00° -195.79° -146.94° ±1±2±3+4+5

O8
-2

-218.79° -182.95° -118.56°

F9
-1

-219.62° -188.12° -129.02°

Ne10-246.08° -228.7°
0

-248.59°

6.941 -7 1.86×10 %

9.012182 -9 2.38×10 %

At.Weight Abundance%
2 8 3

10.811 -8 6.9×10 %

12.0107 0.033%

14.00674 0.0102%

15.9994 0.078%

18.9984032 -6 2.7×10 %

20.1797 0.0112%

Sodium
2 8 1

Magnesium
2 8 2

Na11
+1

97.80° 883°

Mg12 1090°
+2

650°

Key to Table 3 (IIIB)
Scandium
2 8 9 2

Aluminum

Silicon
2 8 4

Phosphorus
2 8 5

Sulfur
2 8 6

Chlorine
2 8 7

Argon
2 8 8

Al13
+3

660.32° 2519°

Si14
+2+4-4

1414° 3265°

P15

44.15° 280.5° 721° +3+5-3

S16

115.21° 444.60° 1041° +4+6-2

Cl17

-101.5° -34.04° 143.8° +1+5+7-1

Ar18-185.85° -122.28°
0

-189.35°

22.989770 0.000187%

24.3050 0.00350%

4 (IVB)
Titanium
2 8 10 2

5 (VB)
Vanadium
2 8 11 2

6 (VIB) 7 (VIIB) 8 (VIII)
Chromium
2 8 13 1

9 (VIII) 10 (VIII)
Cobalt Nickel
2 8 16 2 2 8 15 2

11 (IB)
Copper
2 8 18 1

12 (IIB)
Zinc
2 8 18 2

26.981538 0.000277%

28.0855 0.00326%

30.973761 0.000034%

32.066 0.00168%

35.4527 0.000017%

39.948 0.000329%

Potassium
2 8 8 1

Calcium
2 8 8 2

Manganese
2 8 13 2 1246° 2 2 +2+3+4+7

Iron
1538° 2861° +2+3

Gallium
2 8 18 3

Germanium
2 8 18 4

Arsenic
2 8 18 5

Selenium

Bromine

Krypton

K19
+1

63.38° 759°

Ca20
+2

842° 1484°

Sc21
+3

1541° 2836°

Ti22

1668° 3287°

V23

1910° 3407°

Cr24

1907° 2671°

8 Mn25 2061° 14 Fe26

Co27
+2+3

1495° 2927°

Ni28
+2+3

1455° 2913°

Cu29
+1+2

1084.62° 2562°

Zn30
+2

419.53° 907°

Ga31
+3

29.76° 2204°

Ge32
+2+4

938.25° 2833°

As33

+2+3+4

+2+3+4+5

+2+3+6

817t° 2 614s° 8 1400° 18 6 +3+5-3

Se34

221° 2 685° 8 1493° 18 7 +4+6-2

Br35

-7.2° 2 58.8° 8 315° 18 8 +1+5-1

Kr36-153.22° -63.74°
0

-157.36°

39.0983 0.0000123% Rubidium
2 8 18 8 1

40.078 0.000199% Strontium
2 8 18 8 2

44.955910 -7 1.12×10 % Yttrium
2 8 18 9 2

47.867 -6 7.8×10 % Zirconium
2 8 18 10 2

50.9415 -7 9.6×10 % Niobium
2 8 18 12 1

51.9961 0.000044% Molybdenum
2 8 18 13 1 2623°

54.938049 0.000031% Technetium
2 2157° 4265° 13 2

55.845 0.00294% Ruthenium
2 8 18 15 1

58.933200 -6 7.3×10 % Rhodium
2 8 18 16 1

58.6934 0.000161% Palladium
2 8 18 18 0

63.546 -6 1.70×10 %

Silver
2 8 18 18 1

65.39 -6 4.11×10 % Cadmium
2 8 18 18 2

69.723 -7 1.23×10 %

72.61 -7 3.9×10 %

Indium
2 8 18 18 3

Tin
2 8 18 18 4

74.92160 -8 2.1×10 % Antimony
2 8 18 18 5

78.96 -7 2.03×10 % Tellurium
2 8 18 18 6

79.904 -8 3.8×10 %

83.80 -7 1.5×10 %

Iodine
2 8 18 18 7

Xenon

Rb37
+1

39.31° 688°

Sr38
+2

777° 1382°

Y39
+3

1522° 3345°

Zr40
+4

1855° 4409°

Nb41
+3+5

2477° 4744°

8 Mo42 4639° 18 Tc43 +6

Ru44
+3

2334° 4150°

Rh45
+3

1964° 3695°

Pd46
+2+4

1554.9° 2963°

Ag47
+1

961.78° 2162°

Cd48
+2

321.07° 767°

In49
+3

156.60° 2072°

Sn50
+2+4

231.93° 2602°

Sb51

630.63° 1587°

Te52

449.51° 988°

I53

+4+6+7

+3+5-3

+4+6-2

85.4678 -8 2.31×10 %

Cesium
2 8 18 18 8 1

87.62 -8 7.7×10 % Barium

88.90585 -8 1.51×10 % Lanthanum
918°

91.224 -8 3.72×10 % Hafnium
2233° 4603°

92.90638 -9 2.28×10 % Tantalum

95.94 -9 8.3×10 % Tungsten

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Rhenium
2 8 18 32 13 2

101.07 -9 6.1×10 % Osmium

102.90550 -9 1.12×10 %

Iridium
2 8 18 32 15 2

106.42 -9 4.5×10 % Platinum

107.8682 -9 1.58×10 %

Gold
2 8 18 32 18 1

112.411 -9 5.3×10 % Mercury
-38.83°

114.818 -10 6.0×10 % Thallium
304° 1473°

118.710 -8 1.25×10 %

Lead
2 8 18 32 18 4

121.760 -9 1.01×10 % Bismuth

127.60 -8 1.57×10 % Polonium

126.90447 -9 2.9×10 % Astatine

113.7° 2 184.4° 8 546° 18 18 +1+5+7-1 8

Xe54-108.04° 16.58°
0

-111.75°

131.29 -8 1.5×10 %

Radon
2 8 18 32 18 8

Cs55
+1

28.44° 671°

132.90545 1.21×10 -9% Francium

2 8 18 18 8 2

Ba56
+2

727° 1897°

137.327 1.46×10 -8% Radium

2 8 18 18 9 2

8 La57† 3464° 18 Hf72 +3 32 10 2 +4

2

138.9055 178.49 1.45×10 -9% 5.02×10-10% Actinium Rutherfordium
8 Ac89‡ 3198° 18 Rf104 +3 1051° 2 32 32 10 2

2 8 18 32 11 2

Ta73
+5

3017° 5458°

180.9479 6.75×10-11% Dubnium

2 8 18 32 12 2

W74
+6

3422° 5555°

Re75

3186° 5596°

+4+6+7

183.84 4.34×10-10% Seaborgium

186.207 1.69×10-10% Bohrium

2 8 18 32 14 2

Os76
+3+4

3033° 5012°

Ir77
+3+4

2446° 4428°

190.23 2.20×10 -9% Hassium

192.217 195.078 2.16×10 -9% 4.4×10 -9% Meitnerium Element-110

2 8 18 32 16 2

Pt78
+2+4

1768.4° 3825°

Au79
+1+3

1064.18° 2856°

196.96655 6.1×10-10% Element-111

2 8 18 32 18 2

8 Hg80 356.73° 18 Tl81 1477° +1+2 32 18 3 +1+3

2

Pb82
+2+4

327.46° 1749°

200.59 1.11×10 -9% Element-112

204.3833 6.0×10-10%

207.2 1.03×10 -8% Element-114

2 8 18 32 18 5

Bi83
+3+5

271.40° 1564°

208.98038 4.7×10-10%

2 8 18 32 18 6

Po84
+2+4

254° 962°

[209]

2 8 18 32 18 7

At85
[210]

302°

Rn86
0

-71° -61.7° 104°

[222]

Element-116
2 8 18 32 32 22 2

Element-118
2 8 18 32 32 24 2

2 8 18 32 18 8 1

Fr87
+1

27°

[223]

2 8 18 32 18 8 2

Ra88
+2

700°

[226]

2 8 18 32 18 9 2

+4

[227]

[261]

2 8 18 32 32 11 2

Db105
[262]

2 8 18 32 32 12 2

Sg106
[266]

2 8 18 32 32 13 2

Bh107
[264]

2 8 18 32 32 14 2

Hs108
[269]

2 8 18 32 32 15 2

Mt109
[268]

2 8 18 32 32 16 2

110110
[271]

2 8 18 32 32 17 2

111111
[272]

2 8 18 32 32 18 2

112112
[277]

2 8 18 32 32 20 2

114114
[289]

116116
[289]

118118
[293]

Cerium

Praseodymium Neodymium
2 8 18 21 8 2

Promethium
2 8 18 23 8 2 1042° +3

Samarium
2 1074° 1794° 24 8 2 +2+3 2 8 18 25 8 2

Europium

Gadolinium
2 8 18 25 9 2

Terbium
2 8 18 27 8 2

Dysprosium
2 8 18 28 8 2

Holmium
2 8 18 29 8 2

Erbium
2 8 18 30 8 2

Thulium
2 8 18 31 8 2 1545° +3

Ytterbium
2 819° 1196° 32 8 2 +2+3 2 8 18 32 9 2

Lutetium

† Lanthanides

2 8 18 19 9 2

Ce58
+3+4

798° 3443°

Pr59
+3

931° 3520°

140.116 3.70×10 -9%

140.90765 5.44×10-10%

2 8 18 22 8 2

Nd60
+3

1021° 3074°

8 Pm61 3000° 18 Sm62

Eu63
+2+3

822° 1596°

Gd64
+3

1313° 3273°

Tb65
+3

1356° 3230°

Dy66
+3

1412° 2567°

Ho67
+3

1474° 2700°

Er68
+3

1529° 2868°

8 Tm69 1950° 18 Yb70

Lu71
+3

1663° 3402°

144.24 2.70×10 -9%

[145]

150.36 8.42×10-10%

151.964 3.17×10-10%

157.25 1.076×10 -9%

158.92534 1.97×10-10%

162.50 1.286×10 -9%

164.93032 2.90×10-10%

167.26 8.18×10-10%

168.93421 1.23×10-10%

173.04 8.08×10-10%

174.967 1.197×10-10%

Thorium

Protactinium
2 8 18 32 20 9 2

Uranium
2 8 18 32 21 9 2

Neptunium
2 8 18 32 22 9 2

Plutonium
2 8 18 32 24 8 2

Americium
2 8 18 32 25 8 2 1176° 2 +3+4+5+6 32 25 9 2

Curium
1345° +3

Berkelium
2 8 18 32 27 8 2

Californium
2 8 18 32 28 8 2

Einsteinium
2 8 18 32 29 8 2

Fermium
2 8 18 32 30 8 2

Mendelevium
2 8 18 32 31 8 2

Nobelium
2 8 18 32 32 8 2

Lawrencium
2 8 18 32 32 9 2

‡ Actinides

2 8 18 32 18 10 2

Th90
+4

1750° 4788°

Pa91
+5+4

1572°

U92

1135° 4131°

Np93
[237]

644°

Pu94

640° 3228°

8 Am95 2011° 18 Cm96

Bk97
+3+4

1050°

Cf98
+3

900°

Es99
+3

860°

Fm100
+3

1527°

Md101
+2+3

827°

No102
+2+3

827°

Lr103
+3

1627°

+3+4+5+6

+3+4+5+6

+3+4+5+6

232.0381 1.09×10-10%

231.03588

238.0289 2.94×10-11%

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The new IUPAC Group format numbers the groups from 1 to 18. The numbering system used by the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) is given in parentheses. For elements that are not naturally abundant, the mass number of the longest-lived isotope is given in brackets. The abundances (atomic %) are based on meteorite and solar wind data. The melting point (M.P.), boiling point (B.P.), and critical point (C.P.)temperatures are given in °Celsius. Sublimation and critical temperatures are indicated by s and t. REFERENCES 1. Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, 78th edition, D.R. Lide, editor, CRC Press, (1997). 2. G.J. Leigh, Nomenclature of Inorganic Chemistry, Blackwells Scientific Publications, Oxford, (1990). 3. Chemical and Engineering News, 63(5), 27(1985). 4. E. Anders and N. Grevesse, Abundances of the Elements: Meteoritic and Solar, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 53, 197 (1989). * R.B. Firestone, C.M. Baglin, and S.Y.F. Chu, 1999 Update to the 8th Edition of the Table of Isotopes, John Wiley & Sons, (1999). Prepared by Richard B. Firestone (rbf@lbl.gov), Isotopes Project, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley CA 94720. This work was supported by the Office of High Energy and Nuclear Physics, Nuclear Physics Division of the U.S. Department of Energy under contract DE-AC03-76SF00098.


								
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