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Chemical Properties of Sodium

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Chemical properties or characteristics of Sodium are listed here. Chemical Properties of Sodium </>
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Chemical formula or atomic symbol of Sodium. This symbol is very useful while mentioning chemical reactions and equations of this metals. Chemical Formula
Na
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Isotopes of Sodium are its variants, which differ in neutron number present in the nucleus. Isotopes of Sodium
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The total number of known Isotopes of this metal. Known Isotopes
17
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22
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Electronegativity is a measure of the tendency of an atom to attract a bonding pair of electrons. Electronegativity
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Pauling Electronegativity is very popular scale to measure Electronegativity of metals. Pauling Electronegativity
0.93
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48
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Sanderson Electronegativity is another scale to measure the Electronegativity of metals. Sanderson Electronegativity
0.56
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30
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Allred Rochow Electronegativity is very famous scale to measure Electronegativity. Allred Rochow Electronegativity
1.01
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35
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Mulliken-Jaffe Electronegativity is very famous scale to measure Electronegativity. Mulliken-Jaffe Electronegativity
0.91
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21
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Allen Electronegativity is very famous scale to measure Electronegativity. Allen Electronegativity
0.87
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44
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Electronegativity is a measure of the tendency of an atom to attract a bonding pair of electrons. Opposite of that is known as Electropositivity. Electropositivity
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Pauling Electropositivity is scale used to mesure Electropositivity of Sodium. Pauling Electropositivity
3.07
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6
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The ionization energy (IE) or the ionization potential is qualitatively defined as the amount of energy required to remove the most loosely bound electron of an isolated gaseous atom to form a cation. Ionization Energies
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1st energy level of Sodium. 1st Energy Level
495.80 kJ/mol
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85
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2nd energy level of Sodium. 2nd Energy Level
4,562.00 kJ/mol
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4
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3rd energy level of Sodium. 3rd Energy Level
6,910.30 kJ/mol
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6
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4th energy level of Sodium. 4th Energy Level
9,543.00 kJ/mol
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5
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5th energy level of Sodium. 5th Energy Level
13,354.00 kJ/mol
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4
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6th energy level of Sodium. 6th Energy Level
16,613.00 kJ/mol
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4
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7th energy level of Sodium. 7th Energy level
20,117.00 kJ/mol
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4
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8th energy level of Sodium. 8th Energy Level
25,496.00 kJ/mol
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4
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9th energy level of Sodium. 9th Energy Level
28,932.00 kJ/mol
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4
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10th energy level of Sodium. 10th Energy Level
141,362.00 kJ/mol
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2
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11th energy level of Sodium. 11th Energy Level
159,076.00 kJ/mol
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2
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The electrochemical equivalent of a Sodium element is the mass of this element (in grams) transported by 1 coulomb of electricity. The electrochemical equivalent of an element is measured with a voltameter. Electrochemical Equivalent
0.86 g/amp-hr
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Electron work function of Sodium is the minimum thermodynamic work (i.e. energy) needed to remove an electron from a solid to a point in the vacuum immediately outside the solid surface. Electron Work Function
2.75 eV
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40
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List of all chemical properties/characteristics/behavior of Sodium. Other Chemical Properties
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Stable metals are non radioactive metals and have zero valence electrons in the outer shell.Chemical Stability, 
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Corrosion is a process which converts refined metals to their more stable forms, for example, its oxide and hydroxide. This process of metals getting corroded is a gradual destruction of metals by chemical reactions.Corrosion, 
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Flammable metals have ability to burn or ignite, causing fire or combustion.Flammability, 
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Ionization is the process by which an atom or a molecule acquires a negative or positive charge by gaining or losing electrons to form ions, often in conjunction with other chemical changes.Ionization, 
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Solubility is a chemical property referring to the ability for a given substance, the solute, to dissolve in a solvent.Solubility

Sodium Chemical Properties

Sodium Metal has its characteristic behavior in chemistry which is defined by its chemical properties. Sodium chemical properties define its chemical formula, isotopes, oxides, electronegativity, ionization potential, etc. There are some other chemical properties of Sodium such as Chemical Stability, Corrosion, Flammability, Ionization, Solubility which also play a significant role. Besides that, you should also know the Thermal Properties of Sodium, which help to determine its thermodynamic statistics.

Sodium Chemical Formula

The chemical formula of a metal is the abbreviated form of its scientific name. The atomic symbol or chemical formula of Sodium metal helps identifying the position of Sodium In Periodic Table. Chemical formula of Sodium is Na. It helps in easy representation and identification of a metal in the periodic table or in a chemical equation. Sodium chemical formula plays a significant role in describing the chemical properties of Sodium.

Sodium Isotopes

Sodium isotopes are its variants in which the number of neutrons present in the nucleus varies. Thus, the atomic number remains constant, but atomic mass varies with respect to Atomic Structure of Sodium. There are 17 known isotopes of this metal.

Sodium Electronegativity

Sodium electronegativity is one of the important parameters among the chemical properties of Sodium. The Pauling electronegativity scale is most commonly used scale for measuring electronegativity. The electronegativity of Sodium according to the Pauling electronegativity scale is 0.93whereas according to Sanderson electronegativity, it is 0.56. Its Allred Rochow & Allen electronegativity scales are 1.01 and 0.87 respectively. Its electrochemical equivalent is 0.86 g/amp-hr and the value for electron work function is 2.75 eV. Thermal Properties of Sodium like the enthalpy of fusion or enthalpy of vaporization majorly depends on its chemical properties.