Generating Graphs...
Loading...

What is Radium?

All Metals

Palladium
Add to compare
Tin
Add to compare
Gold
Add to compare
?
Periodic table of chemical elements is an arrangement of elements in the form of rows (period) and columns (Group). They are arranged with respect to their atomic numbers and similar characteristics. Radium In Periodic Table </>
?
It’s an atomic symbol of Radium which helps identifying it in periodic table. Symbol
Ra
?
Group number of Metals is vertical column number in periodic table. Group Number
2
+
📊
+
16
+
?
Period number is a horizontal row number of Metals in periodic table. Period Number
7
+
📊
+
?
Periodic table is subdivided into 4 blocks i.e p-block, d-block, s-block and f-block. Block
?
The s-block is on the left side of the periodic table that includes elements from the first two columns, the alkali metals (group 1) and alkaline earth metals (group 2), plus helium.s block
+
📊
+
?
Metals belongs to the subcategory of periodic table. Different element families exist in this table. For example, Alkali metals, Transition metals, alkaline earth metals, post-transition metals, Lanthanide & Actinide series metals. Element Family
?
All alkaline earth metals are placed under group number 2 and s-block of periodic table. These metals are somewhat reactive at standard conditions. Alkaline earth metals appear shiny, silvery-white and are found in the earth’s crust.Alkaline Earth
+
📊
+
?
The Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) is part of the American Chemical Society and maintains a database of chemical compounds and sequences. and each element has its unique identification number known as CAS number. CAS Number
7440144
+
65
+
?
The crystallographic or Fedorov groups, and represent a description of the symmetry of the crystal. Space Group Name
Im_ 3m
?
The crystallographic or Fedorov groups, and represent a description of thesymmetry of the crystal. Space Group Number
229.00
+
📊
+
1
+
?
Want to know Interesting and lesser known facts about Radium, then you are at the right place. Facts about Radium </>
?
Bunch of Interesting facts about Radium. Interesting Facts
  • Radium metal is the heaviest metal of Alkaline earth metals column.
  • Radium metal is highly radioactive and does not have any stable isotopes.
?
List of different sources of Radium. Sources
  • Mining
  • Ores of metals
?
Lets check out the facts about history of Radium. History of Radium
?
You might be wondering who discovered Radium metal? Who Discovered Radium
Not Available
?
Radium metal’s discovery period. Because we think most of the metals are discovered by our ant-sisters but is it really true? Let’s Find out then! Discovery
In 1898
?
Abundance percentage of Radium metal at various places. This will give you an idea about its Abundance levels. Abundance of Radium
?
Abundance percentage of Radium in Earth’s Crust. Abundance In Earth’s Crust
0.00 %
+
📊
+
57
+
?
Abundance percentage of Radium in Oceans. Abundance In Oceans
0.00 %
+
📊
+
45
+
?
Abundance percentage of Radium in Humans. Abundance In Humans
0.00 %
+
📊
+
20
+
?
Different types of Radium Uses and benefits are listed down below. Uses of Radium </>
?
Uses & Benefits Uses & Benefits
  • It is a highly radioactive metal; and sometime Radium-223 is used to treat prostate cancer.
  • It is used in luminous paints.
?
List of industrial uses of Radium. Industrial Uses
NA
?
List of medical uses of Radium. Medical Uses
?
This metal is used in the pharmaceutical industry and helps to develops, produces, and markets drugs or pharmaceuticals for use as medications.Pharmaceutical Industry
?
List of lesser known uses of Radium metal. Other Uses
NA
?
Biological properties of Radium. Biological Properties
?
Toxicity level of Radium metal. Toxicity
Highly Toxic
+
📊
+
?
Whether Radium metal is present in the Human Body? Present in Human Body
+
📊
+
?
Physical properties or characteristics of Radium. These properties are mostly related to its appearance and surface. Physical Properties of Radium </>
?
The temperature at which Metals metal starts melting. Melting Point
700.00 °C
+
📊
+
59
+
?
The temperature at which Metals starts boiling. Not literally it is a temperature point at which it converts to vapors. Boiling Point
1,737.00 °C
+
📊
+
54
+
?
Physical appearance or look and feel of Radium is described here. Appearance of Radium
?
Physical state or phase of Radium at room temperature. Physical State
?
At room temperature almost all metal are found in solid physical sate but only the mercury element found in liquid state.Solid
+
📊
+
?
One might wonder, what is the exact color of Radium metal in nature? Color
Silvery White
+
?
Metals generally exhibit a metallic luster! Lets check out the look and feel of Radium metal. Luster
?
Metals are hard/soft and have different type of luster. Here we present you a list metals and these metals exhibit metallic luster.Metallic
+
📊
+
?
Hardness of Radium which measures how resistant this metals is to various kinds of permanent shape change when a compressive force is applied. Hardness of Radium
?
The speed of sound is the distance traveled per unit time by a sound wave propagating through an elastic medium. Speed of Sound
Not Available
+
?
Optical properties related to refractive index & the reflectivity parameters of Radium. Optical Properties
?
Allotropes are different structural modifications of an metals; the atoms of the metals are bonded together with the help of different crystal structure. Allotropes
?
There are usually 3 tyopes of allotropes, out of these alpha allotropes of this metal are listed here. α Allotropes
Not Available
?
There are usually 3 tyopes of allotropes, out of these beta allotropes of this metal are listed here. β Allotropes
Not Available
?
There are usually 3 tyopes of allotropes, out of these gamma allotropes of this metal are listed here. γ Allotropes
Not Available
?
Chemical properties or characteristics of Radium are listed here. Chemical Properties of Radium </>
?
Chemical formula or atomic symbol of Radium. This symbol is very useful while mentioning chemical reactions and equations of this metals. Chemical Formula
Ra
?
Isotopes of Radium are its variants, which differ in neutron number present in the nucleus. Isotopes of Radium
?
The total number of known Isotopes of this metal. Known Isotopes
33
+
📊
+
6
+
?
Electronegativity is a measure of the tendency of an atom to attract a bonding pair of electrons. Electronegativity
?
Pauling Electronegativity is very popular scale to measure Electronegativity of metals. Pauling Electronegativity
0.90
+
📊
+
49
+
?
Allred Rochow Electronegativity is very famous scale to measure Electronegativity. Allred Rochow Electronegativity
0.97
+
📊
+
38
+
?
Mulliken-Jaffe Electronegativity is very famous scale to measure Electronegativity. Mulliken-Jaffe Electronegativity
0.92
+
📊
+
20
+
?
Allen Electronegativity is very famous scale to measure Electronegativity. Allen Electronegativity
0.89
+
📊
+
42
+
?
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
?
Pauling Electropositivity is scale used to mesure Electropositivity of Radium. Pauling Electropositivity
3.10
+
📊
+
5
+
?
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
?
1st energy level of Radium. 1st Energy Level
509.30 kJ/mol
+
📊
+
82
+
?
2nd energy level of Radium. 2nd Energy Level
979.00 kJ/mol
+
📊
+
81
+
?
The electrochemical equivalent of a Radium 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
4.22 g/amp-hr
+
📊
+
6
+
?
Electron work function of Radium 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
Not Available
+
?
List of all chemical properties/characteristics/behavior of Radium. Other Chemical Properties
?
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, 
?
Radioactive metals emit particles and radiation from their nuclei. This process comes in the picture because their nuclei experience the intense conflict between two strong forces. This metal also have radioactive isotopes.Radioactive Isotopes, 
?
Radioactive metals emit particles and radiation from their nuclei. This process comes in the picture because their nuclei experience the intense conflict between two strong forces.Radioactivity
?
Detailed information about the atomic structure of Radium. Atomic Properties of Radium </>
?
Atomic number of Metals is the number of protons present in the atom of Metals metal. Atomic Number
88
+
📊
+
30
+
?
The electron configuration of Radium is the distribution of its electrons in atom or molecule in atomic or molecular orbitals. Electron Configuration
[Rn] 7s2
?
In mineralogy and crystallography, a crystal structure is a unique arrangement of atoms in a crystal. There are different types of Crystal structure exhibited by metals. Crystal Structure
?
BCC is a basis type of cubic crystal structure. In crystallography, the cubic crystals structure is a crystal system where the unit cell has a cube shaped structure. This is one of the simplest crystal structure found in crystals of metal.Body Centered Cubic (BCC)
+
📊
+
?
Images of crystal lattice of Radium. It is a symmetrical three-dimensional arrangement of atoms inside a crystal. Crystal Lattice
?
Information about number of Electrons, protons and neutrons present inside the atom of Radium Metal. Atom of Radium
?
Number of protons present in the nucleus of Radium. Number of Protons
88
+
📊
+
30
+
?
Number of neutrons present in the nucleus of Radium. Number of Neutrons
138
+
📊
+
17
+
?
Number of Electrons present inside the atom of Radium. Number of Electrons
88
+
📊
+
30
+
?
Radius of an Atom of Radium. Different radius measures are listed below. Radius of an Atom
?
The covalent radius of Radium can be defined as a measure of the size of its atoms. Covalent Radius
221.00 pm
+
📊
+
3
+
?
The Van der Waals Radius of Radium can be defined as a measure of the size of its atoms. Van der Waals Radius
283.00 pm
+
📊
+
4
+
?
The atomic weight is the average of the isotope weights weighted for the isotope distribution and expressed on the 12C scale. Atomic Weight
226.00 amu
+
📊
+
26
+
?
Atomic Volume of Radium means volume of its atoms. Atomic Volume
45.20 cm3/mol
+
📊
+
4
+
?
It will let know the previous and next atomic number of Radium. Adjacent Atomic Numbers
?
Previous atomic number metal. For eg. If the atomic number of Gold is 79 then the previous atomic number belongs to Platinum which is 78. Previous Element
?
Next atomic number metal. For eg. if the atomic number of Gold is 79 then the next atomic number belongs to Mercury which is 80. Next Element
?
The valence electron is an electron that is associated with an atom, and that can participate in the formation of a chemical bond. Valence Electron Potential
20.10 (-eV)
+
📊
+
59
+
?
The lattice constant, or lattice parameter, refers to the physical dimension of unit cells in a crystal lattice. Lattice Constant
514.80 pm
+
📊
+
13
+
?
The lengths of the edges of a unit cell and the angles between them are called the Lattice angle. Lattice Angles
π/2, π/2, π/2
?
It’s a ratio of Lattice constant by Lattice angle. Lattice C/A Ratio
Not Available
+
?
List of different mechanical properties of Radium metal. These properties test the mechanical strength of this metal. Mechanical Properties of Radium </>
?
The density of Radium metal is a relationship between the mass of the Radium atom and how much space it takes up (volume). Density of Radium
?
Radium density at room temperature. Density At Room Temperature
5.50 g/cm3
+
📊
+
68
+
?
Tensile strength is a measurement of the force required to pull something such as rope, wire, or a structural beam to the point where it breaks. Tensile Strength
Not Available
+
?
The viscosity of a fluid is a measure of its resistance to gradual deformation by shear stress or tensile stress. Viscosity
Not Available
+
?
Vapor pressure or equilibrium vapor pressure is defined as the pressure exerted by a vapor in thermodynamic equilibrium with its condensed phases (solid or liquid) at a given temperature in a closed system. Vapor Pressure of Radium
?
How much it will compress under a given amount of external pressure, that can be found with the help of its elasticity modulus. Elasticity properties
?
Poisson’s ratio, named after Siméon Poisson, is the negative ratio of transverse to axial strain. Poisson Ratio
Not Available
+
?
Whether Radium exhibits properties like ductility , malleability, weldability, sectility, etc. Other Mechanical Properties
NA
?
List of different magnetic properties and characteristics of Radium. Magnetic Properties of Radium </>
?
Different Magnetic significance of Radium. Magnetic Characteristics of Radium
?
Specific gravity is the ratio of the density of a substance to the density of a reference substance. Specific Gravity
5.00
+
📊
+
56
+
?
Magnetic Ordering of Radium defines its magnetic orientation (nature) and magnetic type. Magnetic Ordering
?
Nonmagnetic metals are non magnetic in nature and do not show or exhibit any magnetic properties.Nonmagnetic
+
📊
+
?
List of different electrical properties and significance of Radium. Electrical Properties
?
Electrical property or nature of Radium defines its electrical orientation and electrical type. Electrical Property
NA
+
📊
+
?
Electrical resistivity (also known as resistivity, specific electrical resistance, or volume resistivity) is an intrinsic property that quantifies how strongly a given material opposes the flow of electric current. Resistivity
100.00 nΩ·m
+
📊
+
31
+
?
Thermal characteristic and the concepts thermodynamics of Radium. Thermal Properties of Radium </>
?
The specific heat is the amount of heat per unit mass required to raise the temperature by one degree Celsius. Specific Heat
0.12 J/(kg K)
+
📊
+
40
+
?
The molar heat capacity is the heat capacity per unit amount (SI unit: mole) of a pure substance. Molar Heat Capacity
Not Available
+
?
Thermal conductivity (often denoted k, λ, or κ) is the property of a material to conduct heat. Thermal Conductivity
18.60 W/m·K
+
📊
+
45
+
?
The critical temperature of a substance is the temperature at and above which vapor of the substance cannot be liquefied, no matter how much pressure is applied. Critical Temperature
Not Available
+
?
Thermal expansion is the tendency of matter to change in shape, area, and volume in response to a change in temperature, through heat transfer. Thermal Expansion
Not Available
+
?
Enthalpy is the sum of the internal energy and the product of pressure and volume given by the equation. Enthalpy of Radium
?
The enthalpy of atomization (also atomisation in British spelling) is the enthalpy change that accompanies the total separation of all atoms in a chemical substance (either a chemical element or a chemical compound). Enthalpy of Atomization
163.00 kJ/mol
+
📊
+
51
+
?
The standard molar entropy is the entropy content of one mole of substance, under standard conditions (not standard temperature and pressure). Standard Molar Entropy
71.00 J/mol.K
+
📊
+
14
+

Radium Metal

Metals have been an inseparable component of major civilizations since centuries. Although metals were utilized since time unknown, researchers put considerable efforts in giving them appropriate names and defining their different properties and characteristics. This nomenclature process helped in arranging these metals in a well-organized fashion, known as the periodic table. In this periodic table, Radium metal is also represented by the symbol Ra. This atomic symbol of Radium is useful in indicating the position of metal Ra in the periodic table. If you are curious-headed or a science-geek, the common questions about metals are What is Radium? What are its physical, chemical, mechanical, electrical and thermal properties? Find all the relevant facts about Ra metals in the following sections.

Periodic Table of Radium

Periodic table of Radium comments over its position in the periodic table, on the basis of parameters like group number, period row, atomic number and orbital block. The metals which have electrons falling in the same sub-shell are grouped under the same block corresponding to its respective orbital. Radium metal belongs to Alkaline Earth Metals category of the periodic table. Metals down a group have same valency while metals across a period have the same number of shells. Its group number (column number) is 2, whereas its period number is 7. It is placed under s block of the periodic table & is one of the prominent s block elements.

Radium Metal Properties

Metals have certain properties by which they can be distinguished from one another. Magnetic and Atomic Structure of Radium are few widely searched properties. Using the comparison facility, you can not only view the individual metal properties, but also compare the properties of multiple metals to get a thorough comparative analysis between the metals of your choice. Atomic number is a basic building block for the arrangement of metals in the periodic table. Atomic number of Radium is 88 and its atomic weight is 226.00 amu. The electrons in its atom are arranged in orbitals as [Rn] 7s2. Nuclear particles in Radium atom are 138 neutrons, 88 protons and 88 electrons.

Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Radium

Physical and chemical characteristics of Radium are two major criteria while comparing this metal with other metals. Physical Properties of Radium include its external appearance, shininess at surface, color, etc. Properties like density, viscosity, melting and boiling point are also covered in this section. At room temperature, this metal is a Silvery White Solid. It starts melting at 700.00 °C. All these Radium metal properties together define what is Radium?

Modern Periodic Table

Modern Periodic Table
Group →

Period ↓

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1

H

2

3

La-Lu
Ac-Lr

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

B

14

C
Si
Ge

15

N
P
As
Sb

16

O
S
Se
Te

17

F
Cl
Br
I
At

18

He
Ne
Ar
Kr
Xe
Rn
Og