Atomic Number of Nobelium

Nobelium Atomic Number

Atomic Number of Nobelium is 102.

Chemical symbol for Nobelium is No. Number of protons in Nobelium is 102. Atomic weight of Nobelium is 259 u or g/mol. Melting point of Nobelium is unknown and its the boiling point is unknown.

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About Nobelium

Nobelium is a chemical element discovered simultaneously in the early 1960s by two groups of scientists, one in the University of California in the US, and the other in Moscow, Russia. It is a very radioactive and toxic metal which is produced in nuclear reactors from another radioactive element, curium. Nobelium was named after a famous Swedish engineer and scientist Alfred Nobel. Produced only in very small amounts, nobelium is used for research and has no biological importance.

Properties of Nobelium Element

Atomic Number (Z)102
Atomic SymbolNo
Atomic Weight259 u
Density9.9 g/cm3
Melting Point (K)1100 K
Melting Point (℃)unknown
Boiling Point (K)unknown
Boiling Point (℃)unknown
Heat Capacity
Abundance0 mg/kg
State at STPSolid
Electronegativity (Pauling) χ1.3
Ionization Energy (eV)6.65
Atomic Radius
Covalent Radius
Valence Electrons2
Year of Discovery1958

What is the Boiling Point of Nobelium?

Nobelium boiling point is unknown. Boiling point of Nobelium in Kelvin is unknown.

What is the Melting Point of Nobelium?

Nobelium melting point is unknown. Melting point of Nobelium in Kelvin is 1100 K.

What is the State of Nobelium at Standard Temperature and Pressure (STP)?

State of Nobelium is Solid at standard temperature and pressure at 0℃ and one atmosphere pressure.

When was Nobelium Discovered?

Nobelium was discovered in 1958.