CmZ =  96

Named after French "Marie and Pierre Curie"
(AM) Atomic Mass 247  amu    Oxidation States +3
   (BP) Boiling Point n/a    (MP) Melting Point 1340  °C
   (ρ) Density n/a    Crystal Structure Hexagonal
   ( χ ) Electronegativity n/a    (AR) Atomic Radius n/a
   Physical State Solid (C) Heat Capacity n/a
Electronic-Config [Rn]  5f7  6d1  7s2     (I1) First Ionization E 580.84  kJ/mol
   (ΔHvap) Heat of Vaporization n/a     (ΔHfus) Heat of Fusion n/a
   Year of Discovery 1944    Location of Discovery Argon Nat. Lab
(E°) Standard Potential Cm3+⇔ Cm (-2.040 V)
Stable isotopes None. All isotopes are man-made and radioactive
Discovered/Synthesized by Glenn T. Seaborg, Ralph A. James, Albert Ghiorso
Natural Source Not found in nature, man-made, synthetic
Common Uses Scientific instruments, mineral analyzers
Other Info Highly radioactive and it glows red in the dark
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