by: Scott Brewster(Darth Ginger)
For Your Information
3 properties- It is a solid. It has a boiling point of 3820°C, or 4093°K. It has a melting point of 1768°C, or 2041°K.
Uses- An alloy of platinum along with cobalt is used to make strong permanent magnets. It is also used in jewelry, decoration, and dental work. It's also used for electrical contacts, fine resistance wires and medical/laboratory instruments.
3 compounds with this element in them- Platinum(IV) Hydroxide(Pt(OH)4), Platinum(II) Fluoride(PtF2), and Platinum(IV) Sulfate(Pt(SO4)2).
Periodic Table Information
Particles- 78 electrons, 78 protons, and 117 neutrons(In the most abundant isotope)
Nuclide notation-156/78 Pt
Hyphen notation- Platinum-117
Pt2 + O
Mole Ratio: 2(Platinum):1(Oxygen)
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