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Element Project: Silicon

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Transcript of Element Project: Silicon

Willow Pomponio It's Elemental The Atomic's Atomic Number: 14
Atomic Symbol: Si
Atomic Mass: 28.0855 amu
Atomic Volume: 12.1 cm 3/mol Silicon Facts Meltinng Point: 1410.0 (1683.15 k, 270.0 °F)
Boiling Point: 2355.0 °C (2628.15 K, 4271.0 °F)
Density of Element: Density @ 293 K: 2.329 g/cm3 Silicon Facts Regular Grade Silicon (99%) Cost About: $0.50/g
Silicon 99.9% Pure Costs About: $50/lb
Hyperpure Silicon may costs as much as $100.00/oz Costs of Silicons Chemical Proberties Enery Of First Ionisation: 786.3 kJ.mol -1
Energy of second ionisation 1576.5 kJ.mol -1
Energy of third ionisation 3228.3 kJ.mol -1
Energy of fourth ionisation 4354.4 kJ.mol -1

Ionization: the condition of being dissociated
into ions Jons Jacob Berzelius Sources Books-
The Elements: Silicon by Jens Thomas

Websites-
http://www.chemicalelements.com/elements/si.html
http://www.chemicool.com/elements/silicon.html
http://www.lenntech.com/periodic/elements/si.htm Silicon Room Tempature: Solid
Group: Group 14
Family: Carbon
Classification: Metaloid Discovered Silicon
1823
Latin word for flint Isotopes There are twenty four isotopes of silicon.
Examples:
Silicon stable isotope number 1: 28Si
Neutrons: 14;
Abundance: 92.23%
Alien: highho (Hi)
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