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Palladium

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Justin Jo

on 26 March 2010

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Palladium Pd 46 Palladium 106.42 Pd 46 106.42 amu 46 Protons Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Proton Electron Electron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Neutron Electron Electron 1S 2S 3S Electron Electron 4S Electron Eletron 5S Electron Electron 60 Neutrons 3P 2P 4P 5P 3D 4D Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Electron Pd 106 Chemical Symbol atomic number atomic weight There are six, naturally occuring isotopes of palladium that are stable 102 104 105 106 108 110 Pd Pd Pd Pd Pd Pd Bibliography http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paladium http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isotopes_of_palladium http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/23/Palladium.jpg Palladium: is a silvery white
has the lowest melting point and least density of the platinum group metals
disolves in sulfuric, nitric, and hydrochloride acid
does not tarnish in air, but will lightly do so in an atmosphere containing sulfur
has the ability to absorb up to 900 times its volume in hydrogen at room temperature Uses Art
Palladium leaf is used in manuscript illumination as an alternative to silver
Technology
Palladium can form a compound with chlorine that can absorb large amounts of carbon monoxide that is used in carbon monoxide detectors
Catalysis
Jewelry J u s t i n 3 0 8
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