Gadolinium is a chemical element with the symbol Gd and atomic number 64. ... Gadolinium Below Its Curie Point Of 20 °C (68 °F) Is Ferromagnetic, With An Attraction To A Magnetic Field Higher Than That Of Nickel. Above This Temperature It Is The Most Paramagnetic Element. It Is Found In Nature Only In An Oxidized Form With A Melting Point Of 1,313 °C Or 2395.4 °F And The Configuration Of Electrons per shell: 2,8,18,25,9,2 A Atomic radius Of
180 PM And A Atomic Mass Of 157.25 Dalton's And A Electron Configuration Of [Xe] 4f75d16s2
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IndigoSorioty (talk) 06:31, November 27, 2020 (UTC)IndigoSorioty
I am adding multiple functional groups as pages. I have also created a template for them. -completed
A pre-RNA world Genetic_code with only a single (but reversible)
nucleotide (or rather nucleobase) which also happens to be an amino
Specifically 3-Aminobenzoic_acid (image below is the Zwitterion form)
In the zwitterion form the acid (COOH) has donated a proton to the base (NH2)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PAH_world_hypothesisPolycyclic_aromatic_hydrocarbons are the most common and abundant of the known polyatomic molecules in the visible universe, and are considered a likely constituent of the primordial sea. PAHs , along with fullerenes (or "buckyballs"), have been recently detected in nebulae.
PAHs are not normally very soluble in sea water, but when subject to ionizing radiation such as solar UV light, the outer hydrogen atoms…
- Vertical axis = n + ℓ
- Background color indicates how far the crystal structure is
from close packed. In other words, how distorted the lattice is.
- Atomic radius is calculated from the Atomic volume.
- Atomic volume is calculated by dividing the Atomic mass by the Density and multiplying by the Atomic packing factor.
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