Asked in Isotopes
Are there any isotopes for the element thallium?
December 26, 2011 6:39PM
im not sure. i am studing the elements @ skool but mine is silver. it is really easy to find if u search it on google. Sorry.
Thallium has 25 isotopes (2 stable and 23 radioactive); see the list below at the link.
Asked in Noble Gases
What would happen if thallium and helium were combined?
Do isotopes exist independently to form an element or do all the isotopes when combined constitute an element?
Asked in Metal and Alloys
What is the chemical formula for thallium?
Thallium is an element on the periodic table. It's atomic number is 81. Because it is an element, I don't understand what you mean by "its formula". The symbol for Thallium is Tl, so the formula would be Tl... If you want the formula for a compound with thallium, that's a different story. It is not a diatomic element, if that's what you meant. For more information on thallium, go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thallium
Asked in Chemistry
Isotopes of any element have a different number of?
As the number of the isotopes of an element increases the number of protons?
Asked in Chemistry, Atoms and Atomic Structure
What element has 81 protons in nucleus of its atom?
What do isotopes have to do with atomic mass of an element?