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What is the Boiling Point of Arsenic?
The Boiling Point of Arsenic is 613°C
What is the Melting Point of Arsenic?
The Melting Point of Arsenic is 817°C
What is the Ionic Radius of Arsenic?
The Ionic Radius of Arsenic is .58 (+3) Å
Who discovered Arsenic?
Arsenic was discovered by Known to the ancients & Albertus Magnus.
What period is Arsenic located?
Arsenic is in the Period 4.
What block is Arsenic located?
Arsenic is located in the P Block block.
What does the name Arsenic come from?
Greek: arsenikon; Latin: arsenicum, (both names for yellow pigment).
What is the electronegativity of Arsenic?
Arsenic has an electronegativity of 2.18.
What are the orbitals of Arsenic?
The orbitals of Arsenic are [Ar] 3d10 4s2 4p3.
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