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What is the Boiling Point of Curium?
The Boiling Point of Curium is 3110°F
What is the Melting Point of Curium?
The Melting Point of Curium is 1340°F
What is the Ionic Radius of Curium?
The Ionic Radius of Curium is --
Who discovered Curium?
Curium was discovered by G.T.Seaborg, R.A.James, A.Ghiorso.
What period is Curium located?
Curium is in the Period 7.
What block is Curium located?
Curium is located in the F Block block.
What does the name Curium come from?
Named in honor of Pierre and Marie Curie.
What is the electronegativity of Curium?
Curium has an electronegativity of 1.28.
What are the orbitals of Curium?
The orbitals of Curium are [Rn] 5f7 6d1 7s2.
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