Tennessine element (Ts) is in group 17 and period 7 of a periodic table. Tennessine is in the p-block and it is classified as a radioactive synthetic element on the periodic table.
There is a lot more information related to tennessine which is mentioned in the Information Table given below.
So let’s dive right into it!
Table of contents
- Tennessine element (Information Table)
- Tennessine element in Periodic table
- Facts about Tennessine
- Properties of Tennessine
- Uses of Tennessine
Tennessine Element (Information Table)
The important data related to tennessine element is given in the table below.
|Atomic number of tennessine||117|
|Symbol of tennessine||Ts|
|Atomic mass of tennessine (most stable isotope)||294 u|
|Protons in tennessine||117|
|Electrons in tennessine||117|
|State of tennessine (at STP)||Solid (predicted)|
|Group number of tennessine in periodic table||17|
|Period number of tennessine in periodic table||7|
|Block of tennessine in periodic table||p-block|
|Category of tennessine||Synthetic element|
|Bohr model or Electrons per shell or Electrons arrangement in tennessine||2, 8, 18, 32, 32, 18, 7|
|Electron configuration of tennessine||[Rn] 5f14 6d10 7s2 7p5|
|Orbital diagram of tennessine|
|Density of tennessine (predicted)||7.1-7.3 g/cm3|
|Main isotope of tennessine||294Ts|
Also see: Interactive Periodic Table (It has rotating bohr models as well as many other details of all the 118 elements in a single periodic table).
Tennessine element in Periodic table
The Tennessine element (Ts) has the atomic number 117 and is located in group 17 and period 7.
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Facts about tennessine
Here are a few interesting facts about the tennessine element.
- The name Tennessine came from the name of the state “Tennessee”, which is in the southeast of US.
- Tennessine is not available naturally and it is artificially made in the lab.
- All the known isotopes of tennessine are radioactive in nature.
- 294Ts is the longest lived isotope and it has a half life of only 51 milliseconds.
Properties of tennessine
Here is a list of some physical properties and chemical properties of tennessine.
- Tennessine is a radioactive element and has a very short half life.
- Tennessine is predicted to have a solid phase at room temperature.
- The estimated density of tennessine is 7.1-7.3 g/cm3 and its most stable isotope has an atomic mass 294 amu.
- The common predicted oxidation states of tennessine are +1 and +3.
Uses of tennessine
Tennessine has no commercial uses due to its scarcity and highly radioactive nature. It is generally used for research work.
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