What is the correct isotope notation for chromium 52?
What is the half-life of chromium 51?
Is chromium man made or natural?
Chromium can be found in soil, rocks and underground water. It is an important component of steel products, and is used in many industrial processes and products.
How is Chromium 51 produced?
Cr can be produced in a reactor using neutron activation. It decays by electron capture, with a radioactive half-life of 27.7 days. The principal gamma-photon emission occurs by electron capture at 320 keV, slightly above the optimum detection range of standard gamma counters.
Who discovered chromium 51?
Louis Nicolas Vauquelin
How many neutrons does CR 51 have?
19-20. To determine the number of neutrons you need to subtract the mass of the isotope from the number of protons .
|# of neutrons||48||51|
|# of electrons||46||46|
What is the structure of chromium 51?
Chromium Cr 51 edetate
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|Synonyms||Chromium Cr 51 edetate [USP] UNII-N3Y22O955Z 4 Chromium Cr 51 Edetate (USP) N3Y22O955Z More…|
|Molecular Weight||343. 19 g/mol|
What is the half-life of chromium 48?
How is cobalt 60 used?
Co-60 is used medically for radiation therapy as implants and as an external source of radiation exposure. It is used in industrial applications to level gauges, x-ray welding seams, and other structural elements that detect flaws. Co-60 also is used for food irradiation, a sterilization process.
How many protons electrons and neutrons are in CR?
Chromium atoms have 24 electrons and 24 protons with the most abundant isotope having 28 neutrons.