Physics 30 June 2000 Diploma Exam

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Unformatted text preview: 83.85 74 Re rhenium 186.21 75 molybdenum technetium 95.94 Mo 43 manganese chromium 42 54.94 52.00 Ru Os osmium 190.20 76 ruthenium 101.07 44 iron 55.85 iridium 192.22 77 rhodium Ir Rh 102.91 45 cobalt 58.93 (262.11) unnilpentium 90 89 (232.04) thorium (277.03) actinium Th cerium lanthanum Ac 140.12 138.91 Ce 57 La 58 unnilquadium (266.11) Pr unniloctium Pa 144.24 238.03 92 U Np neptunium (237.05) 93 promethium (144.91) Pm 61 Nd 60 protactinium uranium (231.04) 91 (265) unnilseptium (262.12) praseodymium neodymium 140.91 59 unnilhexium (263.12) Sm Pu plutonium (244.06) 94 samarium 150.35 62 unnilennium (266) 104 Unq 105 Unp 106 Unh 107 Uns 108 Uno 109 Une hafnium 178.49 72 zirconium 91.22 40 titanium 47.90 Co Ni Pd Pt Ag Au 64 gold Gd 196.97 79 silver 107.87 47 157.25 Eu Cu copper 63.55 29 americium (243.06) Am Cm curium (247.07) 96 europium 95 gadolinium 151.96 63 platinum 195.09 78 palladium 106.40 46 nickel 58.71 28 lithium 6.94 Cd Zn Hg Tb Bk berkelium (247.07) 97 terbium 158.93 65 mercury 200.59 80 cadmium 112.41 48 zinc 65.38 30 2 Based on 16 C ( ) Indicates mass of the most stable isotope Name Atomic molar mass Al Tl Dy Cf californium (242.06) 98 dysprosium 162.50 66 thallium 204.37 81 indium 114.82 49 gallium In Ga 69.72 31 aluminum 26.98 13 boron 10.81 15 P 30.97 Si nitrogen 14.01 Sn Pb Ho Es einsteinium (252.08) 99 holmium 164.93 67 lead 207.19 82 tin 118.69 50 germanium 72.59 Ge As Sb Bi Er Se S Te Po Tm thulium 168.93 69 polonium (208.98) 84 tellurium 127.60 52 selenium 78.96 34 sulphur 32.06 16 oxygen 16.00 Cl At Yb ytterbium 173.04 70 astatine (209.98) 85 iodine 126.90 53 I Br bromine 79.90 35 chlorine 35.45 17 fluorine 19.00 fermium (257.10) (258.10) (259.10) mendelevium nobelium Kr Ar Ne Xe Rn Lu lawrencium (260.11) Lr lutetium 174.97 71 radon (222.02) 86 xenon 131.30 54 krypton 83.80 36 argon 39.95 18 neon 20.17 100Fm 101Md 102 No 103 erbium 167.26 68 bismuth 208.98 83 antimony 121.75 51 arsenic 74.92 33 silicon 32 phosphorus 28.09 14 carbon 12.01 10 helium Be 5 VB 4.00 4 4 IVB hydrogen H 3 IIIB...
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