What are the known diatomic molecules?
There are seven diatomic elements: hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine, chlorine, iodine, bromine. These elements can exist in pure form in other arrangements. For example, oxygen can exist as the triatomic molecule, ozone.
What are the 8 diatomic molecules?
What is meant by diatomic molecule?
Where are diatomic molecules?
Is neon a diatomic molecule?
The noble gases, such as helium and neon, rarely form molecules at all; they are monatomic.
Why are some molecules diatomic?
What is the diatomic 7?
How are diatomic molecules named?
What is diatomic and monatomic?
What element is in Group 4 Period 5?
What is a diatomic liquid?
What element is a diatom?
What element is in Group 6 Period 3?
Group 6A — The Chalcogens.
What element is in group 13 Period 2?
What are Group 3 elements called?
What is Group 7 called?
What group is CA?
|Group||2||842°C, 1548°F, 1115 K|
|Period||4||1484°C, 2703°F, 1757 K|
|State at 20°C||Solid||40Ca|
What is Group 8 called?
What period is RB in?
|Group||1||39.30°C, 102.74°F, 312.45 K|
|Period||5||688°C, 1270°F, 961 K|
|State at 20°C||Solid||85Rb, 87Rb|