Its melting point is about 39˚c. its atomic number, with a density of 1533 kg.m. Potassium K with an atomic number of 19, also occurring as a solid at room temperature is so reactive that it will even react and burn a hole through ice Ceicium The wil... ... middle of paper ... ...readily combine with other ligands to form stable complexes. These elements are all unstable and very reactive due to atomic numbers above 83. Thorium and Uranium are the only actinides which occur naturally in the earth's crust.T Thorium With atomic number of 90, Th has a melting temperature of 1750˚C and a density of 11725 kg/m ᵌ.
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But high amount of energy and necessary process control over oxygen and H2S ratio makes Claus process uneconomical. H2S-laden gas can be utilized well by absorbing into aqueous alkanolamine and then using this reagent to produce organo-sulfur compounds like thioether, mercaptans, disulfides etc., which have higher usability and better market value. The overall objective of this project is to study of synthesis of aromatic disulfide using H2S rich aq. alkanolamine and Benzyl Chloride in presence of phase transfer catalyst. Hydrogen sulfide is a colorless gas with an obnoxious rotten egg odour.
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Instead, they are widely distributed in rock structures. The metals of Group 2 are harder and denser than sodium and potassium, and have higher melting points. The chemical properties of Group 2 elements are dominated by the strong reducing power of the metals. The elements become increasingly electropositive on descending the Group. The last element in Group 2, Radium, is not yet definite in terms of melting points or density due to its very strong radioactivity emission.