Properties of magnesium include its atomic number of 12, atomic mass of 24.30 grams per mole and a density of 1.74 grams per cubic centimeter. It has a boiling point of 1,994 degrees Fahrenheit and a melting point of 1,2... More »

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As a solid, magnesium has a gray, silvery-white hue. Magnesium is an alkali earth metal that was discovered in 1855 by the Scottish chemist Joseph Black. He was able to differentiate from calcium, an element that exhibit... More »

Magnesium has two valence electrons. Valence electrons determine the chemical properties of an atom. The periodic table of elements is used to find the number of valence electrons in an element. More »

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The molar mass of magnesium is 24.305 grams per mole. This means that, given a sample of magnesium where the number of atoms in the sample is equivalent to Avogadro's constant, the mass of the sample is exactly 24.305 gr... More »

Some properties of sodium fluoride include its molar mass of 41.98 grams per mole, density of 2.55 grams per cubic centimeter, melting point of 1,819 degrees Fahrenheit and boiling point of 3,099 degrees Fahrenheit. Phys... More »

Nickel is a solid metal element at room temperature and has a density of 8.912 grams per cubic centimeter. It is also a hard metal and has good corrosion resistance, which is why it is alloyed with other metals to improv... More »

The density of copper is 8.96 grams per cubic centimeter. Copper is a metal element that has the atomic number of 29 and the atomic weight 63.546 grams per mole. Copper belongs in group 11 on the periodic table. More »