97 Berkelium (Bk)

                                                                                                          

What is the symbol for Berkelium?

The symbol of Berkelium is Bk.

When was Berkelium discovered?

It was discovered in the year 1949.

What is the atomic number of Berkelium?

The atomic number of Berkelium is 97.

What is the atomic mass of Berkelium?

The atomic mass of Berkelium is 247 u.

What is the melting point of Berkelium?

The melting point of Berkelium is 1050 °C.

What is the boiling point of Berkelium?

The boiling point of Berkelium is unknown.

What is the atomic weight of Berkelium?

The atomic weight of Berkelium is 247.

What is the classification of Berkelium?

The classification of Berkelium is metallic.

How was Berkelium formed?

It was man-made.

What is Berkelium named after?

It is named after Berkeley, California. Berkeley, California is where the University of California, Berkeley is. Berkeley is in San Francisco and was founded on April 4, 1878.

Who discovered Berkelium?

It was discovered by Glenn T. Seaborg. He was born on April 12, 1912 in Ishpeming, Michigan. He died on February 25, 1999 in Lafayette, California. Here is the link if you want to know more about Glenn T. Seaborg.

What is the density of Berkelium?

The density of Berkelium is unknown.

What is the color of Berkelium?

The color of Berkelium is silvery-white.

What is the number of protons/electrons in Berkelium?

The number of protons/electrons in Berkelium is 97.

What is the number of neutrons in Berkelium?

The number of neutrons in Berkelium is 150.

What is the purity of Berkelium?

The purity of Berkelium is 0 percent (0%).

What is the size of Berkelium?

The size of Berkelium is 6 inches (6”)

What is the electron configuration of Berkelium?

The electron configuration of Berkelium is Rn 5f9 7s2.

What is the element of Berkelium?

The element of Berkelium is a chemical element.

Where was Berkelium discovered?

It was discovered in the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California.

What state of matter is Berkelium?

It is a solid at room temperature.