Oxidation Number of Curium

Curium is a radioactive element with atomic number as 96. It is a hard and dense metal. Curium ions that are present in solution will have a common oxidation number of +3. In some solid phases, it is said to have an oxidation number of +4 and it was said that +6 occurs once in a solution. These ions are lewis acids.

Curium is a radioactive element with atomic number as 96. It is a hard and dense metal. Curium ions that are present in solution will have a common oxidation number of +3. In some solid phases, it is said to have an oxidation number of +4 and it was said that +6 occurs once in a solution. These ions are lewis acids.


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